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Sun 16 Aug 2009

Snow Leopard

Category : Technology/SnowLeopard10A432.txt

I've just moved my server to a new iMac server running the 10A432 release of Snow Leopard, with the mail, web and DNS services set up with the help of the new versions of MailServe Pro, DNS Enabler and WebMon that I'm working on for Snow Leopard.

It's just so I know how these services will hold up when Snow Leopard is released. It's been a lot of work just to get everything working again. There are still some kinks to work out. Nothing's ever easy with these OS X upgrades. Don't be fooled when they all just work, as they should in two weeks' time. Hope I'll have more time, though.

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