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linesrv A server to remotely control the internet connection
Installed size 312
Maintainer Marco Presi (Zufus) <zufus@debian.org>
Architecture i386
Version 2.1.21-4
Depends libc6 (>= 2.3.5-1), libpam0g (>= 0.76), adduser
Suggests pppconfig | wvdial, apache
File name pool/main/l/linesrv/linesrv_2.1.21-4_i386.deb
Description LineControl runs a server application on a masquerading - server (Linux). Clients on other hosts may now talk to this server and say that it should establish a certain line (usually using pppd/chat, isdnctrl or some other script). LineControl Server then calls a certain shellscript and waits until a specified network - device is up (for analog lines), until /dev/isdninfo changes its status (if using the ISDN capabilities) or until a certain file exists. Then it sends to all connected Clients a message that the connection is established. The connection won't get killed until each client told to do so, had a timeout or has been terminated. LineControl provides a nice status monitor via two easy to use cgi-bin pages

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