s.n.a.f.u. 1b-i

s.n.a.f.u. 1b-i

Post by Uncl » Tue, 04 Jul 2000 04:00:00



Hi everyone.

I'm working on a sysadmin utility
called s.n.a.f.u. (stands for Slippy
Network Admins ofFsck Util) and its
aimed at making the monitoring of logs,
activity, hardware activity, and system
status a little easier for folks doing
a lot of their admining on the cmdline,
not in X.

It also provides quick(er) access
to system confs for editing and system
logs for viewing.  And there are few
extra misc scripts in there as well.

I'm a looking for folks to giveit a
try and maybe some feed back as well.
Anyone interested in it can swing by:
http://www.geekcave.net

s.n.a.f.u. is an open source project
and developer input is welcomed
thankfully.  Comments, suggestion,
code, flames, etc. can be emailed to:

Thanks,
Uncle

www.geekcave.net

 
 
 

1. s.n.a.f.u. 1b-i

Hi everyone.

I'm working on a sysadmin utility
called s.n.a.f.u. (stands for Slippy
Network Admins ofFsck Util) and its
aimed at making the monitoring of logs,
activity, hardware activity, and system
status a little easier for folks doing
a lot of their admining on the cmdline,
not in X.

It also provides quick(er) access
to system confs for editing and system
logs for viewing.  And there are few
extra misc scripts in there as well.

I'm a looking for folks to giveit a
try and maybe some feed back as well.
Anyone interested in it can swing by:
http://www.geekcave.net

s.n.a.f.u. is an open source project
and developer input is welcomed
thankfully.  Comments, suggestion,
code, flames, etc. can be emailed to:

Thanks,
Uncle

www.geekcave.net

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