CLIX 2.0.0.5

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Rixstep
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Operating System
Mac
License
Freeware
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CLIX 2.0.0.5 details

Get the power of a command line without ever getting near it. Do all
those things your system maintenance utilities try to do – but do them
better and do them your own way. No typing – just ‘clix’. You have to
perform maintenance routines. You know that. But make a mistake –
especially in one of those glittery AppleScript apps – and what
happens? You’ll have no such fear with CLIX. CLIX is safer – and for
the skilled professional safer than even Terminal. From almost every
security standpoint.

Here are some key features of "CLIX":

Global Settings:
· Beep Feedback – turn it on, off, read the current setting.
· Color Variant – set to Aqua, graphite, read the current setting.
· Scroll Bar – set to single, double both, double max, double min, read the current setting.

Address Book:
· Debug Menu – turn it on, off, read the current setting.

Clean-ups:
· Clean .DS_Store files.
· Clean .localized files.
· Clean .MCXLC files.
· Clean Interface Builder, Project Builder, Xcode preferences.
· Clean caches.
· Clean Calculator files.
· Clean Camino files.
· Clean CUPS files.
· Clean Desktop files.
· Clean DVD scripts.
· Clean file panel preferences, read current settings.
· Clean finder preferences.
· Clean Full Circle files
· Clean icon caches.
· Clean launch services caches.
· Clean log files.
· Clean Mail files.
· Clean preference panes caches.
· Clean receipts.
· Clean recent folders, read current settings.
· Clean Safari files.
· Clean temporary files.

Developer:
· Show default GCC specs.
· Show default GCC version info.

Disk:
· Check a RAID set for errors.
· Show free disk space.
· Show fixed disk info.
· Show disk usage statistics.
· Enable, disable disk journaling.
· Verify, repair volume structures.
· Verify, repair volume permissions.
· Get information on boot volume.
· Show mounted drive info.

DiskCopy:
· Expert Mode – turn it on, off, read the current setting.

Dock:
· Autohide – turn it on, off, read the current setting.
· Launch Animation – turn it on, off, read the current setting.
· Magnification – turn it on, off, read the current setting.
· Mineffect – use Genie, Scale, Suck, the default, read the current setting.
· Orientation – put dock at bottom, left, right top, read the current setting.
· Show persistent apps.
· Pinning – pin the dock at the start, middle, end, read the current setting.
· QuitFinder – show/hide Quit menu item for Finder in Dock, read the current setting.
· Shadow – show/hide shadow in Dock, read the current setting.
· Show All Files – show/hide all files in Dock, read the current setting.
· Show Hidden – show/hide hidden files in Dock, read the current setting.

DVD Player:
· Debug Menu – enable, disable, read the current setting.

Finder:
· Animate Info Panes – enable, disable, read the current setting.
· Animate Window Zoom – enable, disable, read the current setting.
· Finder Quit – show/hide Quit menu item, read the current setting.
· Maximum Label Lines – set to 1, 2, 3, the default, read the current setting.
· Show All Files – show/hide all files, read the current setting.
· Zoom Rects – enable, disable, read the current setting.

List:
· List all .DS_Store files in home directory.
· List all .DS_Store files on hard drive.
· List all .app packages in home directory.
· List all .app packages on hard drive.
· List contents of backups directory.
· List contents of cron directory.
· List contents of etc directory.
· List file types in /bin.
· List file types in /sbin.
· List file types in standard system directories.
· List file types in /usr/bin.
· List frameworks in home directory.
· List frameworks at root.
· List all library directories.
· List lsof version info.
· List contents of NetInfo directory.
· List all NIBs in home directory.
· List all NIBs on hard drive.
· List open files.
· List contents of openldap directory.
· List open network files.
· List open Unix domain sockets.
· List fixed disk partitions.
· List all plists in home directory.
· List all plists on hard drive.
· List all preferences directories.
· List contents of private directory.
· List contents of root home directory.
· List contents of samba directory.
· List screen savers in home directory.
· List screen savers on hard drive.
· List set IDs in standard system directories.
· List set gids in /bin.
· List set gids in /sbin.
· List set gids in standard system directories.
· List set gids in /usr/bin.
· List set uids in /bin.
· List set uids in /sbin.
· List set uids in standard system directories.
· List set uids in /usr/bin.
· List contents of spool directory.
· List contents of sudo directory.
· List symlinks in /sbin.
· List symlinks in /usr/bin.
· List contents of temporary directory.
· List contents of .Trash directory.
· List contents of .Trashes directory.
· List contents of var directory.
· List contents of vm directory.

Log:
· View CUPS access log.
· View CUPS error log.
· View daily.out log.
· View console log.
· View monthly.out log.
· View system log.
· View weekly.out log.
· View NetInfo log.

Network:
· Curl Apple front page.
· Curl Rixstep front page.
· Show network status per process.
· Show network status of routing tables.
· Show network status.
· Show NFS status.
· Ping root-servers.
· Show current Samba connections.

Process:
· Show process status.
· Show system usage statistics.

Purge:
· Purge .DS_Store files.
· Purge .localized files.
· Purge .MCXLC files.
· Purge Interface Builder, Project Builder, Xcode preferences.
· Purge caches.
· Purge Calculator files.
· Purge Camino files.
· Purge CUPS files.
· Purge Desktop files.
· Purge DVD scripts.
· Purge file panel preferences, read current settings.
· Purge finder preferences.
· Purge Full Circle files
· Purge icon caches.
· Purge launch services caches.
· Purge log files.
· Purge Mail files.
· Purge preference panes caches.
· Purge receipts.
· Purge recent folders, read current settings.
· Purge Safari files.
· Purge temporary files.

Quartz:
· Show all Quartz drawing views and windows.

Safary:
· Anti-aliasing, smooth fonts – set values high, low, restore defaults, read the current settings.
· IE Favorites Imported – set on, off, read the current setting.
· Include Debug Menu – enable, disable, read the current setting.
· Netscape/Mozilla Favorites Imported – set on, off, read the current setting.

Security:
· Show effective group ID of current user.
· Show effective group ID of root.
· Show effective group of current user.
· Show effective group of root.
· Show effective UID of current user.
· Show effective UID of root.
· Show effective user of current user.
· Show effective user of root.
· Show all file systems compiled into the running kernel.
· Show all file systems compiled into the running system.
· List file types in all bin directories, including zipped files.
· List file types in /bin, including zipped files.
· List file types in /sbin, including zipped files.
· List file types in /usr/bin, including zipped files.
· List file types in /usr/sbin, including zipped files.
· Find block files.
· Find character files.
· Find empty directories.
· Find empty files.
· Find FIFOs.
· Find SGID files.
· Find sockets.
· Find SUID root files.
· Find SUIDs.
· Find SxID files.
· Find symlinks.
· Find world-writable files.
· Show groups of current user.
· Show GIDs of current user.
· Show groups of root.
· Show GIDs of root.
· Show current user and all groups.
· Show root user ID and all groups.
· List SGIDs in all bin directories.
· List SGIDs in /bin.
· List SGIDs in /sbin.
· List SGIDs in /usr/bin.
· List SGIDs in /usr/sbin.
· Set sudo timestamp to epoch.
· List allowed and forbidden sudo commands.
· Remove sudo timestamp.
· List SUIDs in all bin directories.
· List SUIDs in /bin.
· List SUIDs in /sbin.
· List SUIDs in /usr/bin.
· List SUIDs in /usr/sbin.
· List SxIDs in all bin directories, including zipped files.
· List SxIDs in /bin, including zipped files.
· List SxIDs in /sbin, including zipped files.
· List SxIDs in /usr/bin, including zipped files.
· List SxIDs in /usr/sbin, including zipped files.
· List symlinks in all bin directories.
· List symlinks in /bin.
· List symlinks in /sbin.
· List symlinks in /usr/bin.
· List symlinks in /usr/sbin.
· Show system activity in utmp.
· Show system activity in wtmp.
· View contents of app_profile directory.
· View app_profile data for current user and root.
· View app_profile names for current user and root.
· View authorization file.
· View list of users disallowed FTP access.
· View single user mode group database.
· View single user mode hosts cache.
· View hostconfig file.
· View magic file.
· View master.passwd file.

System:
· Show local date and time.
· Show local and UTC date and time.
· Show UTC date and time.
· Show all defaults.
· Show global defaults.
· Show launch services defaults.
· Show root defaults.
· Show user defaults.
· Show system message buffer.
· Show file status.
· Show name of current host system.
· Dump entire I/O Kit registry to disk and open in text editor.
· Purge intermediate dump file.
· Show I/O Kit registry with busy state and retain count.
· Show I/O Kit registry.
· Show I/O statistics.
· Show status of kernel extensions.
· Show available devices and drivers.
· Show CUPS status information.
· Show machine type.
· Show command path.
· Run all periodic functions.
· Run daily periodic function.
· Run monthly periodic function.
· Run weekly periodic function.
· Show info on open files.
· Show info on terminals.
· Show info on active vnodes.
· View environment variables.
· Flush file caches to disk.
· Show system and build versions.
· Get kernel state.
· Show hardware statistics.
· Show kernel statistics.
· Show network statistics.
· Read system logs.
· Show timeslicing quantum (microseconds).
· Show table of terminfo entries.
· Show operating system name.
· Show how long system has been running.
· Show name and uid for current user.
· Show NetInfo dump file.
· View contents of root hidden file.
· View SystemConfiguration preferences.
· Show MACH virtual memory statistics.
· Show who is logged in
· Show effective user ID.
· Print nvram variables.
· View list of Internet protocols.
· View list of well known port numbers.
· View list of accepted shells as used by chpass.
· View Samba configuration file.
· View sudoers file.
· View syslog configuration file.
· View multiuser startup script.

What’s New in this Version

– New command catalogue for Snow Leopard.

– Additional configurable settings, completely new help system. Complete overhaul for first major version bump ever.

– iTrojan.clix to combat both the iWorkServices trojan, the DivX trojan discovered 25 January, and other trojans.

– Several new command files. DTrace commands, sysctl commands,
more. Over 2,000 commands. If you can’t do it here you can’t do it
period. Share commands with others from within the program. And so
forth.

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.4 or later

 

 

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