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1 #!/usr/bin/perl
2 ###############################################################################
3 # #
4 # IPFire.org - A linux based firewall #
5 # Copyright (C) 2007 Michael Tremer & Christian Schmidt #
6 # #
7 # This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify #
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20 ###############################################################################
21
22 use strict;
23
24 # enable only the following on debugging purpose
25 #use warnings;
26 #use CGI::Carp 'fatalsToBrowser';
27
28 require '/var/ipfire/general-functions.pl';
29 require "${General::swroot}/lang.pl";
30 require "${General::swroot}/header.pl";
31
32 &Header::showhttpheaders();
33
34 &Header::openpage($Lang::tr{'credits'}, 1, '');
35
36 &Header::openbigbox('100%', 'center');
37
38 &Header::openbox('100%', 'left', 'Version');
39 print "This is IPFire ".`cat /opt/pakfire/etc/pakfire.conf | grep "version =" | cut -d\\" -f2`;
40 print "<br>".`uname -a`;
41 &Header::closebox();
42
43 &Header::openbox('100%', 'left', $Lang::tr{'credits'});
44
45 print <<END
46 <br /><center><b><a href='http://www.ipfire.org/'>http://www.ipfire.org/</a></b></center>
47 <br />
48 <p>
49 <b>IPFire is based on IPCop and Smoothwall. Many thanks to its developers.</b><br />
50 <b>We want to say thank you to all of the developers who ever contributed anything to IPFire.</b>
51 </p>
52
53 <p><b>Development:</b><br />
54
55 Project Leader - Michael Tremer
56 (<a href='mailto:mitch\@ipfire.org'>mitch\@ipfire.org</a>)<br />
57 Vice Project Leader - Christian Schmidt
58 (<a href='mailto:maniacikarus\@ipfire.org'>maniacikarus\@ipfire.org</a>)<br />
59 Developer - Arne Fitzenreiter
60 (<a href='mailto:arne\@ipfire.org'>arne\@ipfire.org</a>)<br />
61 Developer & Webmaster - Heiner Schmeling
62 (<a href='mailto:cm\@ipfire.org'>cm\@ipfire.org</a>)<br />
63 Supporter, WIKI Administrator & Sponsor - Ronald Wiesinger
64 (<a href='mailto:rowie\@ipfire.org'>rowie\@ipfire.org</a>)<br />
65 Supporter, WIKI Administrator - Silvio Rechenbach
66 (<a href='mailto:exciter\@ipfire.org'>exciter\@ipfire.org</a>)<br />
67 Sponsor - Sven Nierlein
68 (<a href='mailto:affect\@ipfire.org'>affect\@versatel.de</a>)<br />
69 Sponsor - Rene Zingel
70 (<a href='mailto:linuxadmin\@ipfire.org'>linuxadmin\@ipfire.org</a>)<br />
71 </p>
72 <p>Some parts of the distribution are left ajar on third-party software, that is licensed under the GPL, too.<br />
73 There are: Advanced Proxy with URL-Filter and Update-Accelerator, ZERINA, Connection Scheduler, Hddtemp and Wake-on-LAN.<br />
74 Distributed by Marco Sondermann, Ufuk Altinkaynak, Thomas Eichstaedt and Olaf Westrik.</p>
75 END
76 ;
77 &Header::closebox();
78
79 &Header::openbox('100%', 'left', 'General Public License v3');
80 print <<END;
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741 The hypothetical commands `show w' and `show c' should show the appropriate
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756
757 </pre>
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