A server to remotely control the internet connection
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
Copyright (C) 1999-2004 by S. Fuchs <email@example.com>
You may find the Homepage of LineControl at
This is LineControl Server. It is designed to run on a Linux
masquerading server which has for example a dial-up line to
your ISP to control.
LC is something similar to masqdialer and other remote control
programs for network-connections.
LineControl for Debian
In the last version I introduced a debconf based configuration
script. For the moment this script it is not able to autoconfigure
ISDN lines. I have no ISDN link to test configuration script. If you
have one, pls contact me so I can include this stuff too.
This package has two cgi-bin that make possible to read via a web
page some statis
linesrv.conf - Linesrv configuration file
This linesrv.conf configuration file is read by the Linesrv
daemon upon starting. In this file it is possible to specify
all the daemon properties such as binding address, start and
stop command for connection. This manual pag
linesrv - A serv
linesrv (2.1.21-4) unstable; urgency=low
* Updated config.* Closes: #357643
-- Marco Presi (Zuf
This package was debianized by Marco Presi <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Thu, 3 Jan 2002 22:58:28 +0100.
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