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xUKHCx

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Jan 15, 2006
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Still not showing up in SU for me. :confused:

I'm already on the other side of the update. Waiting for apple to release the list of what was actually at risk as it isn't appearing in the usual place, I assume that is the same as the first update but with some extra things fixed.
 
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Amdahl

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Jul 28, 2004
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This update won't show if you already have installed v1.0. v1.1 just means they have corrected some problems with installing the update, but if you already have it installed, you don't need to worry.
 
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xUKHCx

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Jan 15, 2006
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This update won't show if you already have installed v1.0. v1.1 just means they have corrected some problems with installing the update, but if you already have it installed, you don't need to worry.

I had previously installed 1.0 and it showed up in software update for me and it says

About Security Update 2008-002 v1.1 (Leopard) said:
Security Update 2008-002 is recommended for all users and improves the security of Mac OS X. Previous security updates have been incorporated into this security update.

Picture 1.png
 
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elpasi

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Mar 18, 2008
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Amdahl: I have already installed the 1.0 version and received the 1.1 update.

picture1vt8.png


As you can see from the image, I am in the process of downloading (albeit slowly) the 1.1 version and you can see my update logs behind showing the v1.0 installed.

I wish they'd release the description of what it's for at the same time as releasing the download (although being vague if major and exploitable)
 
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Cattywampus_

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Apr 19, 2006
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I have 1.0 installed and this aint showing up on SU for me either? Should I just manually download it?
 
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Security Update 2008-002 v1.1

https://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogodarkd.png

Apple posted a minor update to their 2008-002 Security update.
Security Update 2008-002 is recommended for all users and improves the security of Mac OS X. Previous security updates have been incorporated into this security update.
According to MacObserver the update "addresses reliability issues with the 'Printer Settings...' button in Aperture 2.0 on systems running Mac OS X v10.5.2. No applications other than Aperture 2.0 are affected".

Article Link
 
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elpasi

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Mar 18, 2008
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I just looked at my localhost and saw my PHP version has gone up to 5.2.5 - has it been at this for a while (I know PHP was 5.2.4 for leopard and in the v1 of the update they updated tigers php up the 4.4 series...) or is this another thing within the update?

X11, Preview, Podcast Capture and Help Viewer all appeared in my 'used today' at the very top after installing this update, too.

@ #9 (floptical) A 50mB update to fix one small thing? I would rather they either fixed EVERYONE'S (so that new Aperture installes dont get flawed by this (because they wont have the update), or gave it as an APERTURE update, not flagging it as a Security Update.
 
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overcast

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Jun 27, 2007
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I just looked at my localhost and saw my PHP version has gone up to 5.2.5 - has it been at this for a while (I know PHP was 5.2.4 for leopard and in the v1 of the update they updated tigers php up the 4.4 series...) or is this another thing within the update?

X11, Preview, Podcast Capture and Help Viewer all appeared in my 'used today' at the very top after installing this update, too.

@ #9 (floptical) A 50mB update to fix one small thing? I would rather they either fixed EVERYONE'S (so that new Aperture installes dont get flawed by this (because they wont have the update), or gave it as an APERTURE update, not flagging it as a Security Update.
Yeh , might as well install updates for the things we don't have. Makes total logical sense.
 
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hob

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Oct 4, 2003
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It shows up in my list, but won't install. Not even in the terminal. Just gets stuck at 0%
 
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liquidous

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May 10, 2008
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mine stuck at 0% too

It shows up in my list, but won't install. Not even in the terminal. Just gets stuck at 0%

mine is stuck at 0% too. my SU listed a bunch of updates i applied them all, all succeeded except the security update. this is brand new mbp 1 day ago.

the update shows in the list, but when i click to restart and the system goes to apply the update it stops after a few seconds. i can hear the hard drive going then it stops too. i have to force quit (command Q) it to get out of it and return back to OSX.

funny thing is in my update list i don't even see 1.0
 
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Eraserhead

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Nov 3, 2005
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You shouldn't see 1.0 this is the "better" version, I'd download it from Apple.com if I were you.
 
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liquidous

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May 10, 2008
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wow. 50meg download, and is gonna take up 139megs of space "on my computer" ???? :confused:


no wonder they keep increasing drive space, in 2 years a friggin sec update is going to be 2 gigs. :cool:

now to see if it fuggs up my already stable system.


good luck folks.
 
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liquidous

macrumors newbie
May 10, 2008
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so basically, if i don't have Aperture, i won't get this in software update?

i don't have aperture. and the SU tried to auto install it for me but failed. i downloaded from apple and all is fine now. time will tell
 
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