>> > Because the first hit there is:
>> > http://dan.langille.org/2011/04/02/getting-bacula-running-on-my-macbook/
>> > Does that help? That's what I did.
>> > I used MacPorts.
> hi dan,
> i re-did a google search on:
> bacula osx client
> you are on page 3 -- macbook is critical the keyword
If you don't want to mess around with macports, you can get Xcode from
the App store (free), then install the Command Line Tools and then just
do a normal ./configure --enable-client-only && make && sudo make
install. Worked for me on 10.7, at least, I haven't yet upgraded to 10.8.
This won't give you a .dpkg, however. I haven't done much trying to
update Lorenz Schori's Makefile in platforms/osx which does, but I think
that last worked only up to 10.6.