[Pdns-users] Frontend for PowerDNS ?!
chris at shopa.com.au
Wed Dec 19 22:04:29 UTC 2007
Under debian (Etch) using the .deb files, it almost works in PHP5 last
time i installed it, but i did have some issues, and ended up running
php4 in fast cgi mode at a few sites that I've setup up poweradmin at. I
still dont think poweradmin is suitable for users without sufficient
knowledge of DNS.
On this topic, I actually ended up writing my own web-frontend
administration to powerdns, along with apache, postfix, and dovecot, due
to the severe lack of any user-friendly "nice" administration tools.
Unfortunately its not something I have the power to release to the
general public. But basically I dont think its all that much work to put
something together to manage just powerdns, depending on how crazy you
want to go with access controls.
John Armstrong wrote:
> Double check the PHP5 thing, works on my PHP 5 installs (as long as
> mysql is enabled).
> If we can get a real list of features / fixes together I'm more then
> willing to work on it. So far most of what I've heard is pretty small.
> On 12/19/07, Joe Sloan <joe at tmsusa.com> wrote:
>> John Armstrong wrote:
>>> What problems / features do you need in PowerDNS Admin that are not there?
>>> Its easy enough to pick this back up and maintain it. I've been using
>>> the 2005 version for years with no problems and would not mind taking
>>> it on.
>> That would be great if someone like yourself were willing to step up.
>> I'll have to look at it again, to remember what it needs. I looked at
>> several, and most tended to leave something or other to be done by hand
>> behind the scenes. Also, none of them would work out of the box on a
>> standard php5 installation.
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