case sensitive Leopard install fails
Looks like the installer assumes a case insensitive file system on Mac OS X. Leopard now offers a true case sensitive file system. Thus some actions during the installation process fail although it states the install was complete. The console shows the errors.
#3 Updated by Chad Berkley over 13 years ago
The installer is now performing a case-sensitive install and I have made sure to use correct case on all files being copied individually by the installer. I do not believe this to be an issue any longer. Please re-open this bug if any problems are found with case with the new installer for kepler 2.0.