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    Hey guys, anyone attempted installing the Safari 4 beta on seed 10A261c? It has checks built in for Leopard, only installs on 10.5.6 or newer... 10.6 doesn't qualify I know how to get around the checks, but will it work? Don't fancy breaking my system, it's running quite well now (though I miss iStat menus )



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    i have been trying safari 4 beta for a while now, and i think its slower than 3, im not a huge fan at the momment, it has some cool features, but i think im gonna wait until Snow ships or it comes at as a fully tested app.
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    Cool, but it doesn't really answer my question about whether anyone knew how to get it running. I've tried manually setting my OS X version in /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist. That gets me past the version check, but not the dependency on the 02/2009 security update, any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rekoil View Post
    Cool, but it doesn't really answer my question about whether anyone knew how to get it running. I've tried manually setting my OS X version in /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist. That gets me past the version check, but not the dependency on the 02/2009 security update, any ideas?
    Have you tried installing it with Pacifist?

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    Good idea, I was going to try that actually but hadn't gotten around to it yet as my Pacifist requires reinstallation.


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    Works great on windows 7, but i havn't managed to install it on my hackintosh yet, says 10.5.6 or later -.-, but the design is great and it runs smoothly aswell, its only crashed 3 times, i love the website showcase and the bookmarks coverflow
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    What do i replace in the file /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist to get past the version check?
    Cheers!

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    simply change at the bottom of the file 10.5.6 to 10.5.7 and the instalation will launch when you are done !!BEFORE RESTARTING!! change it back to 10.5.6
    ( or the oringal value )

    file location:: /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist

 

 

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