Today, November 13, finally sees the release of AppleJack version
1.4.3, which provides the following improvements:
- Compatible with Intel-based Mac OS X systems.
+ Added an automated uninstaller routine, to enable easy and
almost foolproof uninstallation of AppleJack.
+ Added /var/root/Library/Caches to the system cache cleanup routine.
+ Experimental expert mode exists, but is currently hidden
until it can be tested further. The only well-tested options at this
point are the memory test using the included Memtest utility, and the
option to disable auto login.
- Improved the internal coding of user-input prompts. Uses a
standardized interface for these functions now.
- The preference file check now uses a null byte character to
separate files rather than an arbitrary "improbable" string.
Please see the full release notes for more information.
You can download the installer here:
Thanks for your support, your patience, your bug reports, and your
suggestions for further improvements. And thanks also to those whose
donations enabled me to buy an Intel-based Mac and develop AppleJack
"In the human race the frequency of the virtues that are
identical in us all is not more wonderful than the multiplicity
of the defects that are peculiar to each one of us."
-- Marcel Proust, "Within a Budding Grove"
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