From: Paul Wade <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> The apache/dwww/lynx combo doesn't need X.
Try using "boa" instead of apache. It's _much_ smaller, and faster
than apache. However, "lynx" itself can execute CGI scripts, and doesn't
really need a server to run "dwww".
> Whereever it is safe to do so, this could be expanded on. A good example
> is the CGI/perl scripts for common commands like 'who'. Why not start a
> collection of these so the user can get some system information using the
> same interface?
Sure. Want to work on that?
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