Using AppleJack, you can repair your disk, repair permissions, validate the system's preference files, and get rid of possibly corrupted cache files. In most cases, these operations can help get your machine back on track. The important thing is that you don't need another startup disk with you. All you need to do is restart in Single User Mode (SUM), by holding down the command and more...
- Snow Leopard compatibility [feature 2845796] (Thanks again to Steve Anthony)
- Improved limits on output from syslog to STDOUT
- Simplified startup of services on Leopard and Snow Leopard
- Fixed bug in creation of user account lists in Snow Leopard where system accounts would show up
- S.M.A.R.T. status verification is now being done in the expert mode. I more...