SynHXD
SynHXD
0.4.9

4.8

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SynHXD0.4.9

11 February 2004

Hotline server.

Overview

SynHXD is a Unix Hotline Server software package capable of operating under Mac OS X. It supports many features, such as automatic file and folder commenting, file search function, bandwidth control, and mail. Many more features can be enabled during the configure process.

What's new in SynHXD

Version 0.4.9: Fixed undeclared macro errors on SuSE Linux 9.0 (added include for signal.h in commands.c).

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How would you rate SynHXD app?

4 Reviews of SynHXD

4.75
Anonymous
29 October 2003
Version: 0.4.6

Most helpful

I have been using SynHXD since last year, version 0.2.4, it's a really nice alternative to the lousy program Hotline. The author, Devin, really listens to the user base, and even takes questions from people who login to the server. It's quite simple to compile, and runs in the background. Very nice... keep it up.
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5
Anonymous
09 July 2004
Version: 0.4.9
I agree it's sure the best hotline server out there. maybe less feature than other hybrid hotline unix version but its stablity and essential function make it the best for me. :) Thanks for developer
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4.75
Anonymous
03 February 2004
Version: 0.4.7
Been using shxd for at least a couple years. It is by far the most OS X tailored hotline server out there. Most versions run reliably. The feature set is very good, built in searching is a big bonus, and the ability to write your own shell scripts makes it easy to extend.
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Anonymous
03 February 2004
Version: 0.4.7
New software for a dead protocol. What a waste.
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4.75
Anonymous
29 October 2003
Version: 0.4.6
I have been using SynHXD since last year, version 0.2.4, it's a really nice alternative to the lousy program Hotline. The author, Devin, really listens to the user base, and even takes questions from people who login to the server. It's quite simple to compile, and runs in the background. Very nice... keep it up.
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