WebMon
WebMon 3.0.1
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Configure OS X built-in Web server to support WebDAV, PHP, and SSL.   Commercial ($15.00)
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WebMon helps you configure OS X's built-in Web server to support WebDAV, PHP, and SSL. With WebDAV turned on, your Web server acts like an iDisk, allowing you to connect to the WebDav folder remotely, securely, and directly from the Finder, so you can save, share, and distribute your files and folders. You can also use the WebDav folder to share your iCal calendars.

WebMon also helps you set up the Web server so that you can monitor its log file from a remote machine. WebMon is able to help you monitor any number of Web servers from a single remote machine.
What's New
Version 3.0.1: Fixed a bug with WebDav folders. WebMon for Leopard 3.0.1 now saves and retrieves the settings you've made to the list of WebDav folders correctly.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later



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AmberV commented on 06 May 2006
It never ceases to amaze me. People throwing together an extremely rudimentary set of buttons against some system calls, and then charging money for it. Even more distasteful is that the app is working with free software, most of it GPL. Here are vast projects, highly complex, stable, and respected in the computing world -- free. And this doink comes along and charges $15 bucks or whatever to run a few system calls on them.

Don't support these leeches.
[Version 2.1.3]

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rumplestiltskin replied on 07 Feb 2008
Okay, Amberv, time to put up or shut up. Why don't you post all the instructions for doing what you allege this app does for its "ripoff" cost?
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chaunceyjb replied on 16 Apr 2009
I'm interested too. I'd been struggling to update my PPC Mac's Webdav setting ever since I upgraded to Leopard. I took the bait and downloaded WebMon for Leopard and forked over the $15.00. Within 5 minutes everything was up and running. If I'm missing something and there are other tools that would have done the same thing, please tell us.
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xpander commented on 05 May 2006
How can this even be called shareware if you can't try it before you buy it. It should be in the commercial software category.
[Version 2.1.3]


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Downloads:4,560
Version Downloads:1,614
Type:Internet : Servers
License:Commercial
Date:06 Feb 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $15.00
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WebMon helps you configure OS X's built-in Web server to support WebDAV, PHP, and SSL. With WebDAV turned on, your Web server acts like an iDisk, allowing you to connect to the WebDav folder remotely, securely, and directly from the Finder, so you can save, share, and distribute your files and folders. You can also use the WebDav folder to share your iCal calendars.

WebMon also helps you set up the Web server so that you can monitor its log file from a remote machine. WebMon is able to help you monitor any number of Web servers from a single remote machine.


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