Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 12th Oct 2009 20:05 UTC
Mac OS X We generally don't report on individual bugs or security issues in operating systems, but a pretty serious bug has reared its ugly head in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. If you had a guest account enabled prior to installing Snow Leopard, then you are at risk of losing all your data.
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amazing mocking
by kvarbanov on Tue 13th Oct 2009 05:40 UTC
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I'm truly amazed by apple developers, who are not willing to test and fix this. I'm on the users' side this time. The fact that the bug is hard to reproduce, speaks bad for (rotten) apple's devs. Then, they mock at some poor guy, probably someone at the age of my father, because of lack of backup. Come on people, backing up like a crazy paranoic is not the daily task most people do. But anyway, I wouldn'y buy Mac anyway, if I need FreeBSD with KDE 4, I can do it myself at no cost. Plus the lack of mocking in the forums. NO thanks. Backups ? There are SVN / CVS systems for docs / code, the rest is downloadable ...

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