#215717 - 02/09/0509:13 PMRe: 10.3.8 - Do You Dare?
Seems like a rather minor update.. no problems, but I always verify and repair permissions before updates now anyway. SO WHAT WOULD I KNOW.<br><br>--<br>Fight for Innovation.<br>http://cultofmac.blogspot.com
#215726 - 02/10/0504:57 PMRe: 10.3.8 - Do You Dare?
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I never repair permissions, I never fresh install, even when upgrading from 10.0->.1->.2->.3.<p><hr></blockquote><p>I never fresh install either. And the iMac I'm typing this post on started out with OS 9.1 and is now at 10.3.7 (I will be doing the update to 10.3.8 soon). I have never had any problems with it, except once when the power went out while I was using it and I had a flashing question mark for a little while. So I started up from the CD and showed it where the system folder was. <br><br>I use Disk Warrior and Norton Speed Disk once in a while, but not often by any means. Maybe 2 or 3 times a year. A cron script runs automatically on login because I shut down at night. <br><br>Reinstalling is a huge pain in the butt. <br><br>
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