TOKYO (MacHouse) – MacHouse, the software developer of many Mac freeware applications, has updated its disc image utility to 2.1.4 with many fixes and improvements. One new feature is called Create Blank Read/Write Disc Images, allows users to create a multiple number of blank read/write disc images (DMG, SPARSEBUNDLE, SPARSEIMAGE) up to 100 consecutively at a time.
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Little Disc+ is a product of MacHouse
This QuickTime Overview video shows the basic workflow of Little Disc+, a Mac software title programmed and distributed by MacHouse. With help of more than several command-line tools, Little Disc+ allows users to convert, extract, make, split disc images. It’s not just disc images that Little Disc+ can handle. Little Disc+ is also capable of handling archives with extensions of .7z, .tar, .zip, .bz2, .rpm, .tgz, .gz, .rar.
Compression: CDR, DMG, IMG, ISO, SPARSEBUNDLE, SPARSEIMAGE, 7Z, BZ, BZ2, CPIO, GZ, ZIP, TAR
Conversion from: BIN, CDR, DAA, DMG, GBI, IMG, ISO, MDF, NRG, SPARSEBUNDLE, SPARSEIMAGE, TOAST, UIF
Conversion to: BIN, DAA, DMG, IMG, ISO, SPARSEBUNDLE, SPARSEIMAGE
Decompression: 7Z, BZ, BZ2, GZ, RAR, RPM, ZIP, TAR
Furthermore, with the latest update, Little Disc+ lets users add graphic images to a disc volume, also laying a background image. Continue reading
A new freeware title we are currently developing is called AskKey. We have not been able to compiled it for the very last technical problem, but it will hopefully be available for both Mac and Windows users. What does it do? You will find that out in 48 hours or less. Or take a guess with its name. AskKey will soon be listed at MacUpdate and Apple Downloads, but not at VersionTracker, of course.
TOKYO (MacHouse) – Because of their terribly poor support for developers, we have pulled all our software products from versiontracker. MacHouse software products are still listed at MacUpdate and some at Apple. Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – It’s been only one week since Apple, Inc. released the last security update. Today, Apple released another update for OS X 10.4 Tiger and 10.5 Leopard. According to the company, an unpatched BIND, a built-in BSD command, can allow a remote attacker to terminate DNS server unexpectedly. They write
The security update is released for both PowerPC and Intel versions of OS X 10.4 Tiger and 10.5 Leopard. The software company has updated such OS components as bzip2 (archive compression algorithm), ColorSync, Dock, Image RAW, Kernel, MobileMe, Networking.
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