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NAME Rubic - Remote admin tool for ubic VERSION 0.0805 DESCRIPTION The distribution contains a web server "rubic" which allow you to run Ubic commands using a REST API. It also has a HTML based web interface or easy administration for humans. This is Ubic::Ping::Service on steroids. See also Mojolicious::Plugin::Ubic. SYNOPSIS $ rubic daemon --listen http://*:5000 Look for "Base path" in the output. Example: [Sun Nov 17 13:45:06 2013] [info] Base path: /e3927cec591094d8294dfff30f1110f3 Point your browser at "http://localhost:5000/e3927cec591094d8294dfff30f1110f3" Environment variables * UBIC_BASE_PATH Set your own "Base path" instead of using the auto-generated. This should be something very long to make it "impossible" to brute force. * MOJO_CONFIG Possible to configure the application using a config file in Perl format. FAQ What is ubic? See Ubic::Manual::FAQ. Why this weird "Base path"? Just to make it a bit safer, without requiring user/password. It is possible to make it safer by mouting the plugin in your own Mojolicious application, where you can add any sort of authentication you want. What about SSL support? It should be supported out of the box if you install IO::Socket::SSL: $ rubic daemon --listen https://*:5000 See "listen" in Mojo::Server::Daemon for more inforation about the "--listen" argument. COPYRIGHT This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself. AUTHOR Jan Henning Thorsen - "email@example.com"