Australian Macworld has partnered with Australian Mac User Groups to provide a Discs of the Month to User Group members and this month's title is MacServer.
Turn your old, or not so old, Mac in to a MacServer.
You don't need a Xserve nor Mac OS X Server...
Your "ordinary" Macintosh can easily become;
--> a video security system
--> a home automation server
--> a telephone answering machine
--> a complete BBS messaging system
--> a web, ftp, proxy & email server
--> an audio & video streaming server
plus tools to control and monitor your server remotely are included
The MacServer CD includes the following applications;
Abyss Web Server; ASAPH; Chyrp; Dynamic DNS; Eudora Internet Mail Server; Kerio WebSTAR; mamp; NotMac; Papaya; Pure-FTPd; SquidMan; sshhelper; WaterRoof
Asterisk; PageSender; phlink; PhoneValetHome
Allegro Media Server; KavaTunes; Nicecast; On Air
FirstClass Server; Openfire; Spark; WiredServer
EvoCam; Indigo; KeyCamX
Lithium Core; Chicken of the VNC; fseventer; HamachiX; Vine
For more detailed descriptions see the June 2008 issue of Australian Macworld, or the attached PDF.
The applications supplied on this CD are supplied as is and we make no representations regarding the applications or any information related thereto. Any questions, complaints or claims regarding the applications must be directed to the appropriate software vendor.
Various different license types apply. Some titles require further payment direct to the application publisher to enable the full feature sets and functions.Some functions require additional hardware and/or software to be installed first.
MacServer is available for only $10, from participating Macintosh User Groups, including;
Central Victorian Macintosh Users Inc
Geraldton Macintosh User Group
Gold Coast Apple Users Group
Toowoomba Apple and Macintosh User Group Inc
Number of downloads: 2