You don't need to be a UNIX geek to edit your UNIX configuration files. You just need a little TMA. We consider TMA to be the Missing OS X Utilities - because it allows you to edit important configuration files (like restricting user access to ftp and telnet, etc) in a user friendly graphical interface.
- graphical user interface which allows you to inspect, edit, change, and create configuration files such as: hosts.allow, hosts.deny, motd, shells, ftp users, ftpchroot, ftpwelcome (and others!)
- enables/disables services in the inetd.conf file
- TMA databases your updates in an encrypted format. Didn't like your more...
Note: This is an interim release to provide Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar compatibility (It is also compable with Mac OS X 10.1). A major release is in the works and due shortly. The major update will require Mac OS X 10.2.
- If you are running a preview or previous release of TMA and copy the release TMA over and replace the old copy, you will lose your revision history and ip filters database. The more...
RequirementsMac OS X 10.1 or later
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