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Old 11-27-2007, 11:43 PM
Lyle Lyle is offline
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Originally Posted by GrayFox
What exactly are the problems with Leopard and SuperDuper?
This topic has been discussed to death both here in the forums and on Dave's blog. Here are a few links to get started:
  • Blog updates on Leopard compatibility status from November 16 and November 26.
  • This thread (and others) which discuss the fact that the clones that SuperDuper! makes under Leopard aren't bootable.
  • This thread, which discusses the fact that smart updates don't work yet under Leopard.
  • This thread, which suggests that file permissions aren't restored properly from a SuperDuper! clone of a Leopard disk.

So yeah, I think it's more than just the fact that the cloned drive isn't bootable. There's at least some potential for data loss (in the form of permissions or other metadata). That should be enough to discourage you from experimenting. It is for me, anyways.
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