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Re: Ceating Web interface for Debian?

I use and love ssh.  But that's not what I'm wanting to accomplish. 
Still need to figure out how to write a simple web interface like Webmin,
but on a MUCH smaller scale.  There has to be a "how to update config
files using a browser" document somewhere...I sure haven't found it.

---- dman <dsh8290@rit.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 15, 2001 at 10:54:12AM -0500, Lance Peterson wrote:
> | Does anyone know of some good resources I can read to learn how to
> create
> | a simple web interface that will allow me to change settings in configuration
> | files on my Debian system?
> If you generalize from a "web" interface to a "remote" interface then
> ssh is the best.  When you ssh into your box it is just as if you are
> sitting at the console.  You can then use vim or whatever your
> favorite tools are to do anything with your system.  As long as you
> have an X server running on your client box you can even run all X
> apps.
> Just a suggestion ...
> -D
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