No, it happens to me as well. They should update SoftwareUpdate. Stupid.Originally posted by Tiauguinho
This is a good one... When you finish installing the update, run the software update again... the Update is there again! Is it just me?
With all the speculation on future releases, sometimes it's nice to be able to say that something new actually came out. So, I guess, yes, it would seem so.Originally posted by DavidRavenMoon
We get one every month... are we going to talk about it every month?
Originally posted by Dave Marsh
So, I'm confused. I've installed the security update, and clicking on these examples does startup Terminal. Was this security fix supposed to NOT startup Terminal?
hey i just clicked on reply and the lawyer switch ad just came on the tvOriginally posted by tychay
Luckily no user runs as super user so they couldn't wipe out your system, but I'd say the update is major enough to warrant a security fix.
Originally posted by beatle888
hey i just clicked on reply and the lawyer switch ad just came on the tv
Ok to the question...TYCHAY, i was wondering
if super user is the same as "Administrator".
My computer has me listed as administrator.
But i still need to give a password before installing. I always use my computer in this
user mode (me with administrator privileges).
Is this commen, or am I in a usermode that
I shouldnt be in? I still need to type in a password for installations so I think it's ok.
beatle888 long live john lennon.