Liberado: Lion 10.7.1 UPDATE oficial Apple

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Para a felicidade geral dos early users a Apple acaba de liberar o 10.7.1. O update já está disponível via Software update para os usuários do Lion e possui uma versão especial para os Mac mini e MacBooks Air modelos 2011.

Vejam as mudanças trazidas pela atualização:

The OS X Lion v10.7.1 Update is recommended for all users running OS X Lion and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability and compatibility of your Mac, including fixes that:

Address an issue that may cause the system to become unresponsive when playing a video in Safari.
Resolve an issue that may cause system audio to stop working when using HDMI or optical audio out.
Improve the reliability of Wi-Fi connections.
Resolve an issue that prevents transfer of your data, settings, and compatible applications to a new Mac running OS X Lion.
Resolve an issue in which an admin user account could be missing after upgrading to OS X Lion.

Serviço:

Link para download da versão Client: OS X Lion Update 10.7.1 (Client)
Link para download da versão Client para Mac mini 2011 e Macbook Air 2011: OS X Lion 10.7.1 Update for MacBook Air and Mac mini 2011 (Client)
Link para download da versão server: OS X Lion Update 10.7.1 (Server)

 

Fonte 100% copiada de: http://www.applespotlight.com.br/2011/08/16/10-7-1/

Como criar um DVD de instalação do Mac OS X Lion

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Olá galera tudo na paz?

Depois de algum tempo sem postar nada de importante por aqui hoje venho postar sobre um assunto que está no foco de todas as notícias…

Mac OS X Lion, despois que a Apple resolveu dificultar a vida dos hackintoshers de platão lançando Upgrade através de sua loja virtual AppStore… ficamos a nos perguntar: E se eu precisar (diga-se querer) ter um DVD em mãos pra qualquer emergência, como fazer?

Segundo nossa querida apple caso você queira fazer uma instalação “Limpa” você precisa fazer um formatação com o Snow Leopard subir até a versão 10.6.6 e só depois acessar a AppStore e baixar o Lion e fazer uma instalação por cima….. Nesse ponto fiquei meio chateado com a Apple que tanto bato palmas para suas decisões na tangente do Mac OS X… mas vamos lá…. Vou mostrar a vocês como criar um DVD bootável de Instalação do Mac OS X Lion… Esse how to é baseado em um texto de JulioPW publicado no fórum do pessoal do HMBT… foi feito por ele e testado e comprovado por mim com algumas modificações (desculpem me por não ter mais o link do artigo original, caso tenha é só me mandar por comentário que coloco aqui no artigo) será necessário:

→Você precisará do .app baixado diretamente da AppStore Aqui

→Um Mac verdadeiro ou Hackintosh rodando Mac OS X Snow Leopard (poderia indicar o Leopard, mas como acredito que nossos leitores estão sempre atualizados vou indicar o Snow Leopard)

→ 15 ou 20 minutos pra ler e colocar esse how to em prática

 

Vamos lá…

Primeiro vá até o Utilitário de Disco do Mac, Ir/Utilitários

DVD_Lion

 

Agora entre no Utilitário de Disco

DVD_Lion2

 

Na parte superior do Utilitário de Disco Clique em Nova Imagem

DVD_Lion3

 

Na tela que aparecerá, aletere como desejar os campos Salvar Como, Onde e Nome; o restante deixe como na imagem….

DVD_Lion4

 

Verá o processo se seguindo

DVD_Lion5

 

Execute até o local onde salvou o DMG e o execute….

DVD_Lion6

 

Agora vamos usar o ShowAllFiles para mostrar os arquivos ocultos dentro de nosso .app, baixe-o aqui

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7022385/ShowAllFiles.zip

 

Execute-o, clique em Show

DVD_Lion7

 

Agora vá até seu .app baixado da AppStore (o arquivo vem com nome original de Lion Installer e fica originalmente na pasta Aplicativos, eu preferi mudá-lo por uma questão de organização pessoal), clique com o botão direito ou clique secundário e vá em Mostrar Conteúdo do Pacote

DVD_Lion8

 

Entre em Contents/ SharedSupport

DVD_Lion9

 

Execute o InstallESD.dmg

DVD_Lion11

 

Chegará a uma tela assim

DVD_Lion12

 

Pra adiantar as coisas, execute o BaseSystem.dmg

DVD_Lion13

 

Em sua Mesa deverá ter os ícones dos .dmg que montamos até agora…

DVD_Lion14

 

Voltem ao Utilitário de Disco, seu painel da esquerda será mais ou menos assim

DVD_Lion15

 

Dentro do Utilitário de Disco clique no botão Restaurar

DVD_Lion16

 

Em fonte arraste Mac OS X Base System, e em destino arraste aquele DMG vazio que você criou e montou posteriormente na Mesa… Ficando assim (dependendo somente do nome que você deu ao seu .dmg)

DVD_Lion17

 

Agora clique em Restaurar no canto inferior direito

DVD_Lion18

 

Será notificado, clique em Apagar

DVD_Lion19

 

Pediram sua senha (santo sistema de permissões…. é por isso que sou apaixonado por sistema Unix-Like)

DVD_Lion20

 

Demorará em torno de 7 minutos até que essa restauração termine, veja um pouco do processo

DVD_Lion21

 

Agora amigos vá até o disco Mac OS X Install ESD que está na Mesa (Área de Trabalho)

DVD_Lion22

 

Agora copie a pasta Packages para a área de transferência (Command+C)

DVD_Lion23

 

Agora vá no Disco que criamos para que restaurássemos os arquivos necessários e coloque a pasta Packages que acabamos de colocar na área de transferência… Mas Doooguinha como vou saber qual o disco correto para a cópia dos arquivos, existem 2 discos em minha mesa com o mesmo nome…

-Galera, para facilitar na identificação clique com o botão direito ou clique secundário no Disco que deseja tirar suas dúvidas e clique Obter Informações

DVD_Lion24

 

Verão

DVD_Lion25

 

Podem ver que acertamos de prima o disco correto, se não for o seu caso teste com o outro disco montado….  Agora entre na pasta System/Installation

DVD_Lion26

 

Exclua o atalho para a pasta Packages que ali se encontra

DVD_Lion27

 

Agora pessoal, lembram-se daquela pastinha chamada Packages que copiamos do Mac OS X Intall ESD? Isso mesmo que você mais espertinho gritou ai… ela vem pra cá….

DVD_Lion28

 

Pronto galera, agora é só esperar terminar a cópia dessa pasta e partir para o abraço…. quero dizer ao terminar a cópia vamos gravar isso em disco……

Isso pode ser feito usando esse how to

http://www.appunix.com.br/howto/mac-os/como-gravar-iso-no-mac-os-x-sem-software/

levando se em conta apenas que usará agora um .dmg e não um .iso ….

É isso galera, espero que ajude aos tantos usuários Mac e Hackintoshs que tem procurado isso a cada dia em nosso amigo google…. Podem perceber que esse how to é muito parecido com o how to sobre criar um pendrive bootável do Mac OS X Lion que publiquei a alguns dias…. Abraço a todos…..

Obs:Pode ser usado tanto em Hackintohs (com o devido CdBoot) quando em Macs verdadeiros para realizar realmente uma instalação limpa (coisa que nossa querida Apple não quer deixar)….

Aproveitem….

Gostou? Comente, complemente e espalhe!

 

Cansado de Linux, Mac e Windows -> HaikuOs Feito para criativos :P

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O HaikuOs é um sistema baseado em BeOs (vide: http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/BeOS ). É um sistema diferente, simples e amigável.

Foi lançado recentemente o Alpha 3.

Para conferir as notas:

Haiku R1 Alpha 3 Release Notes

These are the release notes for Haiku R1 Alpha 3, our third official release. For this third alpha release, we strove to provide an improved version of Haiku that is more stable, introduces more features for both the end-user and developer, and has a greater chance of properly booting on more hardware.

We have tried hard to make this release as good as possible. Still there are a few known issues and missing features, some of them collected below. Please keep in mind that this is alpha software, which means it is not yet feature complete and still contains known and unknown bugs. While we are mostly confident in the stability of this release, we do not provide any assurances against data loss.

Another goal that has driven the release of the Alpha 3 was to provide current and future Haiku developers an updated and (mostly) stable operating system to work on their software projects. Therefore we have included the basic build tools, along with clients for cvs, svn, git and hg. This release of Haiku is capable of building and running binaries using either GCC 2 or GCC 4. The use of GCC 4 is discouraged however if not absolutely necessary, as no API compatibility is guaranteed with future versions of Haiku.

System Requirements

Haiku currently only works on x86 systems. Minimum memory required is 128 MB. If compiling Haiku within itself, 1 GB of memory is recommended. Haiku has been tested to work on CPUs as slow as a Pentium II 400 MHz, and requires as little as 700 MB of drive space.

New Features

This is a glimpse into some of the more notable improvements and additions to Haiku, since the previous release, R1 Alpha 2. It should be noted that over 950 bugs closed as fixed since R1 Alpha 2. Additionally, more than 250 subtle bugs have been fixed, which were discovered by Coverity.

Improved read (and write support) for various file systems, which includes btrfs, exFAT, ext2, ext3, ext4, NTFS, UDF, and others.

Various enhancements for hardware support, such as IO-APIC, ACPI, video drivers, network drivers and USB.

Gutenprint is utilized to provide additional printer support.

Partial fallback for displaying unsupported glyphs of any font. For example some Japanese and Chinese characters will now display.

MediaKit’s support for decoding and encoding file formats has been improved.

Addition of a general MIDI SoundFont by Tim Brechbill which enables support for many BeOS MIDI applications.

New IMAP implementation. Mails are now synchronized with the server and not just downloaded like in POP3.

The mail daemon replacement (MDR) and parts of the Mail Kit have been rewritten. MDR crashes are fixed now.

Integration of StackAndTile, which was originally pioneered by the University of Auckland (available via setdecor SATDecorator).

Additional window management controls for moving and resizing windows (CTRL + CMD + first mouse button and CTRL + CMD + second mouse button).

Update of the secondary and experimental compiler to GCC 4.4.4 (available via setgcc gcc4).

Support for weak symbols and symbol preemption in GCC 4.

The user interfaces of several programs have been overhauled and include BootManager, DiskUsage, MediaPlayer, ReadOnlyBootPrompt and ShowImage.

The locale support was extended and consolidated to use a single backend (ICU) for both Haiku’s native and POSIX’s locale API. The interface and reliability of the Locale and Time preflet were improved considerably.

More applications now use Haiku’s Layout API, making their GUI’s more resilient to font changes and localization. Furthermore, the layout API has continued to progress towards being stable and public. However, this API is not finalized: it may change at any time, so developers beware.

Support for PAE (Physical Address Extension) was implemented, so that physical memory beyond 4 GiB is used now.

Missing Features

Haiku does not yet support WPA encryption for wireless networking, only WEP encryption is supported.

Package management is still being developed and is not included in this release. For the time being, a temporary script is included to help install a small set software (available via installoptionalpackage).

USB keyboards attached to OHCI or to USB 2.0 hubs do not work in Kernel Debugging Land (KDL). They need to be connected to UHCI root ports to work in KDL. Also note that when entering the kernel debugger by means of a panic it is possible that the keyboard does not work. To work around this issue you can manually enter the kernel debugger once and leave it again to enable the USB keyboard.

Known Issues

LiveCD and first boot performance: After an initial installation or a boot into LiveCD mode, some background tasks are executed to finish the installation setup. This is known to degrade performance. On hard disk installs this usually is not a problem as the tasks are done quickly. In LiveCD mode the performance hit is more prominently visible due to the usually bad seek performance on CDs. Since the CD is read-only, this setup takes place on every start of the LiveCD. On writable media it will only be done once, so further boots shouldn’t experience the same delays.

Font rendering, while improved due to the expired font hinting patent, is still not optimal. Due to the uncertain situation about patents, the official release has disabled code, which is known to be patented. This sadly includes the subpixel code used by FreeType. Once the situation is better understood and a decision has been made, subpixel font rendering may get re-enabled for official releases.

Haiku’s ACPI support, which is enabled by default, might cause problems on some hardware. ACPI can be disabled in the boot loader’s safe mode options menu.

Copying large amounts of data from faster to slower disk drives (like USB sticks) can cause the system to start paging.

The Haiku boot loader has been reported to hang on some hardware.

Support for localization/internationalization is still a work in progress. Some applications might only be partially translated and have issues with long strings in languages other than English.

Firmware for some wireless network cards need user acknowledgement, prior to their intsallation. This includes Broadcom 43xx, Intel ipw2100, Intel ipw2200 and Marvell 88W8335. As a temporary measure, a script is included to assist in this process (available via install-wifi-firmwares.sh).

Source Code

The source code of Haiku itself, the source code of the required build tools and the optional packages (except for closed source ones) is made available for download at: http://www.haiku-files.org/files/releases/r1alpha3/sources/

Reporting Issues

There are over 2000 open tickets on Haiku’s bug tracker and over 5000 closed items. If you find what you believe to be an issue, please search our Trac to see if it has already been reported, and if not, file a new ticket: http://dev.haiku-os.org/

To see the list of tickets reported in Haiku R1 Alpha 3, visit http://dev.haiku-os.org/wiki/R1/Alpha3/ReportedIssues

For information about major issues that have been fixed since the release, visit http://dev.haiku-os.org/wiki/R1/Alpha3/ReleaseAddendum

For more help see the ‘Welcome’ link on the Haiku desktop, or visit the Haiku Project’s website at www.haiku-os.org.

 

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