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10.5.6

post #1 of 18
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  • Boot times slower
  • Icon for iCal Events with Notes still not existent
  • Stupid separate trackpad category in System Preferences

Other than that, no noticeable differences. Why did I update, again?
post #2 of 18
you updated so you can't jailbreak you're iPhone.
post #3 of 18
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you updated so you can't jailbreak you're iPhone.
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This is about OSX. And I don't have an iPhone.
post #4 of 18
Because of the security updates and other general bugfixes?
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?

This is about OSX. And I don't have an iPhone.
yeah i know but one of the "fixes" was to make it so people can't jailbreak their iphones.
post #6 of 18
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Now some mouse issues (jittery pointer) and an iCal problem (similar problem existed in 10.5.4).

Why would apple rush out this piece of crap update?
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Now some mouse issues (jittery pointer) and an iCal problem (similar problem existed in 10.5.4).

Why would apple rush out this piece of crap update?
yay Apple! I waited just over a year to go Leopard, and i'm greeted with this. 10.5.5 seemed pretty solid, but i've now gotten two kernel panics since the update. i'd like to chalk it up to bad ram, but that seems too convenient
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hey Gunner, apparently there is a fix but im not 100% i think its you delete the update and run the combo update from the website, best to look into but im sure there is a fix also apple have suggested just do the update again,

hope your problems are solved
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hey Gunner, apparently there is a fix but im not 100% i think its you delete the update and run the combo update from the website, best to look into but im sure there is a fix also apple have suggested just do the update again,

hope your problems are solved
I did the 10.5.5 to 10.5.6 update specifically through the combo update. Are you saying I should delete the update I just did and run it again?

These problems I'm having are minor, but they shouldn't be happening in an "update."
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What type of problem with iCal?
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