Updating to 1 1 2

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Version 1.14 introduced 4 patch-level options that will influence how gem versions are resolved. Note that versions outside the stated patch level could still be resolved to if necessary to find a suitable dependency graph.

One of the following options can be used: When Bundler is resolving what versions to use to satisfy declared requirements in the Gemfile or in parent gems, it looks up all available versions, filters out any versions that don't satisfy the requirement, and then, by default, sorts them from newest to oldest, considering them in that order. For example, if gem 'foo' is locked at 1.0.2, with no gem requirement defined in the Gemfile, and versions 1.0.3, 1.0.4, 1.1.0, 1.1.1, 2.0.0 all exist, the default order of preference by default ( are used, it would be "1.1.1, 1.1.0, 1.0.4, 1.0.3, 1.0.2".

remember to CHMOD 777 both the updater files you copied to System, as to make them world-readable by any boot-time unix system user ids* however "System Profiler.app" should now report "macmini2,1" hardware revision.

Same problems as I had - and all his attempts to find a solution.

(Of course I asked if he tried the usual tips - DL/combo updaters, reset pram/nvram/smc, clearing caches, check for corrupted prefs/files, etc.

And by also editing (disabling) the logic board checks inside the Mac OS X's main installer script.

(the correct requires unpacking / repacking first by Pacifist to access that script).

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