Re: [pfSense-discussion] noob question

2007-09-23 Thread Zied Fakhfakh
Curtis LaMasters wrote: Zied, To answer your first questions sarcastically, yes, the red X in the upper right hand corner. But really, no, I do not believe there is a logout button from the web interface. Secondly, when you install pfSense to hard disk / flash disk / etc and are not

Re: [pfSense-discussion] noob question

2007-09-19 Thread DarkFoon
There is no logout (AFAIK) You can't install plain old 3rd party apps, you have you install a pfSense package. Only some software is available as pfSense packages, and many of them are beta or alpha. But you can make your own packages, something I haven't personally tried yet. To browse the

Re: [pfSense-discussion] noob question

2007-09-19 Thread Paul M
Zied Fakhfakh wrote: Hello everybody, I'm just starting with pfSense, nd I have a couple of questions - is there any logout button from the web interface ? it uses basic authentication, so you have to close browser (FYI, it's a long running bug/issue with firefox/mozilla to be able to

Re: [pfSense-discussion] noob question

2007-09-19 Thread Curtis LaMasters
Zied, To answer your first questions sarcastically, yes, the red X in the upper right hand corner. But really, no, I do not believe there is a logout button from the web interface. Secondly, when you install pfSense to hard disk / flash disk / etc and are not running off of the bootable CD w/

Re: [pfSense-discussion] noob question

2007-09-19 Thread Bill Marquette
On 9/19/07, Paul M [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Zied Fakhfakh wrote: Hello everybody, I'm just starting with pfSense, nd I have a couple of questions - is there any logout button from the web interface ? it uses basic authentication, so you have to close browser (FYI, it's a long running