Thank You

  • Dr Alan McKinnon, then Director of the Centre for Computing and Biometrics at Lincoln University for assistance in obtaining ownership of the original utilities from Lincoln University.
  • David Harris for lots of sound advice at the start of this venture.
  • Mark Cramer for his meticulous testing of JRButils while at the Queensland Institute of Technology. The product benefited enormously from his attention to detail and suggestions for enhancements.
  • Craig Saunders and the team at Digital Fusion, Christchurch, NZ, for production of the setup programs and other projects.
  • Craig Benbow for his original work on the fully graphical utilities in Part 3 of JRButils for NetWare.
  • Leonard Holling for setting up an OES 1 Linux server under VMWare.
  • Joe Flowers for a bunch of projects including setting up OES 2, OES2 SP1 and OES2 SP2a Linux servers under VMWare, for his work on an OES version of makehome, help with numerous minor issues arising during conversion of the programs to Linux, help with creating rpm files, and for helpful comments on a wide range of matters.
  • Mark Goatley for various OES Linux server upgrades.
  • Hans van den Heuvel for assistance with reporting various NCP and Novell Client 2.0 bugs and for his role in getting these fixed.
  • Joe Doupnik for his efforts to revitalise Novell's Developer Support Program, and for assistance in gaining a support channel.
  • Numerous people for their support and for providing invaluable feedback including bug reports and suggestions for new features and new programs. In particular, Brian Cassidy, Al Lowe-Norris, Herb McBride, Juergen Rosemeyer, Jaap van Ginkel and Bryan Keadle.