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I am running os 10.4. i am unable to open any folders. i tried control click, opening from sherlock, and opening from the dock to no avail.

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Im on 9.10. You are aware that 10.04 is still in the alpha testing right?? It isnt meant to be put on a machine that you need to be stable. It is NOT stable. Expect ALOT of bugs. Some of the architecture still isnt completed. I would strongly suggest you doing a fresh install of 9.10, at least until 10.04 goes into beta testing. The RC and final will be out in April.

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