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maintain1 3.2
Dec 12, 2002 06:41AM
Contributed by: mar0588
Download: 95k Stuffit Archive

This is just a little GUI to run terminal scripts mainly for people who forget shell commands, don't like to type or if you just don't know any commands.

This application allows you to click a button or a drop down menu item, and this will open the terminal application and run the associated script, buttons buttons update_prebind, Findtext view ascii tables, monitor system top command, FTP log system profile, netinfo log Apache error log Apache access log System log, whats running list all ports, info for a port current connections, ppp log Daily, weekly Monthy, all three back to back.view all open files button , ppp0 ,en0 and en1 buttons buttons to force delete a file and a button to force delete the trash, rebuild desktop script,netspeedup,renice,Disk usage,Kill anything button,cups logs ,lpr logs,

the -netspeed up button used to run a script to set the netspeed values back to the defaults. I added an option to just multiply the default values by 2.Instead of going through the netspeed up script,which allows you to choose your own factor to multiply each variable by.

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