Default Utilities Apps

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by LukeDeFian, Jan 18, 2008.

  1. LukeDeFian macrumors member

    LukeDeFian

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    #1
    peeps, 'could you tell me what are the default apps on the Utilities folder, under applications...?
    i've recently deleted de Terminal.app, so I wanna know if I deleted something else, and it passed away unnoticed.

    Thanks
     
  2. EricNau Moderator emeritus

    EricNau

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    #2
    I believe these are the default apps for Leopard:

    Activity Monitor.app
    AirPort Utility.app
    Audio MIDI Setup.app
    Bluetooth File Exchange.app
    ColorSync Utility.app
    Console.app
    DigitalColor Meter.app
    Directory Utility.app
    Directory.app
    Disk Utility.app
    Grab.app
    Grapher.app
    Java
    Keychain Access.app
    Migration Assistant.app
    Network Utility.app
    ODBC Administrator.app
    Podcast Capture.app
    RAID Utility.app
    System Profiler.app
    Terminal.app
    VoiceOver Utility.app
    X11.app
     
  3. LukeDeFian thread starter macrumors member

    LukeDeFian

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    #3
    hum...

    i'm missing a couple of them.
    RAID Utility.app
    System Profiler.app
    Terminal.app
    X11.app


    don't have anyone of those
    I'm on Leopard, this might change things...
    Dont know, maybe there were made some changes on this directory, since, meanwhile I don't have the three apps listed above (2 actuly, 'cause I know i've deleted the Terminal.app by acident), I've gained the BootCamp app and a firmware update one...

    Thanks anywhay
     
  4. richard.mac macrumors 603

    richard.mac

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    X11.app is an optional utility so if you dont have it you probably didnt include it in the optional install. the others are included in Leopard. RAID utility is only useful if you have a RAID card installed.

    to get the utilities you can use Pacifist. insert the Leopard install DVD and click "Open Apple Install Discs". when it opens search for "RAID Utility.app", "System Profiler.app" and "Terminal.app" and click install on the top left of the toolbar.

    if you want X11.app you can open "Optional Installs" on the Leopard install DVD and only check "X11" under "Applications".
     
  5. LukeDeFian thread starter macrumors member

    LukeDeFian

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    #5
    thanks, done it.
    ran smoooooth
     

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