You are accessing this server over IPv4 from [54.158.221.251] Today is Sat May 27 9:56 CEST 2017
ls -1
/boot
/boot/kernel
/dev
/home
/usr/bin/ssh
/var/db/pkg
/var/log
/var/log/httpd
Status
Up: 205 days, 13:39
Users: none
Login
Username:

Password:


Username and password are sent in clear text. For a secure connection click here.

new comment
Name:

E-mail:

Verification:
49879
Title:

Text:




Required fields: Name, Verification, Title, Text
Allowable tags: <center><img><b><i><u><a><pre><code><br>
CVS page updated

[by sven @ Tue Aug 27 17:48 CEST 2002]

Today I've updated the CVS page; added CVS commands for logging in and checking out modules, gave all listed modules a short description, added a link to cvshome.org and last but not least I've installed FreeBSD-CVSweb from the ports-tree. CVSweb is a WWW CGI script to browse CVS repository trees. It can display the revision history of a file, as well as diffs between revisions and downloading the whole file. Click here to view the CVS repository tree from freegw.


Add a comment


Daily message
Need to see your routing table? Type "netstat -rn". The entry with the G flag is your gateway. -- Dru <genesis@istar.ca>
Promo
http://www.kame.net/
The KAME Project

The KAME Project is a joint effort of six companies in Japan to provide a free IPv6 and IPsec (for both IPv4 and IPv6) stack for BSD variants to the world.