That's not a good thing, because not only does it mean there won't be any more security patches from Apple, but many third parties have already stopped releasing updates compatible with these operating systems as well.For now, the only security-related update Apple is still releasing for Snow Leopard is its XProtect "[un]Safe Downloads List," but there's no way of knowing for sure how much longer Apple will continue to update it.
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Unfortunately, nobody knows for certain how long Apple will continue to release security patches or XProtect updates for any given operating system.
Although Microsoft publicly announces its support timetables for Windows, and the Ubuntu Linux company Canonical does likewise, Apple has never given any official word to the public regarding how long each version of Mac OS X or i OS will continue to receive security updates, and Apple consistently ignores press inquiries about when levels of support will be dropped for its operating systems.
Meanwhile, the now three-generations-old Lion operating system is currently still getting both XProtect and i Tunes updates.
However, these will likely be just about the only things Apple continues to update for Lion over the next year.
It is now possible to upgrade Fink to take full advantage of the gcc 3.3 compiler, or to use OS X 10.3 if you have that installed.
Both source users and binary users can upgrade; however, at present the binary version is much more stable and reliable than the source version.
Apple today seeded the third beta of an upcoming mac OS Sierra 10.12.6 update to developers, two weeks after seeding the second 10.12.6 beta and a month after introducing mac OS Sierra 10.12.5.
mac OS Sierra 10.12.6 can be downloaded through the Apple Developer Center or through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store.
Running "fink selfupdate" should perform the upgrade for you.
The latest version of the fink package manager will automatically detect which version of OS X and which version of gcc you have installed, and will adjust itself accordingly.
If you wish to do a fresh install of Fink on a 10.3 system, we recommend bootstrapping from source, starting from fink-full-0.6.1gz available on fink's sourceforge download page. Also note that once you have Fink version 0.15.0 or higher, you do not need to install system-xfree86 anymore.