Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: June 22 2004,10:46
I have put together 2 more .dsl extensions..
Nessus remote security scanner.
" " " nessus.dsl
" " " nessus.dsl.lsm
" " " nessus.dsl.md5.txt
A small network tool, combine that with the nmap.dsl for
a useful network scanning package for DSL... only 900k for both
Edna MP3 server
" " " edna.dsl
" " " edna.dsl.lsm
" " " edna.dsl.md5.txt
I got the idea for making the Edna MP3 server after seeing roberts
post up the python package.. Edna uses python to run.
The apt-get python I used is somewhat different from roberts, so
for ease in use, I included the python files with this .dsl
If someone can post a solution to using roberts python install with the
Edna server, I will rewrite the Edna server without including the python files.
To use, after installing the edna.dsl, run by clicking on edna from mydsl menu.
To check, goto 127.0.0.1:8080 from any browser. You should see the
webpage, along with a short mp3 file in the 'jukebox' folder to test with.
click on the mp3, and set your "open with" to use /usr/bin/xmms.
Add mp3's to your server by placing them in /www/mp3
Any other computers in your network should be able to use it by
browsing to " the ip address of your computer running edna:8080"
Edit /usr/share/edna/edna.conf and change binding ip to serve
mp3's OUTSIDE your network ( careful )
I'd like to get some feedback BEFORE John posts them up in the
repository, especially with the Python issue and Edna,