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    Default Manual installation of Security Update 2006-003 - INTEL ONLY

    INTEL ONLY

    obtain SecUpd2006-003Intel.dmg, and Pacifist 2.0, from Charlessoft.com

    Install Pacifist 2.0 to your Applications folder

    mount SecUpd2006-003Intel.dmg
    right click on the SecUpd2006-003Intel.pkg and "Open with" >> "Other", navigate to Pacifist 2.0 you've installed
    in your Applications Folder.

    Pacifist will open and a 15 second timer will run, as it is unregistered. click on "Not Yet"

    in Pacifist, click on the triangles to expand System and Library.

    use Ctrl, to select EVERYTHING, ONE AT A TIME, EXCEPT --- System, Library, and CoreServices

    do not select them all at once using shift.
    do not deselect anything.
    if System, Library, or CoreServices is accidently selected, shut down and restart Pacifist, reselect




    type in your password to authenticate when required

    two popups will come up, "Bundle Already Exists" and "File Already Exists",
    check "Don't Ask Again..." for both,
    click on "Update" for Bundles,
    click on "Replace" for Files

    after installation of files completes, Reboot.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    as soon as you get into OS X, open Disk Utility from your Applications/Utilities folder and repair permissions on
    your OS X installation, then open terminal and type...

    sudo update_prebinding -root / -force
    Last edited by quixos; 05-14-2006 at 07:01 PM.



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    Default Quixos Manual install (Intel Only) didn't go as smooth for me as for others

    Quote Originally Posted by quixos
    INTEL ONLY

    obtain SecUpd2006-003Intel.dmg, and Pacifist 2.0, from Charlessoft.com

    Install Pacifist 2.0 to your Applications folder

    mount SecUpd2006-003Intel.dmg
    right click on the SecUpd2006-003Intel.pkg and "Open with" >> "Other", navigate to Pacifist 2.0 you've installed
    in your Applications Folder.

    Pacifist will open and a 15 second timer will run, as it is unregistered. click on "Not Yet"

    in Pacifist, click on the triangles to expand System and Library.

    use Ctrl, to select EVERYTHING, ONE AT A TIME, EXCEPT --- System, Library, and CoreServices

    type in your password to authenticate when required

    two popups will come up, "Bundle Already Exists" and "File Already Exists",
    check "Don't Ask Again..." for both,
    click on "Update" for Bundles,
    click on "Replace" for Files

    after installation of files completes, Reboot.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    as soon as you get into OS X, open Disk Utility from your Applications/Utilities folder and repair permissions on
    your OS X installation, then open terminal and type...

    sudo update_prebinding -root / -force
    Quixos,

    This method broke my permissions after the reboot. I was able to boot into the desktop but I could not initiate anything. Thank GOD I have another partition with 10.4.4 installed on it. I rebooted into that one ran the permission repairs, ran the prebinding and then installed Semjaza's SecUpdate003. Once his update was complete I rebooted and logged into the 10.4.6 install but in safe mode. Did the usual chmod, chown, kextcache that we did with Maxxus installs. Rebooted and now all is fine.

    What do you think got screwed after the update using Pacifist?
    Last edited by littlepr; 05-14-2006 at 09:51 PM.

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    i have no idea. this is the first problem of that sort i've heard of. but, you are smart, you have another installation partition, and you fixed it! i also have dual installs, and i'm never broken for long.

    you might want to edit your post to get rid of that enormous quote!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quixos
    you might want to edit your post to get rid of that enormous quote!

    Edited enormous quote

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    Default Hi

    Quote Originally Posted by quixos View Post
    INTEL ONLY

    obtain SecUpd2006-003Intel.dmg, and Pacifist 2.0, from Charlessoft.com

    Install Pacifist 2.0 to your Applications folder

    mount SecUpd2006-003Intel.dmg
    right click on the SecUpd2006-003Intel.pkg and "Open with" >> "Other", navigate to Pacifist 2.0 you've installed
    in your Applications Folder.

    Pacifist will open and a 15 second timer will run, as it is unregistered. click on "Not Yet"

    in Pacifist, click on the triangles to expand System and Library.

    use Ctrl, to select EVERYTHING, ONE AT A TIME, EXCEPT --- System, Library, and CoreServices

    do not select them all at once using shift.
    do not deselect anything.
    if System, Library, or CoreServices is accidently selected, shut down and restart Pacifist, reselect




    type in your password to authenticate when required

    two popups will come up, "Bundle Already Exists" and "File Already Exists",
    check "Don't Ask Again..." for both,
    click on "Update" for Bundles,
    click on "Replace" for Files

    after installation of files completes, Reboot.

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------

    as soon as you get into OS X, open Disk Utility from your Applications/Utilities folder and repair permissions on
    your OS X installation, then open terminal and type...

    sudo update_prebinding -root / -force



    I think I'm a bit lost here, n00b alert


 

 

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