OS X Lion 10.7.5 Build 11G45 Seeded to Developers

Apple today seeded a new version of OS X Lio 10.7.5 to developers for testing. The new version, Build 11G45, arrives less than two weeks after the previous seed, and the build increment of nine suggests that Apple has been continuing to make a number of tweaks to the update in preparation for a public launch.


Apple continues to list no known issues with the update and is asking developers to focus on the same testing areas as in the previous build, which included graphics performance and image and media handling.

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27 months ago

macrumors ...........................

oh. dear. ...............................

you stole my thread again!

http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1430080

naughty macrumors!


lol, you are obviously the only one who would have ever seen that there was a new build released, every person on the internet should give you credit for letting the world know there is a new build. kudos
Rating: 6 Votes
27 months ago

People still use Lion?
Why? ML is so much better!


I assume that is sarcasm - not all computers that can run Lion can run Mountain Lion.
Rating: 4 Votes
27 months ago

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Apple today seeded a new version of OS X Lio 10.7.5 to developers for testing.


Lio?
Rating: 3 Votes
27 months ago

People still use Lion?
Why? ML is so much better!


Better or not, ML breaks compatibility with some software. Some of us out here use our macs for mission critical functions, thus updating to a dot-zero release would be careless and stupid.
Rating: 3 Votes
27 months ago
macrumors ...........................

oh. dear. ...............................

you stole my thread again!

http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1430080

naughty macrumors!
Rating: 2 Votes
27 months ago
People still use Lion?
Why? ML is so much better!
Rating: 2 Votes
27 months ago

Has anyone installed this? My MP, started flaking out right after i put this latest build on it. The previous build ran fine, however this one keeps effecting 1 of my 8 cores for some reason [ at least that's what the Error Report told me after I finally got it to boot in SAFE MODE].

I can't figure it out. I'm now repairing permissions.


Repairing permissions won't fix it any more than homeopathic remedies will fix a cold. It's the voodoo that people who don't know how Macs work will recommend to other people who know less. Seriously.

Since it's a pre-release build, you should instead boot to your copy of the latest stable release of an OS because no one is silly enough to install pre-release software as their only OS. If you still have issues there, then you have a hardware issue unrelated to the pre-release build. If you don't have issues, you may still have a hardware issue, or it may be a bug in the software. Go through the normal procedures that you as a developer with access to this software would normally follow in order to discuss the issue with Apple.
Rating: 2 Votes
27 months ago

People still use Lion?
Why? ML is so much better!


Mountain Lion will - in the future, after at least four bug fixes - be better than Lion. As of right now, as bad as Lion is, it is more stable and reliable than Mountain Lion.

At the moment, Snow Leopard is still more stable and reliable than Lion, though.
Rating: 2 Votes
27 months ago

People still use Lion?
Why? ML is so much better!



Trolololol, here is a reason:biggest we like to wait until all the glitches are worked out before spending $20 on something that will not work.
Rating: 2 Votes
27 months ago

Repairing permissions won't fix it any more than homeopathic remedies will fix a cold. It's the voodoo that people who don't know how Macs work will recommend to other people who know less. Seriously.

Since it's a pre-release build, you should instead boot to your copy of the latest stable release of an OS because no one is silly enough to install pre-release software as their only OS. If you still have issues there, then you have a hardware issue unrelated to the pre-release build. If you don't have issues, you may still have a hardware issue, or it may be a bug in the software. Go through the normal procedures that you as a developer with access to this software would normally follow in order to discuss the issue with Apple.



I understand your thoughts, and yes this is not my only OS on this machine. However, I did go through the normal procedures. I also did a repair permissions, and it did fix the issue I was having at the time.

Now, it seems the my MacPro is plagued with Kernal Panics, and a Repeating Restart. I woke up this morning at 3:30am to the chime of the machine reboot every minute or two. I have tried rebooting in SAFE MODE, and that doesn't seem to work either. I will have to look into it more once I get home from work later today.
Rating: 1 Votes

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