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Updated version of nPULSE (by popular demand)
From: Steve Horsburgh <shorsburgh () horsburgh com>
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2000 23:34:33 -0400

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Hello,

I received a number of emails from people who either did not have or did
not want to use the GD graphics library with nPULSE. But, most of you still
wanted the bar charts on the detailed history pages! So I've rewritten the
bar chart routine and have eliminated the requirements for libgd, GD.pm,
and GD::Graph.pm. The charts are now produced in straight HTML with a few
gifs. I also fixed the bugs and annoyances that were reported. Thank you
all for your comments.

The new version (0.2) is at http://www.horsburgh.com/h_npulse.html

(Note: I have not yet updated the SE version, just the standard version of
nPULSE.)

Please send me an Email if you have installed nPULSE on a system not listed
in the README file. Also, please let me know if you've used nPULSE with a
browser not listed. If you are the first to let me know, I'll include your
name in the README file. And as always, keep sending your comments,
suggestions, and bug reports.

The changes and updates from version 0.1 to 0.2 are in the file CHANGES.

For those who don't know, nPULSE is a web-based network monitoring tool
that uses NMAP as its core network engine. It is available for a free
download at http://www.horsburgh.com in the downloads section.

Regards,
  --Steve
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Dr. Steven Horsburgh
shorsburgh () horsburgh com
http://www.horsburgh.com


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