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Apple seeded first beta of 10.11.5


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Apple seeded first beta of 10.11.5...



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Yeah!  :D

 

Finally, maybe now we can get a smooth and stable El Capitan version...for me of course... :rolleyes:


Thanks @fantomas1  ^_^

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I think it's latest version as was done for Yosemite.
Then pass directly with the new OS X 10.12 Fuji will be presented in June.

 

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Uhm.... the 1st beta of El Capitan was presented in June 8, 2015 and 1 year later it's time to upgrade again (10.12)...... A famous song in the 70s had a verse saying "we called it riding the gravy train"........

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this year will extend to 10.11.8

as it was in the past.

 

Yosemite stopped at 10.10.5, maybe they will do the same thing, perhaps lengthen the bete versions with this 10.11.5

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Uhm i smelled OZ there

Yes Oz is here. Yes and I tested Clover and work same. But Oz is better for me.

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this year will extend to 10.11.8

as it was in the past.

 

 

Between the first beta and the final release, it takes about 2 months (mostly). If we take this into consideration, the final version of 10.11.5 should be released in early June, just before the WWDC (and therefore the first DB).   :yes:

 

Just like for Yosemite - In fact, the famous one-year-building-cycle seems to have started since Lion (10.7.5).   ;)

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Yep, no release has gone beyond .5 since Snow Leopard, so I'm not expecting this to either. 10.11.5 will be the end of the road for El Cap.

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Indeed, it's "business as usual" since 2011: 1year cycle with 5 updates.

  • Lion introduced in 2011, up to 10.7.5
  • Mountain Lion introduced in 2012, up to 10.8.5
  • Mavericks introduced in 2013, up to 10.9.5
  • Yosemite introduced in 2014, up to 10.10.5
  • El Capitan introduced in 2015, up to 10.10.5 Beta

 

Can't see why EC would not follow the trend established for the last 5 years...

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Yes Oz is here. Yes and I tested Clover and work same. But Oz is better for me.

Still need csrutil disable --without nvram to boot under Oz?

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Still need csrutil disable --without nvram to boot under Oz?

yup youre right. I put csrutil (disable SIP) in Defalts.plist

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EDIT:

 

also a second public beta with the same build

Edited by fantomas1

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