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December 19, 2012, at 07:47 PM by fredoule2k --
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  • aiccu for the syno-e500 feed, so it could work on synology diskstation 110+ and other MPC8533E? devices
April 23, 2012, at 12:40 PM by Robb --
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  • This won't work on all devices - but it wil on i686.
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April 23, 2012, at 12:38 PM by Robb -- Busybox request
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Please update Busybox to newest version - it has rpm support.

  • This won't work on all devices - but it wil on i686.
March 23, 2011, at 08:34 AM by Burak -- castget patch request
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  • castget Add this patch to the current build to allow file renaming http://savannah.nongnu.org/bugs/download.php?file_id=19408.
January 27, 2011, at 01:20 PM by clash --
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  • Asterisk : Add the res_srtp.so module to the Asterisk 1.8 package
November 19, 2010, at 04:04 PM by latruffelavachecom -- Request of tesseract for mv5281
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  • In oder to install Pyload on my NAS Synology DS107?+ (Marvell Orion mv5281 ARM Processor), I'd like to get the two packages tesseract-ocr and tesseract-ocr-lang-eng. Thanx
May 28, 2010, at 06:08 PM by somekool --
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  • CUPS - CUPS is broken. wrong kernel version for modules
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  • CUPS - CUPS in new version
    • 2nd, vote for **cups**, yes please.
May 28, 2010, at 06:05 PM by somekool -- votes for cups, netatalk and ipsec
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 - Second vote for Openswan. IPsec? is about the only thing we can't do!
 - 3rd vote for OpenSWAN?
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  • Second vote for Openswan. IPsec? is about the only thing we can't do!
  • 3rd vote for OpenSWAN?
  • 4th vote, but it seems kernel 2.6.24.111 does not have xfrm_register_mode enabled. so it needs a kernel upgrade. PLEASE !!! 2010-05-30
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  • 4th, vote for Netatalk
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  • 2nd, vote for **cups**, yes please.
September 25, 2009, at 11:31 PM by Trevor Hemsley -- Added request for mysql support in the snort build
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  • Would be nice if MySQL support was enabled in snort builds (or perhaps provided as a separate add-on package that enabled it in the standard build)
July 26, 2009, at 04:47 PM by bLy -- Added vote for Fluxbox
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  • Yes please, this would be really nice! - bLy
May 18, 2009, at 01:26 AM by BrianZhou -- Fulfilled dbus-python & mkvtoolnix
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  • dbus-python to support scanning for hp devices
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  • mkvtoolnix http://bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix - Cross-platform tools for Matroska
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  • dbus-python to support scanning for hp devices
  • mkvtoolnix http://bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix - Cross-platform tools for Matroska
April 27, 2009, at 09:48 PM by BrianZhou -- boost fulfilled
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  • Boost I would really like to see this package become awailable for an unslung box ( optware_nslu2_cross_stable ? )
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  • Boost I would really like to see this package become awailable for an unslung box ( optware_nslu2_cross_stable ? )
April 16, 2009, at 09:28 PM by goertsch --
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  • All compile, though it doesn't seem to communication with my printer properly.
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  • All compile, though it doesn't seem to communication with my printer properly.
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April 16, 2009, at 09:27 PM by goertsch -- dbus-python
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  • dbus-python to support scanning for hp devices
March 18, 2009, at 07:34 PM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled bacula
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Network Backup

  • Bacula - Bacula Network Backup, Storage Demon
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  • mediatomb UPnP? AV server with transcoding feature (>v0.11.0) for D-Link DNS-323 Download Page
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  • mediatomb UPnP? AV server with transcoding feature (>v0.11.0) for D-Link DNS-323 Download Page
  • Bacula - Bacula Network Backup, Storage Demon
December 07, 2008, at 07:31 PM by Siemek --
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  • Bacula - Bacula Network Backup, Storage Demon
October 22, 2008, at 05:25 AM by Jan Postma -- vote for a groupware server
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  • #2 vote for a groupware server, either egroupware or citadel
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  • #2 vote for a groupware server, either egroupware or citadel
October 21, 2008, at 05:08 PM by Alex -- added wish for egroupware
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  • eGroupWare
October 20, 2008, at 06:06 PM by rivalcomp -- adding mediatomb to wish list
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  • mediatomb UPnP? AV server with transcoding feature (>v0.11.0) for D-Link DNS-323 Download Page
October 16, 2008, at 06:33 AM by Peter -- Added wish for webmin
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  • #17 vote for Webmin (or something similar) - Peter F.
October 14, 2008, at 07:10 AM by Giovanni -- PPPoE vote
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  • a fourth vote for PPPoE
October 07, 2008, at 11:19 AM by PPPOE -- third vote PPPOE
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  • a third vote for PPPoE
October 05, 2008, at 09:48 PM by httpcefncom -- Adding vote for HFS
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  • 12th vote for HFS+ support 2008/10/05
October 03, 2008, at 11:35 AM by René Luckow --
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  • ffmpegthumbnailer

http://code.google.com/p/ffmpegthumbnailer/ - For use with mediatomb and ffmpeg.

September 19, 2008, at 05:43 PM by PH -- PBX
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  • [http://www.nch.com.au/pbx/pbx.tar.gz] VoiP? PBX with web interface
September 18, 2008, at 11:54 AM by Gary Barker -- More info added
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  • LIRC package that supports internal serial port and not just tira device
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  • LIRC package that supports internal serial port and not just tira device on Unslung NSLU2
September 18, 2008, at 06:49 AM by Gary Barker -- forgot ]
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  • [[http://www.lirc.org/|LIRC] package that supports internal serial port and not just tira device
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  • LIRC package that supports internal serial port and not just tira device
September 18, 2008, at 06:46 AM by Gary Barker -- Add serial device to existing lirc package
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  • [[http://www.lirc.org/|LIRC] package that supports internal serial port and not just tira device
September 14, 2008, at 11:09 PM by Mattyp1 -- Vote for HFS Support
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  • 11th vote for HFS+ support 2008/09/14
September 08, 2008, at 07:18 PM by sparkag -- Voted for NTFS-3G
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  • 9th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/09/08)
September 07, 2008, at 02:51 AM by SwanS -- NTFS-3G - The existing version in optware is very old.
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  • NTFS-3G (http://www.ntfs-3g.org) - the Paragon driver that comes with unslung is buggy, hangs the slug at times and doesn't handle timestamps correctly with rsync, would love to try other drivers for ntfs disks
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  • NTFS-3G (http://www.ntfs-3g.org) - The existing version in optware is very old. The Paragon driver that comes with unslung is buggy, hangs the slug at times and doesn't handle timestamps correctly with rsync, would love to try other drivers for ntfs disks
September 07, 2008, at 02:49 AM by SwanS -- Vote for NTFS-3G
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  • 8th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/09/07)
August 15, 2008, at 04:32 PM by wary --
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  • http://www.torproject.org TOR v. 0.2.0.30
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  • TOR v. 0.2.0.30
August 15, 2008, at 04:31 PM by wary -- added TOR 0.2.0.30
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  • http://www.torproject.org TOR v. 0.2.0.30
August 13, 2008, at 04:34 PM by fcm -- Moved amule 2.2.2 to fulfilled wishes
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  • aMule 2.2.2 http://www.amule.org/
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  • aMule 2.2.2 http://www.amule.org/
August 12, 2008, at 07:36 PM by fcm -- added amule 2.2.2
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  • aMule 2.2.2 http://www.amule.org/
August 11, 2008, at 12:30 AM by BrianZhou -- sabnzbdplus, mt-daapd-svn fulfilled
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  • SABnzbdplus, the continued development of the NNTP binaries leecher SABnzbd?. More stable and versatile than its predecessor.
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  • mt-daapd: at the moment only the old 2.1 version of mt-daapd is available for SlugOS or Openslug. N newer version of mt-daapd (aka firefly) would be appreciated.
  • gphoto2 and libgphoto2 - latest version - v2.4.1 - to fix a bug that is causing remote control of my camera from nslu2/unslung to fail.
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  • SABnzbdplus, the continued development of the NNTP binaries leecher SABnzbd?. More stable and versatile than its predecessor.
  • mt-daapd: at the moment only the old 2.1 version of mt-daapd is available for SlugOS or Openslug. N newer version of mt-daapd (aka firefly) would be appreciated.
  • gphoto2 and libgphoto2 - latest version - v2.4.1 - to fix a bug that is causing remote control of my camera from nslu2/unslung to fail.
August 10, 2008, at 09:12 PM by wary -- quoat added
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  • quota - set disk quota e.g. for polipo which has no internal quota handling
July 27, 2008, at 02:54 PM by paulhar --
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  • 2nd vote for Perl Multithreading! (needed for OzymanDNS?)
July 23, 2008, at 06:17 PM by Wary -- +vote for OpenSWAN
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 - 3rd vote for OpenSWAN?
July 23, 2008, at 04:50 PM by Wary -- added perl-thread to the wishlist
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Perl extensions

  • Thread - Multithreading support for Perl
July 22, 2008, at 04:32 PM by BrianZhou -- freeradius >=1.1.3 fulfilled
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  • FreeRADIUS - We need a new version of FreeRadius (1.1.3 or above) so Vista clients can also connect.
                  - Packages for optware feed syno-x07 would be nice :-)
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  • FreeRADIUS - We need a new version of FreeRadius (1.1.3 or above) so Vista clients can also connect.
                  - Packages for optware feed syno-x07 would be nice :-)
July 06, 2008, at 01:05 PM by Ben Woods -- Added FUSEPod to the list
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  • +1 for FUSE since it is a requirement for FUSEPod? (see below)
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  • FUSEPod - a userspace filesystem which mounts your iPod into a directory for easy browsing of your songs on your iPod.
July 05, 2008, at 11:21 AM by momo --
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   * A second vote por boinc-client
July 02, 2008, at 03:35 PM by grix -- Request for new version of siproxd
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  • a new version of siproxd. Current ver. is 0.5.10 from 01-Feb-2005. Missing host_outbound feature.
June 06, 2008, at 09:32 AM by Thin --
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- 2nd vote for latest version of NTFS-3G (2008/03/10) - 3rd vote for latest version of NFFS-3G (2008/03/10) - 4th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/03/22) for MyWorlddBook - 5th vote for NTFS-3G for MyBook? World Edition (2008/04/30) - 6th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/06/05) - 7th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/06/06)

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  • 2nd vote for latest version of NTFS-3G (2008/03/10)
  • 3rd vote for latest version of NFFS-3G (2008/03/10)
  • 4th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/03/22) for MyWorlddBook
  • 5th vote for NTFS-3G for MyBook? World Edition (2008/04/30)
  • 6th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/06/05)
  • 7th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/06/06)
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- 2nd vote for latest version of Linux-NTFS (2008/06/06)

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  • 2nd vote for latest version of Linux-NTFS (2008/06/06)
June 06, 2008, at 09:31 AM by Thin --
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- 7th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/06/06)

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- 2nd vote for latest version of Linux-NTFS (2008/06/06)

June 05, 2008, at 07:59 PM by windar --
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- 6th vote for NTFS-3G for MyBook? World Edition (2008/04/30)

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- 5th vote for NTFS-3G for MyBook? World Edition (2008/04/30) - 6th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/06/05)

  • Linux-NTFS (http://www.linux-ntfs.org/) and ntfsprogs 2.0.0 with read/write support
May 28, 2008, at 11:14 AM by windar --
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                  - Packages for optware feed syno-x07 would be nice :-)
May 24, 2008, at 04:32 AM by BrianZhou -- fuppes updated to SVN-578
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  • Fuppes SVN-578 (Free UPnP? Entertainment Service) [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=141999]
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  • Fuppes SVN-578 (Free UPnP? Entertainment Service) [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=141999]
May 22, 2008, at 10:15 PM by Simon --
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  • 10th vote for HFS+ support 2008/05/22
May 14, 2008, at 04:58 AM by lamawithonel --
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Network Backup

April 30, 2008, at 05:18 PM by avgjoe -- removed my request for mbbs and changed to Citadel
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  • mconv BBS mconv BBS
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  • Citadel Groupware server Citadel Groupware Server
April 30, 2008, at 05:01 PM by kevix -- cleanup - what\\
April 30, 2008, at 04:59 PM by kevix -- vote for NTFS-3G
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 -4th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/03/22) for MyWorlddBook
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- 4th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/03/22) for MyWorlddBook - 6th vote for NTFS-3G for MyBook? World Edition (2008/04/30)

April 30, 2008, at 09:08 AM by natstapleshotmailcom -- Second vote for openswan
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  • Openswan - IPsec for Linux implementation, to build (cross-platform) IPsec tunnels - probably easy to build an Oleg ipkg package since there is already an Openwrt package
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  • Openswan - IPsec for Linux implementation, to build (cross-platform) IPsec tunnels - probably easy to build an Oleg ipkg package since there is already an Openwrt package
 - Second vote for Openswan. IPsec? is about the only thing we can't do!
April 29, 2008, at 07:22 PM by avgjoe --
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  • mconv BBS mconv BBS
April 17, 2008, at 01:56 PM by Christian Heimerl -- SANE works
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  • I had similar messages, but it works now, at least on my QNAP TS-109.
April 16, 2008, at 08:54 PM by avgjoe --
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  • mkvtoolnix http://bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix - Cross-platform tools for Matroska
April 16, 2008, at 09:18 AM by Marcus Groen -- fuppes link added
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  • Fuppes SVN-578 (Free UPnP? Entertainment Service) [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=141999]
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  • Fuppes SVN-578 (Free UPnP? Entertainment Service) [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=141999]
April 16, 2008, at 09:16 AM by Marcus Groen -- Fuppes SVN-578 (Free UPnP Entertainment Service)
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  • Fuppes SVN-578 (Free UPnP? Entertainment Service) [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=141999]
April 15, 2008, at 11:49 AM by pembo --
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April 15, 2008, at 11:49 AM by pembo --
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  • All compile though libieee1284_test shows 3 inaccessible ports (0x278, 0x378 and 0x3bc) which seems to prevent it working.
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  • All compile, though it doesn't seem to communication with my printer properly.
April 14, 2008, at 11:23 PM by Fritz --
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  • [[http://www.gphoto.org/|gphoto2 and libgphoto2] - latest version - v2.4.1 - to fix a bug that is causing remote control of my camera from nslu2/unslung to fail.
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  • gphoto2 and libgphoto2 - latest version - v2.4.1 - to fix a bug that is causing remote control of my camera from nslu2/unslung to fail.
April 14, 2008, at 11:22 PM by Fritz --
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  • [[http://www.gphoto.org/|gphoto2 and libgphoto2] - latest version - v2.4.1 - to fix a bug that is causing remote control of my camera from nslu2/unslung to fail.
April 14, 2008, at 10:27 PM by pembo --
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  • libinklevel for determining ink status of connecting printer. (requires libieee1284 also)
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  • libinklevel for determining ink status of connected printer. (requires libieee1284 also)
April 14, 2008, at 10:27 PM by pembo -- added libieee1284 error
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  • All compile though libieee1284_test shows 3 inaccessible ports (0x278, 0x378 and 0x3bc) which seems to prevent it working.
April 14, 2008, at 10:24 PM by pembo -- added libinklevel
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  • libinklevel for determining ink status of connecting printer. (requires libieee1284 also)
April 12, 2008, at 02:29 PM by Rigas -- wish for newer release of mt-daapd
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  • mt-daapd: at the moment only the old 2.1 version of mt-daapd is available for SlugOS or Openslug. N newer version of mt-daapd (aka firefly) would be appreciated.
April 12, 2008, at 12:51 PM by Josef K --
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  • cryptopp 5.5.2 which is used from mldonkey and amule
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  • cryptopp 5.5.2 which is used for cryptography by mldonkey and amule
April 12, 2008, at 12:51 PM by Josef K --
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  • cryptopp 5.5.2 which is used from mldonkey and amule
April 06, 2008, at 02:05 PM by Albert Schmid -- Successful compilation of swish-e
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  • swish-e - File Indexer
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  • swish-e - File Indexer, so we can index a lot of HTML-files. I have successfully compiled and installed the software using the information doing crosscompiling from this site. I am not very familiar with svn, so I haven't committed it into the package repository. Maybe I will do it later.
April 03, 2008, at 09:16 PM by Albert Schmid -- Wishing swish-e indexer for Optware
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  • swish-e - File Indexer
March 26, 2008, at 12:43 AM by ChrisKantarjiev -- removed extra AX25 line!
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  • AX25 kernel modules and tools
March 26, 2008, at 12:40 AM by ChrisKantarjiev -- Add AX.25 to wishlist
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  • AX25 kernel modules and tools.
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  • AX25 kernel modules and tools
March 22, 2008, at 07:08 PM by jimjwsmithorg -- another vote for mtfs-3g
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 -4th vote for NTFS-3G (2008/03/22) for MyWorlddBook
March 22, 2008, at 03:18 AM by BassKozz -- Added \'hellanzb\' to \"Network/Communication\"
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  • hellanzb - For easy NZB Downloading and Unpacking (it even checks PAR files if necessary)
March 19, 2008, at 08:02 PM by makka -- add vote for mldonkey
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  • 9 votes for mldonkey
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  • 10 votes for mldonkey
March 14, 2008, at 01:31 PM by claque2000 --
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  • 9th vote for HFS+ support 2008/03/14
March 12, 2008, at 01:29 PM by salzmada --
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- 3rd vote for latest version of NFFS-3G (2008/03/10)

March 10, 2008, at 12:45 PM by gingerbeer1lycoscom -- Added a vote for NTFS-3G
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- 2nd vote for latest version of NTFS-3G (2008/03/10)

March 09, 2008, at 03:25 PM by Ian --
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  • Openswan - IPsec for Linux implementation, to build (cross-platform) IPsec? tunnels - probably easy to build an Oleg ipkg package since there is already an Openwrt package
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  • Openswan - IPsec for Linux implementation, to build (cross-platform) IPsec tunnels - probably easy to build an Oleg ipkg package since there is already an Openwrt package
March 09, 2008, at 03:24 PM by Ian -- Added some links to openswan
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  • Openswan - IPsec? for Linux implementation, to build (cross-platform) IPsec? tunnels - probably easy to build an Oleg ipkg package since there is already an Openwrt package
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  • Openswan - IPsec for Linux implementation, to build (cross-platform) IPsec? tunnels - probably easy to build an Oleg ipkg package since there is already an Openwrt package
March 09, 2008, at 03:20 PM by Ian -- Added Openswan to the whish list
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  • Openswan - IPsec? for Linux implementation, to build (cross-platform) IPsec? tunnels - probably easy to build an Oleg ipkg package since there is already an Openwrt package
March 09, 2008, at 01:09 PM by tlhackque -- logger
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  • logger (syslog entry from command line) - although a version is in busybox 1.0, a standalone version would be better.
March 05, 2008, at 08:32 PM by Nadia --
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  • This will be really cool - Nadia
March 05, 2008, at 08:31 PM by Adnan --
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Fluxbox - Desktop / window manager. http://fluxbox.sourceforge.net

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  • Fluxbox - Desktop / window manager.
    http://fluxbox.sourceforge.net
March 05, 2008, at 03:33 PM by Rob Vermeulen --
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  • SABnzbdplus, the continued development of the NNTP binaries leecher SABnzbd?. More stable and versatile than its predecessor.
March 04, 2008, at 10:26 PM by Adnan -- To be able to use Xwindow
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Fluxbox - Desktop / window manager. http://fluxbox.sourceforge.net

February 22, 2008, at 10:11 PM by Adamo -- 2nd vote for FreePOPs
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    *2nd vote -FreePOPs? -- Adamo
February 12, 2008, at 03:57 PM by Gary Tomato -- Vista incompatibility with FreeRadius and wish for a new version
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  • FreeRADIUS - We need a new version of FreeRadius (1.1.3 or above) so Vista clients can also connect.
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  • FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more. freeradius is recently back in the feeds, it needs testers
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  • FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more. freeradius is recently back in the feeds, it needs testers - this version is NOT compatible with Vista clients
February 06, 2008, at 09:29 PM by David -- vote
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  • #16 vote for Webmin - David
January 31, 2008, at 08:43 AM by Gasolio --
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  • 8 votes for mldonkey
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  • 9 votes for mldonkey
January 28, 2008, at 09:28 AM by lamawithonel --
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  • Im not sure about if we are allowed to repackage these... But i shall check into it. Ventrilo (http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/SetUpAVentriloServer) is easily manaully installed. Teamspeak (http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/SetUpATeamspeakServer) is under going wor to try and develop. -- Reedy Boy
  • Mumble is fully licensed under the GNU GPL.
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  • Im not sure about if we are allowed to repackage these... But i shall check into it. Ventrilo (http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/SetUpAVentriloServer) is easily manaully installed. Teamspeak (http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/SetUpATeamspeakServer) is under going wor to try and develop. -- Reedy Boy
  • Mumble is fully licensed under the GNU GPL.
January 28, 2008, at 09:27 AM by lamawithonel -- Added [[http://mumble.sourceforge.net/|Mumble]]
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  • TeamSpeak, Ventrilo for Group-Voice-Communication Server
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  • TeamSpeak, Ventrilo or Mumble for Group-Voice-Communication Server
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  • Mumble is fully licensed under the GNU GPL.
January 28, 2008, at 08:40 AM by Timo -- UPS support
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  • http://www.networkupstools.org/ nut package - networked UPS support for various devices (APC, Powerware etc.)
January 27, 2008, at 06:22 AM by lamawithonel -- Added [[http://www.openca.info/|OpenXPKI]]
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  • OpenXPKI, public key infrastructure (PKI) suite.
January 23, 2008, at 07:51 PM by mfm --
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  • #15 vote for Webmin - Mathias (This Tool would be ideal to manage all that the NSLU2 can provide)
January 08, 2008, at 09:18 PM by Lap -- HFS vote
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  • 8th vote for HFS+ support
January 08, 2008, at 06:04 AM by Simone --
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  • NTFS-3G (http://www.ntfs-3g.org) - the Paragon driver that comes with unslung is buggy, hangs the slug at times and doesn't handle timestamps correctly with rsync, would love to try other drivers for ntfs disks
January 06, 2008, at 11:00 AM by Simula77 -- Added some info on current status of FUSE
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  • FUSE package is available but it is unclear whether it works or not
  • +1 for FUSE since it is a requirement for SSHFS (see below)
January 05, 2008, at 12:47 PM by Simula77 -- Added request for SSHFS
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  • Axel - Download accelerator.
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  • Axel - Download accelerator.
  • SSHFS - access remote files securely over SSH just as if they were local files (http://fuse.sourceforge.net/sshfs.html)
January 05, 2008, at 10:50 AM by N Nino -- HFS+ / Time Machine support
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  • 7th vote for HFS+ support
January 03, 2008, at 11:25 AM by dolphs -- requesting native compile packages for slugos4.8 and libftdi lib
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  • libftdi - to have also libraries available (e.g. for smartmouse USB)
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  • monotone-5 for slugos 4.8
January 02, 2008, at 12:46 PM by Frej --
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  • 6th vote for HFS+ support
January 02, 2008, at 12:45 PM by GLA --
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  • 5th vote for HFS+ support
January 01, 2008, at 09:18 PM by Martin S --
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  • kernel-module-ftdi-sio - to connect a usb2serial adapter (e.g. fhz 1000 Home Automation device)
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  • FHEM - Home Automation Server based on FS20? Protocol - FHZ 1000 Home Automation device
December 29, 2007, at 10:35 PM by Martin S -- ifolder
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  • ifolder - sync tool

http://www.ifolder.com/index.php/Main_Page

December 10, 2007, at 08:57 PM by Jano -- added vote for HFS+ support
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  • 4th vote for HFS+ support
December 08, 2007, at 06:52 PM by BrianZhou -- apcupsd & truecrypt
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  • Truecrypt - Open-source and platform-independent disk encryption software.
Deleted line 118:
  • apcupsd - www.apcupsd.org, making it possible to monitor attached UPS over ethernet instead of a USB port.
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  • Truecrypt - Open-source and platform-independent disk encryption software. Package added for mssii, it requires 2.6.5+ kernel.
  • apcupsd - www.apcupsd.org, making it possible to monitor attached UPS over ethernet instead of a USB port. - package ported, please test.
December 03, 2007, at 03:59 PM by JP -- 2nd Vote for GPSd
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  • Vote for GPSd? - battery powered slug could record position/time over long periods (more points than hand held device's usual 1000s)
November 10, 2007, at 03:27 PM by Quentin -- HFS+ support vote
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  • 3rd vote for HFS+ support
November 07, 2007, at 04:42 AM by BrianZhou -- added tls support to postfix; fulfilled pyopenssl
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  • pyOpenSSL - Python interface to the OpenSSL? library.
to:
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  • sendmail/postfix/exim/qmail - Mailserver - postfix is available as ipk *but no tls-support, please compile in...
to:
  • sendmail/postfix/exim/qmail - Mailserver - sendmail/postfix are available as ipk
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  • pyOpenSSL - Python interface to the OpenSSL? library.
  • added tls-support to postfix
November 06, 2007, at 12:22 PM by xarks -- tls-support for postfix
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  • sendmail/postfix/exim/qmail - Mailserver - postfix is available as ipk
to:
  • sendmail/postfix/exim/qmail - Mailserver - postfix is available as ipk *but no tls-support, please compile in...
November 01, 2007, at 05:26 PM by Mick --
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  • pyOpenSSL - Python interface to the OpenSSL? library.
October 20, 2007, at 06:34 PM by -DC- -- Added Truecrypt link
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  • Truecrypt - open-source disk encryption software truecrypt.org.
to:
  • Truecrypt - Open-source and platform-independent disk encryption software.
October 17, 2007, at 11:14 AM by cyrxi -- rtorrent
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  • a new/patched version of rtorrent (fix the display "0" all the time issue and the 2 throttling issues)
October 16, 2007, at 04:36 PM by DeBing -- Request for MySQL Version 5.1
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  • Please release the newest MySQL Version (5.1) as an ipkg package.
October 16, 2007, at 06:00 AM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled unified ghostscript and cups-pdf
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  • gs-esp || gs-gpl - Ghostscript interpreter. There is ghostscript 8.50 in the feed. The unified ghostscript 8.60 is being worked on.
Deleted line 115:
  • cups-pdf - to enable "printing" to a virtual pdf printer - i.e. creates a pdf file by pressing Print
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  • gs-esp || gs-gpl - Ghostscript interpreter. The unified ghostscript 8.60 (which supercedes esp-gs and gpl-gs) is in the feed.
  • cups-pdf - to enable "printing" to a virtual pdf printer - i.e. creates a pdf file by pressing Print
October 15, 2007, at 05:19 AM by BrianZhou -- ghostscript update
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  • gs-esp || gs-gpl - Ghostscript interpreter
to:
  • gs-esp || gs-gpl - Ghostscript interpreter. There is ghostscript 8.50 in the feed. The unified ghostscript 8.60 is being worked on.
October 15, 2007, at 05:16 AM by BrianZhou -- busybox eject
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  • eject, this is especially of interest to deactivate USB devices

+1!

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  • eject, this is especially of interest to deactivate USB devices. "busybox eject"
October 07, 2007, at 01:19 PM by epic -- +1 for eject
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  • eject, this is especially of interest to deactivate USB devices
to:
  • eject, this is especially of interest to deactivate USB devices

+1!

October 04, 2007, at 09:47 AM by fueriose --
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  • nethostfs - Network Host File System Server for the Playstation Portable(PSP). Allows sharing of files on a pc with the psp over wifi.

nethostfs15src Linux source

to:
  • iR Shell + nethostfs - Network Host File System Server for the Playstation Portable(PSP).

Allows streaming of files on a pc with the psp over wifi nethostfs15src Linux source

October 04, 2007, at 09:44 AM by fueriose -- new psp link info
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I believe the latest version is 1.7 but I can only seem to find 1.5 here: http://dl.qj.net/dl.php?fid=9992 someone has managed to get it working in a similar fashion: http://chunglam188.blogspot.com/2006/12/portable-wireless-storage-for-psp.html

to:

nethostfs15src Linux source

October 01, 2007, at 02:54 PM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled open2300
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  • open2300 - a software to read the values from a ws2300 weaterstation, best for wl500gP http://www.lavrsen.dk/twiki/bin/view/Open2300/WebHome
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  • open2300 - a software to read the values from a ws2300 weaterstation, best for wl500gP http://www.lavrsen.dk/twiki/bin/view/Open2300/WebHome
October 01, 2007, at 10:04 AM by britnet -- open2300
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  • open2300 - a software to read the values from a ws2300 weaterstation, best for wl500gP http://www.lavrsen.dk/twiki/bin/view/Open2300/WebHome
September 29, 2007, at 06:44 AM by BrianZhou -- moved all PHP extensions together
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  • php-sqlite extension <s>(There is one for mysql, but not for sqlite - preferably linked against sqlite v2 for adodb compatibility - this would still maintain compatibility with sqlite v3)</s>
    • There is a php-sqlite extension for sqlitev2, but it is NOT compatible with v3. I would like v3 support.
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  • PHP with SNMP and working socket support
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to:
  • php-sqlite extension <s>(There is one for mysql, but not for sqlite - preferably linked against sqlite v2 for adodb compatibility - this would still maintain compatibility with sqlite v3)</s>
    • There is a php-sqlite extension for sqlitev2, but it is NOT compatible with v3. I would like v3 support.
  • PHP with SNMP and working socket support
September 29, 2007, at 06:38 AM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled leafnode
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  • NNTP-server, a small one like leafnode or a more complex like inn.... - 'leafnode is available as ipk'
to:
  • NNTP-server, a small one like leafnode or a more complex like inn.... - leafnode is available as ipk
September 29, 2007, at 06:37 AM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled leafnode
Changed line 66 from:
  • NNTP-server, a small one like leafnode or a more complex like inn....
to:
  • NNTP-server, a small one like leafnode or a more complex like inn.... - 'leafnode is available as ipk'
September 28, 2007, at 02:15 PM by BrianZhou -- bridge-utils fulfilled
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  • bridge-utils - hosting a bridged vpn on ds101g using openvpn. About linux bridging, Source Files
Added line 175:
  • bridge-utils - hosting a bridged vpn on ds101g using openvpn. About linux bridging, Source Files
September 28, 2007, at 06:03 AM by PhilJourdren -- second vote for gettext support in php extensions
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  • second vote for gettext support, so phpldapadmin will work fine !
September 28, 2007, at 03:53 AM by roamingsim -- Added request for bridge-utils
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  • MatrixSSL - PeerSec? Networks MatrixSSL?™ is an embedded SSL implementation designed for small footprint applications and devices.
to:
  • MatrixSSL - PeerSec? Networks MatrixSSL?™ is an embedded SSL implementation designed for small footprint applications and devices.
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  • bridge-utils - hosting a bridged vpn on ds101g using openvpn. About linux bridging, Source Files
September 19, 2007, at 03:22 PM by BrianZhou -- added link to donation
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to:

https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if your wish has been fulfilled.


September 17, 2007, at 02:13 PM by Johann Hjaltason -- apcupsd - monitoring attached UPS over ethernet
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  • apcupsd - www.apcupsd.org, making it possible to monitor attached UPS over ethernet instead of a USB port.
September 16, 2007, at 05:18 PM by mech -- Add php-gettext to install calDav server
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  • gettext (without it, horde won't work)
to:
  • gettext (without it, horde won't work / nor will this caldav server: http://rscds.sourceforge.net/)
September 15, 2007, at 11:59 PM by Diamond3 --
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  • rtorrent - it looks more complete than ctorrent (monitoring of a folder, interactive, multiple downloads) but lighter than python-bittorrent.
to:
  • rTorrent - it looks more complete than ctorrent (monitoring of a folder, interactive, multiple downloads) but lighter than python-bittorrent.
September 15, 2007, at 11:58 PM by Diamond3 --
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  • rTorrent - An updated version (v0.7.8+) would be nice
to:
Added line 142:
  • An updated version (v0.7.8+) would be nice
September 12, 2007, at 07:41 PM by Diamond3 -- rTorrent update
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  • rTorrent - An updated version (v0.7.8+) would be nice
September 04, 2007, at 12:37 PM by Arjen Post --
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  • MatrixSSL - PeerSec? Networks MatrixSSL?™ is an embedded SSL implementation designed for small footprint applications and devices.
September 03, 2007, at 10:35 AM by kristof -- adding axel to wishlist
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  • Axel - Download accelerator.
August 30, 2007, at 12:03 AM by BrianZhou -- btpd fulfilled
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  • BTPD - Bittorrent Protocol Daemon - http://www.murmeldjur.se/btpd/
Added line 167:
  • BTPD - Bittorrent Protocol Daemon - http://www.murmeldjur.se/btpd/
August 29, 2007, at 07:27 PM by pjsmith_injen -- Addition of request for cups-pdf package
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  • cups-pdf - to enable "printing" to a virtual pdf printer - i.e. creates a pdf file by pressing Print
August 21, 2007, at 11:48 AM by Fizbam --
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  • I'd like the videodev and pwc libraries for armeb (syno 101j) to plug a webcam then take pictures.
August 13, 2007, at 12:55 AM by Simbo --
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    *3rd vote -Teamspeak -- Simbo
August 12, 2007, at 06:35 AM by furdog -- nethostfs for psp
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  • nethostfs - Network Host File System Server for the Playstation Portable(PSP). Allows sharing of files on a pc with the psp over wifi.

I believe the latest version is 1.7 but I can only seem to find 1.5 here: http://dl.qj.net/dl.php?fid=9992 someone has managed to get it working in a similar fashion: http://chunglam188.blogspot.com/2006/12/portable-wireless-storage-for-psp.html

July 15, 2007, at 03:05 PM by Drangster --
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  • http://www.murmeldjur.se/btpd/ - Bittorrent Protocol Daemon. torrent-client
to:
  • BTPD - Bittorrent Protocol Daemon - http://www.murmeldjur.se/btpd/
July 15, 2007, at 03:04 PM by Drangster --
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  • BTPD - Bittorrent Protocol Daemon. torrent-client
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  • http://www.murmeldjur.se/btpd/ - Bittorrent Protocol Daemon. torrent-client
July 15, 2007, at 03:04 PM by Drangster --
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  • BTPD - Bittorrent Protocol Daemon. torrent-client
July 05, 2007, at 12:25 AM by mint -- sqlite v3 support
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  • php-sqlite extension (There is one for mysql, but not for sqlite - preferably linked against sqlite v2 for adodb compatibility - this would still maintain compatibility with sqlite v3)
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  • php-sqlite extension <s>(There is one for mysql, but not for sqlite - preferably linked against sqlite v2 for adodb compatibility - this would still maintain compatibility with sqlite v3)</s>
    • There is a php-sqlite extension for sqlitev2, but it is NOT compatible with v3. I would like v3 support.
July 04, 2007, at 12:34 AM by mwester -- Still more formatting - O for preview!
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#) Voting is an interesting way to express an opinion on a package, but please note that packages do not get ported based on votes -- packages get ported because an individual (such as, perhaps, one of those voting above) takes on the effort, usually because of personal need rather than popularity. This note is merely intended to provide context and set expectations on the concept of voting for packages on this wiki page! #) Webmin has been installed and tested on Unslung on the NSLU2. It is unbearably slow. Note that webmin is written entirely in a scripting language -- even the web server component that the user's browser interact with is written in a scripting language. It really is not suitable for embedded devices. Frankly, if it was, the embedded vendors would have adapted parts of it for their use - think about it! So, until something changes "upstream" (meaning the webmin software), this wishlist item is not a very practical wish. As they say, "if wishes were horses..."]

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Webmin has been installed and tested on Unslung on the NSLU2. It is unbearably slow. Note that webmin is written entirely in a scripting language -- even the web server component that the user's browser interact with is written in a scripting language. It really is not suitable for embedded devices. Frankly, if it was, the embedded vendors would have adapted parts of it for their use - think about it! So, until something changes "upstream" (meaning the webmin software), this wishlist item is not a very practical wish. As they say, "if wishes were horses..."]

July 04, 2007, at 12:33 AM by mwester -- more comment formatting - I sure with preview would work
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[Note on Webmin: #) Voting is an interesting way to express an opinion on a package, but please note that packages do not get ported based on votes -- packages get ported because an individual (such as, perhaps, one of those voting above) takes on the effort, usually because of personal need rather than popularity. This note is merely intended to provide context on the concept of voting for packages on this wiki page! #) Webmin has been installed and tested on Unslung on the NSLU2. It is unbearably slow. Note that webmin is written entirely in a scripting language -- even the web server component that the user's browser interact with is written in a scripting language. It really is not suitable for embedded devices. Frankly, if it was, the embedded vendors would have adapted parts of it for their use - think about it! So, until something changes "upstream" (meaning the webmin software), this wishlist item is not a very practical wish. As they say, "if wishes were horses..."]

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[Note on Webmin: #) Voting is an interesting way to express an opinion on a package, but please note that packages do not get ported based on votes -- packages get ported because an individual (such as, perhaps, one of those voting above) takes on the effort, usually because of personal need rather than popularity. This note is merely intended to provide context and set expectations on the concept of voting for packages on this wiki page! #) Webmin has been installed and tested on Unslung on the NSLU2. It is unbearably slow. Note that webmin is written entirely in a scripting language -- even the web server component that the user's browser interact with is written in a scripting language. It really is not suitable for embedded devices. Frankly, if it was, the embedded vendors would have adapted parts of it for their use - think about it! So, until something changes "upstream" (meaning the webmin software), this wishlist item is not a very practical wish. As they say, "if wishes were horses..."]

July 04, 2007, at 12:30 AM by mwester -- formatting comment
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''[Note on Webmin:

  1. ) Voting is an interesting way to express an opinion on a package, but please note that packages do not get ported based on votes -- packages get ported because an individual (such as, perhaps, one of those voting above) takes on the effort, usually because of personal need rather than popularity. This note is merely intended to provide context on the concept of voting for packages on this wiki page!
  2. ) Webmin has been installed and tested on Unslung on the NSLU2. It is unbearably slow. Note that webmin is written entirely in a scripting language -- even the web server component that the user's browser interact with is written in a scripting language. It really is not suitable for embedded devices. Frankly, if it was, the embedded vendors would have adapted parts of it for their use - think about it! So, until something changes "upstream" (meaning the webmin software), this wishlist item is not a very practical wish. As they say, "if wishes were horses..."]''
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[Note on Webmin: #) Voting is an interesting way to express an opinion on a package, but please note that packages do not get ported based on votes -- packages get ported because an individual (such as, perhaps, one of those voting above) takes on the effort, usually because of personal need rather than popularity. This note is merely intended to provide context on the concept of voting for packages on this wiki page! #) Webmin has been installed and tested on Unslung on the NSLU2. It is unbearably slow. Note that webmin is written entirely in a scripting language -- even the web server component that the user's browser interact with is written in a scripting language. It really is not suitable for embedded devices. Frankly, if it was, the embedded vendors would have adapted parts of it for their use - think about it! So, until something changes "upstream" (meaning the webmin software), this wishlist item is not a very practical wish. As they say, "if wishes were horses..."]

July 04, 2007, at 12:28 AM by mwester -- added comment on the webmin wish
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''[Note on Webmin:

  1. ) Voting is an interesting way to express an opinion on a package, but please note that packages do not get ported based on votes -- packages get ported because an individual (such as, perhaps, one of those voting above) takes on the effort, usually because of personal need rather than popularity. This note is merely intended to provide context on the concept of voting for packages on this wiki page!
  2. ) Webmin has been installed and tested on Unslung on the NSLU2. It is unbearably slow. Note that webmin is written entirely in a scripting language -- even the web server component that the user's browser interact with is written in a scripting language. It really is not suitable for embedded devices. Frankly, if it was, the embedded vendors would have adapted parts of it for their use - think about it! So, until something changes "upstream" (meaning the webmin software), this wishlist item is not a very practical wish. As they say, "if wishes were horses..."]''
July 03, 2007, at 05:12 PM by Ken Pemberton -- Added my vote for Webmin
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  • #14 vote for Webmin - Ken P. An absolute essential!
June 26, 2007, at 04:56 PM by anonymous -- added eject
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  • eject, this is especially of interest to deactivate USB devices
June 25, 2007, at 08:48 PM by fcarolo -- removed false wikilinks
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  • A third vote for iSCSI, now that MS has a "free" iSCSI initiator - TeddyR?
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  • A third vote for iSCSI, now that MS has a "free" iSCSI initiator - TeddyR
June 25, 2007, at 08:47 PM by fcarolo -- removed false wikilinks
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  • A second vote for OpenNap?: gift-opennap does search for .mp3 files only, no .mov, mpg etc etc files
  • 3rd vote for OpenNap? or a fixed gift-opennap giFt's plugin
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  • A second vote for OpenNap: gift-opennap does search for .mp3 files only, no .mov, mpg etc etc files
  • 3rd vote for OpenNap or a fixed gift-opennap giFt's plugin
June 24, 2007, at 12:05 PM by Ramdidan -- added link to horde.org
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  • gettext (without it, horde won't work)
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  • gettext (without it, horde won't work)
June 24, 2007, at 11:54 AM by Ramdidan -- added wish for php gettext extension
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  • gettext (without it, horde won't work)
June 16, 2007, at 09:32 AM by QMax --
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  • A second vote for OpenNap?: gift-opennap does search for .mp3 files only, no .mov, mpg etc etc files
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  • A second vote for OpenNap?: gift-opennap does search for .mp3 files only, no .mov, mpg etc etc files
June 16, 2007, at 09:26 AM by QMax --
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  • A second vote for OpenNap?: gift-opennap does search for .mp3 files only, no .mov, mpg etc etc files
    • 3rd vote for OpenNap? or a fixed gift-opennap giFt's plugin
June 11, 2007, at 03:07 PM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled md5deep
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  • md5deep - compute message digests on an arbitrary number of files.
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  • md5deep - compute message digests on an arbitrary number of files.
June 11, 2007, at 06:22 AM by blank -- fix md5deep entry
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  • md5deepcompute message digests on an arbitrary number of files.
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  • md5deep - compute message digests on an arbitrary number of files.
June 11, 2007, at 06:21 AM by blank -- md5deep
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  • md5deepcompute message digests on an arbitrary number of files.
June 10, 2007, at 09:25 PM by Reedy Boy -- Teamspeak/Vent
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  • Im not sure about if we are allowed to repackage these... But i shall check into it. Ventrilo (http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/SetUpAVentriloServer) is easily manaully installed. Teamspeak (http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/SetUpATeamspeakServer) is under going wor to try and develop. -- Reedy Boy
June 10, 2007, at 05:26 AM by BrianZhou -- Fulfilled mldonkey as mlnet.byte
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  • mldonkey EDonkey2000 Client
    • a second vote for mldonkey
    • #3 vote for mldonkey
    • #4 vote for mldonkey
    • #5 yes please for mldonkey (can ocaml be compiled for nslu2?)
    • #6 vote for mldonkey
    • #7 vote for mldonkey
    • #8 vote for mldonkey
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  • mldonkey EDonkey2000 Client, fulfilled as a native package on nslu2 unslung. Currently built as byte code (/opt/bin/mlnet.byte).
    • 8 votes for mldonkey
May 27, 2007, at 12:51 PM by oleo -- analog for done
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  • Analog - WWW logfile analysis
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  • Analog - WWW logfile analysis
May 22, 2007, at 10:34 PM by Christoph -- vote for Webmin
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  • #13 vote for Webmin. - Christoph
May 20, 2007, at 06:54 PM by TeddyR -- Vote for ISCSI, link to MS iSCSI initiator
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  • A third vote for iSCSI, now that MS has a "free" iSCSI initiator - TeddyR?
May 20, 2007, at 10:13 AM by JLS --
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  • Oreka - is a modular and cross-platform system for recording and retrieval of audio streams.
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  • Oreka - is a modular and cross-platform system for recording and retrieval of audio streams like VOIP/SIP.
May 18, 2007, at 09:00 PM by JLS -- Added Oreka/OrkAudio
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  • Oreka - is a modular and cross-platform system for recording and retrieval of audio streams.
May 15, 2007, at 09:14 PM by stef -- vote for sane
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  • Definitely scanner server would boost the nslu2 capabilities
May 12, 2007, at 07:23 AM by John -- MisterHouse
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  • MisterHouse pre-compiled perl application for home automation
May 07, 2007, at 03:47 PM by cyrxi --
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  • A second vote for SANED scanner server. Currently only sane-backends exists for Unslung and I don't think it includes saned - at any rate even though sane-backends requires libusb it gives me a message saying it has been compiled without libusb support and therefore will not detect usb scanners...
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  • A second vote for a working scanner server on Unslung (or perhaps just a proper HOWTO?). Currently sane-backends exists, but doesn't seem to work - I get a message stating that it has been compiled without libusb support (even though it depends on libusb and I have libusb installed). - cyrxi
May 07, 2007, at 03:40 PM by cyrxi --
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  • A second vote for SANED scanner server. Currently only sane-backends exists for Unslung and I don't think it includes saned - at any rate even though sane-backends requires libusb it gives me a message saying it has been compiled without libusb support and therefore will not detect usb scanners...
April 23, 2007, at 06:22 PM by fcarolo -- formatting
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  • FUSE Filesystem in Userspace

http://fuse.sourceforge.net/

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  • FUSE Filesystem in Userspace - http://fuse.sourceforge.net/
April 18, 2007, at 03:29 PM by claudiot --
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  • #12 vote for Webmin. - claudiot
April 18, 2007, at 08:47 AM by Jan -- Adding Fuse
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  • FUSE Filesystem in Userspace

http://fuse.sourceforge.net/

April 14, 2007, at 07:59 AM by guppy -- libboost added
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  • Boost I would really like to see this package become awailable for an unslung box ( optware_nslu2_cross_stable ? )
April 12, 2007, at 06:58 PM by anonymoose --
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  • #8 vote for mldonkey
April 06, 2007, at 07:59 PM by BrianZhou -- pure-ftpd and CUPS already in the feed
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  • PureFTPd - Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a PureFTPd server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc. ProFTPD is available and should provide much of the same functionality.
    • Second for pure-ftpd
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  • CUPS - CUPS in new version
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  • PureFTPd - Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a PureFTPd server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc. ProFTPD is available and should provide much of the same functionality.
    • Second for pure-ftpd
  • CUPS - CUPS in new version
April 03, 2007, at 06:34 PM by fcarolo -- link formatting
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  • Installed on Unslung slug, could not get the Makefile to run so I built a shell script to load everything. Had to load everything into the default directories /usr for most files - it would be nice to install the files in a different directory /opt but some directories are hardcoded throughout the files and I just haven't had time yet to find them all. Otherwise this is a great little standalone http MP3? server. I can't wait to get a Media adapter for my home stereo.
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  • Installed on Unslung slug, could not get the Makefile to run so I built a shell script to load everything. Had to load everything into the default directories /usr for most files - it would be nice to install the files in a different directory /opt but some directories are hardcoded throughout the files and I just haven't had time yet to find them all. Otherwise this is a great little standalone http MP3 server. I can't wait to get a Media adapter for my home stereo.
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Sharing LUNs? / block storage

  • An iSCSI target implemention, ARDIS Tech iSCSI target and / or iSCSI Enterprise Target. iSCSI - for the non-initiated, exports LUNs? to hosts via a TCP/IP network. Software initators are available for most operation systems including Linux and Windows.
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Sharing LUNs / block storage

  • An iSCSI target implemention, ARDIS Tech iSCSI target and / or iSCSI Enterprise Target. iSCSI - for the non-initiated, exports LUNs to hosts via a TCP/IP network. Software initators are available for most operation systems including Linux and Windows.
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  • UPnP? Server, Linux SDK for UPnP Devices, compatible with Dlink Media Player that supports MPEG1/2/4, AVI, VOB, MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, JPG, GIF, BMP, etc.
  • PPPoE? - Use DSL-Modem directly on device.
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  • UPnP Server, Linux SDK for UPnP Devices, compatible with Dlink Media Player that supports MPEG1/2/4, AVI, VOB, MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, JPG, GIF, BMP, etc.
  • PPPoE - Use DSL-Modem directly on device.
    • a second vote for PPPoE
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  • support for Plextor's ConvertX? video capture device.
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  • support for Plextor's ConvertX video capture device.
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  • ps2client - allow a network attached Playstation 2 to access files on the NAS, to be used with SMS to play mp3 and DivX? on the PS2?.
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  • ps2client - allow a network attached Playstation 2 to access files on the NAS, to be used with SMS to play mp3 and DivX on the PS2.
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  • rar/unrar UnRAR? ipkg will be made available thanks to free decoder source at http://www.rarlabs.com
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  • rar/unrar UnRAR ipkg will be made available thanks to free decoder source at http://www.rarlabs.com
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  • Netatalk - AppleTalk replacement for SAMBA
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  • DansGuardian would be nice. I managed to get SquidGuard? running on my FSG-3, but DansGuardian? has a contentfilter. Compiling DansGuardian? on my FSG-3 ends with segmantation fault and crosscompile ends with 'malloc' not declared. As I'm no developer I'm stucked.
  • http://openobex.sourceforge.net/ - openobex so we can run obexFTP and friends on top of BlueZ?.
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  • DansGuardian would be nice. I managed to get SquidGuard running on my FSG-3, but DansGuardian has a contentfilter. Compiling DansGuardian on my FSG-3 ends with segmantation fault and crosscompile ends with 'malloc' not declared. As I'm no developer I'm stucked.
  • http://openobex.sourceforge.net/ - openobex so we can run obexFTP and friends on top of BlueZ.
April 03, 2007, at 06:04 PM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled inadyn
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  • inadyn Daemon for updating domains at dyndns.org
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  • inadyn Daemon for updating domains at dyndns.org
March 29, 2007, at 06:57 AM by blindrain --
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    *2nd vote -Teamspeak -- Blindrain
March 26, 2007, at 08:43 PM by fcarolo -- fixed link for inadyn
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  • inadyn Daemon for updating domains at dyndns.org
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  • inadyn Daemon for updating domains at dyndns.org
March 26, 2007, at 09:11 AM by psychozz --
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  • inadyn Daemon for updating domains at dyndns.org
March 15, 2007, at 01:40 PM by TheRookie --
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  • SMS can access SMB shares on Slug since v2.0Rev1. Makes ps2client obsolete.
March 13, 2007, at 01:46 PM by raven -- just another vote for mldonkey
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  • #7 vote for mldonkey
March 11, 2007, at 10:24 AM by morthimer -- mldonkey
March 05, 2007, at 01:13 PM by d3viant -- modified php-sqlite wish
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  • php-sqlite extension (There is one for mysql, but not for sqlite - running mySQL is quite intensive for my nslu2)
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  • php-sqlite extension (There is one for mysql, but not for sqlite - preferably linked against sqlite v2 for adodb compatibility - this would still maintain compatibility with sqlite v3)
March 04, 2007, at 11:40 PM by d3viant -- added php-sqlite to the wishlist
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  • php-sqlite extension (There is one for mysql, but not for sqlite - running mySQL is quite intensive for my nslu2)
February 18, 2007, at 09:16 PM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled icecast, kismet in repo already
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  • Icecast - mp3 and ogg streaming server
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  • KisMet for automatic, quiet, low-power wardriving
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  • KisMet for automatic, quiet, low-power wardriving
  • Icecast - mp3 and ogg streaming server
February 18, 2007, at 09:00 PM by medsource -- seconded pure-ftpd vote
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  • Second for pure-ftpd
February 18, 2007, at 07:57 PM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled snort
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  • Snort Open-source Intrusion Detection System, can also make use of MySQL
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  • Snort Open-source Intrusion Detection System, can also make use of MySQL
February 18, 2007, at 07:00 PM by BrianZhou -- iperf fulfilled long time ago
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  • Iperf - For measuring TCP and UDP bandwidth performance.
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  • Iperf - For measuring TCP and UDP bandwidth performance.
February 18, 2007, at 06:58 PM by BrianZhou -- openobex fulfilled
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  • http://openobex.sourceforge.net/ - openobex so we can run obexFTP and friends on top of BlueZ?.
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  • http://openobex.sourceforge.net/ - openobex so we can run obexFTP and friends on top of BlueZ?.
February 18, 2007, at 06:54 PM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled netatalk and dansguardian
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  • Netatalk - AppleTalk? replacement for SAMBA
    • a second vote for Netatalk
    • another vote for Netatalk
    • 3rd vote for Netatalk
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DansGuardian would be nice. I managed to get SquidGuard? running on my FSG-3, but DansGuardian? has a contentfilter. Compiling DansGuardian? on my FSG-3 ends with segmantation fault and crosscompile ends with 'malloc' not declared. As I'm no developer I'm stucked.

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  • Netatalk - AppleTalk? replacement for SAMBA
    • a second vote for Netatalk
    • another vote for Netatalk
    • 3rd vote for Netatalk
  • DansGuardian would be nice. I managed to get SquidGuard? running on my FSG-3, but DansGuardian? has a contentfilter. Compiling DansGuardian? on my FSG-3 ends with segmantation fault and crosscompile ends with 'malloc' not declared. As I'm no developer I'm stucked.
February 18, 2007, at 06:23 PM by Gamb --
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  1. I second this vote. Tried to built it myself but can't get it to work ok. (Some complaints about .configure in the .mk file). I used the SVN src: svn://svn.ps2dev.org/ps2/trunk/ps2client ps2client.
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  • I second this vote. Tried to built it myself but can't get it to work ok. (Some complaints about ./configure in the .mk file). I used the SVN src: svn://svn.ps2dev.org/ps2/trunk/ps2client ps2client.
February 18, 2007, at 06:22 PM by Gamb --
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  1. I second this vote. Tried to built it myself but can't get it to work ok. (Some complaints about .configure in the .mk file). I used the SVN src: svn://svn.ps2dev.org/ps2/trunk/ps2client ps2client.
February 16, 2007, at 01:26 PM by eko -- Added Dansguardian
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DansGuardian would be nice. I managed to get SquidGuard? running on my FSG-3, but DansGuardian? has a contentfilter. Compiling DansGuardian? on my FSG-3 ends with segmantation fault and crosscompile ends with 'malloc' not declared. As I'm no developer I'm stucked.

February 14, 2007, at 04:44 PM by ff --
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  • 3rd vote for Netatalk
February 06, 2007, at 11:20 PM by marceln -- Final text correction
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  • Have a look at aoe with vblade implementation as alternative to iscsi.
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  • Have a look at aoe with the vblade implementation as alternative to iscsi.
February 06, 2007, at 11:18 PM by marceln --
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  • Have a look at aoe with implementation as alternative to iscsi.
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  • Have a look at aoe with vblade implementation as alternative to iscsi.
February 06, 2007, at 11:16 PM by marceln --
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  • Have a look at aoe with implementation as alternative to iscsi.
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  • Have a look at aoe with implementation as alternative to iscsi.
February 06, 2007, at 11:16 PM by marceln -- Correction vblade
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  • Have a look at aoe with as alternative to iscsi.
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  • Have a look at aoe with implementation as alternative to iscsi.
February 06, 2007, at 11:14 PM by marceln -- Url correction vblade
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  • Have a look at aoe with [/wiki/Optware/Vblade|vblade] as alternative to iscsi.
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  • Have a look at aoe with as alternative to iscsi.
February 06, 2007, at 11:13 PM by marceln -- Added vblade as alternative to iscsi
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  • Have a look at aoe with [/wiki/Optware/Vblade|vblade] as alternative to iscsi.
February 06, 2007, at 10:24 PM by roodemol --
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  • boinc-client core client for the BOINC distributed computing infrastructure
February 06, 2007, at 02:28 PM by Bear -- Allow Oracle RAC using A slug
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  • An implementation that will allow Oracle/dba to own directories, and that will share the usb drives so that oracle clusterware/RAC can be implemented.
January 26, 2007, at 06:05 AM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled arpwatch and keychain
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  • http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/keychain - The keychain script makes handling RSA and DSA keys both convenient and secure.
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  • ARPWatch the ethernet monitor program; for keeping track of ethernet/ip address pairings,
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  • ARPWatch the ethernet monitor program; for keeping track of ethernet/ip address pairings,
  • http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/keychain - The keychain script makes handling RSA and DSA keys both convenient and secure.
January 16, 2007, at 07:06 AM by kruebsam -- ** #11 vote for Webmin. -kruebsam (best would be together with SWAT for SAMBA 3.x)
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  • #11 vote for Webmin. -kruebsam (best would be together with SWAT for SAMBA 3.x)
January 12, 2007, at 05:13 PM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled microcom
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  • Serial terminal - microcom?
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  • Serial terminal - microcom
January 12, 2007, at 05:21 AM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled some more
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  • FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more. freeradius is recently back in the feeds, it needs testers
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  • RRD Tools This ipkg seems to already exist. (Config files also in cvs)
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  • Net SNMP to use with the above (Package available).
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PHP extensions

  • soap extension (nusoap eats memory alot)
  • mcrypt extension + libmcrypt library
  • curl extension
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PHP extensions

  • soap extension (nusoap eats memory alot)
  • mcrypt extension + libmcrypt library
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  • Ffmpeg - for capturing from /dev/video into mpeg
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  • FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more. freeradius is recently back in the feeds, it needs testers
  • RRD Tools This ipkg seems to already exist. (Config files also in cvs)
  • Net SNMP to use with the above (Package available).
  • php curl extension
  • Ffmpeg - for capturing from /dev/video into mpeg
January 08, 2007, at 10:39 PM by mas -- edit
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  • cryptoloop + tools. Currently there isnt any util-linux with cryptoloop or even losetup available. Theres an old losetup somewhere in the yahoo mailinglist, but it can only do xor encoding. But for some stuff one would like to use a bit more than xor, even if it will slow the datatransfer down! See CurrentXORsolution
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  • cryptoloop + tools. Currently there isnt any util-linux with cryptoloop or even losetup available. Theres an old losetup somewhere in the yahoo mailinglist, but it can only do xor encoding. But for some stuff one would like to use a bit more than xor, even if it will slow the datatransfer down! See CurrentXORsolution for what little can be done so far only.
January 08, 2007, at 10:38 PM by mas -- a real cryptoloop 7 encryption please
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  • cryptoloop + tools. Currently there isnt any util-linux with cryptoloop or even losetup available. Theres an old losetup somewhere in the yahoo mailinglist, but it can only do xor encoding. But for some stuff one would like to use a bit more than xor, even if it will slow the datatransfer down! See CurrentXORsolution
December 26, 2006, at 05:26 AM by me --
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  • another vote for Netatalk
December 25, 2006, at 11:25 PM by me -- mixminion
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  • Mixminion - anonymous remailer (somewhat similar to Tor, very easy to use)
December 22, 2006, at 05:39 PM by mrdj --
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  * Add one more vote for SSL Explore. And for the guy looking for VPN, SSL Explore is better. 
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  • EchoVNC - Echo VNC so you can easily VNC into any PC on your network from anywhere else on the internet, without opening ports or worrying about firewalls.
December 21, 2006, at 02:13 PM by mrdj --
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  • EchoVNC - Echo VNC so you can easily VNC into any PC on your network from anywhere else on the internet, without opening ports or worrying about firewalls.
December 12, 2006, at 08:54 AM by Peter -- Added ps2client
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  • ps2client - allow a network attached Playstation 2 to access files on the NAS, to be used with SMS to play mp3 and DivX? on the PS2?.
December 08, 2006, at 11:40 PM by BrianZhou -- fulfilled a couple
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  • rtorrent - it looks more complete than ctorrent (monitoring of a folder, interactive, multiple downloads) but lighter than python-bittorrent.
    • a second vote for rtorrent v0.5.x. (v0.3.x is in the repository, but it's too old)
    • #3 vote for rtorrent v0.5+
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  • MRTG cjones: Created natively compiled package. Will commit to CVS soon. Having a few .configure issues with cross-compile support email: chrisj.at.zyx.com for early details.
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  • Sysstat Monitoring package - Sysstat is available as ipkg
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  • rtorrent - it looks more complete than ctorrent (monitoring of a folder, interactive, multiple downloads) but lighter than python-bittorrent.
    • a second vote for rtorrent v0.5.x. (v0.3.x is in the repository, but it's too old)
    • #3 vote for rtorrent v0.5+
  • Sysstat Monitoring package - Sysstat is available as ipkg
  • MRTG cjones: Created natively compiled package. Will commit to CVS soon. Having a few .configure issues with cross-compile support email: chrisj.at.zyx.com for early details.
December 07, 2006, at 01:14 PM by jchapman -- fixed previous wish for SSL-Explorer
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  • SSL-Explorer Community Edition uses java-based SSL VPN client
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  • SSL-Explorer Community Edition An open source web-based SSL VPN server which includes SSL tunneling, intranet website proxying, access to multiple file systems and application launching/tunneling through a standard browser that uses java-based SSL VPN client
December 07, 2006, at 01:09 PM by jchapman -- added vote for Webmin and wish for SSL-Explorer Community Edition
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  • #10 vote for Webmin. -jchapman (as a *nix novice this would make my life easier)
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  • VPN server, preferably one that can be used with the built-in Windows XP client.
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  • VPN server, preferably one that can be used with the built-in Windows XP client.
  • SSL-Explorer Community Edition uses java-based SSL VPN client
November 17, 2006, at 01:41 AM by lurchi --
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  • A second vote for iSCSI - lurchi
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  • A second vote for iSCSI -lurchi
November 17, 2006, at 01:40 AM by lurchi -- Second vote for iscsi
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  • A second vote for iSCSI - lurchi
November 14, 2006, at 02:46 PM by BrianZhou -- A couple packages fulfilled
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  • unison File synchronizer
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  • sshd compiled with tcpwrappers support. Without that, the denyhosts package has no meaning.
    • to get denyhosts to work 1. ipkg install tcpwrappers 2. touch /etc/hosts.deny 3. ipkg install denyhosts
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  • GnuPG - PGP-compatible public key encryption and decryption.
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  • aMule-web
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  • Thomas Heller's ctypes would be really nice to be able to access libusb from Python. - bzhou note: ctypes requires libffi ffi_closure support which the ARM port does not have, so no go for now.
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  • Erlang - Erlang is available as ipk in the cross feed!
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  • gphoto2 in the latest version for broader camera support
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  • gphoto2 in the latest version for broader camera support
  • Thomas Heller's ctypes would be really nice to be able to access libusb from Python. - bzhou note: ctypes requires libffi ffi_closure support which the ARM port does not have, ds101g (powerpc) now has py-ctypes package, ARM and MIPS platforms do not.
  • aMule-web amule package ported, but lacks testing
  • GnuPG - PGP-compatible public key encryption and decryption.
  • sshd compiled with tcpwrappers support. Without that, the denyhosts package has no meaning.
    • to get denyhosts to work 1. ipkg install tcpwrappers 2. touch /etc/hosts.deny 3. ipkg install denyhosts
  • Erlang - Erlang is available as ipk in the cross feed!
  • unison File synchronizer
September 20, 2006, at 04:18 PM by lobster -- updated sshd / denyhosts
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  • to get denyhosts to work 1. ipkg install tcpwrappers 2. touch /etc/hosts.deny 3. ipkg install denyhosts
September 19, 2006, at 10:04 AM by Markus -- Vote for webmin
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  • #8 vote for Webmin. -Markus
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  • #9 vote for Webmin. -Markus
September 19, 2006, at 10:03 AM by Markus -- vote for webmin
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  • #8 vote for Webmin. -Markus
September 06, 2006, at 05:38 AM by Poutnik -- #8 vote for Webmin
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  • #8 vote for Webmin. -poutnik
September 05, 2006, at 01:06 PM by MHomscheidt -- Added second vote for Netatalk
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  • a second vote for Netatalk
September 04, 2006, at 09:55 AM by Dave Hrynkiw --
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  • #7 for Webmin. -DMH
August 26, 2006, at 07:01 PM by marceln -- Moved gnuplot & gphoto2 to fulfilled wishes
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  • gnuplot - equation/function plotter
  • gphoto2 in the latest version for broader camera support
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  • Now ECL (Embeddable Common Lisp) is in the package feed.
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  • Now ECL (Embeddable Common Lisp) is in the package feed.
  • gnuplot - equation/function plotter
  • gphoto2 in the latest version for broader camera support
August 20, 2006, at 09:49 AM by me -- formatting
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  • A second vote for Webmin.
  • A webserver to administrate the NSLU from anywhere on the web like Remotely Anywhere for Windows... Webmin could be a good package.
  • #4 vote for Webmin.
  • #5 Vote for Webmin.
  • I'll make it vote #6 for Webmin - this would be a great package to have on the NSLU2.
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  • A second vote for Webmin.
  • A webserver to administrate the NSLU from anywhere on the web like Remotely Anywhere for Windows... Webmin could be a good package.
  • #4 vote for Webmin.
  • #5 Vote for Webmin.
  • I'll make it vote #6 for Webmin - this would be a great package to have on the NSLU2.
August 20, 2006, at 09:48 AM by me -- 3rd vote for rtorrent v0.5+
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  • #3 vote for rtorrent v0.5+
August 18, 2006, at 07:21 PM by baierABCsolutionsde -- added gphoto2
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  • gphoto2 in the latest version for broader camera support
August 04, 2006, at 11:42 AM by Reedy Boy --
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  • libmysqlclient14 The MySQL Open Source Database System for unslung compatible with mysql ver 4.1.16
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  • libmysqlclient14 The MySQL Open Source Database System for unslung compatible with mysql ver 4.1.16.
  • MySQL 5
August 02, 2006, at 12:59 PM by rambuster --
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  • #6 vote fpr mldonkey
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  • #6 vote for mldonkey
August 02, 2006, at 12:58 PM by rambuster --
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  • #6 vote fpr mldonkey
July 27, 2006, at 06:19 AM by Jack -- Added a vote for Webmin
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  • I'll make it vote #6 for Webmin - this would be a great package to have on the NSLU2.
July 21, 2006, at 12:49 PM by me -- sshd with tcpwrappers support
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  • sshd compiled with tcpwrappers support. Without that, the denyhosts package has no meaning.
July 21, 2006, at 07:54 AM by 0x00F6 --
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  • curl extension
July 20, 2006, at 07:44 PM by 0x00F6 -- -
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  • .Net Support though Mono
  • PHP extension: SOAP (nusoap eats memory alot on my wl500gx :)
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  • .Net Support though Mono

PHP extensions

  • soap extension (nusoap eats memory alot)
  • mcrypt extension + libmcrypt library
July 19, 2006, at 10:48 AM by 0x00F6 --
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  • PHP extension: SOAP (nusoap eats memory alot on my wl500gx :)
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  • PHP extension: SOAP (nusoap eats memory alot on my wl500gx :)
July 19, 2006, at 10:36 AM by - -- -
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  • PHP extension: SOAP (nusoap eats memory alot on my wl500gx :)
July 11, 2006, at 10:28 AM by markus --
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  • ypserv (only a OpenSlug package is currently available)
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July 11, 2006, at 06:12 AM by Markus --
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  • ypserv (only a OpenSlug package is currently available)
June 22, 2006, at 08:11 PM by dwilson -- added gnuplot
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  • gnuplot - equation/function plotter
June 21, 2006, at 02:28 PM by me --
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  • libgmp - py-crypto (and hence py-bittorrent) depends on this package, but it's not in the repository!
    • #2 vote on libgmp
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  • libgmp - py-crypto (and hence py-bittorrent) depended on this package, but it wasn't in the repository
June 19, 2006, at 09:34 PM by Szafran --
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  • #2 vote on libgmp
June 19, 2006, at 10:27 AM by me --
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  • a second vote for rtorrent v0.5.x. (v0.3.x is in the repository, but it's too old)
June 19, 2006, at 10:24 AM by me -- libgmp
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  • libgmp - py-crypto (and hence py-bittorrent) depends on this package, but it's not in the repository!
June 18, 2006, at 07:45 PM by neilblue -- added vote
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  • #5 yes please for mldonkey (can ocaml be compiled for nslu2?)
June 14, 2006, at 06:26 PM by mikeathome -- small update on oxyl~box
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  • oxyl~box - an server for Showcenter and Transgear Media Clients
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  • oxyl~box - an apache, php frontend (server) for Showcenter and Transgear Media Clients. (oxyl~box board)
June 14, 2006, at 06:08 PM by mikeathome -- Added oxyl~box request
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  • oxyl~box - an server for Showcenter and Transgear Media Clients
June 14, 2006, at 12:18 AM by Anthony -- PPP USB Dialup Addition
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  • PPP USB Dialup Modem Support
June 05, 2006, at 11:31 AM by modi1980 --
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  • CUPS - CUPS in new version
May 30, 2006, at 07:36 PM by jcc -- ffmpeg
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  • Ffmpeg - for capturing from /dev/video into mpeg
May 27, 2006, at 09:58 AM by Terus -- MLDONKEY
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  • #4 vote for mldonkey
May 21, 2006, at 06:25 PM by guenter Weisenseel -- add mysql dev for unslung 4.1.16 to the list
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  • mysql-dev The MySQL Open Source Database System ver 4.1.16 for unlung not openlsug
  • libmysqlclient-dev The MySQL Open Source Database System for unslung compatible with ver 4.1.16 mysql
  • libmysqlclient14 The MySQL Open Source Database System for unslung compatible with mysql ver 4.1.16
May 18, 2006, at 08:14 PM by marceln -- Added wizd with link to build instructions from package list
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May 15, 2006, at 06:37 PM by loku777 -- mldonkey
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  • #3 vote for mldonkey
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  • #3 vote for mldonkey
May 15, 2006, at 06:35 PM by loku777 -- mldonkey
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  • #3 vote for Webmin.
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  • #3 vote for mldonkey
May 15, 2006, at 06:33 PM by loku777 -- mldonkey
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  • #3 vote for Webmin.
May 14, 2006, at 01:15 PM by b3n -- added ventrilo
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  • something like TeamSpeak for Group-Voice-Communication Server
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  • TeamSpeak, Ventrilo for Group-Voice-Communication Server
May 06, 2006, at 02:37 PM by Kev Mepham -- Snort IDS
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  • Snort Open-source Intrusion Detection System, can also make use of MySQL
May 04, 2006, at 11:18 PM by Brian Zhou -- libxml2 fulfilled, common lisp somewhat fulfilled
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  • libxml2 (for unslung, not found on server anymore)
  • This is a requirement for php-apache
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  • clisp or some other common lisp (Recall Greenspun's Tenth Law of Programming!)
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  • clisp or some other common lisp (Recall Greenspun's Tenth Law of Programming!) - partly fulfilled by ECL.
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Fulfilled wishes:

  • libxml2 - This is a requirement for php-apache, recovered
  • Now ECL (Embeddable Common Lisp) is in the package feed.
May 04, 2006, at 12:19 AM by mark --
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  • #5 Vote for Webmin.
April 30, 2006, at 10:36 PM by janne5011 --
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  • #4 vote for Webmin.
April 12, 2006, at 05:33 AM by Sis --
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  • This is a requirement for php-apache
April 12, 2006, at 05:30 AM by Sis --
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Libraries

  • libxml2 (for unslung, not found on server anymore)
April 08, 2006, at 06:09 PM by Krawi -- Mldonkey
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  • a second vote for mldonkey
April 04, 2006, at 07:39 PM by Steve G -- No IPKG needed for Squirrelmail
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  • Squirrelmail - Webmail Client. Requires PHP
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  • Squirrelmail - Webmail Client. Requires PHP - no package needed - just install a web server (e.g. appWeb) + PHP and unpack the Squirrelmail tar...
April 03, 2006, at 10:43 PM by Lagoon -- Adding arpwatch
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  • ARPWatch the ethernet monitor program; for keeping track of ethernet/ip address pairings,
March 10, 2006, at 09:43 PM by Lagoon --
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  • gs-esp - Ghostscript interpreter
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  • gs-esp || gs-gpl - Ghostscript interpreter
March 10, 2006, at 09:42 PM by Lagoon -- Adding a ghoscript interpreter
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  • gs-esp - Ghostscript interpreter
March 08, 2006, at 02:47 AM by pds -- Added wish list for truecrypt.
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  • Truecrypt - open-source disk encryption software truecrypt.org.
February 28, 2006, at 11:46 PM by eddyp -- Added another vote for PPPoE
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February 12, 2006, at 11:28 PM by xbill -- added mirrordir
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  • Mirrordir - file synchronization tool
February 02, 2006, at 09:44 AM by mojo --
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  • aMule-web
January 31, 2006, at 07:52 PM by CharlesB -- changed edit to show as a bullet.
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  • GNUMP3d - a streaming MP3 and Media Server, Extremely Good. +1 **Installed on Unslung slug, could not get the Makefile to run so I built a shell script to load everything. Had to load everything into the default directories - would have liked to install the files in a different directory but there are directories hardcoded everywhere and just haven't had time yet to find them all. This is a great little standalone http MP3? server.
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  • GNUMP3d - a streaming MP3 and Media Server, Extremely Good. +1
    • Installed on Unslung slug, could not get the Makefile to run so I built a shell script to load everything. Had to load everything into the default directories /usr for most files - it would be nice to install the files in a different directory /opt but some directories are hardcoded throughout the files and I just haven't had time yet to find them all. Otherwise this is a great little standalone http MP3? server. I can't wait to get a Media adapter for my home stereo.
January 31, 2006, at 07:44 PM by CharlesB -- Added comments to gnump3d
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  • GNUMP3d - a streaming MP3 and Media Server, Extremely Good. +1
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  • GNUMP3d - a streaming MP3 and Media Server, Extremely Good. +1 **Installed on Unslung slug, could not get the Makefile to run so I built a shell script to load everything. Had to load everything into the default directories - would have liked to install the files in a different directory but there are directories hardcoded everywhere and just haven't had time yet to find them all. This is a great little standalone http MP3? server.
November 28, 2005, at 07:47 AM by JamesC -- Vote for GnuMp3d
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  • GNUMP3d - a streaming MP3 and Media Server
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  • GNUMP3d - a streaming MP3 and Media Server, Extremely Good. +1
November 08, 2005, at 11:16 PM by TimBishop -- Added vote for Webmin
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  • A second vote for Webmin.
November 04, 2005, at 02:01 PM by Johan Svedberg --
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  • - WWW logfile analysis
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  • Analog - WWW logfile analysis
November 04, 2005, at 01:58 PM by Johan Svedberg --
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  • Analog: WWW logfile analysis
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  • - WWW logfile analysis
November 04, 2005, at 01:57 PM by Johan Svedberg --
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  • Analog: WWW logfile analysis
October 24, 2005, at 02:26 AM by AnonymousStud --
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  • support for Plextor's ConvertX? video capture device.
September 04, 2005, at 06:51 AM by da_yellowdart -- Added Link for Mono (.NET Support for Linux)
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  • .Net Support though Mono
August 29, 2005, at 03:58 AM by Peter Marks -- Added openobex
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  • http://openobex.sourceforge.net/ - openobex so we can run obexFTP and friends on top of BlueZ?.
August 12, 2005, at 04:01 PM by sharth -- removed mt-daapd since it\'s now packaged.
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  • mt-daapd a daap server (aka iTunes music sharing)
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August 11, 2005, at 10:30 PM by ChrizzelDizzelShizzle --
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  • mt-daapd a daap server (aka iTunes music sharing)
August 11, 2005, at 08:27 PM by marceln -- net-snmp package available
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  • Net SNMP to use with the above (Config files are in cvs).
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  • Net SNMP to use with the above (Package available).
August 11, 2005, at 10:57 AM by blaster8 -- Removing unnecessary wish
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  • phpLDAPAdmin - a web-based LDAP browser to manage an LDAP server. - There is no need for a package, install apache and php, download phpldapadmin, read the instructions in the INSTALL file, and it is running
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August 11, 2005, at 12:20 AM by conardcox -- keychain
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  • http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/keychain - The keychain script makes handling RSA and DSA keys both convenient and secure.
August 10, 2005, at 09:10 PM by dirttyjesus --
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  • KaiStation Add Kaistation becuase we all don't have a wrt54g and it would be good to connect with out a pc http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Unslung/PackageWishList
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  • KaiStation Add Kaistation becuase we all don't have a wrt54g and it would be good to connect with out a pc http://www.teamxlink.co.uk/forum/viewforum.php?f=36
August 10, 2005, at 09:32 AM by stripwax -- Link to rarlabs.com for unrar comment
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  • rar/unrar
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  • rar/unrar UnRAR? ipkg will be made available thanks to free decoder source at http://www.rarlabs.com
August 10, 2005, at 02:39 AM by rwhitby --
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  • PhpGedView - an open source genealogy database program which compliments the recent introduction of PHP, MySql and PHP-Enabled Web Servers to the package list. I have added some notes at PhpGedView Notes
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  • PhpGedView - an open source genealogy database program which compliments the recent introduction of PHP, MySql and PHP-Enabled Web Servers to the package list. I have added some notes at PhpGedView Notes
August 05, 2005, at 11:48 PM by dirttyjesus -- edit
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  • KaiStation Add Kaistation becuase we all don't have a wrt54g and it would be good to connect with out a pc
to:
  • KaiStation Add Kaistation becuase we all don't have a wrt54g and it would be good to connect with out a pc http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Unslung/PackageWishList
August 05, 2005, at 11:47 PM by dittyjesus -- Please add kaistation
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  • KaiStation Add Kaistation becuase we all don't have a wrt54g and it would be good to connect with out a pc
August 05, 2005, at 08:33 AM by maniac --
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  • Icecast - mp3 and ogg streaming server
August 01, 2005, at 02:39 PM by anakin -- added rtorrent, a great bittorrent client for multiple files
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  • rtorrent - it looks more complete than ctorrent (monitoring of a folder, interactive, multiple downloads) but lighter than python-bittorrent.
July 30, 2005, at 04:58 PM by burton --
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  • A patched version of ctorrent like: http://customctorrent.ifreepages.com/
July 30, 2005, at 03:24 PM by caplink811 -- add a hint for phpldapadmin
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  • phpLDAPAdmin - a web-based LDAP browser to manage an LDAP server.
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  • phpLDAPAdmin - a web-based LDAP browser to manage an LDAP server. - There is no need for a package, install apache and php, download phpldapadmin, read the instructions in the INSTALL file, and it is running
July 29, 2005, at 09:49 PM by RobHam -- Link added to Phpgedview notes page
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  • PhpGedView - an open source genealogy database program which compliments the recent introduction of PHP, MySql and PHP-Enabled Web Servers to the package list.
to:
  • PhpGedView - an open source genealogy database program which compliments the recent introduction of PHP, MySql and PHP-Enabled Web Servers to the package list. I have added some notes at PhpGedView Notes
July 28, 2005, at 03:42 PM by Michael-Luke Jones -- Added phpLDAPAdmin to requested package list
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  • phpLDAPAdmin - a web-based LDAP browser to manage an LDAP server.
July 27, 2005, at 09:31 PM by ChrizzelDizzelShizzle --
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July 23, 2005, at 02:47 PM by tman --
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  • XS-HTTPD - a replacement for thttpd with proper SSI support, etc. and none of the complexity of Apache!
to:
  • XS-HTTPD - a replacement for thttpd with proper SSI support, etc. and none of the complexity of Apache!
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  • GnuPG (http://www.gnupg.org/) - PGP-compatible public key encryption and decryption.
to:
  • GnuPG - PGP-compatible public key encryption and decryption.
July 23, 2005, at 05:04 AM by Ryan Green --
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  • gpsd GPS Server
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  • KisMet for automatic, quiet, low-power wardriving
July 19, 2005, at 08:57 PM by cjones --
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  • RRD Tools
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  • RRD Tools This ipkg seems to already exist. (Config files also in cvs)
July 19, 2005, at 08:29 PM by cjones -- update to mrtg
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  • MRTG cjones: I have binaries! Will create package ASAP. email: chrisj.at.zyx.com for early details.
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  • MRTG cjones: Created natively compiled package. Will commit to CVS soon. Having a few .configure issues with cross-compile support email: chrisj.at.zyx.com for early details.
July 18, 2005, at 01:31 PM by John Baker --
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  • PHP with SNMP and working socket support
July 10, 2005, at 03:27 AM by Jakob -- Added request for GnuPG
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  • GnuPG (http://www.gnupg.org/) - PGP-compatible public key encryption and decryption.
July 02, 2005, at 10:00 AM by caplink811 -- edit state of sysstat
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  • Sysstat Monitoring package
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  • Sysstat Monitoring package - Sysstat is available as ipkg
June 30, 2005, at 10:20 PM by marceln -- Added comment that net-snmp is in cvs
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  • Net SNMP to use with the above.
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  • Net SNMP to use with the above (Config files are in cvs).
June 30, 2005, at 05:59 AM by cjones -- Fixing MRTG packaging in the works.
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  • MRTG or RRD Tools
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  • MRTG cjones: I have binaries! Will create package ASAP. email: chrisj.at.zyx.com for early details.
  • RRD Tools
June 20, 2005, at 04:31 PM by tman --
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  • Webmin - Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Linux/Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms (and Java for the File Manager module), you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on. Webmin consists of a simple web server, and a number of CGI programs which directly update system files like /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/passwd. The web server and all CGI programs are written in Perl version 5, and use no non-standard Perl modules.
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  • Webmin - Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Linux/Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms (and Java for the File Manager module), you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on. Webmin consists of a simple web server, and a number of CGI programs which directly update system files like /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/passwd. The web server and all CGI programs are written in Perl version 5, and use no non-standard Perl modules.
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  • PureFTPd - Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a PureFTPd server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc. ProFTPD is available and should provide much of the same functionality.
  • OpenNap and nap Napster Server and client for sharing files. gift is available, provides similar functionality
  • unison File synchronizer
  • EDNA - small MP3 server. Requires Python. EDNA (ver 0.5) works already on uNSLUng
  • HFS+ - Some folks want to be able to hook up their Mac formatted disks to the Slug (which is still cheaper than a Mac Mini). (bob_tm: Note that HFS+ seems to be an abandoned project - no file changes for 2-3 years and the project is still in alpha). (tribble: there's actually newer code which is included in 2.6 that comes from http://www.ardistech.com/hfsplus/ - it's beta and only a year old)
  • GNUMP3d - a streaming MP3 and Media Server
  • PhpGedView - an open source genealogy database program which compliments the recent introduction of PHP, MySql and PHP-Enabled Web Servers to the package list.
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  • PureFTPd - Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a PureFTPd server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc. ProFTPD is available and should provide much of the same functionality.
  • OpenNap and nap Napster Server and client for sharing files. gift is available, provides similar functionality
  • unison File synchronizer
  • EDNA - small MP3 server. Requires Python. EDNA (ver 0.5) works already on uNSLUng
  • HFS+ - Some folks want to be able to hook up their Mac formatted disks to the Slug (which is still cheaper than a Mac mini). (bob_tm: Note that HFS+ seems to be an abandoned project - no file changes for 2-3 years and the project is still in alpha). (tribble: there's actually newer code which is included in 2.6 that comes from http://www.ardistech.com/hfsplus/ - it's beta and only a year old)
  • GNUMP3d - a streaming MP3 and Media Server
  • PhpGedView - an open source genealogy database program which compliments the recent introduction of PHP, MySql and PHP-Enabled Web Servers to the package list.
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  • FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more. freeradius is recently back in the feeds, it needs testers
  • Linux NIS (YP) The Network Information Service (NIS) simplify network administration and runs on most UNIX networks. Login names/passwords/home directories (/etc/passwd), group information (/etc/group), host names and IP numbers (/etc/hosts) can be distributed by NIS. So, for example, if your password entry is recorded in the NIS passwd database, you will be able to login on all machines on the net which have the NIS client programs running.
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  • FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more. freeradius is recently back in the feeds, it needs testers
  • Linux NIS (YP) The Network Information Service (NIS) simplify network administration and runs on most UNIX networks. Login names/passwords/home directories (/etc/passwd), group information (/etc/group), host names and IP numbers (/etc/hosts) can be distributed by NIS. So, for example, if your password entry is recorded in the NIS passwd database, you will be able to login on all machines on the net which have the NIS client programs running.
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  • SANED - Scanner server - Provides scanner sharing, including the scanners in multifunction devices. Getting one of those working with a slug would be way too cool. A kernel module (and an updated libusb?) may be needed.
  • darcs Decentralized revision control system, based on a "theory of patches"
  • boxbackup Server - An open source, completely automatic on-line backup system for UNIX. Using a slug for automated network backups without having to dedicate an entire computer to it would be nice.
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  • SANED - Scanner server - Provides scanner sharing, including the scanners in multifunction devices. Getting one of those working with a slug would be way too cool. A kernel module (and an updated libusb?) may be needed.
  • darcs - Decentralized revision control system, based on a "theory of patches"
  • Boxbackup server - An open source, completely automatic on-line backup system for UNIX. Using a slug for automated network backups without having to dedicate an entire computer to it would be nice.
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  • Netatalk AppleTalk? replacement for SAMBA
  • Serial terminal - microcom?
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  • Netatalk - AppleTalk? replacement for SAMBA
  • Serial terminal - microcom?
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  • Squirrelmail - Webmail Client. Requires PHP
  • HylaFax - Faxserver
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  • Squirrelmail - Webmail Client. Requires PHP
  • HylaFax - Faxserver
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  • UPnP? Server, Linux SDK for UPnP Devices, compatible with Dlink Media Player that supports MPEG1/2/4, AVI, VOB, MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, JPG, GIF, BMP, etc.
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  • UPnP? Server, Linux SDK for UPnP Devices, compatible with Dlink Media Player that supports MPEG1/2/4, AVI, VOB, MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, JPG, GIF, BMP, etc.
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  • Iperf - For measuring TCP and UDP bandwidth performance.
  • FreePOPs? (http://www.freepops.org/en/) - POP3? server providing access to webmail accounts.
  • something like TeamSpeak? for Group-Voice-CommunicationServer?
  • XS-HTTPD (http://www.stack.nl/~johans/xs-httpd/) - a replacement for thttpd with proper SSI support, etc. and none of the complexity of Apache!
  • TinyProxy? (http://tinyproxy.sourceforge.net) - A lightweight HTTP proxy.
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  • Iperf - For measuring TCP and UDP bandwidth performance.
  • FreePOPs - POP3 server providing access to webmail accounts.
  • something like TeamSpeak for Group-Voice-Communication Server
  • XS-HTTPD - a replacement for thttpd with proper SSI support, etc. and none of the complexity of Apache!
  • TinyProxy - A lightweight HTTP proxy.
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  • MRTG or RRD Tools
  • Net SNMP to use with the above.
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  • MRTG or RRD Tools
  • Net SNMP to use with the above.
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  • clisp or some other common lisp (Recall Greenspun's Tenth Law of Programming!)
  • Erlang - Erlang is available as ipk in the cross feed!
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  • clisp or some other common lisp (Recall Greenspun's Tenth Law of Programming!)
  • Erlang - Erlang is available as ipk in the cross feed!
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  • Sysstat Monitoring package
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  • Sysstat Monitoring package
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  • P2P-Radio Server so we can create our own radio server
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  • P2P-Radio Server so we can create our own radio server
June 20, 2005, at 04:20 PM by blaisegeekynet --
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  • MRTG or RRD Tools
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  • MRTG or RRD Tools
June 20, 2005, at 04:19 PM by blaisegeekynet --
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Network Monitoring

  • MRTG or RRD Tools
  • Net SNMP to use with the above.
June 14, 2005, at 03:10 AM by bzhou -- update on py-ctypes and erlang
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  • Thomas Heller's ctypes would be really nice to be able to access libusb from Python
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  • Thomas Heller's ctypes would be really nice to be able to access libusb from Python. - bzhou note: ctypes requires libffi ffi_closure support which the ARM port does not have, so no go for now.
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  • Erlang - Erlang is available as ipk (native compilation)
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  • Erlang - Erlang is available as ipk in the cross feed!
June 09, 2005, at 07:27 PM by RobHam -- PhpGedView added to the PackageWishList
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  • PhpGedView - an open source genealogy database program which compliments the recent introduction of PHP, MySql and PHP-Enabled Web Servers to the package list.
June 09, 2005, at 05:22 PM by captain_ekelund -- TinyProxy - A lightweight HTTP proxy.
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  • TinyProxy? (http://tinyproxy.sourceforge.net) - A lightweight HTTP proxy.
June 08, 2005, at 12:00 PM by pepesz76 --
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  • EDNA - small MP3 server. Requires Python.
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  • EDNA - small MP3 server. Requires Python. EDNA (ver 0.5) works already on uNSLUng
June 07, 2005, at 06:32 PM by Mecakyrios --
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  • Webmin - Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Linux/Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms (and Java for the File Manager module), you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on. Webmin consists of a simple web server, and a number of CGI programs which directly update system files like /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/passwd. The web server and all CGI programs are written in Perl version 5, and use no non-standard Perl modules.
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  • Webmin - Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Linux/Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms (and Java for the File Manager module), you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on. Webmin consists of a simple web server, and a number of CGI programs which directly update system files like /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/passwd. The web server and all CGI programs are written in Perl version 5, and use no non-standard Perl modules.
  • A webserver to administrate the NSLU from anywhere on the web like Remotely Anywhere for Windows... Webmin could be a good package.
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  • A webserver to administrate the NSLU from anywhere on the web like Remotely Anywhere for Windows... Webmin could be a good package.
June 07, 2005, at 06:25 PM by Mecakyrios --
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Administration

  • Webmin - Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Linux/Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms (and Java for the File Manager module), you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on. Webmin consists of a simple web server, and a number of CGI programs which directly update system files like /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/passwd. The web server and all CGI programs are written in Perl version 5, and use no non-standard Perl modules.
June 03, 2005, at 01:22 PM by DaveH -- Alternative web server
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  • XS-HTTPD (http://www.stack.nl/~johans/xs-httpd/) - a replacement for thttpd with proper SSI support, etc. and none of the complexity of Apache!
June 03, 2005, at 05:52 AM by jsilence -- removed CUPS and mc from the list since they are available as packages
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  • Print server functionality CUPS is available as an ipkg
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  • mc Midnight Commander
June 02, 2005, at 03:20 PM by Hugo --
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June 02, 2005, at 03:19 PM by Hugo --
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June 01, 2005, at 02:12 AM by splurge -- Added boxbackup to wishlist
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  • boxbackup Server - An open source, completely automatic on-line backup system for UNIX. Using a slug for automated network backups without having to dedicate an entire computer to it would be nice.
May 31, 2005, at 05:42 PM by jp30 -- remove packages that have already been built and tested
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  • PureFTPd - Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a PureFTPd server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc. ProFTPD is available and should provide much of the same functionality.
  • OpenNap and nap Napster Server and client for sharing files.
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  • PureFTPd - Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a PureFTPd server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc. ProFTPD is available and should provide much of the same functionality.
  • OpenNap and nap Napster Server and client for sharing files. gift is available, provides similar functionality
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  • Squid - I want to log usage at home and share by bandwidth at home better. If Squid isn't available or other simpler implementations exist then that'll do to start with... - squid is available as ipk
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  • FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more.
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  • FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more. freeradius is recently back in the feeds, it needs testers
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  • Print server functionality - CUPS is available as an ipkg
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  • Print server functionality CUPS is available as an ipkg
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  • Postgres or mySQL would be really cool, might be to much load for the box ?? Is there any light DB that works with PHP? - postgresql & mysql are available as ipk, sqlite is a light DB that is available as ipk
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  • Asterisk Multiprotocol Open source Linux VOIP Server
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  • rsh-server - Remote execute commands on the NSLU
  • thttpd - allows to remove and to reinstall thttpd
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  • rsh-server - Remote execute commands on the NSLU - use dropbear or openssh instead
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  • Fetchmail - POP/IMAP Mailfetcher - fetchmail is available as ipk
  • OpenLDAP - LDAP Directory - openldap is available as ipk
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  • PHP - PHP is available as ipk
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  • Screen A full screen window manager that lets a physical terminal. Not quite the same, but someone compiled nohup.
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  • diff - diffutils are available as ipk
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  • VIM so we get UNDO and other useful features (and I don't want to change my BusyBox version) - vim is available as ipk
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Packages that have been built that are listed above:

  • giFT has been released as an alternative to mldonkey (and it has a plugin for OpenNap also mentioned above)
  • CUPS has been released.
  • Netatalk coming soon...
  • Subversion (svn), built with fsfs, without bdb, without SSL by WiredDuns (added to Unslung packages, will be tested by jsilence. Supplied tests may need Python).
  • Screen has been built and appears in the ipkg list
  • vsftpd/proftpd are available in lieu of PureFTPd
  • diff is now available as part of the diffutils package
  • Perl has been built as ipk. As it must be compiled natively it is not part of the Unslung build process. Therefore it is contributed separately. See HowTo.BuildPerlOnYourNSLU2Box

May 30, 2005, at 04:50 AM by bzhou -- commented on sqlite and erlang
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  • Postgres or mySQL would be really cool, might be to much load for the box ?? Is there any light DB that works with PHP? - postgresql & mysql are available as ipk
to:
  • Postgres or mySQL would be really cool, might be to much load for the box ?? Is there any light DB that works with PHP? - postgresql & mysql are available as ipk, sqlite is a light DB that is available as ipk
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  • Erlang
to:
  • Erlang - Erlang is available as ipk (native compilation)
May 29, 2005, at 05:42 PM by Jakob -- Added request for FreePOPs
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to:
  • FreePOPs? (http://www.freepops.org/en/) - POP3? server providing access to webmail accounts.
May 28, 2005, at 12:48 PM by Mehou -- Add Webmin to the wish list
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  • A webserver to administrate the NSLU from anywhere on the web like Remotely Anywhere for Windows...
to:
  • A webserver to administrate the NSLU from anywhere on the web like Remotely Anywhere for Windows... Webmin could be a good package.
May 26, 2005, at 07:46 PM by Kai -- added Gnump3d
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to:
  • GNUMP3d - a streaming MP3 and Media Server
May 20, 2005, at 10:51 PM by Pat Maupin -- Added Python ctypes to the wishlist
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  • Thomas Heller's ctypes would be really nice to be able to access libusb from Python
May 15, 2005, at 05:19 PM by George Sherwood -- Removed wizd. It is built.
Changed lines 9-10 from:
  • wizd - Server software for AVeL Link Player.
to:
May 13, 2005, at 12:10 AM by tman --
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  • Print server functionality - CUPS? This would indeed be quite cool. Most likely it will require a recompiled kernel. - cups is available as ipk
to:
  • Print server functionality - CUPS is available as an ipkg
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to:
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  • VIM so we get UNDO and other useful features (and I don't want to change my busybox version) - vim is available as ipk
to:
  • VIM so we get UNDO and other useful features (and I don't want to change my BusyBox version) - vim is available as ipk
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  • subversion (svn), built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl by WiredDuns? (added to unslung packages, will be tested by jsilence. Supplied tests may need python).
to:
  • Subversion (svn), built with fsfs, without bdb, without SSL by WiredDuns (added to Unslung packages, will be tested by jsilence. Supplied tests may need Python).
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  • perl has been built as ipk. As it must be compiled natively it is not part of the unslung build process. Therefore it is contributed separately. See HowTo.BuildPerlOnYourNSLU2Box#perl_ipk
to:
  • Perl has been built as ipk. As it must be compiled natively it is not part of the Unslung build process. Therefore it is contributed separately. See HowTo.BuildPerlOnYourNSLU2Box
May 13, 2005, at 12:06 AM by tman --
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  • wizd - Server software for AVeL? Link Player.
to:
  • wizd - Server software for AVeL Link Player.
May 11, 2005, at 08:36 PM by George Sherwood -- Added wished for software - wizd
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to:
  • wizd - Server software for AVeL? Link Player.
May 07, 2005, at 06:29 PM by bzzz -- Request for Asterisk package (VOIP Server)
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  • Asterisk Multiprotocol Open source Linux VOIP Server
May 06, 2005, at 01:31 PM by pTweety --
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  • Squid - I want to log usage at home and share by bandwidth at home better. If Squid isn't available or other simpler implementations exist then that'll do to start with...
to:
  • Squid - I want to log usage at home and share by bandwidth at home better. If Squid isn't available or other simpler implementations exist then that'll do to start with... - squid is available as ipk
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  • Print server functionality - CUPS? This would indeed be quite cool. Most likely it will require a recompiled kernel.
to:
  • Print server functionality - CUPS? This would indeed be quite cool. Most likely it will require a recompiled kernel. - cups is available as ipk
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  • Postgres or mySQL would be really cool, might be to much load for the box ?? Is there any light DB that works with PHP?
to:
  • Postgres or mySQL would be really cool, might be to much load for the box ?? Is there any light DB that works with PHP? - postgresql & mysql are available as ipk
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  • sendmail/postfix/exim/qmail - Mailserver
  • Courier or UWimap - IMAP server
to:
  • sendmail/postfix/exim/qmail - Mailserver - postfix is available as ipk
  • Courier or UWimap - IMAP server - cyrus-imapd is available as ipk
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  • Fetchmail - POP/IMAP Mailfetcher
  • OpenLDAP - LDAP Directory
to:
  • Fetchmail - POP/IMAP Mailfetcher - fetchmail is available as ipk
  • OpenLDAP - LDAP Directory - openldap is available as ipk
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  • python
  • PHP
to:
  • python - python is available as ipk
  • PHP - php is available as ipk
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  • diff
to:
  • diff - diffutils are available as ipk
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  • VIM so we get UNDO and other useful features (and I don't want to change my busybox version)
to:
  • VIM so we get UNDO and other useful features (and I don't want to change my busybox version) - vim is available as ipk
May 05, 2005, at 12:00 PM by tman -- Added comment by tribble
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  • HFS+ - Some folks want to be able to hook up their Mac formatted disks to the Slug (which is still cheaper than a Mac Mini). (bob_tm: Note that HFS+ seems to be an abandoned project - no file changes for 2-3 years and the project is still in alpha).
to:
  • HFS+ - Some folks want to be able to hook up their Mac formatted disks to the Slug (which is still cheaper than a Mac Mini). (bob_tm: Note that HFS+ seems to be an abandoned project - no file changes for 2-3 years and the project is still in alpha). (tribble: there's actually newer code which is included in 2.6 that comes from http://www.ardistech.com/hfsplus/ - it's beta and only a year old)
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Packages that have been built and tested ok are on the Unslung Packages page.

to:

Packages that have been built and tested ok are on the Unslung Packages page.

April 02, 2005, at 05:57 PM by bc --
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  • http://dast.nlanr.net/Projects/Iperf/ - Iperf
to:
  • http://dast.nlanr.net/Projects/Iperf/ Iperf - For measuring TCP and UDP bandwidth performance.
April 02, 2005, at 05:56 PM by bc --
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  • http://dast.nlanr.net/Projects/Iperf/ - Iperf
March 21, 2005, at 07:59 PM by bobtm --
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  • http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-hfsplus/ HFS+ - Some folks want to be able to hook up their Mac formatted disks to the Slug (which is still cheaper than a http://www.apple.com/macmini/ Mac Mini).
to:
  • http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-hfsplus/ HFS+ - Some folks want to be able to hook up their Mac formatted disks to the Slug (which is still cheaper than a http://www.apple.com/macmini/ Mac Mini). (bob_tm: Note that HFS+ seems to be an abandoned project - no file changes for 2-3 years and the project is still in alpha).
March 21, 2005, at 12:05 AM by bzhou --
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  • http://www.erlang.org/ Erlang
March 21, 2005, at 12:01 AM by bzhou --
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  • http://abridgegame.org/darcs/ darcs Decentralized revision control system, based on a "theory of patches"
March 05, 2005, at 06:34 PM by tremor --
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  • PPPoE? - Use DSL-Modem directly on device.
February 26, 2005, at 08:06 PM by Oli --
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  • Postgres or mySQL would be really cool, might be to much load for the box ?? Is there any light DB that works with PHP?
February 17, 2005, at 10:16 AM by fuzzifuzzi --
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  • A webserver to administrate the NSLU from anywhere on the web like Remotely Anywhere for Windows...
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  • http://mldonkey.berlios.de/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownload&cid=1 Mldonkey P2P Client without GUI needed, supports Edonkey Network, DirectConnect (alpha),Gnutella (LimeWire),Gnutella2, OpenNapster (alpha), SoulSeek (beta), BitTorrent, and FastTrack. Does somebody know how to integrate this great piece of software?
February 12, 2005, at 01:29 AM by uscwrollins --
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  • UPnP? Server compatible with Dlink Media Player that supports MPEG1/2/4, AVI, VOB, MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, JPG, GIF, BMP, etc.
to:
  • UPnP? Server, http://upnp.sourceforge.net/ Linux SDK for UPnP Devices, compatible with Dlink Media Player that supports MPEG1/2/4, AVI, VOB, MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, JPG, GIF, BMP, etc.
February 12, 2005, at 12:48 AM by uscwrollins --
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  • UPnP? Server compatible with Dlink Media Player that supports MPEG1?/2/4, AVI, VOB, MP3?, WAV, WMA, OGG, JPG, GIF, BMP, etc.
to:
  • UPnP? Server compatible with Dlink Media Player that supports MPEG1/2/4, AVI, VOB, MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, JPG, GIF, BMP, etc.
February 12, 2005, at 12:40 AM by uscwrollins --
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  • UPnP? Server compatible with Dlink Media Player that supports MPEG1?/2/4, AVI, VOB, MP3?, WAV, WMA, OGG, JPG, GIF, BMP, etc.
February 09, 2005, at 01:33 AM by scott --
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  • http://www.sane-project.org/ SANED - Scanner server - Provides scanner sharing, including the scanners in multifunction devices. Getting one of those working with a slug would be way too cool. A kernel module (and an updated libusb?) may be needed.
February 08, 2005, at 03:33 AM by gorbag --
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  • http://sourceforge.net/projects/linux-hfsplus/ HFS+ - Some folks want to be able to hook up their Mac formatted disks to the Slug (which is still cheaper than a http://www.apple.com/macmini/ Mac Mini).
February 06, 2005, at 03:54 PM by Keith Garry Boyce --
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  • http://gift.sourceforge.net/ giFT has been released as an alternative to mldonkey (and it has a plugin for OpenNap? also mentioned above)
to:
  • http://gift.sourceforge.net/ giFT has been released as an alternative to mldonkey (and it has a plugin for http://opennap.sourceforge.net/ OpenNap also mentioned above)
February 06, 2005, at 03:52 PM by Keith Garry Boyce --
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  • http://gift.sourceforge.net/ giFT has been released as an alternative to mldonkey
to:
  • http://gift.sourceforge.net/ giFT has been released as an alternative to mldonkey (and it has a plugin for OpenNap? also mentioned above)
February 05, 2005, at 09:30 PM by Keith Garry Boyce --
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  • http://gift.sourceforge.net/ giFT has been released as an alternative to mldonkey
February 04, 2005, at 08:27 PM by bobtm --
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  • vsftpd is available in lieu of PureFTPd
to:
  • vsftpd/proftpd are available in lieu of PureFTPd
February 04, 2005, at 06:29 PM by ChrisE --
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  • CUPS has been succesfully built and is in the process of testing...
to:
  • CUPS has been released.
February 03, 2005, at 09:28 AM by jsilence --
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  • http://subversion.tigris.org/ Subversion Version control system, compelling replacement of CVS.
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  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl by WiredDuns? (added to unslung packages, will be tested by jsilence. Supplied tests may need python).
to:
  • subversion ({{svn}}), built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl by WiredDuns? (added to unslung packages, will be tested by jsilence. Supplied tests may need python).
February 01, 2005, at 08:23 AM by paulhar --
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  • http://www.ardistech.com/iscsi/ ARDIS Tech iSCSI target - The Linux iSCSI target driver allows to export an arbitrary number of block devices via the iSCSI protocol to other clients on a TCP/IP network. The clients will then see these devices as normal SCSI devices.
  • http://iscsitarget.sourceforge.net/ iSCSI Enterprise Target - An open source iSCSI target with professional features, works well in enterprise environment under real workload, and is scalable and versatile enough to meet the challenge of future storage needs and developements.
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Sharing LUNs? / block storage

  • An iSCSI target implemention, http://www.ardistech.com/iscsi/ ARDIS Tech iSCSI target and / or http://iscsitarget.sourceforge.net/ iSCSI Enterprise Target. iSCSI - for the non-initiated, exports LUNs? to hosts via a TCP/IP network. Software initators are available for most operation systems including Linux and Windows.
February 01, 2005, at 04:12 AM by GotzBoost --
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  • http://www.ardistech.com/iscsi/ ARDIS Tech iSCSI target - The Linux iSCSI target driver allows to export an arbitrary number of block devices via the iSCSI protocol to other clients on a TCP/IP network. The clients will then see these devices as normal SCSI devices.
  • http://iscsitarget.sourceforge.net/ iSCSI Enterprise Target - An open source iSCSI target with professional features, works well in enterprise environment under real workload, and is scalable and versatile enough to meet the challenge of future storage needs and developements.
January 27, 2005, at 08:03 AM by MarioTeetzen --
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  • NNTP-server, a small one like leafnode or a more complex like inn....
January 25, 2005, at 05:07 PM by bobtm --
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  • http://www.pureftpd.org/ PureFTPd - Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a PureFTPd server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc.
to:
  • http://www.pureftpd.org/ PureFTPd - Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a PureFTPd server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc. ProFTPD is available and should provide much of the same functionality.
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  • VPN server, preferably one that can be used with the built-in Windows XP client.
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to:
  • Courier or UWimap - IMAP server
January 25, 2005, at 04:52 PM by gorbag --
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Programming Languages

  • http://www.perl.com/ perl -> see HowTo.BuildPerlOnYourNSLU2Box#perl_ipk
  • http://www.python.org/ python
  • http://www.php.net/ PHP
  • http://clisp.cons.org/ clisp or some other http://alu.cliki.net/index common lisp (Recall http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?GreenspunsTenthRuleOfProgramming Greenspun's Tenth Law of Programming!)
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January 25, 2005, at 02:59 PM by uSURPER --
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  • http://www.squid-cache.org/ Squid - I want to log usage at home and share by bandwidth at home better. If Squid isn't available or other simpler implementations exist then that'll do to start with...
January 22, 2005, at 08:51 PM by nick --
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  • http://p2p-radio.sourceforge.net/ P2P-Radio Server so we can create our own radio server
January 21, 2005, at 11:33 AM by uSURPER --
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  • http://www.vim.org/ VIM so we get UNDO and other useful features (and I don't want to change my busybox version)
January 18, 2005, at 06:03 PM by bobtm --
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  • http://mldonkey.berlios.de/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownload&cid=1 Mldonkey P2P? Client without GUI needed, supports Edonkey Network, DirectConnect? (alpha),Gnutella (LimeWire?),Gnutella2,OpenNapster? (alpha),SoulSeek? (beta), BitTorrent, and FastTrack?. Does somebody know how to integrate this great piece of software?
  • http://edna.sourceforge.net/ EDNA - small MP3? server. Requires Python.
to:
  • http://mldonkey.berlios.de/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownload&cid=1 Mldonkey P2P Client without GUI needed, supports Edonkey Network, DirectConnect (alpha),Gnutella (LimeWire),Gnutella2, OpenNapster (alpha), SoulSeek (beta), BitTorrent, and FastTrack. Does somebody know how to integrate this great piece of software?
  • http://edna.sourceforge.net/ EDNA - small MP3 server. Requires Python.
January 18, 2005, at 05:39 PM by Johan Svedberg --
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  • rar/unrar
January 18, 2005, at 05:09 AM by csimmons --
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  • http://edna.sourceforge.net/ EDNA - small MP3? server. Requires Python.
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  • sendmail/postfix/exim - Mailserver
to:
  • sendmail/postfix/exim/qmail - Mailserver
  • Courier or UWimap? - IMAP server
  • http://www.squirrelmail.org/ Squirrelmail - Webmail Client. Requires PHP
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to:
January 14, 2005, at 05:46 AM by ChrisE --
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  • CUPS has been succesfully built and is in the process of testing...
January 08, 2005, at 07:28 PM by thed --
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  • sendmail - Mailserver
to:
  • sendmail/postfix/exim - Mailserver
Changed line 21 from:
  • http://www.fetchmail.org/ Fetchmail - EMail? fetcher
to:
  • http://catb.org/~esr/fetchmail/ Fetchmail - POP/IMAP Mailfetcher
January 08, 2005, at 07:26 PM by thed --
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  • http://www.fetchmail.org/ Fetchmail - EMail? fetcher
  • http://www.openldap.org/ OpenLDAP - LDAP Directory
January 08, 2005, at 04:14 AM by Thomas Cussen --
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  • http://www.hylafax.org/ HylaFax - Faxserver
January 07, 2005, at 08:00 PM by M van Heemst --
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  • sendmail - Mailserver
January 06, 2005, at 07:05 PM by ChrisE --
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  • http://netatalk.sourceforge.net/ Netatalk has been built and should show up as an ipkg in the next few days.
  • FreeRadius has been built, it is now ready for testing.
to:
  • http://netatalk.sourceforge.net/ Netatalk coming soon...
December 30, 2004, at 11:46 AM by silvio --
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  • thttpd - allows to remove and to reinstall thttpd
December 30, 2004, at 09:52 AM by silvio --
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  • rsh-server - Remote execute commands on the NSLU
December 21, 2004, at 10:54 PM by r2004roellig --
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to:
December 21, 2004, at 10:52 PM by r2004roellig --
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  • perl has been built as ipk. As it must be compiled natively it is not part of the unslung build process. Therefore it is contributed separately. See
to:
  • perl has been built as ipk. As it must be compiled natively it is not part of the unslung build process. Therefore it is contributed separately. See HowTo.BuildPerlOnYourNSLU2Box#perl_ipk
December 21, 2004, at 10:51 PM by r2004roellig --
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  • perl has been built as ipk. As it must be compiled natively it is not part of the unslung build process. Therefore it is contributed separately. See HowTo.BuildPerlOnYourNSLU2Box#perl_ipk
to:
  • perl has been built as ipk. As it must be compiled natively it is not part of the unslung build process. Therefore it is contributed separately. See
December 21, 2004, at 10:50 PM by r2004roellig --
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  • perl has been built as ipk. As it must be compiled natively it is not part of the unslung build process. Therefore it is contributed separately. See HowTo.BuildPerlOnYourNSLU2Box#perl_ipk
December 20, 2004, at 09:29 PM by jeremyeglen --
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  • diff is now available as part of the {{Unslung/diffutils}} package
December 20, 2004, at 06:51 PM by jeremyeglen --
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  • http://directory.fsf.org/screen.html Screen has been built and appears in the ipkg list
  • vsftpd is available in lieu of PureFTPd
December 20, 2004, at 04:06 PM by solarflare --
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  • Quality of Service implementation - http://lartc.org/wondershaper/ Wondershaper (depends on iproute)
to:
  • Quality of Service implementation - http://lartc.org/wondershaper/ Wondershaper (depends on iproute and possibly a recompiled kernel)
December 20, 2004, at 03:46 PM by solarflare --
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  • QoS? implementation - http://lartc.org/wondershaper/ Wondershaper
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  • Quality of Service implementation - http://lartc.org/wondershaper/ Wondershaper (depends on iproute)
December 20, 2004, at 03:35 PM by solarflare --
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  • http://lartc.org/wondershaper/ Wondershaper - QoS? implementation
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  • QoS? implementation - http://lartc.org/wondershaper/ Wondershaper
December 20, 2004, at 03:33 PM by solarflare --
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  • http://lartc.org/wondershaper/ Wondershaper - QoS? implementation
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Packages that have been built and tested ok are on the Packages}} Unslung Packages? page.

to:

Packages that have been built and tested ok are on the Packages}} Unslung Packages? page.

December 19, 2004, at 10:35 AM by jsilence --
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  • http://www.perl.com perl As a convinced perl hater I'd rather have three fingers of my left hand chopped off, but I'm adding it to the list since it has been requested on the mailing list.
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December 13, 2004, at 06:38 PM by WIREDduns --
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  • http://www.python.org python.
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  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl by WiredDuns? (not yet added to unslung packages, will be tested by jsilence. Supplied tests may need python).
to:
  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl by WiredDuns? (added to unslung packages, will be tested by jsilence. Supplied tests may need python).
December 10, 2004, at 11:24 PM by ChrisE --
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  • http://www.freeradius.org FreeRADIUS has been built, it is now ready for testing.
to:
  • FreeRadius has been built, it is now ready for testing.
December 10, 2004, at 11:20 PM by ChrisE --
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  • http://www.freeradius.org FreeRADIUS has been built, it should show up as an ipkg in the next few days.
to:
  • http://www.freeradius.org FreeRADIUS has been built, it is now ready for testing.
December 10, 2004, at 10:13 PM by perlguru --
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  • http://sourceforge.net/projects/libbt libbt C BitTorrent library with sample downloader. Should be easy to integrate.
December 09, 2004, at 07:11 PM by key --
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to:
  • http://sourceforge.net/projects/libbt libbt C BitTorrent library with sample downloader. Should be easy to integrate.
December 09, 2004, at 08:01 AM by fuzzifuzzi --
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December 09, 2004, at 02:44 AM by WIREDduns --
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  • http://subversion.tigris.org/ Subversion Version control system, compelling replacement of CVS. handle several processes, typically interactive shells. what does this mean (wiredduns)?
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  • http://subversion.tigris.org/ Subversion Version control system, compelling replacement of CVS.
Changed line 30 from:
  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl (not yet added to unslung packages, needs to be tested. Supplied tests may need python). I volunteer to test. How can I get my hands on the binary? -jsilence e-mail me at duns@slac.stanford.edu
to:
  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl by WiredDuns? (not yet added to unslung packages, will be tested by jsilence. Supplied tests may need python).
December 08, 2004, at 03:13 PM by Fuzzifuzzi039at039gmxnet --
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December 08, 2004, at 02:58 PM by Fuzzifuzzigmxnet --
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  • http://www.linux-nis.org/ Linux NIS The Network Information Service (NIS) simplify network administration and runs no most UNIX networks. Login names/passwords/home directories (/etc/passwd), group information (/etc/group), host names and IP numbers (/etc/hosts) can be distributed by NIS. So, for example, if your password entry is recorded in the NIS passwd database, you will be able to login on all machines on the net which have the NIS client programs running.
to:
  • http://www.linux-nis.org/ Linux NIS The Network Information Service (NIS) simplify network administration and runs on most UNIX networks. Login names/passwords/home directories (/etc/passwd), group information (/etc/group), host names and IP numbers (/etc/hosts) can be distributed by NIS. So, for example, if your password entry is recorded in the NIS passwd database, you will be able to login on all machines on the net which have the NIS client programs running.
December 08, 2004, at 08:15 AM by ChrisE --
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  • http://netatalk.sourceforge.net/ Netatalk has been built and should show up as an ipkg in the next few days.
December 08, 2004, at 05:36 AM by ChrisE --
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  • http://www.freeradius.org FreeRADIUS has been built, there is a shared library error that still needs resolved before it is placed in the unslung package repository.
to:
  • http://www.freeradius.org FreeRADIUS has been built, it should show up as an ipkg in the next few days.
December 05, 2004, at 07:22 PM by jsilence --
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  • http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/ unison File synchronizer
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  • diff
  • http://www.perl.com perl As a convinced perl hater I'd rather have three fingers of my left hand chopped off, but I'm adding it to the list since it has been requested on the mailing list.
December 03, 2004, at 07:05 AM by jsilence --
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  • http://directory.fsf.org/screen.html Screen A full screen window manager that lets a physical terminal
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  • http://directory.fsf.org/screen.html Screen A full screen window manager that lets a physical terminal. Not quite the same, but someone compiled http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nslu2-linux/files/nohup.gz nohup.
December 02, 2004, at 07:25 PM by WIREDduns --
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  • http://subversion.tigris.org/ Subversion Version control system, compelling replacement of CVS. handle several processes, typically interactive shells.
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  • http://subversion.tigris.org/ Subversion Version control system, compelling replacement of CVS. handle several processes, typically interactive shells. what does this mean (wiredduns)?
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  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl (not yet added to unslung packages, needs to be tested. Supplied tests may need python). I volunteer to test. How can I get my hands on the binary? -jsilence
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  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl (not yet added to unslung packages, needs to be tested. Supplied tests may need python). I volunteer to test. How can I get my hands on the binary? -jsilence e-mail me at duns@slac.stanford.edu
December 02, 2004, at 10:15 AM by jsilence --
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Packages that have been built and tested ok.

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Packages that have been built and tested ok are on the Packages}} Unslung Packages? page.

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  • {{scponly}} (http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/ homepage) Package maintainer, can you configure scponly to use /opt/bin/scp instead of /usr/bin/scp?
December 02, 2004, at 07:39 AM by jsilence --
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  • Print server functionality - http://www.cups.org/ CUPS?
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Sharing/accessing files

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  • http://subversion.tigris.org/ Subversion Version control system, compelling replacement of CVS. handle several processes, typically interactive shells.
  • http://opennap.sourceforge.net/ OpenNap and http://nap.sourceforge.net/ nap Napster Server and client for sharing files.

Authentication and other server software

  • http://www.freeradius.org FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more.
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  • http://subversion.tigris.org/ Subversion Version control system, compelling replacement of CVS.
  • http://directory.fsf.org/screen.html Screen A full screen window manager that lets a physical terminal handle several processes, typically interactive shells.
  • http://www.freeradius.org FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more.
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  • Print server functionality - http://www.cups.org/ CUPS? This would indeed be quite cool. Most likely it will require a recompiled kernel.

Network / Communication

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  • Serial terminal - http://microcom.port5.com/ microcom?

Misc tools

  • http://directory.fsf.org/screen.html Screen A full screen window manager that lets a physical terminal
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  • Serial terminal - http://microcom.port5.com/ microcom?
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December 01, 2004, at 08:11 PM by microfirmware --
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  • Serial terminal - http://microcom.port5.com/ microcom?
December 01, 2004, at 10:43 AM by jsilence --
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  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl (not yet added to unslung packages, needs to be tested. Supplied tests may need python).
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  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl (not yet added to unslung packages, needs to be tested. Supplied tests may need python). I volunteer to test. How can I get my hands on the binary? -jsilence
November 30, 2004, at 06:24 PM by ChrisE --
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  • FreeRADIUS? has been built, there is a shared library error that still needs resolved before it is placed in the unslung package repository.
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  • http://www.freeradius.org FreeRADIUS has been built, there is a shared library error that still needs resolved before it is placed in the unslung package repository.
November 30, 2004, at 06:18 PM by ChrisE --
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  • FreeRADIUS? has been built, there is a shared library error that still needs resolved before it is placed in the unslung package repository.
November 30, 2004, at 04:29 PM by J Krauska --
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  • http://perso.wanadoo.fr/sebastien.godard/ Sysstat Monitoring package
November 28, 2004, at 07:15 PM by jsilence --
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Packages that have been built and test failed.

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Packages that have been built and tested ok.

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  • {{scponly}} (http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/ homepage) Logging in and directory browsing works, but actually copying files failes. Copy occasionally starts but hangs. Will test with scp on command line, but I have to leave now.
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  • {{scponly}} (http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/ homepage) Package maintainer, can you configure scponly to use /opt/bin/scp instead of /usr/bin/scp?
November 28, 2004, at 10:02 AM by jsilence --
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Packages that have been built and tested ok.

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Packages that have been built and test failed.

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  • {{scponly}} (http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/ homepage)
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  • {{scponly}} (http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/ homepage) Logging in and directory browsing works, but actually copying files failes. Copy occasionally starts but hangs. Will test with scp on command line, but I have to leave now.
November 28, 2004, at 09:32 AM by jsilence --
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  • http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/ scponly shell Would be nice for sharing files via scp without giving shell access to your slug.
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  • scponly (needs to be tested by someone)
  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl (not yet added to unslung packages, needs to be tested. Supplied tests may need python).
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  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl (not yet added to unslung packages, needs to be tested. Supplied tests may need python).

Packages that have been built and tested ok.

  • {{scponly}} (http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/ homepage)
November 27, 2004, at 11:50 PM by Karl Kettner --
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  • http://mc.blackdown.org/mc/ mc Midnight Commander
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  • http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/utils/file/managers/mc/ mc Midnight Commander
November 27, 2004, at 11:46 PM by Karl Kettner --
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  • Midnight Commander
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  • http://mc.blackdown.org/mc/ mc Midnight Commander
November 27, 2004, at 11:04 PM by Karl Kettner --
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  • Midnight Commander
November 26, 2004, at 06:48 PM by Gareth Webber --
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 * http://netatalk.sourceforge.net/ Netatalk AppleTalk? replacement for SAMBA
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  • http://netatalk.sourceforge.net/ Netatalk AppleTalk? replacement for SAMBA
November 26, 2004, at 06:47 PM by Gareth Webber --
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 * http://netatalk.sourceforge.net/ Netatalk AppleTalk? replacement for SAMBA
November 24, 2004, at 06:44 AM by kolla --
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  • http://www.freeradius.org FreeRADIUS the premiere open source RADIUS server. Used for authenticating users on wireless routers (802.1X), dialup routers, VPN and more.
November 23, 2004, at 07:04 PM by Matthew Romanek --
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  • http://directory.fsf.org/screen.html Screen A full screen window manager that lets a physical terminal handle several processes, typically interactive shells.
November 16, 2004, at 06:52 PM by wiredduns --
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  • http://subversion.tigris.org/ Subversion (svn), version control system, compelling replacement of CVS.
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  • http://subversion.tigris.org/ Subversion Version control system, compelling replacement of CVS.
November 16, 2004, at 06:51 PM by wiredduns --
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  • http://subversion.tigris.org/ Subversion (svn), version control system, compelling replacement of CVS.
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  • scponly (needs to be tested by someone)
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  • scponly (needs to be tested by someone)
  • subversion, built with fsfs, without bdb, without ssl (not yet added to unslung packages, needs to be tested. Supplied tests may need python).
November 16, 2004, at 03:45 PM by Stefan Hauser --
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  • http://www.linux-nis.org/ Linux NIS The Network Information Service (NIS) simplify network administration and runs no most UNIX networks. Login names/passwords/home directories (/etc/passwd), group information (/etc/group), host names and IP numbers (/etc/hosts) can be distributed by NIS. So, for example, if your password entry is recorded in the NIS passwd database, you will be able to login on all machines on the net which have the NIS client programs running.
November 16, 2004, at 02:37 AM by tman --
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  • Print server functionality - http://www.cups.org/ CUPS?
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  • Print server functionality - http://www.cups.org/ CUPS?
November 16, 2004, at 02:34 AM by tman --
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  • scponly shell (http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/). Would be nice for sharing files via scp without giving shell access to your slug.
  • print server functionality (cups?)
  • pureftpd (http://www.pureftpd.org/). Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a Pure-FTPd? server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc.
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  • http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/ scponly shell Would be nice for sharing files via scp without giving shell access to your slug.
  • Print server functionality - http://www.cups.org/ CUPS?
  • http://www.pureftpd.org/ PureFTPd - Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a PureFTPd server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc.
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Packages that have been built that are listed above:
*scponly (needs to be tested by someone)

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Packages that have been built that are listed above:

  • scponly (needs to be tested by someone)
November 15, 2004, at 10:36 PM by ChrisE --
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  • pureftpd (http://www.pureftpd.org/). Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a Pure-FTPd? server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc.
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  • pureftpd (http://www.pureftpd.org/). Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a Pure-FTPd? server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc.


---------------------------- Packages that have been built that are listed above:
*scponly (needs to be tested by someone)

November 15, 2004, at 09:56 PM by MnMs --
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  • print server functionality (cups?)
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  • print server functionality (cups?)
  • pureftpd (http://www.pureftpd.org/). Secure, IP masking, easy to setup, many options, chrooting, SSL/TLS encryption, LDAP authentication if you want, "Beginners can install a Pure-FTPd? server in 5 minutes" (from the docs), etc.
November 15, 2004, at 08:48 PM by mark --
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  • scponly shell (http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/). Would be nice for sharing files via scp without giving shell access to your slug.
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  • scponly shell (http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/). Would be nice for sharing files via scp without giving shell access to your slug.
  • print server functionality (cups?)
November 15, 2004, at 03:11 PM by jsilence --
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Describe PackageWishList here.

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  • scponly shell (http://www.sublimation.org/scponly/). Would be nice for sharing files via scp without giving shell access to your slug.
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