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 From:  "Alex M" <radiussupport at lrcommunications dot net>
 To:  "'Michael Iedema'" <michael at askozia dot com>, "'Mono Dev List'" <m0n0wall dash dev at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  RE: [m0n0wall-dev] announcing: m0n0dev v0.1.0 (dev tool for the 1.3 branch)
 Date:  Fri, 2 Mar 2007 12:02:26 -0500
Ok got it, basically we getting all mono files from VCN and them use your
php script to combine both mono and BSD files to build the thing, in mean
while we can edit those mono files to suite the needs.

As of now (as windows person) I don't think I would be using the project. 

I would be much happier with this setup:
-You provide image with already installed BSD6
-Image has all core functionality for mono
-I can connect to image say on http port 8085 and get GUI of you project w/
savable setting
-after I set VNC to read latest mono I should be able to access say http
port 80 and see actual mono 
-Also SSH access is needed (but should not be included in release images)

-Patching functionality is needed to:
    -Allow us to select in GUI like 3 options for each file (1. Sync new
versions w/ VNC 2. Notify About new versions (If I modified the file
manually) 3. Ignore new versions (Say ignore outo update of replaced image
files)
    -Also since we do modification the updater page in mono should be auto
reconfigured and in GUI we should be given options to put the server info
where we will publish our own custom patches.



If you can build this type of functionality I will be really happy because I
it makes life easier in 2 ways 1st I don't have to really deal with BSD as I
don't like it that much, 2nd it will give ability to do  more then just
image building. In that case I can add some custom page to mono and don't
worry about manually re-syncing whole thing back to my image.


What do you think?







-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Iedema [mailto:michael at askozia dot com] 
Sent: Friday, March 02, 2007 3:03 AM
To: Alex M
Cc: Mono Dev List
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall-dev] announcing: m0n0dev v0.1.0 (dev tool for the 1.3
branch)

> Sounds like a good tool, if I got the idea correctly. But I got questions
on
> usage: when I have freebsd installed, what do I do next? And what exactly
> will you dev tool will do besides building the images (and where will it
> get mono files if its clean bsd install?)

First, make sure FreeBSD is installed and your jail is setup correctly:
http://www.askozia.com/how-to/m0n0wall/how-to-install-freebsd6-for-m0n0wall-
development.php

Then, follow the directions here to build your first images with m0n0dev:
http://www.askozia.com/code/m0n0wall/m0n0dev.php#getting-started

Currently, m0n0dev is just a fancy Makefile.  As more needs arise in
my project, I will add and release those features (i.e. image
mounting).

--Michael I.

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