OS X 10.7.5 Supplemental Update
OS X 10.7.5 Supplemental Update
10.7.5

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OS X 10.7.5 Supplemental Update free download for Mac

OS X 10.7.5 Supplemental Update

10.7.5
05 October 2012

For all Lion users.

Overview

The OS X 10.7.5 Supplemental Update is recommended for all users running OS X Lion v10.7.5 and includes the following fixes:
  • Resolves an issue that may cause Time Machine backups to take a very long time to complete
  • Addresses an issue that prevents certain applications signed with a Developer ID from launching
  • The Supplemental Update is recommended if you installed the Mac OS X Lion v10.7.5 Update (build 11G56).
It is not needed if you install the Mac OS X Lion v10.7.5 Update (build 11G63).

What's new in OS X 10.7.5 Supplemental Update

  • Resolves an issue that may cause Time Machine backups to take a very long time to complete
  • Addresses an issue that prevents certain applications signed with a Developer ID from launching

6 OS X 10.7.5 Supplemental Update Reviews

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David29
04 October 2012

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Unbelievable. This is what this really means (from Apple).. Well, we screwed up big time with the 10.7.5 update, and we have known about this for a few weeks. However we didn't have the integrity to admit it even though there were tons of discussions about this all over the web and on our own discussion boards. (However if you called us and got a level-2 tech on the phone, they would admit to you off-the-record that Apple was aware of this problem). So instead of being forthright about this and saying "we really screwed up here", and calling 10.7.5 dead in the water, and releasing a point update to 10.7.6 (which is the RIGHT way to handle SW CM), instead we are copping out and releasing ... uh ... something we are sort of calling "10.7.5.1" or whatever. SW QA at Apple is getting worse and worse. I wish that who ever runs Mac OS software development would say "Hey, instead of taking the time to implement like 200 new "features" into another major release, we just took six months and actually worked to fix a bunch of bugs! I don't need FaceBook integrated with my OS, nor do I need new "features" that make my Mac act like a phone! I need an OS update that doesn't break my system and make me waste about 18 hours time over the past 2 weeks ( >3 of those hours working on the phone with Apple ). Can you tell I'm pi$$ed? LOL
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Version 1.0
R397
08 October 2012
After this update usb APPLE mighty mouse right click function stops working on my mac pro. I have two usb mighty mouses, both shows the same. Bluetooth magic mouse works normally.
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Version 1.0
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anomia
anomia
02 November 2012
I had the same problem with a new install, even after running the combo updater!!! Promptly did a restore to 10.7.4 and everything is OK. STAY AWAY from this update. 2.8 Mac Pro 2008, 12gbRAM, OWC SSD 120gbHD
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R397
06 October 2012
Too many bugs from Apple last years. Time Machine Backup now working, but before that i cloned my drive by third-side app. Where the "Internet Sharing" function? In Snow Leo I just connected my laptop by cable to Mac Pro, and go surfing web, why in next release of super OS it's just doesn't work? For > one year! Quality degrading? [Version 10.7.5]
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Version 1.0
Maclover1-1
05 October 2012
Spotlight/Time Machine issue fixed. Good.
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Version 1.0
Thomasgrr
05 October 2012
A few weeks ago I took my main computer directly from Snow Leopard to Lion (yes, I am a slow adapter), and saw the same glacial performance from Spotlight indexing and Time Machine copying as has been reported on various forums. This update seems to have fixed those issues. A fresh Time Machine copy (≈700 GB) is down to a couple of hours instead of several weeks.
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Version 1.0
Brooklyn-Al
04 October 2012
Upgrading to 10.7.5 was, well, problematic; including spotlight re-indeeeeeeeeeeeeexing and time machine slooooooooooow down. In addition, the gain included gatekeeper which was, for me, unnecessary. Another problem with the upgrade I lost the iTunes pop up song notification whcih I kind of like. I may wait for 10.7.8 let all the bugs be worked out then upgrade---well---I probably upgrade the clone first.
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Version 1.0
David29
04 October 2012
Unbelievable. This is what this really means (from Apple).. Well, we screwed up big time with the 10.7.5 update, and we have known about this for a few weeks. However we didn't have the integrity to admit it even though there were tons of discussions about this all over the web and on our own discussion boards. (However if you called us and got a level-2 tech on the phone, they would admit to you off-the-record that Apple was aware of this problem). So instead of being forthright about this and saying "we really screwed up here", and calling 10.7.5 dead in the water, and releasing a point update to 10.7.6 (which is the RIGHT way to handle SW CM), instead we are copping out and releasing ... uh ... something we are sort of calling "10.7.5.1" or whatever. SW QA at Apple is getting worse and worse. I wish that who ever runs Mac OS software development would say "Hey, instead of taking the time to implement like 200 new "features" into another major release, we just took six months and actually worked to fix a bunch of bugs! I don't need FaceBook integrated with my OS, nor do I need new "features" that make my Mac act like a phone! I need an OS update that doesn't break my system and make me waste about 18 hours time over the past 2 weeks ( >3 of those hours working on the phone with Apple ). Can you tell I'm pi$$ed? LOL
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Version 1.0
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Mud212
Mud212
04 October 2012
So you're mad that called it a supplemental update, and not 10.7.6? Because that makes sense, I guess?
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anonymous-squirrel-4040
anonymous-squirrel-4040
04 October 2012
Thanks, David29, couldn't have said it better. The Time Machine mess was astounding - an hour at one point for 400 MB. I didn't call support on this, but have run into the same problem you describe with Apple in the past with other software issues - discussion all over the web and TS asks, Have you repaired permissions? Since I exist as a human and don't require, want, need or go anywhere near Facebook, I also liked your remark regarding Apple's friendly attitude toward that creepy outfit. Yeah, I can tell you're pi$$ed, but it's really NLM (as in 2nd def of urban dict).
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Dualie
Dualie
05 October 2012
I must agree that software QA at Apple is getting worse. I also believe that hubris at Apple is getting worse, evidenced by its foisting of "features" on us that are neither useful nor needed (reverse scrolling, Gatekeeper, the whole iOS maps mess). It appears that the post Jobs decay has begun.
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