Re: [linuxham] Re: Fldigi-3.12.4 and the new Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
- On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 8:53 PM, ke7adu<ke7adu@...> wrote:
>And someone has to be the resident curmudgeon. :-)
> Someone has to live on the edge <Grin>.
> I upgraded Friday afternoon and have had no issues so far. Fldigi works withI did some research. Seems that the primary reason for releasing Snow
> no issues so far. I had 281 GB free space before my in place upgrade
> (another IT no no), 311 after. Not bad. The Battery Meter showed less life
> for a few days. I am thinking that is due the HD being re-indexed and the
> battery meter recalibrating.
Leopard is the abandonment of legacy Mac OS "Classic" support. (Oh,
and Apple trying to upstage the release of Windows V7 -- how stupid.)
That causes a whole BUNCH of printer drivers to go away, probably a
source of recovered disk space. Getting rid of code is very likely to
be a Good Thing. (Code not present and code not running cannot be used
to cause anomalous behavior.)
> I am IS Manager of a Windows network with a few Linux boxes, I would neverOK. Let us know how you make out. Personally, I am going to wait for a
> upgrade any production box this early in the release cycle but my Mac is for
> fun(and for me to learn OS X). I even have Win 7 loaded on my BootCamp
> partition. As long as your not risk averse, Enjoy.
bit. I have avoided Vista so far and plan to avoid any Windows upgrade
at least until Win7 has SP1 *AND* the first patches for SP1. (I have
to run Windows to run my Flex 5000.)
73 de Brian, WB6RQN/J79BPL