OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: How To Install Root Certificates

Mar 5, 2012

how do i install root certificates

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Mac OS X (10.5.6)

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MacBook Pro :: Keychain Access - Three Out Of Four Root Certificates Marked As Not Trusted

Apr 10, 2012

In Keychain Access, My "Certificates" and "Keys", three out of the four root certificates are marked as: This root certificate is not trusted (in red) com.apple.ubiquity.peer-uuid- times two and one: com.apple.ubiquity.ssl - then five groups of numbers for each. Is this something that should concern me or is it something to do with the problems I am having, Mail - some addresses I use are not sync and have a warning sign! Are these certificates needed to be trusted for mail configuration?

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X :: Enable Root User In Snow Leopard?

Jul 26, 2009

enabling root user in Snow Leopard (10A421). I tried to find the directory utility in utitlites but couldn't find it. I read in other threads that Directory utility has been removed and all the functionality is moved to user accounts. But didn't find how to enable the root user.

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MacBook Pro :: Getting Certificates After Fresh Install?

Sep 14, 2010

Okay i got a major problem with my mac OSX certificates and this is after a fresh install?

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Cannot Login As Root Or Admin Anymore After OSX Update And Restart

Jun 1, 2012

[URL] I can access via server admin but cannot log into the server from the login window at the server itself with the exact same admin credentials that I used through server admin. 

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Snow Leopard Install Disk Works In IMac But Not In MacBook Pro?

Mar 31, 2012

I have a Snow Leopard Install Disk for the 13-inch Macbook Pro model.I also have a 21-inch iMac. I have OS X Lion installed on both. I have Snow Leopard installed as a partition on my Macbook Pro, which I installed via the install disk. I want to do the same thing for my iMac but I am unable due to (seemingly) my install disk is for a Macbook Pro and not for an iMac.

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iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Software Update After Snow Leopard Clean Install

Jul 3, 2012

Today I performed a clean install of Snow Leopard on my late 2009 Mac Mini. After completing the installation, I began running software update to bring everything up-to-date.While software update did find and install a number of updates (10.6.8v1.1 Combo update, Security Update 2012-002, Apple Software Installer Update, iLife Support 9.0.4, Remote Desktop Client Update 3.5.3, Airport Utility, Java, Safari) it did not find an update for iTunes (which starts at version 9.x, I believe, in a SL clean install).I assumed that this was some sort of random glitch and manually downloaded and installed iTunes 10.6.3.After that, I re-installed iLife '11 (from a retail DVD, not the App Store).When I ran Software Update again, it found updates for Garage Band, iDVD, and iWeb, but it did not show the updates for iPhoto and iMovie.I found this to be unnerving, as I performed a clean install when I first obtained this Mini a few months ago and didn't experience any of these problems - all of my Apple software updated automatically through Software Update without a hitch.†

I began researching this problem online and found that other people have been experiencing this same problem (or some variation of it), and it seems like it began appearing around the time Apple updated some of its security certificates in March.In particular, I've found several references to the missing iPhoto update.This one is especially noticeable because an iPhoto library created in iPhoto 9.2.3 will not open in iPhoto 9.0, and this generates an error upon opening the program (i.e., a user backs up their iPhoto library created in 9.2.3, performs a SL clean install, reinstalls iLife, goes through the Software Update process until it shows that no more updates are available, and are shocked to find that they are unable to open their backed up iPhoto library because they have an out of date version of iPhoto).The most common (and admittedly logical) solution proposed in the threads I've read is to download any necessary updates directly from the Apple website.† However, I am curious as to why this previously functional feature now appears to be broken.Has anyone else been struggling with this?¬† Does it indeed have something to do with the new security certificates? Is Apple aware of the problem?

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Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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MacBook Pro :: After Clean Install Snow Leopard, Can't Install Bundled Application (ilife)?

Apr 2, 2012

This is the first time i reinstalled(clean install) my snow leopard on my MBP. All went fine but then i inserted the disc for bundled application (which contains the ilife apps) but it keeps failing. 

It says that "the installation failed. the installer encountered an error that caused the installation to fail. contact the software manufacturer for assistance". 

I've also done my research on this matter. I've gone thru a few steps i tried as below without success: 

1)normal install - fail

2)repair permission - fail

3)install in safe mode - fail

4) install using another admin acc - fail

5) made an image out of the disc and install - fail

6) used a similar disc(my dad's since we have identical version) - fai

7)updated my system and install - fail

8) reinstall the mac - fail 

i cant think of any other solution as im a bit noob when it comes to mac. is there any other things i could try before taking it Apple?

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Applications :: Upgrade To Snow Leopard Or Install Snow Leopard?

Oct 4, 2010

I'm currently using a MBP 13 inch and am running Leopard on it.

I just bought a copy of snow leopard today but i don't know if I should do a direct upgrade from leopard to snow leopard, or wipe my MBP and do a fresh install so i have snow leopard on a clean slate.

Have any of you tried the second option before? Or do any of you have advice on which path I should take?

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IMac :: Unable To Install Clean Snow Leopard / Instructions To Install On Internal Drive?

Dec 20, 2009

The internal hard drive on my early 2009 iMac is being replaced but I have to reinstall Snow Leopard myself.I did search in MRoogle and at Apple and cannot seem to find instructions on how to perform a clean Snow Leopard install on an iMac internal HD.

Can I do this? And if so how? Or do you think I should try and install Leopard on the existing Hd in the iMac? I still have these discs but have to get the SL applications install disc out of my drive (it's stuck and the iMac won't boot past the blue screen).

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Fresh Install Leaves Locked Folder At Top Level (Mac OS X Install Data)?

Jun 5, 2012

I jsut did a fresh install.  wanted to use my SL DVD but the MBP i5 refused to star with it so I used the original DVD (10.5) and upgraded with the SL DVD to 10.6.  However after the initial SL Installation, it tried from the SL DVD and this failed.  I did a manual restart, starting from the HD and everything ran fine.  however today I note there is a locked file on the HD named Mac OS X Install Data.  It contains 181 .pkg files.Now I suppose this should have been moved or deleted as part of the install process.  Can I move them to a file where they belong? 

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MBP, MM, MBP - 10.6 + Windooz XP on a hard partition

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MacBook Pro :: New Snow Leopard Install Vs Factory Install

Jul 14, 2010

Did a search through here but couldn't find anything concrete. What are the differences between a fresh Snow Leopard install and a factory Snow Leopard install? I ask because I bought an Intel SSD and don't know if I should bother cloning the hard drive that will come with my new 15" MBP or I should just install a fresh copy from a Snow Leopard install disc. I'm aware macs come with next to no junk pre-installed, but are there some factory settings that are worth preserving if they aren't documented well?

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MacBook Pro :: Install Snow Leopard But It Can't Install And Eject

Sep 4, 2014

I tried to install Snow Leopard on my MacBookPro but it cannot install and cannot be ejected. I need to eject. 

The reason for this is a long story. My logic board was replaced and my Mac was wiped clean. I am not trying to recover from back up but could not figure out the next step after the recovery finished. So I tried to install OSX from the disk that came with my Mac. Probably not the right corrective action.  

I need to remove the Snow Leopard DVD and finish my recovery.

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: 'Snow Leopard Cannot Install To Computer'

Apr 11, 2012

iMac with 2Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB RAM, plenty of space available and currently operating 10.5.8. Now I want to upgrade to Snow Leopard and since my Mac Mini came with it, I attempted to use the OSX install disc from the Mini in the iMac. I don't see a reason why this shouldn't work. There's no DRM or anything as far as I know. I'm just trying to bridge the gap so I can download Lion. I've looked into some of the advice others have given on this subject but my computer doesn't have those issues. I've tried booting from disc but I get the same message.

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iMac, Mac OS X (10.5.8), iPhone 4

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OS X V10.5 Leopard :: Install Mac Snow Leopard On Apple Power-PC G5?

Apr 14, 2012

is it possible to install mac snow leopard on apple power pc g5

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PowerBook, Mac OS X (10.5.1)

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OS X :: Can Leopard Root Filesystem Be HFSX?

May 25, 2009

Can a Leopard root filesystem be HFSX? If that will work, how do I tweak the installer to make it happen?Also, can I make a user's FileVault be HFSX? I could never make that work in Tiger, weird things happened.

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OS X :: Is It Possible To Install Mail 4.4 From Snow Leopard On Leopard?

Dec 14, 2010

My friend wants Exchange support on mail but is on Leopard. I don't completely feel comfortable installing Snow Leopard on their machine because they don't have a backup, so I was wondering for my peace of mind before tomorrow if anybody had any experience with installing Mail from the Snow Leopard install disc onto Leopard.

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OS X :: Uninstall Snow Leopard And Install Leopard?

Jan 27, 2010

I'm trying to buy a new refurbish that will ship with Snow Leopard. I'm mainly buying it for the HD, RAM, and physical upgrades.

I have Final Cut Studio and Photoshop and I don't want to pay the $299 upgrade and rather stick with leopard on the new machine.

Is there any way I can uninstall Snow Leopard and install Leopard on the new mac so that I can continue to use my software?

I need to know before I purchase the new one ASAP so i can sell my older machine.

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OS X :: Leopard X10.5 Removed Private Folder Under Root

Apr 8, 2009

Just did it by mistake. Now the Mac can not show up the log in screen anymore. How can I recover from it.

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OS X :: Leopard System Files Visible In Root Drive

Oct 29, 2007

I just got done doing an Erase and Install on my MBP. I noticed that in the root Macintosh HD directory, all the Unix system files and directories are visible, unlike Tiger where they were hidden. Is that standard? I just want to make sure I don't have a screwed up preference file somewhere.

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OS X :: Snow Leopard Will Not Install?

Sep 6, 2009

I know better than to buy a new operating system the first week it is introduced, but it sounded so good.
After inserting disc and starting install in my Macbook pro, it seemed to be installing but restarted the computer in about 20 minutes. WOW, fast install I thought to myself. Tried to use new features but realized I still had 10.5.8. Tried to install it again same result. Called apple tech. and they had me doing all kinds of things but determined it was a bad disc. They are sending out a new one ( Apple tech is the best ), I asked if anyone else had experienced the problem and was told YES. I only hope the next one works. I am now reading reports of HP printer problems. I hope the next disc they send will install and not have the printer problems.

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OS X :: Can't Install Snow Leopard?

Oct 1, 2009

I tried to install Snow Leopard and at some point the installation reported an error. After several tries It says my HD needs Registry Activation in order to continue.

I go to Disk Utility and the volume apears, I try to verify and reports error. Then to Repair and error again.

I think I need to Activate Registry, but i can't through the Disk Utility, and via Console can't find the right code.

It's formated Mac Os Plus, and says there're no activated propietaries.

I have lots of information and I'd like to g back and unrun the install process, but don't know how to proceed.

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OS X :: How To Install Snow Leopard Outside Of Mac?

Oct 4, 2010

I have been using mac for a while, but now I face an issue I hope is solveable!

I played around with the menu bar, turned it black on white. Now after messing with the files, I get a -10810 error every time i boot. This happened from placing the original menu bar files back in place.

I am looking to do a fresh clean install of snow leopard. I have an external HD if needed an an external dvd drive. my dvd drive in my macbook is broken.

Can someone please tell me how I can install SL if I cannot get into Mac OS X at all?

I tried safeboot, wont launch, I have tried resetting over and over, it wont get me into mac os x because finder and all my apps have the -10810 error.

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Mac Pro :: Can't Install Mac OS X Snow Leopard?

Aug 31, 2009

Tried to install it as an upgrade to Leopard. Installer starts, but after 7 minutes it ends and after I start Mac OS X again I'm still in 10.5.8. WTF ?

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OS X :: Snow Leopard Won't Install?

Sep 28, 2009

I'll admit... I'm not very techy. However, I could use a hand in trying to upgrade my mini from 10.5.8 to SL. First off, it is an intel machine, but the DVD drive has long been broken. I use an extenal USB connected drive when needed. So, I put the SL disc in, click on the installer, select the drive, etc.. and everything looks great. However, when it gets to the point of installing, it hangs at "45 minutes remaining", then quickly zips to the end. It reboots my computer and I am still on 10.5.8. Tried it multiple times, tried repairing my permissions, etc... No dice.

So, what is my next step? I have everything backed up with time machine (on an external drive), so do I need to wipe the drive clean and start from scratch? How do I do that and keep the iLife programs that came on my computer?

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OS X :: Can't Install Snow Leopard

Feb 12, 2010

I bought snow leopard today and when I insert the disc, the finder pops up with all the usual stuff. When I click the install button, nothing happens.

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OS X :: How To Install Snow Leopard On Mac

Mar 11, 2010

I just installed a new HDD into my Mac Mini

I hit disk Utility

Do I Partition the HDD? what Partitioning?

I just want to install snow leopard onto the new HDD

BTW I want to run boot camp off this HDD later.

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OS X :: Snow Leopard Cannot Install - How To Reinstall

Nov 18, 2010

Long story short, wanted to reinstall the OS cos it was acting up, performance-wise. SuperDrive hasn't functioned in years, so that's a no. Remote Install via PC doesn't work, this feature is limited to MacBook Airs. And finally, an external DVD drive didn't do the job, cos even after starting install - once it reboots, something in the OS tells it not to read from the external. Hours were put into these attempts!

Is there any other possible way to reinstall Snow Leopard?

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OS X :: Fresh Install For Snow Leopard?

Jun 16, 2009

I am thinking of doing a fresh install of snow leopard when it is released. what is the best way of backing up itunes and iphoto?

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OS X :: Clean Install For Snow Leopard?

Aug 27, 2009

there is too much about clean installs now on this forum... and a lot of information conflicts with other information. can someone just have a step by step process of how to do a clean install for snow leopard below.PLEASE no guessing, and only people who have done it please comment.then we can just link people to this thread.

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