12 November 2007 @ 16:51Fix Timbuktu in Leopard
I’m using Timbuktu v8.0.1 in Leopard, and I noticed that after installing Leopard, the Timbuktu Host no longer starts up after a reboot.
Here is the quick and dirty fix for that:
If you are comfortable editing your root crontab, then simply add the following line to it:
If you prefer, you can use the following as a shell script to get your crontab set up:
Or if you just want a simple one-line command to get Timbuktu to start at boot, try this:
Copy and paste the above text into the Terminal, press return, enter your admin password when prompted, and press return again. That’s all.
Note: I haven’t tested this with any other versions of Timbuktu.
Apparently, Timbuktu Pro 8.7 for Leopard is a free upgrade to all registered users of version 8.