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Old 31st January 2007, 17:07
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nice thinking
but eeek thats a lot of work ... and a lot of people yelling at you when its goes wrong ... and stuff

personal ... i would love to learn
but i'm still an very new to all of Linux and stuff
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Old 1st February 2007, 18:58
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Originally Posted by giorgiofr
Hello Till and Falko, I was wondering if you have any kind of "developer docs"
Unfortunately not.
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Old 30th May 2007, 20:38
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Hi all,
first post here - joined up because of this thread, so humour me for dragging it up again.

I'm interested in getting this running on FreeBSD and will have a small bit of time to put into it over the next few months.
I've been a *nix admin for years, using the universal control panel vim.
Most of my experience is linux and Solaris 7-10 with some OpenBSD.
I got a copy of FreeBSD 6.2 recently and it's a great performer.
I want to do a project to get to know it well, and this was suggested.

Anyway, if anyone's interested drop me a line.
I'm going to do an install on a FreeBSD box next week,
and if I get anywhere useful I'll make a formal application to join dev.
I've very little formal coding background myself, but I've loads of
problem solving experience and hate letting an issue get away.


If I can get the interface running for basic services, I'd also be interested
in starting to port the ipchains/iptables code to something more useful to Free|Open BSD.

Keep up the good work guys, ISPconfig is seriously suite.
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