busy-bee.net buzz buzz buzz goes the honeybee home | blog | links | about me

linux to an imac

2002-09-04 10:35 / jag diffs  »

I've hacked together a list of the programs from /usr/bin and /usr/sbin that changed pre- and post-Jaguar. I claim no accuracy since I muck about with my system so much, and some might have simply moved from somewhere else.

What's in there anyway? Well, there's the whole set of bz* compression and searching utilities; a suite - and enormous api (in C not Obj-C but I guess there'll be a cocoa wrapper) - of ldap programs; info; the nicely-named wire-test that tests for NFS services and dumps ip config stuff; an smb suite; python; ruby; screen, which is damned useful, although I might have just installed it myself; amd; and cups, as heralded. Many of the extras are either (a) disk admin tools, (b) security and authentification daemons and apps via ldap, kerberos, or (c) ip6 tools. Lots of detail from Apple here.

Oh, and pmset works now as well.

mod_perl -- Speed, Power, Scalability