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A fix for Checkpoint SecureClient under 10.3.9
Authored by: hintbw on Apr 21, '05 12:43:04PM
Okay, I created the wdog.sh file and tried to edit the file you mentioned, however I ran into the following problems: I couldn't see where the alias linked unless I was root. When I could the file you referred to was a unix executable and I'm not sure how to "edit" it. I tried pico but that didn't work. Any ideas for us common people. I'm on a G4 Powerbook at 10.3.9 (obviously).

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A fix for Checkpoint SecureClient under 10.3.9
Authored by: hintbw on Apr 21, '05 05:35:51PM

Okay, I figured it out. I need to go down one more level and I could edit the SecureClient as was mentioned. It was easier to open terminal, change to root (using sudo bash) and then


cd /opt/CPsrsc-50/boot/SecureClient
pico SecureClient

Make the changes to that file as indicated above and save the file and reboot. You'll be all set - this hint worked for me.



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A fix for Checkpoint SecureClient under 10.3.9
Authored by: msteck on Apr 21, '05 05:57:27PM
You are right ! That way it does not work, the path to the file to edit is not written correctly (no colons), it is of course :
  /System/Library/StartupItems/SecureClient/SecureClient
so in your case it would be :
  sudo pico  /System/Library/StartupItems/SecureClient/SecureClient
Near the beginning you see "SecureClient SystemStarter Script", that is the one. Sorry about this, I guess I was so excited that I did not check it well enough.

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Markus Steck
Bern (Switzerland)

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A fix for Checkpoint SecureClient under 10.3.9
Authored by: raven42rac on Apr 21, '05 10:55:25PM

Step 5 should be
sudo bash
cd /opt/CPsrsc-50/boot/SecureClient
vi or pico SecureClient



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A fix for Checkpoint SecureClient under 10.3.9
Authored by: endaff on Feb 02, '06 07:57:13AM

has anybody got a fix for this to work on tiger 10.4.4



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A fix for Checkpoint SecureClient under 10.3.9
Authored by: franksting on Feb 12, '06 05:44:58PM

I don't believe that Checkpoint ever released a version that worked on 10.4. I can't update my mac at home to 10.4 for this reason :(



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A fix for Checkpoint SecureClient under 10.3.9
Authored by: zerografix on Mar 02, '06 05:56:11AM

Me either - They should have had this done by now!



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