2 Replies Latest reply: Nov 29, 2007 2:14 PM by sdevan
sdevan Level 2 Level 2 (465 points)
Does anyone know what this little bit of startup code does?

11/29/07 3:57:13 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (com.paceap.pacesupport) Unknown key: ServiceDescription
11/29/07 3:57:13 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.cups.cupsd) Unknown key: SHAuthorizationRight
11/29/07 3:57:13 PM com.apple.launchd[1] (org.ntp.ntpd) Unknown key: SHAuthorizationRight
11/29/07 3:57:23 PM com.paceap.pacesupport[53] kextload: extension /System/Library/Extensions/PACESupportFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/PACESupportL eopard.kext is already loaded
11/29/07 3:57:25 PM com.apple.SystemStarter[33] Starting CleanApp Daemon
11/29/07 3:57:25 PM com.apple.SystemStarter[33] PACESupport - Copying the launchd plist
11/29/07 3:57:25 PM com.apple.SystemStarter[33] PACESupport Tiger - Starting

I googled it and Interlok (the firm that wrote it) specializes in copy protection. It's found in /Library/StartupItems. If someone with a fairly new clean install of Leopard can look to see if it is installed by default, I'd appreiciate it. According to MacFixit, StartupItems are being deprecated, so I'm wondering what this code does and what applications it's associated with. I also wonder why it clearly is starting for Tiger.

Thanks.

Steve

iMac, Mac OS X (10.4.9)