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ConsoleOne Booster

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May 31, 2006 5:58 pm

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Purpose:

With the growing number of available snap-ins for ConsoleOne (C1) the time for the application to start is rapidly growing. In many situations not all snap-ins are needed for the current task, and sometimes loading a specific snap-in may even be undesirable.

Concept:

C1x uses a very simple method to approach this problem:

Using a checkbox selector you can select the snap-ins that you want to load; all other snap-ins are temporarily disabled.

In the background, C1X creates temporary directories (e.g., C:\Novell\consoleone\1.2\inactive*) and moves unused snap-ins into these subdirectories until they are reactivated with C1X.

Setup

No setup is required, but if you keep the ConsoleOne application in some other directory than the default (C:\Novell\consoleone\1.2), this path has to be entered when starting C1X for the first time.Note: Enter the ConsoleOne base path – the one which has all the subdirectories like “bin”, “lib” etc.

After snap-in selection, you may start ConsoleOne from the GUI, or use your normal ConsoleOne shortcut, since the unwanted snap-ins are disabled.

To re-enable any snap-in, simply check the respective checkbox in C1X.

Updates:
The most recent version of C1X, as well as other cool tools – can be found at www.WolfgangSchreiber.de

To run the application, you must have the NetWare Client32 software installed.

Last Update 2006-05: v1.3b Fixed “ConsoleOne” not found error

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Disclaimer: This content is not supported by Novell. It was contributed by a community member and is published "as is." It seems to have worked for at least one person, and might work for you. But please be sure to test it thoroughly before using it in a production environment.

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