FreeBSD Port: doorman-0.8
lupe at lupe-christoph.de
Thu Jun 23 13:57:07 GMT 2005
Quoting fbsd_user <fbsd_user at a1poweruser.com>:
> Doing it your way will work also and is more in line with the 5.x
> way of doing things.
> But there is still need for a way to stop and/or restart it to get
> the updated guestlist file reread. Much like the (stop, start, and
> restart) functions for apache.
What's wrong with "/usr/local/etc/rc.d/doormand.sh (start|stop|restart)" ?
> And while you are at it the port description is so very poor at
> describing the port.
> How about something like this:
I did not change the description when I took over the port. The
description at http://doorman.sourceforge.net/ isn't too descriptive
I think your's is a little long. I'll see if I can come up with a shorter
one for the next release.
> One last thing. Doorman has a ms/windows knock program available as
> a .zip file. Sure would be nice to have that zip file included with
> the port alone with a example Windows's script combining the knock
> exec with say FTP or telnet.
This is a FreeBSD port. It does not even include the doorman code.
Why should it include something that is not even needed to run doorman
Thanks for your support,
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