A 'Document Not Found' message currently greets visitors when they head for the link which recently housed Apple's OS X 10.2.8 Update, which was released yesterday.
c|net News reports that Apple released a short statement which said that the update had affected Ethernet networking on a small number of Macs.
""We have temporarily removed the Mac OS X v10.2.8 software update while we resolve an issue affecting Ethernet networking on a small number of Power Mac G4 desktop systems," Apple said in the statement quoted by c|net. "We anticipate that the issue will be resolved soon."
The update is no longer available via Software Update either. At this stage, Apple has not stated when it will repost the update, and no fixes have been offered for machines which may have already been affected.
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