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If you’re unable to correct the problems you’re experiencing, then you may wish to consider one of the other installation types (Archive and Install or Erase and Install), in order to end up with a correctly functioning installation of OS X 10.5 Leopard.
My question is: what is the best way to update grep (or any similar program) for the Mac?
I could use Fink or Mac Ports to install a new version and set my path variable to look in the appropriate branch of the file tree, or I could update the grep program in usr/bin, or perhaps there's another approach that I haven't considered.
It includes general operating system fixes that smooth out some bugs and also seems to fix a common issue where battery life was not displaying correctly for some users.
Specifically, it: Resolves an issue that may cause Migration Assistant to unexpectedly quit Improves compatibility when connecting to a Microsoft Exchange server in Mail Addresses an issue playing audio through a Thunderbolt display Resolves an issue that could prevent i Messages from being sent Addresses an issue that could cause the system to become unresponsive when using Pinyin input Resolves an issue when connecting to SMB servers with long names Addresses a issue that may prevent Safari from launching when using a Proxy Automatic Configuration (PAC) file Improves 802.1X authentication with Active Directory credentials.
Thanks in advance, Gregory As you said, you may use Fink, Mac Ports, etc...
That said, I'd certainly be willing to compile the most recent stable release of grep from source and install it in /usr/bin if that's the appropriate method.I realise it used to work in /SLE on 10.9 and 10.10, and indeed there were certain kext cache bugs that required using /SLE in some cases.However, due to SIP, /SLE is no longer writable on 10.11, and the kext cache bugs for /LE are fixed, so I would not be surprised if Apple checked that the kext's signature is Apple's own for /SLE.You're probably better off asking on Apple's forums, or DTS.However, I notice you're using /System/Library/Extensions/ - as this directory has not been intended for third party kexts since 10.19/10.10, and indeed is usually unavailable due to SIP on 10.11 (you evidently have SIP turned off) try /Library/Extensions instead. I am aware that since Mac OS X 10.9 third party kexts should be installed in /Library/Extensions however, the kext was successfully loaded on Mac OS X 10.9, 10.10 and 10.11.1 even if it was installed in /System/Library/Extensions.