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Old 11-18-2012, 10:32 PM   #233
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Originally Posted by Tanga View Post
Yep, that's what I mean twobob. It'd be kind of tricky to have all the possible IP addresses available in launchpad, even if I only stuck to the common 192.168.1.?? and 192.168.2.?? numbers.
right... I do a fair bit of messing around and I use (about) 5 servers - tops.

didn't realise you were after something a bit more industrial.

Seems like a very simple interogative dialog then would be the way forward and pump the results directly to the kvn.sh thingy.

smells like a kindlet (or something) to me mate. (can kindlets calls shell scripts? hmm not sure, possibly not)

either way. popup menu. enter ip thingy. pass to script. seems a robust enough solution
(I get a strong suspicion you are about to ask exactly how)

*goes off to have a mooch around*

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