ncutil
ncutil 3.3b
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Directly edit your Configuration Set plist files.   Free
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The ncutil project is an open source initiative to provide a method to directly edit the following parts of the SystemConfiguration framework of the Darwin OS:
  • Dynamic network configuration: the user can modify parameters on-the-fly and the changes are noted without a restart of the entire OS.
  • Configuration sets: the user can create multiple sets of parameters, termed "locations," which may be activated dynamically
  • Centrally-defined, XML storage form: all parameters are stored in a central plist file; the multitude of files in /etc need not be modified
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later






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Downloads:3,017
Version Downloads:952
Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:03 Mar 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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The ncutil project is an open source initiative to provide a method to directly edit the following parts of the SystemConfiguration framework of the Darwin OS:
  • Dynamic network configuration: the user can modify parameters on-the-fly and the changes are noted without a restart of the entire OS.
  • Configuration sets: the user can create multiple sets of parameters, termed "locations," which may be activated dynamically
  • Centrally-defined, XML storage form: all parameters are stored in a central plist file; the multitude of files in /etc need not be modified


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