This version is now deprecated, consult the downloads page for a link to the latest version.
This release corrects a minor bug that was reported by several users when pfix was run under OS X 10.5.x “Leopard”. I took the opportunity to clean up a few other things while I was at it.
- -Corrected minor syntax errors for correct operation of pfix under OS X 10.5.x “Leopard”.*
- -Improved syntax usage to adhere to expected syntax and ensure error free operation in the future.
- -Corrected minor typo and altered some of the displayed information for clarity.
* When pfix 3.0 was run under OS X 10.5 “Leopard” it was reported to display an “kextcache: illegal option — q” error. Apparently the -q “quiet” option either does not function correctly or is not available on the previous version of kextcache that is available under Leopard. As a result completely quiet operation has been disabled when pfix 3.1 is running under 10.5, it will simply use -v 0 (lowest verbose mode) instead. If you desire a different level of verbosity use the -v # flag as described in the pfix –help output. (# being any number between 0 and 6 as described in the man page for kextcache).