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Users / Re: Android galaxy s3 orbiter selection/suggested
« Last post by posde on July 14, 2014, 03:06:48 pm »
web orbiter only needs port 80 iirc. maybe additionaly the proxy orbiter port you defined, but I think 80 is enough.
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Users / Re: NAS - FreeNAS, LMCE or something else?
« Last post by posde on July 14, 2014, 03:05:54 pm »
What esperegu said. RAID is for keeping things running in case of hardware failure, rsync is for keeping you alife after you accidentily deleted all those once in a lifetime shots your wife took of you and your kids.
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Users / Re: NAS - FreeNAS, LMCE or something else?
« Last post by Esperanto on July 14, 2014, 02:16:16 pm »
RAID just spreads the content over multiple drives in such a way that if one drive (raid-z1) or two drives (raid-z2) fails it can still server the original content like nothing happened. Since it functions like a normal drive if you delete the contents it is gone. It is more a redundancy solution (more uptime) then a backup solution. It makes sure the service keeps running if something fails. You still prefer to have a backup though for cases like accidentally fucking up your data yourself, your house that burns down or somebody who has the insight he has a better use for your hardware....
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Installation issues / Re: NAS Detection/UpdateMedia
« Last post by pigdog on July 14, 2014, 02:11:35 pm »
Hi,

On 12.04 if you don't have client lanman setup in global parameters with username/password you can end up with symbolic link errors.

System security has been beefed up on 12.04

On 10.04 you can still be open on your NAS - no username/password required.

What type/make of NAS are you using?

Cheers
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Developers / Re: Popcorn Time
« Last post by Esperanto on July 14, 2014, 01:58:52 pm »
that be awesome. any progress yet?
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Users / Re: NAS - FreeNAS, LMCE or something else?
« Last post by purps on July 14, 2014, 11:30:45 am »
I've clearly not understood how RAID works. If you accidentally wipe or corrupt the source, will that not also happen to the copy? Why do you need both RAID and rsync?

I have often thought about a separate server for torrents/security camera/NAS etc, but I haven't really had the need yet, the core does it all!

FWIW I like the separate D-link NAS drives, and I believe they are quite hackable i.e. custom OSs and what not, should anyone want to go down that route.

Cheers,
Matt.
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Users / Android galaxy s3 orbiter selection/suggested
« Last post by cperk4 on July 14, 2014, 03:23:52 am »
What is the best orbiter for the galaxy s3?  i am liking the android web orbiter downloaded from the mce admin page but have yet to successfully connect to dce router from outside my network (from friends house or work)  any help? not sure if fire wall rules are correct
Protocol   IP version   Source Port   Destination Port   Destination IP   Rule Type   Limit to IP
udp           ipv4           2757                                                         core_input      
udp           ipv4           3450                                                         core_input   

not sure what other info to provide to make sure set up is correct.   
also how many generic proxy orbiters are there by default under orbiters via admin page?  i cant remember but i have 7 plus the Windows XP PC/tablet (Horiz) for my laptop
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Installation issues / Re: NAS Detection/UpdateMedia
« Last post by maverick0815 on July 13, 2014, 06:26:17 pm »
I got a NAS, which I used in a previous install with once-restructure (8.10). Now running 10.04 I wanted to reactivate the NAS, unchanged configuration, but it doesn't get detected. I modified smb.conf, restarted everything, but no change.
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Developers / Re: Developing a Weather Plugin, videos
« Last post by cfernandes on July 13, 2014, 06:12:34 pm »
HI Thom

for my test  i write  a php script  that grab info  from worldweatheronline

and the condicon  is changing  but other  values not !


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Users / Re: NAS - FreeNAS, LMCE or something else?
« Last post by Esperanto on July 12, 2014, 04:46:49 pm »
I have http://www.nas4free.org/ running with Raid Z2 and sporadically run a rsync to a drive I plug into the nas and then move to a remote location. I already had multiple drives failing (twice 2 simultaneously) therefor I am happy with a Z2 solution although resilvering takes a long time.
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