502 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Nov 2, 2008 8:26 AM by Michael Conniff
How was Leopard installed on your machine? Did it come with the machine, or did you update from Tiger? If so, how? An Upgrade, or an Erase & Instal?
I ask because messages like your second one were very common in Tiger and before (and were no big deal) but I don't recall seeing them in Leopard, so I'm just wondering if your installation was different in some way.
I haven't seen your first message anywhere; but note that it says "NOTE", rather than "Warning" or "Error".
Even if we could establish the origin of the messages, there is unlikely to be a fix other than some future Software Update.
My installation was factory installed on a refurbished machine. I used Migration Assistant to bring my data from a PB G4 running 10.4.11.
OK, it is possible you brought over a bad (funny?) plist with you. If you are still concerned, you can do a quick check using Terminal:
Open the Terminal (from /Applications/Utilities) and copy and paste the following into the Terminal window followed by a return:
plutil -lint *.plist | grep -v OK
Any .plist file it doesn't like will be listed: if it just comes straight back to the prompt, like mine does, it can't find any problem.
If you do find a problem, post and let us know.