05-29-2009 02:43 PM
5/29/09 12:01:16 AM [0x0-0xb00b].com.apple.dock Archive: /private/tmp/threatcon.zip
05-29-2009 02:44 PM
05-29-2009 02:55 PM
I believe this is actually your console.log file. It least that's what it appears to be when I glance through it. When you double click on the liveupdt.log file, it should open up in the Console application. Try copying & pasting from that application. Since Console application also displays the console.log file by default, perhaps you copied & pasted from the wrong window.
05-29-2009 03:14 PM - edited 05-29-2009 03:15 PM
06-01-2009 05:05 PM
Sorry, just getting back from some holiday time off.
If the LiveUpdate log is not there, please try uninstalling the product and re-installing it. In some cases the LiveUpdate installation becomes corrupted and re-installing will fix it.
If you have already tried re-installing, or re-installing does not work, please try running the following command in the Terminal application (which is inside the /Applications/Utilities folder):
Please let me know what the results of this command are.
06-01-2009 05:10 PM
06-01-2009 05:14 PM
Hm, OK. I went through and re-read everything. In the beginning of the thread, you said your proxy is set to "Manual". Do you use a proxy? Is there anything in the Proxies tab--e.g. is the server field filled out for Web Proxy?
If you are unsure (or just want to be thorough, since you seem to be comfortable with the command line) please run the command "scutil --proxy".
If proxies aren't the issue, then something is very wrong. At least LiveUpdate recognizes there's a problem, but finding out what is kind of a pain in the current LiveUpdate.