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OS 10.4 - Some Mac OS X Server software


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I just stumbled upon Mark Liyanage's software section on his blog and he has put together some useful software that is mostly for servers. Maybe something in the list could interest some of you IT guys? Anyway here's the link, Mac OS X Packages.

I hope these can be handy for some of you.

P.S.: I had to choose a suffix to post this thread but it isn't really only for Tiger 10.4.x, some of it is compatible with Panther 10.3.x.
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