Forgot to mention: My router is a Linksys WRT54G2
On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 06:12:04AM -0500, Chuck Hallenbeck wrote:
> If this is a known issue, I apologize. I am running a Lenny/testing
> system here, using only text console tools, no GUI. I have been using
> edbrowse for several years, keeping it current from the sourceforge CVS
> I recently noticed the Debian package for edbrowse, which seemed to be
> the same version as my most current edbrowse, and decided to switch to
> the package. My initial experience was excellent, no apparent problems
> after switching.
> But yesterday I attempted to access my router to check the
> configuration, and was unable to do it with package version of
> edbrowse. The sourceforge CVS version continues to work well.
> Increasing the edbrowse debug level to 3 shows that the package version
> executes, stopping with an empty buffer instead. The sourceforge
> version has supported accessing my router (and other routers) for a
> very long time, it is not a currently added feature.
> Any tips on how to solve this would be appreciated. Any further
> information that would be helpful, I can provide.
> Thanks, and congratulations on the great work of the accessibility team
> with the Lenny effort.
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