OS X 10.5.2 Now Available

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    Link: OS X 10.5.2 Now Available
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    As an experimental feature, we've created a guide wiki page for people to document known problems fixed as well as ongoing bugs. Any member with 5 posts or more can edit this wiki:

    [embedguide]Mac_OS_X_10.5.2_Fixes%2C_Bugs_and_Problems[/embedguide]
     
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    Okay, I'll drink the kool-aid first. Back soon with a report...I hope.

    PS: 341MB and it is crawling. 8Mb DSL here and it estimates 5 hours to download and climbing.
     
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    :eek::eek::eek:

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    180 MB?

    Mines 340....

    Looks like MB people are getting more updates? Probably the wi-fi stuff.

    *still downloading*
     
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    indeed it is... lets see how the install goes.
    *crosses fingers*
     
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    OMG I gotta be dreaming! :D
    and ya.... here we go again...I hope it won't mess up anything...
     
  7. dacreativeguy
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    How much you wanna bet upgraded MacBook Pros are released tomorrow?
     
  8. thecritix
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    at bloody last

    about time too.

    it better be good
     
  9. ZacUSNYR
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    :D

    Awesome - now a new set of problems for people to complain about :)

    I'm installing once I get home!
     
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    i will have to download it in office and bring back to home to install it on my mini, internet speed at home is quite slow.

    anyway, is there 10.4.12 for my MB yet?
     
  11. tennisplaayer11
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    Hmmm....maybe this means we'll see the new MBP tomorrow (I hope!!!!!)
     
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    I am on an Intel Mac (Pre-SR MBP) and 10.5.2 is 341 MB as others have reported, not 180 MB as per the story.


    I am on a 6-10 Mb connection and I am rolling a hot 800 KB/s, i.e. 6.5 Mbps. 2 more minutes... :)
     
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    341mb for me - not the 180 listed in the main article.
     
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    Only 180MB on my mini. The same for my MBP too.
     

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    Almost hit "Install One Item" then realized that I better wait. I don't want to be a beta tester. I'll give it a few hours and see what others have to say and I'll go from there. ;)
     
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    I can only hope this fixes the incompatabilities I'm having with InDesign CS2 & 10.5.1. Lord knows it's been a rough month or so with this one.
    <edit> added the explaination on the 180MB/341MB difference.</edit>

    <edit 2> YAY! Looks like my issue has been fixed!</edit 2>
     
  17. hhaeschen
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    Yiiiihaaah! However, my update is 341MB.

    :D:D:D
     
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    Hopefully this fixes the intermittent Wi-Fi dropouts my girlfriend is having with her mini.
     
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    Yes, it should be done when I get back from the gym.
     
  21. spaceharrier
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    Nah, it'll be G5 Powerbooks. This update is just to add Altivec optimizations in Core Image.
     
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    Excellent. Updating a couple right now. I'll check back in and see if Active Directory works.
     
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    I hope this doesn't kill my macbook. I also hope it fixes my airport disk problems.
     
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    On a Monday??

    Wow, perhaps this is a week of miracles and I should cross my fingers for a new xMac tomorrow? Nah, just joking. Who am I kidding anyway, right?
     

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