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  • Re: Mac Download Problems Metathread

    The 6.0a update finally fixed this problem for me, along with the steps under "Change URL Download Method" on the Logos page dedicated to this bug .
    Posted to General by Scott Stringer on Fri, Nov 28 2014
  • Re: Mac Download Problems Metathread

    I was hopeful about OS X 10.10.1. Alas, as expected it was of no help. Still sitting at 4.6 GB of download with no progress even after letting it run all night. Starting/stopping the download when it stalls updates 20 or 30 MB at a time, but that's like filling a pool with a thimble. I'm stuck.
    Posted to General by Scott Stringer on Tue, Nov 18 2014
  • Re: Mac Download Problems Metathread

    [quote user="alabama24"] There are some threads with MANY suggestions, but I have one for you to try. Keep your WIFI & Blutooth off and use ethernet Make sure "automatic downloads" is turned off in logos settings. restart your computer open up "activity monitor" in OS X utilities, and click on the "network" tab wait a minute to see if Logos starts indexing
    Posted to General by Scott Stringer on Mon, Nov 10 2014
  • Re: Mac Download Problems Metathread

    Thanks. Will a direct download and install of L6 engine automatically overwrite the L5 engine? Because the "normal" way to install an upgrade is through the update process, Logos doesn't provide any guidance for forcing an overwrite.
    Posted to General by Scott Stringer on Mon, Nov 10 2014
  • Re: Mac Download Problems Metathread

    5.2b currently (with 6.x in the cue for download)
    Posted to General by Scott Stringer on Mon, Nov 10 2014
  • Re: Mac Download Problems Metathread

    I'm still seeing this same problem on OSX 10.10.0, Logos 5.0, early 2014 MBP. I had about 1 GB of updates pending that wouldn't load. I upgraded to L6 with a package update as well, which boosted my update download requirement to about 5 GB. The most I've been able to download in one shot is about 3% before it stalls. I've tried pausing indexing, allowing
    Posted to General by Scott Stringer on Mon, Nov 10 2014
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