PicoBSD create a http menu

Clayton Scott Kern ckern1 at twcny.rr.com
Fri Apr 16 17:04:34 PDT 2004

Have you looked into either m0n0wall (http://m0n0.ch/wall/) or m0n0bsd (http://m0n0.ch/bsd/).

I'm using m0n0wall with a Soekris net4801 and I plan to try m0n0bsd in the future.

on 04-17-2004, Sjaak Nabuurs wrote:
> Hello
> I would like to setup a small box for managing bandwith, firewall rules and more ... on a flash cards if possible 32Mb card
> A user must have to setup his setting like ip adres gateway and DNS and firewall rules and more
> Everything has to be small I dont want to install apache/perl/php.
> I like picoBSD and this looks nice to me.
> Does anybody give me a good hint how to setup a webserver menu. Just like many devices use for settings (routers/asdl modems .....) some devices use telnet for settings.
> How they work with not to have perl or php do they use bash or something like to have interaction between a webserver and settings 
> I like to use the Boa webserver but how to get the settings from the webserver to example the /etc/rc.conf without perl or any programming language.
> Password management etc....
> I good hint on menu driven telnet/sh/bash  would be nice as well.
> Are there some examples for this, like passwd management.
> Cheers
> Sjaak
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