PETITION: which program would you like to be installed in you MyBook with just a ckick from your browser, without using ssh and without the minimum knowledge of *nix?
i have provided an Automated installation of WebServer, AccessBook and FeatureManager for linux zero skilled people
Seriously, I'm more focused on p2p services, media server and other "non-tech progs" - and in this sense I posted this petition - but I'd prefer not to install another/use a webserver, just 1 click.
As I told you, I have an entire domain to use, so space is enough for two if you want to host your project or divide myboxproject in 2 sections (for example "home":mine & "pro":yours).
Without overlap we could satisfy all the needs of MyBook users with "a click or two" ;)
This could be nice!!!!
PS if you want we can discuss in pvt.
A working one-click CUPS installation would be wonderful!
Whats the best program to setup up on it to share music files with a selected number of people (often they are WAVS) so accessbooks 8mb limit rules that out! :(
CUPS could be of interest!
FTPs: I'm trying to install and configure some FTPDs on MyBook, but every software I try has some problems!!
On Debian there is no problem at all with that software, I really do not know why..
Noone interested in MLdonkey p2p client?
I am using eMule on my windows-machine, but tried aMule a few times…
Someone on this forum (sorry, not good with names) even compiled a version supporting uPnP especially for me and it was working.
But nothing more, really…
The webinterface is crap…..
Maybe this mldonkey is better?
It's not in optware…
I think it's wisest to include it into optware in the first place… This way you will have more betatesters….
I'm very pleased using transmission with my watchdog-script….
Some other suggestions:
- leave the documentroot of the standard WD alone and access it using port 8080 or 88. This way the original can always be accessed. Port 80 should point to a separate directory and as a bonus support vhosting….
- vhosting for lighttpd using a directory structure as database (I wrote a little tutorial on this forum), it uses an include to a /etc/lighttpd/conf.d/ directory.
- cron with /etc/cron.min /etc/cron.hourly /etc/cron.daily etc…. directories (like fedora). it needs run-parts and some way to prevent cluttering the log (another cron daemon which supports nologging)
- optware takes precedence over already installed programs
- some symbolic links for perl and python
- the optware collection of tools like find and netstat
[aMule] The webinterface is crap…..
Web1.0-style interface (without ajax calls) is not ideal for this sort of applications,… but fortunately a WinXP GUI exists!
By the way, is there a Vista-compatible one around? I think I have to compile it myself otherwise… ;)
Maybe this mldonkey is better?
MLdonkey has a Web1.0 interface too, but better than aMule (I do not know however if/how many XHR ajax calls are executed).
I think it's wisest to include it into optware in the first place…
I'm focusing on zero linux skilled people and one click installs..
Thanks for suggestions.