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=What I use them for:=
=What I use them for:=

Revision as of 21:16, 18 August 2011



Linkstation HG 250

Operating System




Kuro HG 750

Operating System

Kuro HD 60

Operating System

Kuro Pro 1TB

Operating System

Kuro Pro 2TB

Operating System

What I use them for:

My Install

FreeLinkomatix - Convert the LinkStation into a Full-fledged Debian Linux Server

Install an Encrypted Filespace with EncFS

USB Palm OS Device as an LCD Display

S.M.A.R.T. hard drive monitoring

This little script generates a small bit of html showing a number of system stats

 tc=$(smartctl -a /dev/hda | grep 194 | colrm 1 87)
 tf=$(echo "scale=2;((9/5) * $tc) + 32" |bc)
 echo " Used   %  Share"
 echo "------ --- -----"
 df -h | grep /dev/hda | colrm 1 27 | colrm 6 11
 df -h| colrm  45 55 | grep /dev/s | grep -v tmpfs | colrm 1 27 | colrm 6 11
 echo "<table>"
 echo "<tr><td>Users:</td><td>"
 echo "</td></tr>"
 echo "<tr><td>Uptime:</td><td> "
 uptime \
  | awk '{
   # chops off "up" and everything before it:
   sub(/.*up[ ]+/,"",$0)
   # chops off ", # users" and everything after it:
   sub(/,[ ]+[0-9]+ user.*/,"",$0)
   # cleans up extra spaces, i think:
   # obvious enough, prints the results
 echo "</td></tr>"
 echo "<tr><td>Load:</td><td>"
 uptime | sed 's/^.*average: / /'
 echo "</td></tr><tr><td>Temp:</td><td>"
 echo $tf " F"
 echo "</td></tr> </table>"
 echo "<hr>"
 date | colrm 20 30"
 echo "<hr>"

Album - Photo gallery generator which has theme support

MarginalHacks/Album: A HTML photo album generator that supports themes. It takes directories of images and creates all the thumbnails and HTML that you need.

apt-get install album



  • Use wget to get and install this theme
  • To use a theme, download the theme .tar or .zip and unpack it.
mkdir /home/httpd/Themes/
cd /home/httpd/Themes/
wget http://marginalhacks.com/Hacks/album/Themes/Dominatrix6.tar.gz
tar -xvzf Dominatrix6.tar.gz
rm Dominatrix6.tar.gz
  • Full resolution images are usually too big for a web album, so we'll use medium images on the image pages:
  • Then call album with the -theme option, with or without -theme_path:
album -medium 33% -theme Dominatrix6 /home/httpd/test/Photos
album -medium 33% -theme Dominatrix6 -theme_path /home/httpd/Themes/ /home/httpd/test/Photos

Small and simple console-based bandwidth monitor

Bandwidth Monitor NG (bwm-ng) is a small and simple console-based live bandwidth monitor. Short list of features:

  • Supports /proc/net/dev, netstat, getifaddr, sysctl, kstat and libstatgrab
  • Unlimited number of interfaces supported
  • Interfaces are added or removed dynamically from list
  • White-/blacklist of interfaces
  • Output of KB/s, Kb/s, packets, errors, average, max and total sum
  • Output in curses, plain console, CSV or HTML
  • Configfile
wget http://www.gropp.org/bwm-ng/bwm-ng-0.5.tar.gz
tar bwm-ng-0.5.tar.gz
cd bwm-ng-0.5
make install
bwm-ng -T a -o html

Install raop-play for Airport Express

Raop-play is a music file player for the Apple Airport express, the main functionalities are as follows:

  • Make AEX become your 2'nd sound card device.
  • Discover Airport Express by Apple Rendezvous
  • Browse music files (Supported music file format: m4a(alac or aac), wav, mp3, ogg, flac, aac, pls, raw pcm)
  • Send selected files to the Airport Express
  • Play mp3 stream data (filename started with "http://")

Required Packages:

  • openssl library and header
  • fltk1.1.4 library and header
  • fluid (this comes with fltk1.1.4)
  • libglib-2.0 header only
  • libsamplerate library and header
  • libid3tag library and header

Get any required packages to take care of dependancies:

apt-get install libssl libssl-dev libfltk1.1-dev libfltk1.1c102 fluid libglib2.0-dev libsamplerate0 libsamplerate0-dev libid3tag0 libid3tag0-dev

Then get raop_play-0.5.1.tar.gz from here, compile, make, and install it:

tar -xvzf raop_play-0.5.1.tar.gz
cd raop_play-0.5.1  
make install


BashPodder is a podcast client written in bash. It is designed to be a simple, fast, and lightweight podcast client that always works. It is designed to conform to the KISS principal ("Keep it simple, stupid"). Various GUIs also exist for BashPodder.

wget http://linc.homeunix.org:8080/scripts/bashpodder/bashpodder.shell
wget http://linc.homeunix.org:8080/scripts/bashpodder/parse_enclosure.xsl
wget http://linc.homeunix.org:8080/scripts/bashpodder/bp.conf
chmod a+x bashpodder.shell

change bp.conf to included desired feeds.