An important heads-up: If you’ve got APE installed, you should upgrade to Leopard with a Clean Install or Archive and Install, not an upgrade. People doing upgrades with (apparently outdated versions of) APE installed are getting stuck at a blue screen after the installation. Love the way Apple’s support document puts quotes around “enhancement” when describing what APE is.
(My upgrade advice still stands — APE is the sort of “unholy diddling with system software” that warrants a Clean Install.)
Update: Unsanity’s Slava Karpenko has acknowledged the problem on Unsanity’s weblog.
★ Sunday, 28 October 2007