[mrtg] Re: GUI for configuring MRTG

SHOLAAS Margaret G Margaret.G.SHOLAAS at ris.lane.or.us
Tue May 6 02:38:57 MEST 2003

EditPlus (http://www.editplus.com/) does that, too, I just discovered. Great

-----Original Message-----
From: David Mohorn [mailto:dm4714 at cox.net] 

You can always use UltraEdit http://www.ultraedit.com which has a nice
Open/Save FTP option.  I used it all the time at work from my Windows
machine to edit Unix files.  It will auto-convert files from Unix -> DOS and
back from DOS -> Unix when opening and saving.

Very nice.


 -----Original Message-----

SHOLAAS Margaret G said:

> Yes, Linux purists, I know it's cheating, but desperate times sometimes
> require desperate measures! :-)

I reccomend using dos2unix if you do this, so the files on the linux
side is "clean" (it removes the carriage returns from the file).

dos2unix -o filename

you can use unix2dos to convert it back.


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