Tiger to Snow Leopard

I spent an extremely uneventful couple of hours going from Tiger to Snow Leopard yesterday on my second generation Intel mini. No problems except I had to go through the trouble of selecting my Bounjour printer again. All my preferences were carried over except my wireless network. Which took a second or two to log into. I made sure to install Rosetta and the Office 2004 and Quicken 2006 apps still run just fine. Now I’ve got to transition to the iWork apps.

I was a bit disappointed to see that Snow Leopard’s Airport Admin Utility doesn’t work with my trusty Airport Snow. Sure I could use a new wireless router but with only one Mac active on the wireless network, it’s more than adequate right now. So now I can’t configure my Airport Snow. And I can’t sync my Palm Centro until I by Missing Sync. Not bad.

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