ResurrXtion
ResurrXtion
1.0

4.0

ResurrXtion free download for Mac

ResurrXtion

1.0
23 June 2003

Auto boot your Mac after shutting down.

Overview

ResurrXtion can automatically boot your Mac after you turned it off. Apple omitted this from OS X.

What's new in ResurrXtion

Version 1.0 adds the following:
  • Custom booting now available. This completes all the features I intended this application to handle. Preferences behave better.
  • System Information tab now actually shows something useful.
  • The app now has an interactive clock.
  • A better icon. That original one wasn't so hot.

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Anonymous
07 June 2003

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no, sorry but appe did not forget it, they classed it as a server type operation, the setting is in OS X Server, but not plain OS X.
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Version 0.6
Russ
16 December 2003
After downloading and trying to run the package, I get an error message that say's "the preinstall script was either not readable or not executable". I am running OS 10.2.8.
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Version 1.0
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Thecause
Thecause
14 October 2004
I get the exact same message after trying to install it on two seperate harddrives running 10.2._ :(
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Version 1.0
Jeff7
03 October 2003
I REALLY miss this OS 9 feature but it doesn't want to install on my G4 gigabit with an upgraded processor (Powerforce G4 1.2 Dual). Is it because of the upgrade?
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
10 July 2003
When set schedule to "daily", at 18:00 for example. 1st day, at 9:00 manualy turn on, and at 17:00 manualy turn off. Then at 18:00 ResurrXtion works good, and turn on automaticaly.(some programs work automaticaly.) 2nd day, at 9:00 manualy turn on, and at 19:00 manualy turn off. This day ResurrXtion is not work, because computer is already turn on at 18:00. 3rd day, at 9:00 manualy turn on, and at 17:00 manualy turn off like 1st day. But, this day, ResurrXtion DO NOT WORK at 18:00. My computer is eMac 800Mhz, OS X10.2.6
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
24 June 2003
Ah, I forgot about the prefpane. Yes, it's on my list of things to do.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
24 June 2003
I can only support what I own, and that's 3 G4's (Cube, Ti15, Al17, and a DP 500 at work). The rest of the support comes soley from Apple documentation and user reports. I wish I had the hardware in hand but I don't. The shutdown feature I'll be looking into once I get back from WWDC. I can't tell you how many times I redesigned the interface, and I still don't like it. But like you said, you don't have to open it often.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
23 June 2003
The interface could be cleaned up quite a bit, but it's not like this is an app I have open all the time. Fantastic otherwise. C/Shouldn't something like this be a prefpane?
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
23 June 2003
To do a shutdown at a certain requires no additional software. You can use a cron scheduled event to either trigger an app (or apple script) to shut down the computer, or use a terminal command to do it (quick and dirty method).
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
23 June 2003
Hey, starman, are you planning on adding support for G4 ZIF-upgraded machines?
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Version 1.0
Capn-Hack
18 June 2003
This is good. The feature never worked for me under OS9, lets see if it works now :) I usually leave my powerbook on all the time but it runs very hot when it is on and i think it deserves a rest. Thanks for making this app
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Version 0.86
Foulger
18 June 2003
AT LAST! The missing link I have so hoped for. My Mac can now wake up before me. Hopefully the shut-down preference will not be long in coming
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Version 0.86
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App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later
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