It’s been a long wait for Leopard users, but 10.5.2 is now available from software update or from the Downloads section of the Apple website.
The full list of fixes contained within the update is available here.
At 180MB the update isn’t as large as originally predicted.
Update: After downloading the 10.5.2 update, there’s another update available via Software Update – Leopard Graphics Update. The update is also available from Apple Downloads here.
Since I posted this, there have been 3 more builds of Mac OS 10.5.2 seeded to developers with the latest build going out today. There’s no date yet for the public release of 10.5.2,
According to InsanelyMac, Apple have just released a new build of the 10.5.2 update to developers, with the public release due to be made on Friday 25th January.
I’ve been waiting for this release for quite a while now, and I’ll be hoping that SMB support is fixed, so I won’t have to go through a convoluted process to get Leopard to recognise my NAS drive.