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Re: web based configuration

On Wed, Feb 17, 1999 at 19:21 -0500, Ben Pfaff wrote:
> Dave Swegen <dave@recursive.prestel.co.uk> writes:
>    I have just started learning perl, and I thought it might be interesting to
>    write some form of system configuration tool using CGI. So I was wondering
>    if a) there are any such projects going on in debian, b) if not would it be
>    a good idea, and c) does anyone have any suggestions for something to
>    configure (preferably something small and simple ;)
> You could take a look at my pppnetmgr, which is written in Perl.  It's
> the administration part of my Debian-based PPP Net Connector system to
> allow small LANs to access the Internet through a single modem using
> PPP masquerading.  You can find it on my computer at
> 	ftp://pfaffben.user.msu.edu/pppconn

I might do, but I think the other idea of doing a simple mutt config script
is more interesting (I have ppp up, but one can never configure mutt
enough :)


         Dave Swegen           | Debian 2.0 on Linux i386 2.2.1
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