Oh yes, definitely agree! great news and great work, many thanks @stephdl!
You’re absolutely right, 40$ are not enough.
Feel free to open a new thread in this.
Because I’m a backer of this bounty, I will offer a couple of beers to @stephdl on next FOSDEM
I agree as well. Great work
Worked recently on updates of :
- All documentation concerning the installation of my my modules
- All dependencies have been updated in the stephdl repository
The folder you used to install my rpms by a link with yum has been removed, so you must use the repo now
If you have some troubles, please ask me.
Ahh, you also made a TT-RSS package! Awesome stuff! I’ve just discovered it recently and I love it. Got it installed on another webserver (not in ns); It’s android client is great as well!
Really good work with all these stephdl, I just wanted to thank you for your contribution. I wouldn’t feel safe deploying NS7 without your fail2ban module.
TT-rss is available on ns7 now
I don’t want to use discourse for this purpose, it is hard to follow or to retrieve this kind of informations…of course discourse is great in other usages.
So first install the nethserver-stephdl rpm and after install the others…of course bring back issues, enhancements, ideas !
Cool! Keep up with your good work
People are looking forward to your modules
Nethserver-shellinabox is released in NS7, the main changes now are that the web terminal is displayed in Nethgui by a proxypass…it is nice
other RPM already available are there
Nethserver-Backupc is available for NS7 in my repository with its documentation
nethserver-dokuwiki released for NS7
you should update nethserver-stephdl rpm, now it is enabled by default, and after a restoration, my rpm should be reinstalled.
yum update nethserver-stephdl --enablerepo=stephdl
Love you for making Fail2Ban available on NS7! Thanks a lot! You are awsome.
Great software collection @stephdl!
Now I’m looking to nethserver-stephdl package… I’d suggest the following enhancements
/etc/cron.daily/check4StephdlUpdates: IIUC it is a script that alerts the admin for updates. Couldn’t that be implemented/integrated with
yum-cron? It would be a nice plus for other NethServer packages too
Why don’t define YUM groups here, too? We could see your modules in Software Center, too, once nethserver-stephdl package is installed! Please have a look to our comps repo (originally cloned from Fedora) and grab some ideas!
yes, yum-cron could be used, ‘yum --download-only’ could be nice also to download nightly rpm, because we have cheap Internet in Europe, but for other foreign countries it is not the same, some have free bandwidth during a short period of the day.
will do, when the time let me it
Except errors or omissions, all my modules are on transifex, please @translations_team can you have a look
Can you point us out the link?
For example the usage statistics is interesting. If we speak about the nfs module, nobody pointed that he used it, but the download statistics showed that it was used with no complaints.
I love also to manage all the server side
Like pointed by @davidep I could modify my rpm and use the software center, but at least one time you must use the command line.
Are you sure? What if you upload the sdl-repo.rpm to nethforge? We could add a “third party repositories” category to Software Center!
You know, we don’t like the command line
Have a nice 1st May
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