I’m rather looking after bareos…I have had a long talk with the team at the fosdem.
Good! Have you got an idea?
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i Would say a sas/iscsi support inbuild for expansion of owncloud,roaming profiles info, for rapid redundancy and availability, a module that permit attach a custom iscsi disk or partition for that data only.
because the VM aproach for Owncloud and roaming profiles is to expensive, i would prefer throw that data to a inexpensive and SAS or isci devices for better backup/data/price performance and the Nethserver in a VM inself.
just my two cents.
Good point, please take a look at this discussion and provide there your insights
Up, sure that you miss something.
Easy to suggest something absolutely awesome that does not yet exist in NS: https://nextcloud.com/collaboraonline/
As I understood from the info, this uses docker to run.
i think it is simple to make
Use NFS with Nethserverhttp://community.nethserver.org/t/how-to-setup-nethserver-for-nfs?source_topic_id=255
hmzzz… and to set the challenge a tad higher: If you have 2 (or more) servers, setup GlusterFS.
For installing Gluster there is a quickstart howto on readthedocs: http://gluster.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Quick-Start-Guide/Quickstart/
Love it, we should make some test and test the waters!
Bump…shoot again. I’m listening
I can think of a few…
Wouldn’t mind seeing a module that incorporates wpa_supplicant to allow connections to WiFi access points.
playing with ns7 on rpi3, i really missed a webui for hostapd to create a Wifi access point
- hostapd: http://w1.fi/hostapd/
@dz00te, I was just thinking about ARM based SoCs and hostapd and have come to the conclusion that a lot of Wifi chipsets that are included on these boards may not work as an access point / BSSID.
I have been experimenting with a Banana / Lamobo BPI-R1 board (which has a Realtek 8192CU wifi chipset) and have realised that this chipset won’t work as a access point (I have overcome this problem by plugging a Alfa AWUS036NH Wifi adapter into the Bananas USB port).
But I agree, it would be great to have a module that not only incorporates wpa_supplicant but also hostapd.
Mmmh. I do not miss much, but I still have some ideas:
Great to see you mention Guacamole @robb. I’ve tested this last year and think it would be a killer app to add to netherver!
[root@NS7DEV6 ~]# yum search guacamole Loaded plugins: changelog, fastestmirror, nethserver_events Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: mirrors.atosworldline.com * epel: mirrors.ircam.fr * extras: mirror1.evolution-host.com * nethforge: mirror.framassa.org * nethserver-base: mirror.framassa.org * nethserver-updates: mirror.framassa.org * updates: ftp.ciril.fr ============================================================================================= N/S matched: guacamole ============================================================================================== guacd.x86_64 : Proxy daemon for Guacamole libguac.x86_64 : The common library used by all C components of Guacamole libguac-devel.x86_64 : Development files for guacamole-server Name and summary matches only, use "search all" for everything. [root@NS7DEV6 ~]# yum info guacd Loaded plugins: changelog, fastestmirror, nethserver_events Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: mirrors.atosworldline.com * epel: mirrors.ircam.fr * extras: mirror1.evolution-host.com * nethforge: mirror.framassa.org * nethserver-base: mirror.framassa.org * nethserver-updates: mirror.framassa.org * updates: ftp.ciril.fr Available Packages Name : guacd Arch : x86_64 Epoch : 1 Version : 0.9.9 Release : 3.el7 Size : 24 k Repo : epel/x86_64 Summary : Proxy daemon for Guacamole URL : http://guac-dev.org/ License : MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ Description : guacd is the Guacamole proxy daemon used by the Guacamole web application and : framework to translate between arbitrary protocols and the Guacamole protocol.
I found this script to install Guacamole on CentOS 6/7:
Sourceforge page is here and was recently updated in Jan, 2017 but I’m not sure yet if it uses the latest Guacamole:
Tasks in this script are:
- Install Packages Dependencies
- Download Guacamole and MySQL Connector packages
- Install Guacamole Server
- Install Guacamole Client
- Install MySQL Connector
- Configure MariaDB or MySQL
- Configure FirewallD or iptables
- Setting Tomcat Server
- Generates a Java KeyStore for SSL Support.
How would running this script affect nethserver?
How would I be able to run this install AND add a link in the Applications of Nethserver?
@dev_team, does having this script make it easier for you to implement this to nethserver?