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by wertigon
01 Jun 2010, 18:16
Forum: B2 & B3 Feature Requests
Topic: Jabber service out of the box
Replies: 2
Views: 2390

Re: Jabber service out of the box

I would suggest Prosody over Openfire - Comes with a lot less dependencies, has just as many features and is quite a bit better for people who wants a simple Jabber Server that just works. Otherwise I completely support this idea. :)
by wertigon
22 Aug 2008, 11:27
Forum: Announcements
Topic: New product released
Replies: 54
Views: 49669

A Raid1-solution on the two eSATA interfaces still isn't a bad idea. Reason; harddrives fail, and if my main drive should die then it's nice knowing my content is still there, and reasonably safe. :)
by wertigon
26 Feb 2008, 18:03
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: CMS
Replies: 4
Views: 5216

Or simply have the CMS stuff disabled and activated through a setup script?
by wertigon
19 Dec 2007, 11:35
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: The perfect Bubba
Replies: 11
Views: 8749

Put another one down for SSD here; though, today it's probably too expensive, but it's a nice-to-have feature. I also agree that an UPS with the same form-factor would be a nice feature to have. Given the Bubba's low power requirements, it doesn't have to be more than a battery and some sort of volt...
by wertigon
13 Jun 2007, 11:23
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: AFP support
Replies: 22
Views: 20323

I understand how it can be confusing to someone who hasn't ever done it before. What you need to do is: 1. Download and install the neccessary packages sudo apt-get install netatalk 2. Configure the netatalk config file Follow these two sections in the Gentoo wiki and ignore everything else, it's no...
by wertigon
12 Jun 2007, 00:13
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: AFP support
Replies: 22
Views: 20323

Well, I'm not employed by Excito either, so I might be mistaken, But I think the short answer is because of all the time to develop said configuration scripts that has to be written. Long answer: The Debian repositories contain tens of thousands of packages; Bubba uses maybe a hundred of these. Each...
by wertigon
11 Jun 2007, 08:52
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: AFP support
Replies: 22
Views: 20323

As an Ubuntu/Debian user, I have to say your fears are greatly unfounded.

It's as simple as typing "apt-get install netatalk" on the command line, and might involve opening a text file or two with nano. (You vi users, hush, this is a newbie :P)

Anyhow, simply follow this howto. Enjoy!
by wertigon
11 Jun 2007, 08:24
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: Jabber (XMPP) server installed by default
Replies: 3
Views: 3737

msx: True, but it doesn't have to come *enabled* by default... The server itself takes up a few megs of disc space, and that's about it. Apt getting does work, but it's a bit cumbersome, and since the Jabber community recently have come up with quite a few things (Jingle, PEP to mention a few things...
by wertigon
10 Jun 2007, 12:55
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: Jabber (XMPP) server installed by default
Replies: 3
Views: 3737

Jabber (XMPP) server installed by default

Hi! First off, I must say I'm extremely interested in a Bubba server, and the ease of use makes me want to go buy it right now if it weren't for one nagging detail; It doesn't have a Jabber Server installed. If it could come with the latest and greatest versions of either OpenFire or ejabberd instal...