Possible bug with new Mac/Intel update
I’ve just downloaded a couple of the automatic updates from Apple.
To be honest, I didn’t fully check out what they were, although one was for iPhoto and one was more of a system update – sorry I can’t be more specific.
Anyways, since updating Max/MSP 4.6 will not open at all. Version 4.5 opens, although I haven’t checked out if it’s running ok.
I figured you might like warning about the updates.
If anyone else has downloaded these updates could they possibly confirm whether this has also happened to them?
On 14 mars 07, at 14:51, sam wrote:
> I’ve just downloaded a couple of the automatic updates from Apple.
> To be honest, I didn’t fully check out what they were, although one
> was for iPhoto and one was more of a system update – sorry I
> can’t be more specific.
> Anyways, since updating Max/MSP 4.6 will not open at all. Version
> 4.5 opens, although I haven’t checked out if it’s running ok.
It has been reported earlier. Reinstalling with the combo update
should fix the problem.
Nathan: fair enough, I should have done. I didn’t see anything on the first page, and wanted to post it quick in case it helped others out. Perhaps, as Mac users are being notified of the update today, it could be worth making the thread you pointed me to a sticky. Once again, forgive me if I’m speaking out of turn…
On Mar 14, 2007, at 10:32 AM, sam wrote:
> Once again, forgive me if I’m speaking out of turn…
Not a problem. My note wasn’t an admonishment, merely some "friendly
advice". Sorry if the brevity led you to think that. Those of us
still on the mailing list see things in a linear order and can make
connections more easily. You’re right about the front page
announcement. Some of the others have grown a little stale.
In your defense, searching for "10.4.9" turned up nothing in the
online search. But "OSX" brought up the thread as the top hit. Not
sure how the search algorithm works since both are in the subject!!
Nathan Wolek schrieb:
> Check the archives before posting…
Turn links into a tinyurl before pasting….
like this: http://tinyurl.com/2kvx4v
Except that then if there is ever a problem with the tinyurl service,
all links are dead.
Stefan Tiedje wrote:
> Nathan Wolek schrieb:
>> Check the archives before posting…
> Turn links into a tinyurl before pasting….
> like this: http://tinyurl.com/2kvx4v
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Barry Threw schrieb:
> Except that then if there is ever a problem with the tinyurl service,
> all links are dead.
For this case they will be valid long enough, and the too long links
don’t work at all…
By the time the problem is sorted, it doesn’t matter if the link will be
dead in the far future…
And in addition, these too long links do not tend to survive on the web
very long anyway, they probably die faster than the tinyurl reference…
Or do you expect a link to an ebay auction would survive more than some