Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 12th May 2009 20:51 UTC, submitted by REM2000
Mac OS X After a long gestation period, Apple has updated its Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard operating system to version 10.5.7. This latest update comes packed with lots of bug fixes for several components of the Mac OS X operating system. Update: Various security updates for Tiger and Safari:Win were also released.
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RE: Damn
by kaiwai on Wed 13th May 2009 03:22 UTC in reply to "Damn"
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I wasted over 660 megabytes of my download allowance last night to get the 10.5.6 update for a friend's Macbook Air, and now they've released 10.5.7...

Mate, if you weren't so lazy and spent some time surfing the internet you would find that 10.5.7 was slated to be released last Friday or sometime this week; no one was ever pointing a gun at your head and forcing you to upgrade to 10.5.6 when all the information out there indicated 10.5.7 was to be released soon.

Does it fix the problem where you can't connect to a WEP network with a passphrase? No? Oh well, maybe Apple will catch on to the concept of "quality control" and "usability" some time in the next decade.

You use WEP? you might as well have the whole damn thing wide open - I guess security isn't all that important and you don't mind any tom, dick or harry to log onto your wireless network and leech bandwidth (which I find funny given you moaned about a 600MB download using up your allowance).

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