It will also automatically mount appearing bonjour enabled servers
Apparently no longer works. Says "activation server not found".Money thrown away.
After a very very long discussion (in short: "why not remove the silly protection since you terminated the app") developer decided to pay back the payment.
Was a great app when it was supported, sadly development has ceased and isnt supported beyond OSX 10.6
Sadly indeed, but in fact it keeps doing a great service here even on 10.8... Bonjour tout le mond! Aheum... Au revoir
Yep, still rocks for me too. And I got great support from the dev so it seems pretty alive for being dead.
Dead meaning development has ceased. No future updates planned.
@macupdate The Download link seems to be broken. The correct url is: http://bonjourmounter.gestosoft.com/download/Bonjour%20Mounter%203.0.13.zipAlso, the current version is 3.0.13
Thanks for pointing that out, I've updated the listing :)
Failure "The update is improperly signed" when trying to update from 3.0.8 to 3.0.9.
Please could you get in touch with me - it's been 48 hours since I paid for a licence and I haven't heard a thing. You'll have my details from PayPal, or leave me a message here.
please contact email@example.com
Just wondering how long it takes you to send out licence information after purchasing through Paypal?
Usually the license is sent to you in a matter of seconds, if it has not yet reached you it could be that it was sent to your spam folder, please check.
MacUpDate admins: Please change the "Requirements" section.
There are now separate versions for Mac OS X 10.5.x and Mac OS X 10.6.x.
i've tried doing that but your system never let me do it .
The app (trial version) mounted my FTP but I can only read files through Finder. I can't delete, create folder or copy a new file to the FTP address. Is it a bug?
OK. I Google the subject… It seems Finder FTP is still Read only.
Hm.. It doesn't seem to work with Gizzie, my 3.0 jailbroken iPhone 3GS sporting Netatalk.
Pretty weird since all other file browsers show the volume just fine.
Here's the console output:
2009-08-02 11:20:15.923 Bonjour Mounter[350:2f03] Wait Over for for :Host:Gizzie Mount:/
2009-08-02 11:20:15.932 Bonjour Mounter[350:2f03] mount failed for server afp://Gizzie:548//, error == -36
2009-08-02 11:20:29.980 Bonjour Mounter[350:2f03] mount failed for server afp://10.0.1.3:548//, error == -43
2009-08-02 11:20:29.981 Bonjour Mounter[350:2f03] Mount Operation Finished for :Host:Gizzie Mount:/
Any help appreciated.
Error -43 stands for "File or directory not found; incomplete pathname."
"/" is not a network share point name.
if you use finder and connect to your phone, folders should appear.
use the name of one of the folders in the add window's share point text box.
Thanks a lot for the reminder Sandro!
My stupid bad mistake. "root" was quite obviosly the mount point: the 99% work on a Mac made me think it was "/". =/
As a side note: I'm using Bonjour Mounter for wirelessly syncing documents to my iPhone for road use with iStorage. ChronoSync's scheduler handles the job of automatically starting the sync-up as soon as my jailbroken iPhone mounts as a Bonjour network drive via Netatalk.
From this point of view, an option to "Mount All at Startup" (a delay would be necessary I guess) would be the most welcome added feature/option in BM's preferences, so that the phone sync-up would start as soon as I log in or start my Mac up without even a mouse-click! =)
You'd be my hero then, and would donate with the utmost pleasure (although, well, guess I will soon anyways if I keep on with this use of mine).
It works like a charm for me; enabling me to use my Time Capsule drive for itunes.
The only downside is; Bonjour Mounter does not seem to auto-mount when my laptop wakes up from its sleep - it only auto mounts on startup
i'm working on it.
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