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Tue 02 Nov 2021

MacOS Monterey "Enablers"

Category : Technology/MontereyApps.txt

I've released my first Monterey apps. DNS Enabler and DNS Agent for Monterey are both out. They can be found here (DNS Enabler) and here (DNS Agent).

I've figured out how to make Dovecot run again on Monterey. A version of MailServe for Monterey will be out by the end of this week, together with a version of Letsencrypt Enabler for Monterey.

As for WebMon, I have yet to figure out how to build PHP from source for Monterey, which does not come with a built-in PHP. AS usual, I would like to figure out how to build all these without Homebrew, if I can, which is an order of magnitude harder, but you'll learn more as you do it on your own.

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