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Old 01-28-2004, 09:57 AM
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Apple Software Update problem after using SuperDuper

I used SD to clone my OS X boot drive to a larger second internal drive. Everything worked great, and I seem to have proper access to all of my documents and applications. I have found, however, that I cannot use Apple's Software Update feature. I receive an error which states that I need to have permission to write to

/tmp/501/TemporaryItems/com.apple.SoftwareUpdate

I have tried to use Disk Utility to repair permissions, but the error persists. I have manually downloaded the 1-26-2004 Security Update and the installer runs, but it tells me that my new boot volume does not meet the requirements for the update. Is it possible that some invisible files did not copy properly to the new drive?
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