On 31.10.2003, at 04:02, Jim McBeath wrote:
> Below is a version of status.cgi which formats its output in HTML
> rather than in plain text. The output of each command is placed
> into a separate labeled box. I find this much easier to read.
> However, it does require adding sed to m0n0wall (to escape
> <, &, and > in the output of commands).
> I also added output describing the router table (netstat -r).
> Is there a protocol for submitting patches?
> Should they be attachments rather than in-line?
Hmm, I'd really like to do away with that CGI stuff and implement the
status.cgi's functionality in a PHP script. That would be a much more
consistent way of doing it.
Any volunteers? :)