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OS 10.4 - What's The Significance Of This Date?


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A folder named User Template in Computer > Library > System cannot be accessed, even by the administrator. It has a red circle with a white horizontal line in it.

Its Info date is 1 April 1976, it does not state the size of the folder and contents, and access is denied. Very odd. Also a couple of OS X applications have that same date. I'm aware of the significance of that date in the annals of Apple history, but in OS 10.4.11?

What gives?
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maybe a "very old" april fool joke

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It contains the templates for new users

Mine says february 2007 (when Tiger was Installed I guess), maybe your macs clock had reset it self to OSX's year zero when you installed Tiger
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