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. more...
- 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...
- Mac OS X 10.1 or later