OS X 10.4.1 Now Available

NATO

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Mac OS X 10.4.1 Released

Mac OS X 10.4.1 has been released through Software Update, bringing a number of improvements for many components within the OS. The Download is 37.7MB.

The 10.4.1 Update delivers overall improved reliability for Mac OS X v10.4 and is recommended for all users. It includes improvements for:

file sharing using AFP and SMB/CIFS network file services
using DHCP in wireless networks
user login when accessing LDAP and Active Directory servers
core graphics including updated ATI and NVIDIA graphics drivers
synchronization with .Mac
Address Book, iCal, Font Book, Mail, and Preview applications
Dashboard widgets: Address Book, Flight Tracker, Phone Book, and World Clock
creating and burning disk images using Disk Utility
compatibility with third party applications and devices

For detailed information on this Update, please visit this website: http://www.info.apple.com/kbnum/n301517
 

mduser63

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I'm disappointed that they didn't say anything about updating the iTunes Controller Widget. It barely works. Also don't see any mention of fixing the bug in iPhoto where pictures get "enhanced" when you click done after performing edits. Oh well, maybe in 10.4.2.
 

daveL

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mduser63 said:
I'm disappointed that they didn't say anything about updating the iTunes Controller Widget. It barely works. Also don't see any mention of fixing the bug in iPhoto where pictures get "enhanced" when you click done after performing edits. Oh well, maybe in 10.4.2.
They never list every single change made in an update. You'll have to try the update to see if it fixes a particular problem. A bug you see in a specific app may well be fixed in some library or framework that a number of apps use, i.e. it's not necessarily a bug in the, per se.
 

Freg3000

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So no fix for the iTunes widget, but for 4 others? Hmmmm...the iTunes widget is flakey.

Updating now. See you on the other side. :)
 

Analog Kid

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Been waiting for this...

Interesting that there's no mention of the Weather widget-- crashiest widget I have...
 

feakbeak

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I've installed it. Only thing of note so far is that it disable the httpmail plug-in - probably because 1.43 broke Mail. However, I had 1.44 that works fine with Tiger/Mail 2 and it still got disabled. After re-installing it everything worked fine though.
 

myamid

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All is good

Installed it on my PM G5 and G3 iBook and everything seems to have gone smoothly... first boot was a little slow, but I guess that's to be expected.
 

jmsait19

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downloaded. installed. restarted.

all is well on the home front.

all you babies can go buy your tiger now that 10.4.1 is out!
 

Mitthrawnuruodo

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Hmm... nothing about Safari upgrades.

My Safari 2.0 has crashed on me a couple of times, each time when I've closed a tab (either with cmd-W or the X-button). I was kind of hoping this would be fixed...

Edit: That should be no mention of Safari before entering the about page. Safari is mentioned, but not "my" problem... :(