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I installed the developer's preview of Leopard on my G4 Powerbook. It runs great, I just have one problem. My Apple applications do not have secure access to the internet. Safari cannot log into websites, Mail won't get my mail, and iTunes won't log in to the store. iTunes told me to run Keychain First Aid, and it said i was missing System/Library/Keychains/X509Anchors. I did a repair and it said I would need to reinstall the OS or get the file from a different system. I tried the file from my Tiger install and First Aid said everything was good, but the applications still didn't work right. Could somebody upload a copy of this file so I'm not stuck with Mozilla?

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Do you really think that people will fall for sending you their keychains (passwords)?

 

Even if your problem were remotely legit, why did you not pull the file directly form your Leopard installation DVD?

 

It is in Essencial.pkg

 

You claim to have done it from your Tiger installation DVD with no success.

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I have the same problem, the files on the dvd are anchors and certificates, not x509.

If i change them, keychain app tells us that they are damaged.

 

Is there an other way to correct this?

 

 

Ruud

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just go to disk utility and do a repair permissions.

 

 

Did already do that, but it didn't work.

 

I don't know what's wrong, but it aint the permissions etc.

 

Ruud

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fixed it, i had to do a clean install, after that, the keychain files were good.

 

Ruud

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