I've taken over this abandoned project. Working on migrating the code to PHP 5.3
If you already fixed the login.php and forgotpw.php bugs yourself, don't bother downloading v2.81
Wow - many things have changed or been created. A general overview:
1) Systems now have three sortable categories: assigned to a "user", "spare", and "independent".
2) Systems and periperhals can be assigned statuses: "Working", "In Service", "Need Service"
3) software handling has been greatly improved: now you can track licenses (which are affected by license type"), indicate whether software is machine-bound or not, and whether software is an OS or not. OS-designation gives software certain properties, such as priority in certain lists.
4) program security has been improved.
5) the ugly gradient left nav has been cleaned up. ;)
6) You can now assign and track system IP Addresses
7) Added a help ("introduction") page
8) Various UI improvements.
See release notes for details. BTW, apologies to all users of prior versions; unfortunately, there is no easy way to switch to v2.4. You'll have to enter your old data manually, or wait for me to (someday) get around to making a conversion script...
Version 2.2 includes a much-requested internal security (permissions) system, and the code has been cleaned up yet a bit more. Nothing much else.
Minor release, including mostly UI tweaks and improvements in code cleanliness (plus one bug fix). See release notes.
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