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Nov 15, 2007 14:22 |  #31

Nothing but smooth sailing so far on my MacBook, granted i have had to install a few updates, but thats almost expected for such a ginormous upgrade




  
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Nov 16, 2007 00:10 |  #32

Watch out on the 10.5.1 update. It breaks Airport disk and access to other Macs on your network. If you need to do such activities, I'd avoid the update. It is causing problems in our home.


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Nov 16, 2007 08:16 |  #33

Adobe has released an update for LR ;-)a


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Nov 16, 2007 08:51 |  #34

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Nov 16, 2007 15:16 as a reply to  @ Double Negative's post |  #35

i am on a powerbook g4 and have noticed a little slowness. but my lightroom has not been affected (although i don't use a lot of the "known issues"). my biggest problem was my ftp program, "fetch ftp" was not working. i just downloaded an open source ftp client "cyberduck" and it is working fine. i will download the lightroom update tonight. thanks for the update.


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Nov 16, 2007 15:30 |  #36

Cyberduck is a great app. So is Transmit (by Panic) but it's commercial.


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Nov 16, 2007 21:25 |  #37

Cyberduck is way-cool. Helped me break my iPhone so I could use it with T-Mobile.


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Nov 16, 2007 21:35 |  #38

I've installed it and had zero problems thus far. All apps working normally (even fetch). And, I've got Time Machine rolling now too. Although I hope I never have to use it, the fact that it's backing everything up on the hour, it should came in handy during those "oh crap" moments when you realize that you need a file reverted, or just in case something gets accidentally deleted.


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Nov 17, 2007 09:17 |  #39

Does time machine back up everything ?
Or just major stuff ?
Can I drag and drop on another hard drive and have everything ?


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Nov 17, 2007 12:36 |  #40

I believe it back up everything and then multiple copies based on time (i.e. "Time" machine) as disk space permits. Per the help file, you can do a complete restore to a clean installed new OS disk.

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Nov 17, 2007 12:41 as a reply to  @ JohnJ80's post |  #41

You really should have a separate drive to run time machine. The program would be putting alot of stress on one drive. I heard that program has eaten some of the older macbooks for breakfast.


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Nov 17, 2007 14:13 |  #42

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You really should have a separate drive to run time machine. The program would be putting alot of stress on one drive. I heard that program has eaten some of the older macbooks for breakfast.

Actually, you have to run Time Machine on a separate disk.


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Nov 17, 2007 14:18 as a reply to  @ Tony-S's post |  #43

Yeah sounds right. Anyway, im not installing anything until 10.5.1 or the first update that i feel is secure enough to not interrupt my work flow. 10.4.10 is a safe bet for now.


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Nov 17, 2007 15:14 |  #44

carianoff wrote in post #4333670 (external link)
Yeah sounds right. Anyway, im not installing anything until 10.5.1 or the first update that i feel is secure enough to not interrupt my work flow. 10.4.10 is a safe bet for now.

That would be now. 10.5.1 is already out and running in my machine (software update).

This major rev of the OS has been amazingly free of issues. All the photo software (PS CS3, LR etc..) is all updated.

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Nov 18, 2007 13:48 as a reply to  @ JohnJ80's post |  #45

well, i updated to 10.5.1 and lr 1.3 and now i'm having issues. 10.5 and lr 1.2 did not give me any problems, but after updating both, lr is crashing all of the time. i'm kinda worried at this point and might just pull the trigger on getting an intel machine.


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