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Deploying Adobe Reader

Category: Techie
11 Apr 2012
Written by Andy Hits: 4928

Every quarter, adobe get round to releasing their latest security updates for Adobe Reader.  To roll them out across the network, rather than going to each individual workstation, and logging in/running as an admin we deploy as much as we can with msi files.  However, only the major versions of adobe reader come as a stand alone msi file, the rest are msp files, which patch the version to be the latest.

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Macbook Upgrade

Category: Techie
02 Apr 2012
Written by Andy Hits: 7465

it seems like its time my macbook got an upgrade.  Its circa 2008/09 core 2 duo, and is still on leopard. I'd got used to using iPhoto for my basic photo duties, importing, raw processing etc. But it doesnt support the raw files made by my A65.  This seems a little odd, given that its the same suffix as the raw files from my a100, of .arw.

The question is what next?  Stump the money to order snow-leopard and then be able to upgrade to lion, or do something crazy, like convert it to ubuntu (thanks Jon for the idea!). Picassa supports the new raw files, and runs natively on OS X, so perhaps its a bit of a solution looking for a problem, and I just need to have a propper tidy up of the disk, as files have accumulated over the time I've been using it

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