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Re: mod_octave?

From: Luke Scharf
Subject: Re: mod_octave?
Date: 20 Mar 2003 09:19:02 -0500

On Wed, 2003-03-19 at 22:30, Paul Kienzle wrote:
> Gavin Jin wrote:
> > Has anyone tried that. I don't know much about apache module,
> > but I just installed mod_ruby on my powerMac and I will surely
> > like to use octave for web applications. 
> a set of patterns.  You could make a safe interpreter
> by deleting all the system access commands from
> the octave symbol table. I believe these are all built-in
> commands, but you may need to remove some
> commands from the system path as well.

If you're running on a Unixish box, you might look into starting octave
with the 'chroot' command.  It's supposed to help sandbox these kinds of


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