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10.4.9 - 8P130 PPC + 8P2130 Intel Leaked

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Okay, I am getting bored with the whole 10.4.9 thing.

 

Update: it looks like it has been leaked to Oink. Thanks to Projectle for letting us know.

 

8P2130 (Intel) - Combo: 309.6 MB

8P2130 (Intel) - Delta: 166.8 MB

 

8P130 (PPC) - Combo: 163.1 MB

8P130 (PPC) - Delta: 72.4 MB

 

Known Issues

- None

 

Focus Areas

Please focus your testing on:

- .Mac Connectivity

- Adobe Flash

- AirPort

- Apple's USB Modem

- Audio

- Automator

- bash

- bind

- Bluetooth

- Bonjour

- Dashboard Widgets

- Disk Images

- FireWire

- Fonts (OpenType fonts)

- gnutar

- Graphics

- iCal

- iChat Video Conferencing

- iSync

- OpenSSH

- Rosetta

- sudo

- USB

 

Areas of Change

New in this seed:

- Fixed issue with deleting Bluetooth headsets from Bluetooth preferences

- Fixed issue with CoreAudio and AudioConverter

- Fixed issue with DiscRecording and the burning of DVDs.

 

From previous seeds:

- Fixed issue with ImageIO and importing FCP files

- Fixed problem with network printing and AppleTalk

- Fixed issue with Rosetta and float conversion

- Fixed issue with automatically joining trusted AirPort networks after reboot

- Fixed issue with OpenGL and ATI PBO

- Fixed issue with OpenGL Programmability and graphic cards

- Fixed problem with OpenGL Framework and gleCommandProcessor

- Fixed issue with GraphicsDrivers Common Code and memory leaks

- Fixed issue with CoreImage and the cropping of multiple images

- Fixed issue with Sync Services Engine

- Fixed issue with ImageIO and the exporting of ISO data

- Fixed problem with CoreData Framework and multiple accessing programs

- Fixed issue with iSync and phone conduit

- Fixed issue with OpenGL Rosetta and DrawBuffersSimple

- Fixed problem with USB and isoch endpoint

- Fixed issue with OpenGL Programmability

- Fixed problem with OpenGL Framework and gleCommandProcessor

- Fixed issue with OpenGL and VM_ALLOCATE

- Fixed issue with CoreImage and exporting

- Fixed problem with File Manager and FSReadFork/FSWriteFork

- Fixed issue with Text Services Manager and background documents

- Fixed issue with CoreAudio where sound may fade in and out in some cases

- Fixed problem with Smartcard and securityd

- Fixed issue with X11 Xplugin and 256 color mode

- Fixed issue with Rosetta and rint

- Fixed problem with dyld

- Fixed issue with USB Isoc receivers

- Fixed issue with wake from Sleep and SecurityAgent

- Fixed issue with Rosetta and cache

- Fixed issue with Bluetooth and Bluetooth mouse when waking from sleep

- Fixed issue with ConsoleUser/SecureConsoleUser and IOKit Kernel

- Fixed issue with 'at' command and system_cmds

- Fixed onkeyup/onkeydown issue with WebCore JavaScript

- Fixed problem with rsync and extended attributes

- Fixed issue with NAT-PMP and port mapping

- Fixed issue where KEV_DL_IF_ATTACHED was not being received by kext

- Fixed issue with Color Sync and V4 profiles

- Fixed issue with MSDOS FS

- Issue where .m4v file extensions may not be recognized has been fixed

- Fixed issue with copying read-only files Xsan/UFS-backed AFP volumes

- Fixed issue with DVD Player

- Fixed problem with Crash Reporter

- Fixed issue with headset pairing and Bluetooth

- Fixed issue with incorrect time zones in certain areas

- Fixed problem with enabling/disabling Bluetooth

- Fixed issue with rsync and the copying of mod times

- Fixed problem with .Mac and Sync Services

- Addressed issue with USB modem recording level

- Fixed syncing issue with internal and external modem driver

- Fixed DRON/DROF issue with USB modem

- Fixed problem where USB modem may not detect busy tone

- Fixed issue with CFNetwork and network-aware USB devices

- Fixed issue with Sync Services and Address Book

- Fixed problem with USBInterfaceOpen and IOUSBLib

- Fixed issue with QC Engine

- Fixed problem with Kerberos OpenSSH patch

- Fixed problem with Open SSH and LaunchDaemon

- Fixed issue with HLTB Events (Carbon)

- Fixed issue with HLTB Accessibility (Carbon)

- Fixed issue with HLTB Control Manager (Carbon)

- Fixed issue with HLTB Windows (Carbon)

- Fixed issue with HID and IOKit

- Fixed problem with PDFKit and MalloGuardEdges

- Fixed issue with CoreAudio and MIDI files

- Fixed problem with natd NAT-PMP and port mapping

- Fixed problem with USB Isoc receivers

- Fixed printing issue with applications that use Rosetta when a user is mounted to a SMB home directory

- Fixed gssapi-with-mic and Open SSH issue

- Fixed issue with Unix 'at' command

- Fixed problem with CoreData Framework

- Fixed problem with CUPS

- Fixed issue with Network Diagnostics and WPA2 encryption

- Fixed issue where internal modem may not sync with external modem driver

- Fixed problem with CFNetwork and network-aware USB devices

- Fixed issue with dyld

- Fixed issue with MSDOS FS

- Fixed issue with Sync Services and Address Book

- Fixed problem with Apple internal modem and busy tone detection

- Fixed problem with Kerberos OpenSSH patch

- Fixed problem with Open SSH and LaunchDaemon

- Fixed issue with SMB File Server

- Fixed problem with IOkit Kernel

- Fixed issue with connecting a system to display while in Sleep mode

- Fixed problem with WebCore JavaScript and onkeyup/onkeydown event handler

- Issue where .m4v file extensions may not be recognized has been fixed

- Fixed issue with File Systems and copying read-only files

- Fixed issue with Software Update and format string

- Fixed problem with Sync Services Engine

- Fixed issue with rsync and extended attributes

- Fixed issue with Sync Services and .Mac Sync

- Addressed USB Modem and record level

- Fixed issue with Universal Access preferences pane

- Fixed problem with USB Modem and caller ID

- Fixed problem with Bluetooth and device pairing

- Fixed issue where USB modem may not detect busy tone

- Fixed issue with QC Engine

- Fixed issue with CoreGraphics and HID Manager

- Fixed issue with PDFKit and MallocGuardEdges

- Issue with Automator Actions and generated text fixed

- Fixed issue with .Mac and syncing

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Is anyone working on testing this for Hackintoshes? I see some things I'd like to fix and/or test, but don't want to hose my nicely working install!

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I too am sick of this, i just want the goddamed final to be out :x

 

And yes, we already run these on our iHacks

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We already have the builds up on Oink!

 

Looks like Apple has given us enough practice to get this done damn fast!

Maybe it will continue for the next Leopard build.

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Two questions. Has anyone using the AppleHDA Patcher lost sound with 8.9 kernel. Can I just get the kernel and swap like 8.8 or does it still need to be compiled before install :(

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hmm, if u lost sound, im guessing its because alcinject needs to be compiled for newer kernel, just a wild guess though

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Yeah, id love to try this Too. Shame Oink is invite only :) and I have nothing to trade for an invite.... how do people get in. is i like the masons.. ha ha,, you snobs..

 

Someone up it to Demon or The Bay so the rest of us mear mortals can get it.

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Help save my Oink account and download 10.4.9.

 

If you do so, I will ensure you that you will get access to the latest and greatest that Apple has to offer faster than anyone else can get them to you!

 

If in 48 hours people do not download 1GB from me, then I will not be able to get the newest stuff to you.

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Help save my Oink account and download 10.4.9.

 

If you do so, I will ensure you that you will get access to the latest and greatest that Apple has to offer faster than anyone else can get them to you!

 

If in 48 hours people do not download 1GB from me, then I will not be able to get the newest stuff to you.

 

If I had an oink account to attribute to the cause, I would be.

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:)

 

Jeez...

The lengths that some people go to to keep stealing stuff.

 

I blame Oink for their ridiculous user requirements. No other invite torrent page I know of is like this.

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I'm guessing they are trying to make it 'really good'. It will be the last Tiger release, so why not?

I get the feeling they will release it either with Leopard or just before, much like 10.3.9

I'm glad they are taking a while and releasing many builds, at least that way we know it is a good one and not a chucked together bug fix

 

Here's for a good 10.4.9 :blink:

 

Any PowerPC build leaks on public sites?

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