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Smenasco tipped on 10 Nov 2010
If you shot yourself in the foot with the combo updater you will find that the only way to install the real Mac OS X 10.6.5 update is to download it from software update and then manually run the package from /Library/Updates/

look for a folder with some random letters and numbers, mine was /Library/Updates/ zzz061-9753 and then run both the X11 update and the OS X update. Good luck.
[Version 10.6.5]



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Smenasco commented on 10 Nov 2010
I used the combo on two macs, both gave the helvetica error and report 10.6.4 in about this mac. Bogus.
[Version 10.6.5]



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Smenasco tipped on 15 Apr 2010
It might be helpful to know this if you are wanting to run Handbrake in 64 bits.
You must be running this version of VLC to avoid scanning problems:

http://download.videolan.org/pub/videolan/vlc/1.0.2/macosx/vlc-1.0.2-intel64.dmg

It is the only compiled version known to work well with this version of Handbrake (0.9.4)

Good luck
[Version 0.9.4]



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smenasco tipped on 30 May 2009
as it says above, this is a frontend for the lsof command in the terminal. this same type of thing can be done just by piping 'grep' with 'lsof' in the terminal. like this

lsof | grep iTunes

if you wanted to do the same thing without the gui.
[Version 1.4]



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