Camping or Rails for a Webmin-ish application?

I was thinking about creating a web-interface for managing a few
things on my server, and started wondering what would be easiest to
use when mainly running local-non-web code in the app. Like, the
simplest operation would be just a button to the web-app, but when you
push it, lots of ruby code will be done on the server, and the end
result sent to the user. I don't think any database interaction would
be applicable... (Except maybe a user-model)

You understand?

Suggestions?

Christian...

I was thinking about creating a web-interface for managing a few
things on my server, and started wondering what would be easiest to
use when mainly running local-non-web code in the app.

I think the ease of doing stuff will be the same, as they all support calling things in models.

The real question is, "Which one do you want to work with?"

I'd also add Merb on your list of candidates, but that's mainly because I've been having a lot of fun with it this week.

Camping should be plenty good enough to handle this, and is a lot
smaller dependency than Rails. Go camping.