Kai Schätzl - 2001-09-27

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I have to back this partly. F.i., clicking on Virtual
Servers/Default Server/Networking Options I get

HTTP/1.0 500 Perl execution failed Server: MiniServ/0.01
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 17:35:44 GMT Content-type: text/html
Connection: close
Error - Perl execution failed
Not an ARRAY reference at mod_core.pl line 1006.

Linux RH 6.1 with Perl 5.6.0

Servername is shown for the default server but not
Serverident or Serveradmin. I'm also missing lines like
DefaultRoot / root
DefaultRoot ~ !root
Oops, just found them.

I think, there is a problem with the distinction between:
- Global configuration and
- Default Server

There is no such thing as a Default Server defined here.
Global Config = Default Server, but everything Global gets
listed under the Default Server. So, what would be left for

Also, and this is not ProFTPd specific, but it comes to my
mind now, it would be very nice if one could choose to have
the Label PLUS the original config option displayed, like:
"Maximum concurrent sessions (MaxClients)". I'm finding it
especially hard with ProFTPd to identify what actually is
what, probably because I'm not to often configuring it. But
I think it would be a good option in general. Probably off
by default for novice users. Also, something which I would
find sometimes useful if configuring a program I'm not so
familiar with would be to display the actual value
of "default".