OS X 10.1 updater published
Apple has silently released its Installer Update for Mac OS X 10.1.
This really is readily available for direct download from Apple’s Site, in addition to in the Software Updates control in Mac OS X. It is made in multiple language versions and made an appearance on Apple’s site late yesterday.
It improves support for installing software updates and, Apple warns, “is needed for just about any future Mac OS X updates”. The organization hasn’t disclosed when the release was thought essential to prevent the type of data-loss problems experienced by a few X-wielding iTunes users earlier this year. It was related to a corrupted installation file.
Apple has additionally released its Address Book Importer. This can be to import emails into Mac OS X’s Address Book from LDIF files. LDIF files are produced by many people applications once they export emails. This update requires OS X 10.1, and won’t use earlier versions from the OS.
Detailed instructions for the treating of songs and playlists on ipod device, its ￡349 Music player, are also released.
Available too for download is QuickTime Streaming Server 4 Public Seed. This can be a trial, pre-release, time-limited form of QuickTime Streaming Server, intended for evaluation and development only. Apple warns that it shouldn’t be utilized inside a commercial operating atmosphere, or combined with important data. The program expires on March 15, 2002.