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 From:  Tommaso Di Donato <tommaso dot didonato at gmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Porting webGUI to Linux
 Date:  Sat, 18 Jun 2005 18:23:19 +0200
The aim of my project are, in a first step, very "smaller": my first goal is 
to create a m0n0wall-lile linux in order to do transparent antivirus 
filtering to pop3, smt and web traffic. for this reason, I want to integrate 
p3scan,postfix and snort in the webgui. Later, I will add all the feature 
m0n0wall is famous for.
But in this first stage, I experience some problems in porting the 
scripts... It is only 2 days that I am working on this, but I hope to solve 
them easily....At this moment, I have the webgui up and running under 
Apache, but every page is very slow in loading, I think because I receive 
lots of errors in the scripts:
"[client <>] PHP Notice: Uninitialized 
string offset: 0 in /etc/inc/util.inc on line 301, referer:
[client <>] PHP Notice: Undefined offset: 
1 in /var/www/html/system.php on line 35, referer:
[client <>] PHP Notice: Undefined 
variable: input_errors in /var/www/html/system.php on line 162, referer:
[client <>] PHP Notice: Undefined 
variable: savemsg in /var/www/html/system.php on line 163, referer:

Anyone could help me in solving these problems? Is apache slow due to those 

On 6/18/05, Adam Gibson <agibson at ptm dot com> wrote:
> I do not have any answers for you but I just wanted to say that I would
> be interested in any progress with a Linux adaptation a m0n0wall type
> system. From my experiences with Linux it would solve some of the
> problems I am having with m0n0wall(vpn reliability with Symantec
> Enterprise Firewall, not being able to connect from the LAN to the WAN
> IP for port forwards), and more helpers/iptables modules for protocols
> that are not very NAT friendly.
> I hope that some day somebody with openbsd experience tries to get
> something like m0n0wall running on openbsd too... the firewall failover
> stuff in openbsd would be a HUGE reason for me to use it in some
> locations over any other OS.
> Dont get me wrong... m0n0wall on freebsd runs great for what it is meant
> to do. I switched from custom Linux iptables firewalls to m0n0wall
> because of it's easy upgradability, the embedded nature of m0n0wall and
> it's awesome GUI. I just think having a m0n0wall like setup on Linux(or
> openbsd) and still tailored for embedded devices would better suit some
> peoples needs like myself.