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  • WhatsUp® Gold - Ranked #1 For Network Monitoring WhatsUp® Gold - Ranked #1 For Network Monitoring Icon
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  • Wizard's Apprentice

    The Wizard's Apprentice is an application that allows you to ask questions from a script. It uses Windows dialog boxes in the so-called Wizard style: dialogs asking one question at a time, with a Back button, a Next button and a Cancel button.

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    KontrolPack

    KontrolPack is a cross-platform network controller. The objective is to improve system interoperability by connecting computers, regardless of their operating system. Remote access, remote shell, file transfer, etc...

  • Lamp (Lamp Ain't Mac POSIX)

    Lamp is a Unix-like environment that runs in a single process (via threads) on traditional Mac OS, including standard I/O, vfork/exec, a shell, perl, sockets, virtual fs with /dev and /proc, signals, and ptrace(). Runs on 68K/PPC, and on OS X as Carbon.

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