Is this permission repair something we need to run after every update? And, how do we run it? If it finds errors, do we then go and get that combo file or whatever you guys were talking about and run it?
Thanks for help with this. I was quite proud to have run my first major update this morning, actually there were 13 items being updated, and I thought it all went without a hitch, but now I'm not so sure Help??
Russell On 6-Aug-09, at 7:22 PM, David Poehlman wrote:
you have to run permission repair to see if you get the suid file warnings or not.On Aug 6, 2009, at 7:42 PM, Marty Rimpau wrote:Hi Dan, what is this warning, and when do you get it, if you're going to get it? I ran the update yesterday, and my system re- started twice, but I got no warning about an suid file, and I wonder if they'll fix this with snow leopard?--Original Message Text--- From: Dan Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2009 11:20:09 -0700Hello Keith,I have been in the habbbit of running the Combo updates for the last several Leopard updates. Just my way of doing things. Then I always repair permissions after the latest OS is running.Dan On Aug 6, 2009, at 9:21 AM, Keith Reedy wrote: Hi folks,David did not find any "Warning, SUID" warnings when he downloaded the new update and repaired permissions, however, I did. I ran the combo update and now all is well.Here is the link for those of you who wish to run the combo update. http://support.apple.com/downloads/Mac_OS_X_10_5_8_Combo_Update Keith Reedy Marty