Proxsi Publisher's description
from Moritz Grimm
Proxsi is a small proxy server that gathers XMLSysInfo output over the network on behalf of HTTP clients.
Proxsi is a small proxy server that gathers XMLSysInfo output over the network on behalf of HTTP clients. Proxsi's general purpose is to provide proxying, and translation to HTTP.
It is small, lightweight, requires no configuration to function, and was written with security in mind. Starting Proxsi as root will make it confine itself into a chroot jail and then immediately drop its privileges.
Proxsi is known to work at least on *BSD, Linux and Solaris.
Proxsi has the specific purpose of translating XMLSysInfo's plain XML output to HTTP. With it, virtually anything has unfettered access to XSI's system information. For example, other technologies that depend on HTTP, such as XForms, can be used to process and display the XML output to the user in a nice way.
What's New in This Release:This maintenance release comes with a few cosmetic fixes, as well as some changes that improve maintainability.
Also, two bugfixes from libevent SVN were incorporated into the version shipped with Proxsi.
libevent 1.2a (optional)
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall