Indigo 2.0 Leopard Patch

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Indigo 2.0 Leopard Patch

This Indigo 2.0 Patch DMG fixes a compatibility problem with Indigo 2.0 and Leopard (OS 10.5). The compatibility conflict resulted in Indigo's built-in web server failing to launch correctly.

Note this is not a complete download of Indigo 2.0, but is a patch to be applied after installing Indigo. The patch also works with the public beta of Indigo 3.0. The next release of the 3.0 public beta will have the patched files included.

Lastly, the patch also provides a web server performance increase for Intel Mac users, even those running OS 10.4.

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Re: Indigo 2.0 Leopard Patch

I've updated the Indigo Patch to also fix a file permission issue that prevented Indigo's auto start on user login option from working.
Last edited by matt (support) on Mon Nov 05, 2007 11:25 am, edited 3 times in total.

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Re: Indigo 2.0 Leopard Patch

IMPORTANT: If you install Leopard with the Clean Install option or the Archive and Install option, then you will need to reinstall all of your interface drivers. If you choose the Upgrade option, then your drivers should still be available and all you need is the Indigo patch above.

If you use the PowerLinc 1132U, 1132CU, 2414U or the CM15, then run the Indigo driver installer available here.

If you use the Keyspan USB to serial adapter (for the CM11, MR26, or W800RF32) then get the latest Keyspan driver from their website. If you use another USB to serial adapter (for the CM11, MR26, or W800RF32), then I recommend using this open source driver.

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Re: Indigo 2.0 Leopard Patch

The Indigo Patch has been updated again to fix the permissions of the LaunchAgents folder. This should improve the reliability of the auto start on user login option.

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