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Re: Linuxconf

On Mon, Jun 01, 1998 at 11:05:24AM -0500, Martin Alonso Soto Jacome wrote:
> > I sure wouldn't without SSL3.  Oh wait, encryption is bad right?  Only
> > people who need it are hackers and terrorists.  Oops.  heh (for anyone who
> > did NOT catch the dripping sarcasm, it's there trust me..)
> Linuxconf implements http by itself, usually sticking to a non standard http port.  That way, you won't need an additional web server for running it.  I recently heard that the author was working on adding SSL support, but I don't know what the status of that project is right now.

I've since looked at it (and have decided it's the right way to go)..  I
certainly wouldn't use the web access until the SSLeay patches are done.
Still, I'm quite impressed with it so far.

We should use this.  Forget COAS, Linuxconf is already twice the program.

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