Carracho Server 1.0 Beta 9
The easy-to-use and set up Carracho Server turns almost any Internet-connected Macintosh into a powerful chat, news and file server based on the new, fast Carracho protocol.
The small memory requirement (2 megabytes) and the multi-tasking ability even allows you to run a Carracho Server in the background while working with your familiar applications.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
System requirements: PowerPC-based Macintosh or compatible computer; MacOS 8.1 or higher (MacOS 9.x recommended); OpenTransport 1.1.1 or higher with TCP/IP support installed; Internet or any other TCP/IP network connection.
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