Works great here too. Thanks for the SVG update for firefox 1.5. I can
now view the graphs in Linux(adobe svg plugin in Linux never worked for me).
And now for an odd question. Why call it 1.21 when I think it is
technically (in my mind anyway) 1.2.1? I would think 1.21 would make
most people that have no previous experience with m0n0wall think it is
the 21st revision of major version 1.
This limits you to 9 revisions otherwise if the 4th octet went higher
is that 1.21.0 or 1.2.10?
I have only come across a few apps(or firewalls :) that are numbered
like that so I am very curious why people combine the 2nd and 3rd octets
in versions. Are there some IDEs that default to that. Do developers
just want to keep everyone on their toes? I guess I have just been
burnt by previous apps when listed in a directory that combined the 2nd
and 3rd octets and trying to distinguish what the version number really
is. Is it the 21st revision or the first revision of 1.2.
I am not trying to invoke a fight over what should or shouldn't be done
with the version number... Everyone has a right to version things
however they want... like I said... I am just curious what the thought
pattern is for numbering in that way.
Manuel Kasper wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> first things first - happy new year to you all! I hope that it has
> begun well for you.
> The year 2006 already brings us a new m0n0wall release: 1.21 is
> ready! It mostly consists of many captive portal improvements (thanks
> to Jonathan de Graeve) - more and better RADIUS options, a file
> manager, and better mini_httpd stability. There have also been a few
> bug fixes of course.
> Download it at:
> Full changelog:
> Captive portal users should make sure that they've got the "redirurl"
> hidden field in their login forms, even if they're only running it in
> HTTP mode. Those who have been using inofficial builds with the
> "element manager" need to delete the old elements from their
> config.xml before upgrading (see the changelog for details). Other
> than that, it should be a painless upgrade from 1.2.
> BTW, the m0n0wall logo stickers are scheduled to be delivered later
> this month - I'll let you know when they're ready (there'll be an
> order form on m0n0.ch).
> Also, I'm sorry about the m0n0.ch downtime earlier today (although I
> doubt that many of you have noticed ;) - the CPU fan decided that it
> didn't want to live for another year and died shortly after midnight.
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