Feltis, Ralph C.
FELTIRC at dshs.wa.gov
Wed Nov 19 13:21:09 PST 2003
Ahh yes, I see how preparing an elegant solution would provide greater
flexibility. However, Cordula's solution (ssh user at some.host strings
somefile) is about a 15 second fix, whereas setting up a server is, well,
not so much a 15 second fix. Thanks for your all help guys.
From: Marty Landman [mailto:MLandman at face2interface.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 1:15 PM
To: cpghost at cordula.ws; paulbeard at mac.com
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: Network messaging
At 03:58 PM 11/19/2003, Cordula's Web wrote:
>Is ping not enough? An ICMP ECHO REPLY is a specific reply,
>directed only to the hosts that sent the ICMP ECHO REQUEST
>in the first place. It's not a prespecified _text_ reply,
>but it is a reply nonetheless.
>Of course, if you need more information, you need a
Ralph, my experience as a web developer and newness to system
administration directs me to see this in terms of an intranet. I think
installing Apache on the network server and then using a simple CGI app
would provide much more flexibility for future enhancements and the warm
fuzzy feeling that comes from writing apps on app software rather than on
the system level.
Or something. ;)
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