So I'm wondering, does anybody know of PPSSPP builds that run on an i386 OS X 10.6[.8] machine, or instructions for how to build it while on a 10.6[.8] machine? Yeah, you have to make a few tweaks to get it to compile on 10.6. I also found the relevant line in CMake and deleted the bolded part.Compilation seems to be more complicated than usual on the 10.6. Interestingly, there's one comment from vit9696 saying OS X 10.6 builds are possible, but the forum topic link it points to is no longer valid.
The IP 500 used to support H.323, but Polycom has discontinued H.323 support on their phones.When BR2_ENABLE_LOCALE was disabled, NLS support was forced off by passing --disable-nls to packages.- after this revamp, a new BR2_SYSTEM_ENABLE_NLS option controls whether NLS support should be enabled or not in packages.Your questions are very short and iterate through multiple technologies with no indication that you're doing any research or trying to figure any of this out yourself. You're certainly not forced to push questions in comments.As others already stated, BIOS is the specific name for the (motherboard) firmware in older PCs.It can be considered an operating system depending if the firmware meets the definition of a operating system.