KEEP UP-TO-DATE with all the Fog 0.33 updates
To quote VincentJ in a post:
[quote=“VincentJ, post: 25025, member: 8935”]Remember people that if you want the latest, get on the BTsync :) You could have changes within 20-30 seconds of them being made.
Fog Read only Secret: BAU3NUY3XTKVMHHEZO6C7OH55AN2PCGJV
Kernels Read only Secret: B7AGQ6JVIP4MF5LCRL3XURQBYC53UIS25
Go to location that you want your fog install: [CODE]cd /home/<USERNAME>[/CODE]
Download Fog/Unzip it:: [CODE]wget --no-check-certificate http://mastacontrola.com/fog_0.33b.tar.bz2
tar -xjf fog_0.33b.tar.bz2[/CODE]
tar xzpf btsync_i386.tar.gz (I have downloaded 32 bit. So check your version)
Open a webpage: <IP Address>:8888
Path: [SIZE=14px][FONT=Helvetica Neue][COLOR=#333333]/home/fog/opt/fog_0.33b[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]
Path: [SIZE=14px][FONT=Helvetica Neue][COLOR=#333333]/home/fog/opt/Kernals[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]
[SIZE=14px][FONT=Helvetica Neue][COLOR=#333333]Then Any time you see an update. Open up your terminal:[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]
[FONT=Helvetica Neue][COLOR=#333333][SIZE=14px]And you are updated quite quickly![/SIZE][/COLOR][/FONT]
btsync Secret for read only access is: B7AGQ6JVIP4MF5LCRL3XURQBYC53UIS25
I can, give me a few moments.
Tom, did you setup a new BTSync yet for the kernels? (So I can get my hosts on it)
You can upgrade from 0.32 to 0.33, just realize there are some things that need to be looked at first.
Look on the wiki page on what’s needed to happen if performing Upgrade.
dOR1n last edited by
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I’ll create another folder/secret for kernels just so they’re always up to date, but I was thinking more of a repository
What about adding the Kernels to the original BTSync?
I meant (btsync) if you created a new secret and added your Kernels Folder then we can use the same process to replicate the kernels around.
But I can offer up some dropbox space or whatever you think would be helpful.
If you can make a web link, I can give the php script to you that reads the kernels and sorts/lists, generates the links we need. Then just update the link in the Kernel_update function.
Tom would you want to set something like this up for the Kernals? I would be willing to share the bandwidth!
Bill Arlofski last edited by
If you run BTSync then it all works itself and if you have the best internet connection chances are you will end up seeding to the most clients.
waa last edited by
If you guys can give some estimate of bandwidth needs, and they are reasonable, I’d like to offer our server to mirror the FOG project. Main project, snap-ins, custom kernels… Currently we are a mirror site for the m0n0wall firewall project, so it would not be a stretch to help out FOG.
I’m glad more people are using this as i originally suggested using it :)
The more people that load BTSync the faster changes will replicate out and the less of Tom’s bandwidth we need to use.
Mods could you peg this to keep it on top of some other things. I believe many others will use this.