Hi all, I'm coming here for help. I know it's my fault. I bought a 2011 Macbook Air just because of the great hardware and the (relatively) low price tag. I just wanted to get Linux running and be done. But I should have known this was Apple, and Apple means trouble. One week later, I'm stuck with crappy video drivers, a worse-than-nothing touchpad and a keyboard map that can't be fixed without breaking something else. In addition, because I went for the latest drivers, I chose Ubuntu 11.10 beta, and now every day, another vital part of the system breaks apart. So I figured, I might as well try to use MacOS X Lion. They say it's Unix... and apart from the Wifi that keeps disconnecting and no accents on my Dvorak keymap, it's running fine. I just have to re-learn 10 years worth of shortcuts... Now, if only I could get basic software onto my MacOS. You know, OpenOffice.org, GnuPG, Thunderbird, wget, Gimp, a torrent client, OGG player, Anki, rsync, and the 1000 others one can't live without. But Macports has a dependency list long like my complains list, and Fink binaries seem to have stopped at 10.4. And installing every software package by hand is not an option for someone who has been using a Debian package manager for the last 10 years. Is it true that there's no software on MacOS, and that you have to purchase every package one by one from Mac Store and install them manually? Please, someone, give me hope! Where do I find software for MacOS Lion?