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BarWare Deluxe X 2.5.dmg 4576 Kb May 26, 2003 07:26 PM
BarWare Deluxe X 2.5-Shareware
Digital Fried Chicken,,
Requirements: G3 or faster Mac, Mac OS X 10.0 or later
Hey folks, it's party time! If you've got a few bottles of liquor on your shelf, but the only drinks that come to mind when looking at them is Screwdriver, Rum & Coke, or Margarita, branch out of your drunken rut and get a load of these recipes. This vast collection features 775 classic, non-traditional, and non-alcoholic drink recipes. It allows you to find recipes by name, spirit, mixer, liqueur, garnish, or even by what glass it should be served in. Plus, you can get extra recipes from the Internet with just a click.
Frenchdiet X 1.0.2 2822 Kb May 26, 2003 07:26 PM
Frenchdiet X 1.0.2-Shareware
Requirements: G3 or faster Mac, Mac OS X 10.0 or later
Junk food junkie or health food hottie? If you are what you eat, keep track of what you're really putting into your body with this little nutrition buddy that tracks and analyzes your food intake. Before you cram your mouth full of pizza, beer, and M&Ms, find out just how good or bad that stuff is for you.
L2CacheConfig.img.sit 252 Kb Aug 05, 2002 07:04 PM
L2CacheConfig 3.2
September 30, 2001
Ryan Rempel

The purpose of this software is to provide a means with which to enable and configure the backside L2 cache using Mac OS X for computers with G3 or G4 upgrade cards. Installation and configuration of this software requires several steps, so read these release notes carefully.

L2CacheConfig 3.2 works with Mac OS X 10.1. However, the GrabL2CacheSetting program does not work with Mac OS 9.2.1. It does work with Mac OS 9.1 and earlier.
phpstudio.dmg.tgz 2217 Kb Feb 12, 2007 06:21 PM
ThinkFreeJaguarPantherTrial.dmg 23290 Kb Feb 12, 2007 06:16 PM
UnsupportedUtilityXv2.0.img.sit 1177 Kb Dec 16, 2001 08:25 PM
WidgetMakerX124.dmg.tgz 4458 Kb Feb 12, 2007 06:22 PM
XPostFacto.img.sit 1164 Kb Aug 05, 2002 07:05 PM
XPostFacto 2.2b9
Ryan Rempel
June 29, 2002

XPostFacto is a utility which helps to install and boot Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, and Darwin on certain unsupported systems. The only difference from a supported installation is 3 extra clicks of your mouse! When Mac OS X installs successfully, its stability on unsupported systems appears to be excellent. However, there are cases in which Mac OS X is difficult to install, and there are a variety of problems you can run into. So read carefully.

XPostFacto is a free, open-source application. However, I would encourage you to register for XPostFacto support, which costs $10. This will give you access to the tech support forum on this site. I do also answer e-mail, but I will catch up on the tech support forum before I catch up on e-mail.
XPostFacto2.2b16.img 1272 Kb Aug 13, 2002 11:25 PM
XPostFacto 2.2b16
While Apple has limited its support for Mac OS X to those machines that originally came with a G3 or G4 processor, it is possible to install Mac OS X on some earlier machines. The unsupported machines that work now are the 7300, 7500, 7600, 8500, 8600, 9500 and 9600, as well the clones that were based on one of these systems (the Umax S900 and J700, and the Power Computing PowerWave and PowerTower Pro). The original processors in these machines will work (with the exception of the 7500, which requires a processor upgrade). G3 or G4 upgrade cards work as well. Other models that use the PCI architecture may be made to work in time.
Whats New To Version 2.2b16:
Fixes a problem which prevented some of the kernel extensions from loading properly in 2.2b15, which could cause a kernel panic early in the boot process.