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 From:  "Marten" <wleiden at xs4all dot nl>
 To:  "'Mono Dev List'" <m0n0wall dash dev at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  RE: [m0n0wall-dev] Community development of 1.3a3
 Date:  Thu, 26 Oct 2006 19:50:18 +0200 (CEST)
>Yes if mono would have SHH option (Dev image only, otherwise it's less
>secure) that would be great so that I can edit files with WinSCP3

or the possiblity to switch it of.

> Also if I need GCC to compile C++ files for the LCD project fro WRAP.

Do you need only a c++ complier or also al the libs?
In the fist case I could make a freebsd package which could be installed
on the cf.
In the last case I would recommend a mini freebsd installation (or
nanobsd) or cf or disk.

> As to SVN server I don't really know what it does? And apache, I don't >
> know really why I might need it?

svn is client/server system like cvs. It tranfers files from a to b. It
gives you version control and practicaly opens up collaboration between
people. Because more people can work at the same code/project without the
chance of destroying eachothers work.
IHMO should the of monowall be in a public place (from build scripts to
end applications.)

The image I (Rick, Eddy, me) have made has ssh and svn client. That could
be an easy start because get/delete/sync files with a remote svn server.

>Finally since I never got IDE for mono to work I would assume it has the
>script to build the release image that could be installed on either wrap
>or PC

For dev you could pug a laptop disk in net4801 or use a wrap with a cf
image and a disk for storage attached to usb1.0 interface. Personally do
Dev on my laptop and sync (svn/rsync) to the cf tne wrap/soekris.

> So if such image would be available I can do integration in nono too, I
> don't really care if its mono or pfsense, they both to similar tasks and
> since I do php mostly the code would be identical or similar.

aye.

> As to the mirrors to store dev images I can donate 2 servers w/ 10 Gb/mo
> bandwidth on each. Connection speed 100Mbps (disk space 1Gig, can do
> more but gotta check what I have there)

Great! Could it run freebsd 6.x? There man could build images custom
kernels, security updates, etc etc. If so am willing to help to setup a
dev inviorment.

kind regards,
Marten