I've had lots of fun (and some luck) making a little jukebox-type midori image for myself, and I've actually spun off 4 units for friends and family. I'll share my work with you all when I tweak a couple more things. I've got some custom window manager buttons for managing xmms and some other niceties.
But here's my question: the nature of tinkering with these things means that I have to do lots of editing and tweaking on the boxes themselves to get things right (shell scripts, etc). I can freeze the changes in ok, but I'd like to yank the relevant files off of the unit over the lan and stick them into my build kit for next time.
It seems that the easiest scenario would be to pipe those files through the built-in httpd (for configuration) but I have no idea how to make that happen. It seems pretty tied to those .cgi scripts. I'm sure I could figure out how to allow connections from non-local ip's, but how can I serve up files?
Has anyone had any luck with that?