In a recent post I listed the software I had installed on a recently rebuilt MacBook Pro (MacBook at Amazon) running Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) (Amazon Link). Well, in the last 7 days I have added a couple of more pieces of software…
I just read an interesting bit over at Mac OS X Hints on how Time Machine is not doing a good job at backing up.
In two earlier posts (post 1 and post 2) I commented on how I had installed Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) (Amazon Link) on a MacBook (MacBook at Amazon) and kept getting a ‘PubSubAgent’ quitting error. Well, I am now getting them on a MacBook Pro MacBook Pro at Amazon).
In an earlier post I commented on how I had installed Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) (Amazon Link) on a MacBook Pro (MacBook at Amazon). In fact I had performed a ‘clean install’ and made full use of the opportunity to blow some of the cobwebs out of my application folder…. so what did I put back?
Just upgraded a MacBook Pro (MacBook Pro at Amazon)) to Mac OS X 10.5 (Amazon Mac OS X 10.5 link), and decided to run the Time Machine Backup to a new Iomega 500 GB Desktop Hard Drive (Iomega at Amazon).
In a post last weekend I ‘complained’ how iCal in Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) (Mac OS X 10.5 at Amazon) was now ‘broken’ as it was a pain to edit calendar entries. A week later and it is still giving me grief!