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On Jan 28, 2008, at 18:56:37, Theodore J. August wrote:
On 1/28/08 3:42 PM, "Dan Shoop" <email@hidden> wrote:
Had you ordered Mac OS X Server software with your machine you would
most likely have not had this problem.
I am close to purchasing a Mac Pro as a netboot server for a
doesn't have a nice rack for an XServe. When speaking with our
Apple Rep, I
was told that when you order OS X Server with the Mac Pro, you get the
retail copy of OS X Server in the box, but the computer is imaged
with OS X
Client (along with its own build).
If this is the case, then ordering the Mac Pro with OS X Server at
time would not fix this, since, OS X Server is not a custom build
particular hardware (where as OS X Client) is. Therefore anyone
with a Mac
Pro running server is stuck with the bug until 10.5.2 is released.
This has been reported to me by a source at apple (who will remain
nameless) that there will not be a special fix released for the Mac
Pro to fix this bug, the fact that it can run the server software
doesn't mean it was designed for it or that the server software was
designed to run on a Mac Pro.
Has anyone else heard this from their Apple rep, or is mine full of
not trying to fan the fires here, just trying to make the correct
on a purchase.
This isn't a huge deal, as I can wait until 10.5.2 is released, if
what fixes it, but, its good to know whether there are custom
builds for OS
X Server and the Mac Pro if they are ordered together.
There are no custom fixes, the bug exists and will at a minimum
affect the new Mac Pro's when OSXS is installed until apple releases
the fix and there's no guarantee that the fix will be included in the
10.5.2 server release, that is apple's official position on the matter.
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