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  1. Self-hosted photo-management done right Lychee is a free photo-management tool, which runs on your server or web-space. Installing is a matter of seconds. Upload, manage and share photos like from a native application. Lychee comes with everything you need and all your photos are stored securely. https://lychee.electerious.com/ I would have posted some screenshots of the program in action, however they have a very neat web demo to play around with so why not give it a go. More info is available at the git.hub site. This includes some extra plugins and extensions and some useful information. Such as how to add a facility to take photos on your phone>send them to Dropbox >and then into your Lychee set up. https://github.com/electerious/Lychee Most of the information on the net mentions " MySQL" like this excellent guide to setting Lychee up on Raspberry Pi. http://www.pihomeserver.fr/en/2014/01/23/raspberry-pi-home-server-heberger-toutes-vos-photos/ For those of you that do not want to use MySQL you can use MariaDB as this guide on how to install Lychee on a Ubuntu VPS shows, https://www.rosehosting.com/blog/install-lychee-on-an-ubuntu-vps/ If you want to be at the cutting edge of tech then you will want to install Lychee in a Docker container, http://www.servermom.org/install-docker-ubuntu-server/ The feminists out there will have noticed that the above guide was written by a female. Girl power at the cutting edge of life. There is a Docker image that is recommended by the creators of Lychee available here, https://hub.docker.com/r/kdelfour/lychee-docker/ Here are a few comments by users of Lychee, https://www.g2crowd.com/products/lychee/reviews Lychee sounds like it may be a neat fit for me. So I will attempt to get an instance running in a Docker container on one of my Pi's. if I do so I will report back. Do not hold your breath. Oh and do not confuse Lychee with lychee,js. https://lychee.js.org/
  2. abarbarian

    Afgan penguins !!

    Rebuilding tech in Afghanistan with open source They use this software, https://www.univention.com/ Which to a layman like me seems pretty neat and decently priced. As I have never used it I can not say how it performs personally. I like this explanation they give about their interaction with Debian. ZiiK one of the organisations helping out the Afgans in a big way are German and have been helping and promoting open source to underdeveloped countries since 2000.
  3. Hi all. I have a friend who has an old SBS 2003 server that runs Exchange 2003. He's looking at replacing that system with a new server running Server 2012 Standard and Exchange 2013. I know there's no migration path from 2003 to 2013, but what I'm wondering is if there'd be an issue having Exchange 2013 up and running and functional in the current environment with SBS 2003? His domain is also a .local internally and because of the issue beginning in 2015 with SSL certs and internal domain names I'm going to use this new server as an opportunity to completely replace his existing internal domain, Active Directory, etc. So adding this new 2012 server to the existing domain, making it a DC w/DNS, etc. to more easily migrate over to using the new server isn't an option. Knowing all of this I'm wondering something. What would be the implications if I connected the new server to network, gave it a static IP, created a new domain in the same IP subnet as the existing domain, installed Exchange 2013, etc.? I believe I should do this on a separate subnet but am just wondering if it would really cause any issues? All the PC's are members of domain.local and I'd be creating domain.com. What do you all think? What issues do you see that would/could occur in this scenario?
  4. My 5 year old has discovered Minecraft (Super Lego on the computer) I have set up a vanilla minecraft server on my main desktop which eveyone in the house can connect to with the vanilla clients. Problem comes when I try to add mod support to the server/client software. There are not any really simple Linux instructions which work. Lots of Windows/Mac advice. I have downloaded the Minecraft Forge server software, it is all set up and runs fine. I need to add the fml (forge mod loader) software to the clients and that is what is failing. Here are the instructions included with the software needed for the client. I have opened the .jar files with Ark and added/deleted the files/folders. Fail I have extracted the archive, added the files/folders, and recompressed with jar command line tools. Fail After I do this the client load stops at the download complete step and does not proceed. Any ideas?
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