How to Get a Mac OS X Server Up and Running on a Dell System Development Team

I’m one of the lucky ones who got to work on a Mac system development team.

The team at Dell managed to get a working system up and running on a MacBook Pro, and it’s great to be working on a system development project that gets your hands dirty with the newest versions of OS X and macOS.

But when I first got to the project, I wasn’t prepared for how much time and effort it would take to get things working, let alone get the server up and up and working.

I was able to get to grips with how to setup my own server for a couple of weeks, but I was never sure how I would use it.

In fact, it was only a matter of time before I started having to re-setup things.

So, let’s dive in. 1.

Setting up a Server for a Mac System Development Project