If your wi-fi’s been flaky since installing Leopard (mine was disappearing every few seconds, forcing me to turn Airport off and back on again each time), this might be the answer:
* Find the AppleAirPort2.kext file in Macintosh HD/System/Library/Extensions and delete it
* Launch Software Update and install (or reinstall) the Login & Keychain update
It did the trick on my Powerbook, anyway.
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Still haven’t upgraded… bit scared, to be honest. I’m still getting used to the iMac!
I got my very first Mac (a gorgeous 24″ iMac) a couple of weeks ago. It came with Tiger but I got the Leopard disk after a few days and upgraded.
AirPort as been fine for me, although there have been a couple of oddities. The Dock disappeared for a few minutes for some reason (and came back of its own accord) and iPhoto has complained a couple of time when rotating photos. But, so far I’m seriously impressed – it’s such an easy to use OS
Oh, a 24″, eh? Well I was going to get one of those but I thought it was a bit pretentious. Plus I was a bit short of mumble mumble…