Apparently, the update had problems. I checked this morning at 3:30 and now I
see NO update available, nor a history of it having been updated by me locally.
Perhaps something was actually wrong (surprise) with the released update, and
they’re fixing it now.
> On Feb 3, 2018, at 5:42 PM, Jonathan Fletcher <li...@fletcherdata.com> wrote:
> On Feb 3, 2018, at 4:38 PM, "preston....@twc.com" <preston....@twc.com> wrote:
>> After install attempts using five variations, I’ve tried one that has gone
>> around the fact that the links I tried did not allow an overwrite of the
>> ACTIVE system. I then restarted using my backup system disk (external
>> independent start-up HD). Using a saved d/l of a specific link for updating
>> over an existing Mac OS X ver. 10.13.2, I updated the main/primary system HD
>> when NOT active. This worked.
>> Can anyone explain why?
> Well, isn’t it obvious, Russ? This was the time you finally went ahead and
> sprinkled the chicken blood on it.
> So many people forget that the tech gods are very needy and won’t give up
> easily without some kind of tribute. All the tech gurus know this, even
> though they won’t admit it.
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