I looked at the Owner for one of my apps. There's a fricken grocery list of things there. <br>cyprus<br>nobody<br>mailman<br>qtss<br>daemon<br>eppc<br>lp<br>mysql<br>postfix<br>unknown<br>www<br><br>should these be there?<br><br><br>
Loc: Los Angeles, CA
SD, yeah, those are unixy goodies.<br><br>cyrus (database), nobody (duh), mailman, qtss (quicktime streaming server), mysql (database), postfix (email), unknown (gotta have one), www (web server), and probably others. It can be a long list on OS X Server. There's also sshd (secure shell daemon), lp (printer) and more.<br><br>-<br><br>tera<br>--<br>Tera Patricks<br>Mac360
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