I'm attempting to install Compressor on an Intel XServe, but have hit a snag. I have installed Compressor successfully on the XServe from the Final Cut Studio disc image I have stored on the XServe. I am doing it remotely via ARD (not the package push, just controlling the desktop and installing that way), as our XServe is in a datacentre that I can't easily get access to. When I attempted to load up the Final Cut Studio installer, it gave me this message: I worked around it by removing "minsys.plist" from the package. Once I did that Compressor and Qmaster were installed fine. The problem is when I load up Compressor (controlling the XServe via Remote Desktop), this message pops up: I attempted to remove the minsys.plist file from the Compressor app, but with no luck. If I remove it, it halts (but doesn't crash) on the Compressor splash screen. If I edit minsys.plist with the variables for VRAM and Quartz Extreme to 0MB and NO respectivley, it also halts on the splash screen. Would anyone have any advice on how I should go about getting Compressor to launch? The XServe's specs are: - 2x 2.66GHz Dual Core Xeon - 4GB RAM - 3x 80GB SATA HDD - 64MB ATI Radeon X1300 PCI Express I am using OS X Server 10.4.10 and Final Cut Studio 2, with all the updates installed (Compressor 3.0.1 and the Pro App support updates).