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3-19-08
New Software update. Is it safe for the hackinit0sh?

This update is recommended for all users and includes compatibility improvements for using Time Machine with Time Capsule, as well as AirPort driver fixes.

3-18-08
http://docs.info.app...l?artnum=307562
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.
http://docs.info.app...ml?artnum=61798

Does this SU work with the hackint0sh ?

I figure I would create a new Thread since people would like to know if a new Software Update Apple released would screw up your system.

So please post here if new software updates works for you!

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Its save!
I have just updated my Kalyway 10.5.2 without any Problems.

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Thanks!..

I think with every new Software update Apple releases we should post here and if it works ok!

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Installing this on Zepo. AMD:
AirPort Utility 5.3.1
Safari 3.1
Security Update 2008-002

May God be with me, if i dont edit this post within 15 min then they broke something.

EDIT: Worked fine on Zephyroth rev1

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Just updated both Safari 3.1 and the security update.
Went without any problems.

I'm running a 10.5.0 installed from flat image, and updated to 10.5.2 using Kalyway's ComboUpdate (no Vanilla kernel or EFI though...).
My hardware is an Intel Core2Duo running on ASUS P5W DH Deluxe motherboard, with 2GB RAM and running my hackint0sh on a seperate HDD.

Good luck to you all! :cards:

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No problem at all after Safari 3.1 and Security 2008-2 update.
Check my signature to know which hardware and software I use. And if you have a machine like mine, you can get the goodies without any fears.

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Yep - it's all good. These are some of the things it updates:

Posted Image

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Took about 3 minutes for it to finished installation, and everything worked flawlessly.

System Specs:

Manufacturer: HP
Motherboard: Gigabyte something
Processor: Intel Celeron 3.0 Ghz
RAM / Hard Drive: 1GB RAM / 100GB HD
Operating System: Mac OS X Leopard 10.5.2 (Leo4All Distro)

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For those who would like to know how tiger goes with the update
XxX 10.4.11 vanilla + EFI
Updated SU 2008 - 02 with no problem

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Kalyway 10.5.2 + EFI
Update Safari + SU 2008 No problem.

First boot after update had serious problem, but after reboot again, nothing is wrong, now I tested for at least 10 times. Working great, still wondering why its first boot had problem.

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It fixes the issue with parallels that you could not assign more than 1024 mb of virtual memory to the vm!

i am running it with 2gig now - i am so happy!!!

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Hi

The safari 3.1 and software update 2008 work fine here.
Now seems all my system have a better benhaviour. :D
See my specs below.

Cheers

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What app is that in Sabr's screenshot?

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Anyone tried the Time Machine and AirPort update?

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Anyone tried the Time Machine and AirPort update?


NEVER make an update without looking in the .pkg with pacifist !!!

That update (Timemachine 19.3.08) is NOT for us !
There is an new mach_kernel + system.kext installed (pacifist shows that!) which would crash 100% most hackintoshs (perhaps vanilla hackinstoshs may work).

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Anyone tried the Time Machine and AirPort update?

It broke my install. I can replace the kernel, but I don't know what I'm going to do about system.kext :hysterical:

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nyone else test it?

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it works on hackintosh that can run vanilla kernel (it has a new 9.2.2 kernel and updates OSX build version).

But won't work on hackintosh that needs hacked kernel of course !

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The Time Machine update has a new kernel in it. Be careful if you aren't running vanilla.

Otherwise, works fine.





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