February 9, 1999, Plainevaux, Belgium. DouWere
(http://www.douwere.com/) is pleased to announce the imminent release
of ToolDeamon, version 1.0. ToolDeamon can be used on any TCP/IP
ToolDeamon makes your MacOS computer remotely accessible to
authorized users, from any platform, through any Telnet client.
Indeed, your MacOS computer becomes a true multi-threaded, multi-user
environment, where logged users can simultaneously take *any* action
on the system.
“ToolDeamon gives a Telnet access to one the most complete and nicest
shell a personal computer ever got (command-line-interface
speaking).”, said Luc Demarche, from Pyramide-Ingenierie.
Unique features — Benefits
ToolDeamon is a great opportunity for anyone who wants to control a
networked Macintosh remotely, from a UNIX system, a Windows PC or
even a PDA.
ToolDeamon can also be used on AppleShare IP servers, to coexist
happily with the WEB server, the mail server or any other TCP/IP
ToolDeamon enlarges the scope of ToolServer (a very nice program
available for free, on Internet, from Apple Computer, Inc) and gives
a new life to the native Macintosh shell (MPW).
ToolDeamon works secretly. It only opens one status window, it only
uses idle time, it has no init code nor system level patches, it only
uses standard system calls as a classical application does.
ToolDeamon can be used on any Macintosh (with System 7 or MacOS 8)
with MacTCP or OpenTransport installed. It runs native on PowerMac.
To start using ToolDeamon, download a free copy of the shareware from
http://www.douwere.com/ and launch the Installer (you won’t even need
to restart your Macintosh). Then, define a user and connect to this
Macintosh with any Telnet client.
DouWere develops cross-platform products with MacOS technologies. Its
number one product, the Mac version of the Belgacom Directory
Services CD-ROM, is a best seller in Belgium.
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