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Synchronize! Pro is a professional-strength file server mirroring, synchronization and backup utility, now accelerated (native) on Power Macs! Asa way of introducing you to Synchronize! Pro, you may use its basic file synchronization and backup features...

Make the Connection is a suite of 4 scripts to ease connections in OS X to any Telnet, SSH, FTP, or SFTP server via Terminal. Each script is nearly identical, allowing quick connections as well as a stored address book. A Make the Connection runs...

Carracho Server turns almost any Internet-connected Macintosh into a powerful chat, news, and file server based on the Carracho protocol. The small memory requirement (less than 2MB) and the multitasking abilities allow you to run a Carracho server in the...

Tenon WebTen

Tenon WebTen 3.0.4

High-performance Apache web server for Mac OS. Includes DNS, FTP, WEBmail, search engine and SSL. Supports WebSTAR plug-ins. A powerful, easy-to-use web server that is five times faster than WebSTAR.What is new in this release: Secure remote...

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HELIOS WebShare enables fast and secure real time file access via any Web browser. Now authorized users can easily use your file server wherever they are, without exposing the server to the Internet. Working with files remotely has never been...

With the eRez Imaging Server you can share, organize, and create dynamic images for any use--from a browser--anywhere--anytime. Enable users on the Internet to zoom in and examine image details. Manually preparing and distributing images for different...

AB for Web

AB for Web 1.2.1

AB for Web publishes - by means of a fast embedded web server - address books through your LAN or intranet. Any Mac OS X, Mac OS 9, Windows or Linux user is able to use your central enterprise address book. No configuration is required. Once launched, AB...

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MountNFS

MountNFS 0.2

On most Unix-based operating systems, filesystems to be mounted at system startup are listed in the /etc/fstab file. The format of this file is described in the fstab(5) man page. While Mac OS X supports /etc/fstab, the preferred method on Mac OS X for...