Re: Announce (and question): Masquerading PPP server based on Debian
firstname.lastname@example.org (Ben Pfaff) writes:
Since last Saturday, I've designed and implemented a system based on
Debian GNU/Linux that's specialized for one thing: acting as a
masquerading PPP server, with automatic connect and disconnect, for a
small LAN. The main things I've done are:
For those who are interested in a pre-release version that lacks a few
features, like squid configuration, you can anonymous-nfs mount (read
only) my working directory:
The most interesting subdirectories are:
* `packages', which contains the packages in the base system,
including the ones that I modified (with some of them I
modified the source package and recompiled, with some I just
edited files in the binary package, i.e. postinst)
* `cvs', which contains my modified version of a recent Debian
boot-floppies from CVS.
The rest of the subdirectories are even more disorganized.
This is pre-release, but close. I'm calling it 0.99.1.