Mac Software Hotfix (0.9.3712.831)

To all Live Mesh customers who have experienced crashes with the 0.9.3712.831 version of the Live Mesh for Mac software: A new version of the software that resolves this issue is now available.

Please update or reinstall Live Mesh for Mac to receive the new version. If you continue to encounter problems, please let us know.

Thank you,

The Live Mesh Team.


Comments (14)
  1. Drew says:

    Hey that’s awesome, I didn’t have any crashes yet and already the bugs I don’t have are being fixed. I wish all my software was updated this promptly!

    Thanks for such a wonderful program!

  2. CKurt says:

    Is the any word on when the update will happen to change the moe.exe in the loe.exe? And the ctp-beta will merge with the mesh-beta?

    Is it days, weeks , months , year away? Even if the app’s where not available right away. I would love to be able to navigate my own mesh and try and build some basic app’s to retrieve my data.

  3. Albert Llado says:

    After updating the application continues to crash.

    (I have now version 0.9.3715.831)

  4. Robert says:

    Thanks, this seemed to solve my crashing problems. Will continue to test.

  5. Vlad says:

    Thread 15 crashed with X86 Thread State (32-bit):

     eax: 0x3fd98cac  ebx: 0x3fb25359  ecx: 0x00000000  edx: 0x00000001

     edi: 0x05cbc6c0  esi: 0x00e14c20  ebp: 0xb06b61bc  esp: 0xb06b6154

      ss: 0x0000001f  efl: 0x00010282  eip: 0x8fe18c02   cs: 0x00000017

      ds: 0x0000001f   es: 0x0000001f   fs: 0x0000001f   gs: 0x00000037

     cr2: 0x05cc09f0

    Ever since I upgraded on the 16th, Live Mesh will crash every time it tries to synchronize. I get the error, "The application LiveMeshAgent quit unexpectedly" from Mac OSX.


  6. Antonio says:

    I have a Mac. Is it to late to enroll in the mesh beta for Mac?

  7. Kevin says:


    I understand what protects my data from hackers, but what protects my data from microsoft employees? Surely anyone at Microsoft can look at my data stored in the cloud?



  8. Aaboe says:

    I recently changed my Windows Live password from a weak 6 character code to a stronger 20 character (upper/lower+numbers) code.

    Worked everywhere, but on the iMac i can not sign in using the livemesh software.

    After changing the password to a short 10 character version it works everywhere. Can the mac version of the live mesh software only handle passwords that are "short"?

    Thanks – great product!


  9. Horace Ho says:

    Still crashing…

    0.9.3715.831 on MacBook Air

  10. Bastoss says:

    Very good product. Thanks from the Mac Fans!

  11. MSDN Archive says:

    @ Aaboe,

    There is no limit to the length of passwords that is specific to Live Mesh for Mac, though there are certain "extended" characters that can cause problems.  The good news is that we will have a fix for this in the not-too-distant future.

    If you continue to have problems, you may want to visit our support forums:

  12. mpjohnsn says:

    Still crashing on OS 10.5.6, mesh vers 0.9.3712.831

  13. Bob says:

    Live Mesh for Mac has started crashing again. I haven’t been able to launch the application since Feb. 9.

  14. Nigel Jones says:

    When livemesh was originally released linux support was mentioned.

    I have a W7 beta system, 2 Vista systems, linux laptop, linux based NAS (buffalo linkstation), (& we have several S60 devices). This may well be added to by a linux or windows netbook

    I need these systems to work together well. I use all of them and the NAS is great in unifying storage in the home.

    I’d like to extend this to the cloud, but for the best experience I’d like the linux-based NAS & laptop to fully participate

    Are we likely to see this extension?

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