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Before: Requirements: 1. A basic knowledge of Terminal Steps: 1. Open Terminal.
Type sudo nano -w /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist Does the file path look familiar from my last tutorial? You will be prompted for your password. You won’t see it on your screen. Press Enter again. Use the arrow keys to navigate to the end of the 10.6.2 under ProductUserVisibleVersion and erase the version number. Enter in a version number of your choice. Repeat for the version number displayed under ProductVersion.
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Press X (Control-X) to exit. It will ask you if you wish to “save modified buffer.” Press y. It will then ask for a file name to write. Press Enter to accept the default. Exit Terminal. After: Needless to say, to reverse this process, just follow the steps again, changing the version number back to the original system version.
Tags: 86 Responses to “Tutorial: Change Mac OS X System Version” • • •. Joel Heh, yes I did the very same thing, in order to get the iBooks Author program to work under Snow Leopard. Trouble is, I ran Software Update after and it wanted to download a new version of Safari & iTunes, which I didn’t give a second thought.
Upon restart, the same issue arises with most apps: they won’t launch. System Preferences, 3rd Party apps and TextEdit remain unaffected, though.
I reversed the edits to the.plist file and rebooted, but the same issues persist. I’m enabling root user, now, I’ll see if I can’t launch the apps from there. Joel Just in case anybody else runs into this issue, repairing the Disk Permissions with Disk Utility (found in your Applications/Utilities folder) will solve the problem of applications not launching (including the Installer). However, it won’t solve the problem of needing to downgrade your version of, say, Safari, if you happened to update it using your falsified OS X version number. In order to do that, it seems a full reinstall of a Combo Update package for whatever OS you were using (Leopard, Snow Leopard) is required. Guillermo Velasco Hi. I just suffered this morning the issue that makes my computer unusable.
I was using 10.6.8 and changed a few times to 10.7 without problem. I think some problem may be if I were changed it to 10.8 (I don’t remember), but I always changed back to 10.6.8 after the soft prove.
I don’t have another Mac, and the DVD reader doesn’t work anymore. I hope this works if not glup! If you know a way to restore the issue from Single-Mode, thank you. I can’t fix permissions due I can only boot from my main disk. After all day looking for a solution, I’m going to go to a friend that have another Mac, and I will try to re-install Mac OS via Firewire. It’s my last chance 🙁 g.
Guillermo Velasco YAEH, I FIXED IT!!!! It was a SILLY THING. I wrote a “+” by mistake in the code of the “systemVersion.plist” file.
It was the thing that makes Mac go crazy. To fix the file, do this: Boot in Single Mode (command + S) First, make the two commands to make disk writable: /sbin/fsck -fy (several times until you don’t get the **** CHANGED ***** message.
Only the “OK” /sbin/mount -uw / Then: sudo nano -w /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist And check if you typed anything that must not been there. Delete, save and reboot. I got my Mac live again. I was almost to throw the towel Not working DVD drive, not working Firewire UFFfffffffff. Tony Hey, great tip! Say, after the “Needless to say.” part, it should be noted that you need to say “after installing whatever it is you needed to, reverse this process in the Terminal BEFORE you restart your machine. Otherwise, not more Terminal for you!” As a save, you could have the actual Terminal Utility from the older version you tricked your Mac into thinking it was saved to an external drive somewhere, open it on your Mac with the identity crisis, and change it back that way What a Riiiiiiiiide!
Deepansh stupid Is it ok to temporarily downgrade Yosemite 10.10 to Mavericks 10.9? I need to install an older version of R that says it works on OS X 10.5 and later, but for some reason fails to recognize 10.10 as “later” than 10.5. (is this a bug or something? It sounds really stupid if Apple hasnt fixed this yet). One of the forums advised temporarily changing the version name to 10.9, and R will then recognize it later than 10.5 The concern that i had was, what if i downgrade and then crash my system or do some irretrievable damage? I read somebody saying switching should not be tried between OS with different names, but I dont know if downgrade is safer than upgrade? Genuine advice sincerely appreciated, Deepansh •.
Deepansh Is it ok to temporarily downgrade Yosemite 10.10 to Mavericks 10.9? I need to install an older version of R that says it works on OS X 10.5 and later, but for some reason fails to recognize 10.10 as “later” than 10.5.
(is this a bug or something? It sounds really stupid if Apple hasnt fixed this yet). One of the forums advised temporarily changing the version name to 10.9, and R will then recognize it later than 10.5 The concern that i had was, what if i downgrade and then crash my system or do some irretrievable damage?
I read somebody saying switching should not be tried between OS with different names, but I dont know if downgrade is safer than upgrade? Genuine advice sincerely appreciated, Deepansh •. Hi my name is Jacqueline and I just wanted to drop you a quick note here instead of calling you. I discovered your Tutorial: Change the OS X Version by modifying systemversion.plist page and noticed you could have a lot more hits.
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So here are the steps i took to repair it My System: ASUS P8P67 Pro 3.0, EVGA Geforce 210, Intel i5 2500k, 16bg ddr3. Access your desktop via safe mode (-x). Once in your system, all apps will be XXX out so you cant edit the plist file. Instead copy the file to your networked cpu. In my case i was able to access my shared drive on my Windows machine sitting on the same LAN network.
Accessed my network drive. 3, Copy and paste the SysteVersion.plist file to your networked drive. Open file using any text editor (in my case notepad in Win8).
Make the correction to plist file then save it 6. Go back to your hackintosh (or real mac system) and refresh the folder. Copy the editied file from your network drive to the /library/CoreServices folder. Click ok to replace. Restart and open desktop again, Use safe mode if necessary. Open Disk Utilities. Verify & repair Disk permissions..
Restart, and it shoud be working now with your new software installed. This is how i got Pro Tools 10 HD to install in Yosemite 10.10.4 Hope this helps somebody out there!!!
Kevin I’ve read most of the comments here. A few things I want to say.
I used this technique to very easily install Pro Tools 10 on my new iMac that came loaded with 10.10.3 Yosemite. I just switched the Product Version back to like 10.7.3 or something like that. It installed, didn’t require reboot, and then I changed the version back via the sudo command to 10.10.3.
It seems people are having issues once they reboot their system and before they change the product version back to it’s actual version. If I change the product version to something like 10.7.4, and then I try to view the information within the About This Mac tab the window never appears. Once I change it back the window appears. Additionally, if I change the product version to anything within 10.10 the window WILL appear. For instance, if I change the version to 10.10.7 the About This Mac window will open. NOW I have one issue.
I’ve noticed that the formatting of the product version tricks a lot of apps. For instance, I’m attempting to install Reason 7. Movicon 11 1 Cracker. Since the product version of OS X i’m running is “10.10.4” Reason 7 reads it simply as “10.4!” You can see my issue. Reason 7 won’t install on OS X prior to like 10.7 I think. So, 10.4 is obviously way out of the question.
Does anyone know if I were to change the product version from All Breaks 300 Essential Drum Breaks. 10.10.4 to say 10.10.7 in order to trick reason in to thinking my OS X is version 10,7 and then reboot before changing it back (because the Reason 7 installer requires a reboot immediately after installation) I would encounter a major issue? Or would I be fine since the overall version would still remain the same?
****PROBLEM SOLVED**** Woooow. This is a great solution. Thanks, Justin, You saved a lot of time and money. I was trying for several days to install ProTools HD 10 on my MacBook. But the installer only works till Mavericks, and I was using Yosemite.
Easy enough I followed this tutorial and got it installed. But the problem that comes after was hard to solve, but reading the comments I was able to solve it. I’m with Tony. It lacks on the last tip.
It should be: “Needless to say.” part, it should be noted that you need to say “after installing whatever it is you needed to, reverse this process in the Terminal BEFORE you restart your machine. Otherwise, not more Terminal for you!” Vaughn, you’re the guy!! Great solution. Just go to ( ), download it, unzip it e do the sudo again. Works absolutely perfect. But you will need an app to extract the zip.
I always have third parts apps to unzip for several reasons. So I used The Unarchiver and boooom. (Keka, iPackr iZip an others also remained useful during the problem). Egtest Thanks for this. There are many reasons to do this for people who don’t know, e.g. If you want to install R 2.14.2 on Yosemite or El Capitan, the installer will tell you you can’t, as your system is “too old” (since the installers don’t know how to handle two digit final version numbers). R 2.14.2 works perfectly fine on new systems, it is just an installer bug.
So, switching the SystemVersion plist to 10.7, installing, then switching back to 10.11 is a perfect fix. But, it also breaks many, many, many things. So yes you should switch back right afterwards. Chuck Kahn Changing El Capitan from 10.11.6 to 10.9.5 messed up the system. Multiple applications were confused. Terminal wouldn’t launch.
Chrome wouldn’t load web pages.dmg files wanted to be opened with mplayer. Fortunately I saved the original SystemVersion.plist in Dropbox and Dropbox was still able to sync so I could drag the original back to CoreServices folder. Also, Terminal in Recovery mode doesn’t have access to sudo or nano commands, so the attempt to re-edit the file in Recovery Mode failed also. Failed to load latest commit information. Glmnet for Matlab - Lasso (L1) and elastic-net regularized generalized linear models Extremely efficient procedures for fitting the entire lasso or elastic-net regularization path for linear regression, logistic and multinomial regression models. The algorithm uses cyclical coordinate descent in a pathwise fashion Algorithm designed by Jerome Friedman, Trevor Hastie and Rob Tibshirani..
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