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About RandomMarius

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  1. I just updated 10.7.2 on my macmini1,1 (Originally a Core Duo, upgraded with a Core 2 Duo 1.83GHz CPU), and all I had to do extra was to re-do Step 9 in the original guide: Step 9: After the installer has completed reboot your machine back into the 'LionInstaller' Your machine will refuse to boot into the Lion you've just installed because a file needs to be deleted before it'll work. Open terminal and then delete the following file "/Volumes/'name of your new lion partition'/System/Library/CoreServices/PlatformSupport.plist" I just did a "mv PlatformSupport.plist PlatformSupport.plist.orig" instead of a delete (rm)
  2. With regards to all those who have reported that the sparse bundle is automatically resized to fill the entire size of the NAS, I have found that adding a lock on all the Info.* files in the sparse bundle would prevent Time Machine from doing this. (Only on latest Snow Leopards) The problem is that I have two users using it... the first user starts using it and fills (almost) the entire drive and thus the second user uses only whatever is available and is thus limited to a smaller amount. If they started using time machine at the same point in time this does not matter, but this is not my case. I've found some useful information here, but it would be cool to have a definitive solution: http://anitechtalk.wordpress.com/2010/07/1...machine-dns323/