Apple Releases macOS Ventura 13.0.1 Update With Bug Fixes
Apple today released macOS Ventura 13.0.1, a minor update to the macOS Ventura operating system that was released in October. The new software comes two weeks after the official launch of Ventura.
The macOS Ventura update can be downloaded on eligible Macs using the Software Update section of System Settings.
macOS Ventura 13.0.1 is a bug fix update, and it addresses two security vulnerabilities that could allow for unexpected app termination or arbitrary code execution by a remote user. Neither was known to have been exploited in the wild.
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What I need is a stable OS that runs my software - i do not need an OS that changes every month and adds some new features and bugs. When I take all the features of the last 5 years, the text recognition in photos is something I really like.
Did I forget something? All the rest is just bloatware, something people should install using the AppStore.
Heh. Then Linux isn't the path for you, especially when you look at what it truly is: the kernel. In a period of 27 days, there were 7 releases of the Linux kernel, and that was just October alone. Oh; and that is the STABLE release branch.
Trust me (I'm a now 30 year long Linux sysadmin), MacOS is a hell of a lot more stable than what you think or are making it out to be.
Trigger a scan with:
% sudo softwareupdate --background
Then list the available installers with:
% softwareupdate --list-full-installers
Download 13.0.1 with:
% softwareupdate --fetch-full-installer --full-installer-version 13.0.1
Edit2: Thank you @cmChimera !!!! Command+R to refresh. NICE.
Howard Oakley and Joshua Long have written about this, see
The bottom line seems to be that in fact one can not run anything less than the current major version of macOS and expect a fully patched system.