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I am a newbie but I am getting better at coding everyday. Here is my challenge. What I am doing is logging from a cisco router to my Linux box. Now I want to create a Perl/CGI script that will convert the syslog into HTML so that people do not have to console into my box to view the logs. Can anyone give me some direction. This is a big project for me and the hardest part is getting started and knowing what perl modules (if any) would be the most useful. Thanks in advance.

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