I’ve upgraded a couple few different machines now from 10.4 to 10.5, Leopard, and have noticed something: With an in-place upgrade, Leopard hates when your hard drive is named something other than ‘Macintosh HD.’ The problem that manifests is after successfully installing Leopard you’re not able to log in; credentials are accepted but a blue [...]
(Old news now, I know…) On Monday Apple released the next update for Leopard, 10.5.6. If coming from 10.5.5, the update is a meaty 169MB; if coming from any other 10.5.x release, you’ve got a 670MB (!) combined update to download. The update improves Time Machine, Adobe CS3 printing, improved graphics, and a lot more. [...]
Overdue post… I’ve been using 10.5 since it came out in November. In that time there have been 2 major (10.5.x) updates and handfuls of software, firmware, and security updates, all of which have steadied the ship (sorry to mix metaphors). Some have criticized, some are still complaining. But guess what? *ding!* It’s ready. Serve [...]
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