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Security Update 2009-001

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Two new Apple updates are available via "Software Update". The first one being Security Update 2009-001 and the second one the Java for Mac OS X 10.5, Update 3, which Apple says addresses compatibility and security issues with Java Web Start and Java Applets.

 

More information about security updates, like the "Java for Mac OS X 10.4, Release 8" and the Safari update for Microsoft Windows users, can be found here.

Warning: "A number of users have reported that system startup fails after installation of Security Update 2009-001. Reader reports include...". Source macfixit.com

 

Note: I installed the updates on all our Mac's, including one Hackintosh - no problem whatsoever.

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Working fine here, computer started normally. It is safe for hackintosh, I did not found any issue. :censored2:

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its fine here too

im on AMD 5200 with iDeneb 10.5.5 updated to 10.5.6 and the security update

Good luck for all of you

if ideneb can update successfully, i cant see problem with "retail dvd" installation

definitely goin' to update

thanks

 

It is definitely OSX86-safe.

yeahh, hopefully :wacko:

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Warning: "A number of users have reported that system startup fails after installation of Security Update 2009-001. Reader reports include...". Source macfixit.com

 

This is funny as hell, real Macintosh computers are having issues with this update but it does not affect current 10.5.6 hackintosh users :P

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How many threads like this ? :P

 

 

ok , like i keep saying it was totally fine for me on my HP 6000 with OSx10.5.6 on vanilla running nvdarwin for nvidia 7400gs.

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@Master Chief

nothing against you man, check my last 3-5 replies, i am sure all duplicate threads.

No problem, I just thought that I missed something - I searched but couldn't find anything about these updates, so I just went ahead and started this thread. Maybe it is better to have them merged somehow.

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Installed these updates on my MSI Wind running OSX 10.5.6 (via upgraded MSIwindosx86) with Voodoo Kernel. Noticed a problem, when I close the lid to put the laptop to sleep it now takes about a minute, while before it was instant. I tried repairing permissions and reinstalling video drivers but hasn't worked.

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Installed these updates on my MSI Wind running OSX 10.5.6 (via upgraded MSIwindosx86) with Voodoo Kernel. Noticed a problem, when I close the lid to put the laptop to sleep it now takes about a minute, while before it was instant. I tried repairing permissions and reinstalling video drivers but hasn't worked.

 

Why are you using Voodoo kernel? I did not need voodoo kernel on my U100 (wind) , it runs fantastically on vanilla kernel itself .

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