Cisco like Command Line Interace for LFS

Ricardo Barberis richi at uolsinectis.com.ar
Mon Nov 10 18:04:28 PST 2003


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El Lunes 10 de Noviembre de 2003 10:01, ghovs escribió:
> Keith Hayes wrote:
> >Dear Cool People,
<snip>
>
> I'm not sure if you want this, or if you even could, but if you were to
> do it over https, I would immediately think of webmin.
>
> It can limit priviliges in a nice and modular way, isn't too much hassle
> to set up, and you can even give it very pretty pictures.
>
> Otherwise, if you stick to a shell environment, I'm afraid you'll have
> to develop something which doesn't do anything webmin doesn't, and takes
> you a long time to verify as being secure. I certainly can't come up
> with some package already existing out there.

Hey, you're forgetting about links and lynx ;-)

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Ricardo Barberis
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