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I've been following Snow Leopard's progress and I'd kind of like it on my machine, but at the moment, methods of installation and subsequent problems look rather risky/messy. Particularly when it comes to 64-bit kernels.

So my question is, given that I'm largely looking at Snow Leopard for its improvements in stability, would it be sensible to wait for a few months in case someone, say, comes up with one of those all-in-one Kalyway-type solutions for Snow Leopard? Is it likely to happen?

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I've been following Snow Leopard's progress and I'd kind of like it on my machine, but at the moment, methods of installation and subsequent problems look rather risky/messy. Particularly when it comes to 64-bit kernels.

So my question is, given that I'm largely looking at Snow Leopard for its improvements in stability, would it be sensible to wait for a few months in case someone, say, comes up with one of those all-in-one Kalyway-type solutions for Snow Leopard? Is it likely to happen?

Thanks.


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