Friday, January 24, 2003:

Xupport 1.2.4 update
All-In-One Interface for Mac OS X.

Changes in Xupport 1.2.4
* Enable “System file journaling” on any volume
* Unlimited volumes in SWAP file location and BACKUP section
* Independence of Xupport and apple utilities (except Terminal)
* Bugfix: Problem with volumes containing spaces in its names fixed
* Bugfix: “Show all files” function in backup window fixed
* Bugfix: Delay when opening “System” drawer removed

Xupport 1.2 – demo version:

If you are interested in testing Xupport, I will send a full version on demand.

Xupport provides a clean GUI (Graphical User Interface) to configure many
Mac OS X options, that are not or hard to configure manually, and more. It
includes several unix command to optimize and secure your Mac, and
activates features that are disabled by default.

– Access hidden system and finder settings
– Activate “File System Journaling”
– Create bootable backups
– Change SWAP file location
– Optimize system performance
– Change PORTS of Personal File Sharing, Web Sharing and ssh
– Launch servers on specified port (inclusive firewall allow rules)
– Firewall (based on ipfw)
– Turn on/off Guest Access of Apple File Server
– Optimize Network settings for Broadband connection
– Empty Trash regardless of the file’s permissions
– Rebuild the Desktop (rebuild LS files)
– Clear log, scratch and junk files
– Browse hidden folders
– Access Mac OS X standard utilities quickly
– Shortcuts collection
– Error codes collection
– Get many useful informations to configure Mac OSX
– an more …

Restrictions in demo version:
Xupport will launch only 20 times.

Mac OS X 10.2 or higher (AppleScript and BSD installed)

Buy (Kagi)

If you have any questions, I would be glad to answer.

Laurent Muller