On Mon, Apr 03, 2006 at 08:05:50PM -0500, Lee Sharp wrote:
> I was one, and I am pushing 30 boxes out there now. And if you think users
> is bad, I just had version control bite me in the backside! Anyway, after
Sounds like a job for cfengine.
> looking a long time, there is nothing at all out there. I was thinking of
> building some scripting stuff using the "make something not totally unlike
> a shell" in m0n0wall, and bash for windows. That is as far as I have gone.
> :-) Time to get a small subgroup of interested people together and work on
What I don't quite understand is the frugality. OpenWRT runs
on 32 MBytes of RAM and 8-16 MBytes of flash, and still offers
a package depository. I consider a system such as wrap about
the lowest end for a residential line. Wrap has -- what?
64-256 MBytes of RAM, and takes pluggable flash. It should
be able to take quite a number of additional tasks, without
compromising security and leaving the core task set of a
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