Setting up Pajek on OS X Intel Mac ONLY! Running Pajek on OS X is just a matter of minutes if you were using a new mac built on Intel base. All you need is a working instance of Darwine – Mac flavoured Wine. You can get it from the official source at http://darwine.sourceforge.net/ - but this way you will still need to compile the freetype fonts and dig into the command line. The other option is to download the pre-packaged version from http://www.kronenberg.org/darwine/ - to install it just drag and drop it to the Applications folder. No configuration is needed, just download Pajek (http://pajek.imfm.si/doku.php?id=download) and double click the pajek.exe – a set of windows should appear: just click yourself through the “yes | yes | OK” sequence, to get to the installation window and click “Start” And now for the tricky part – where to install it? Well basically there are a few options – one is the default c:/ but this one is stored inside a hidden .wine folder in your home. In case you go with this option, you can make a simlink by entering next command into Terminal: $ ln - s . wine/drive_c/pajek/Pajek/PAJEK.EXE pajek.exe – and then move the link/alias from your home to where ever you would like to – e.g. In your Applications folder. The other option is to pick another installation folder – but it is best to pick one, where you have write permissions and which is visible from finder – e.g. Applications folder or your Home folder. Picture on the left shows result of the first method and picture on the right depicts result of the second method – and either way you should get a running instance of Pajek on OS X.