Martin Marsian
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Martin Marsian commented on 29 Dec 2006
Ok. Make sure you backuped your main drive! After tryiing it out with my bootcamp partition, it gave my macbook a kernel panic right after boot. No chance to repair the system. Have to reinstall. What a mess. My recommendation: DONT'T INSTALL THIS WITH BOOTCAMP.
[Version 2.5.3106]



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Martin Marsian commented on 12 Jul 2006
I'm searching for a decent backup utility, that can backup my main HD. Does psync make bootable backups?
[Version 2.2.1]



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Martin Marsian tipped on 11 Jul 2006
Is this able to do a bootable backup of ones startup disk?
[Version 1.3]



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Martin Marsian reviewed on 01 Jul 2006
Yes. This is it. Stuffit: Goodbye… I was waiting for this a long time, an elegant compression software, that understands most, if not all osx proprietary formats.

There is only one minore enhancement: It would be good to have an option (!) to create single archives out of every selected item, not to collect them all into a single archive.

For me it's good bye for stuffit. Best thing is: Springy is universal binary already and amazingly fast.

Best software for a low price.
[Version 1.0]



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Martin Marsian commented on 24 Jun 2006
This software is ok, as it's free and does a lot of things, others try to grab money for.

There's only one drawback: It only allows launching as admin user. Why not ask for user/password, so that i can authorisize even if run as normal user? Since i love to run my os x as normal user, as is recommended. I only need admin rights to do maintanence, install stuff etc. As it is now i'm asked to log into my admin account and back.
[Version 1.7.1]



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Martin Marsian reviewed on 18 Jun 2006
Well, this is simply the best, getting better with every release.

Tightly integrated into OS X , with all the services you can get with it, since it is Cocoa (services like spellchecking, dictionary, etc. Well designed interface. I like it's focus on chat and communication. And now it is even localized!

Try to get this with kdx. And - answering the last post? When did KDX get it's last update? I have long forgotten that. Haxial is charging you anyway for it. Wired is open source. Go figure…
[Version 1.3.1]



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