updated 06:00 pm EDT, Fri October 2, 2009
Support group for Line 6 users on Snow Leopard
In brief: Several users of Line 6 hardware have started a new forum for discussing Snow Leopard related issues. Line 6 allegedly has yet to announced any official support for the new OS and this group hopes to provide a location for users to meet and help resolve problems. The group also hopes to help push the company in the direction of offering official support. Meanwhile, Intego announced that it has joined forces with several other Mac security software developers to offer a new bundle. The Mac Security Bundle includes 12 different applications that can help users protect their Macs.
A new online user group has been started, providing Mac Line 6 customers with a forum for discussing issues related to Snow Leopard. The latest versions of Line 6 software and drivers can be installed on a Mac running Snow Leopard, but the company has yet to announce any official support for the new OS. The forum is filled with threads on product compatibility and users urging Line 6 to release updated drivers.
Intego, a Mac security software developer, has announced that it has teamed up with several other developers to offer the Mac Security Bundle. This bundle contains 12 applications that cover different security needs for a Mac user. Some of the software titles include: Intego VirusBarrier X5, Macware WebGhost, Intego FileGuard X5, MOApp MyWallet, and more. The bundle is being made available for $50, which represents savings of roughly 90% when compared to the $630 cost of purchasing each application separately. The Mac Security Bundle is a limited-time offer that will only be available until Oct. 31.