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Date d'inscription : 25/05/2010
|Sujet: Amahi server 6 - le home serveur sous Fedora 14 Ven 2 Sep - 13:05|| |
Copy-pasta des liens, la flemme d'éditer au propre.
Since I approached this with zero experience of Linux, I think you can too!
Part 1 (Introduction) http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/set-home-server-amahi/
Part 2 (Adding drives) http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/amahi-home-server-tutorial-2-adding-drive-server-linux/
Part 3 (File duplication and app store) http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/amahi-home-server-setting-file-duplications-exploring-app-store/http://wiki.amahi.org/index.php/Main_Page
- Citation :
- Main Page
Welcome to the Amahi Wiki
CURRENT STABLE RELEASE: Amahi 6.1, on Fedora 14
NOTE: Fedora 15 WILL NOT be supported with Amahi.
This is where Amahi community members can best help other Amahi users. Please add or edit any information in the Wiki that you feel is lacking, missing, or need improvement.
See Installation instructions in your control panel at amahi.org
Self-install: Alternative, unsupported installation instructions
Amahi on a VM: Installing Amahi in a Virtual Machine
Express CD: Headless all-in-one Install
First you can take a look at the Popular Pages to see if your topic of interest is there. Otherwise find the major topics below in groups.
Storage and file sharing - How to store your music, pictures, movies and other files and share them with the rest of the devices in your network.
Accessing files from:
Mac OS X
Other Linux Systems
Networking - Using your HDA to manage your home network
Networking - Static IPs: How to assign static IPs to your network devices.
Punching DNS Holes: How to assign IP addresses outside of your network for your home domain.
Access HDA over SSL: How to make your HDA default to HTTPS for secure LAN logins.
Access Web Apps over SSL: How to make your web apps default to HTTPS for secure LAN access.
Password Protect Web Apps: How to password protect access to web apps.
Remote Access - Accessing your HDA from anywhere on the network
Accessing your HDA remotely from:
VPN: outside your network.
VNC: inside your network (e.g. if your HDA is "headless").
FreeNX: Accessing your HDA with FreeNX
SSH based access to your HDA: Key-Based SSH Logins
Apps Directory: These are the help pages for some of the apps in the Apps Gallery
Adding an HDA networked printer: Guide to set up print server on your HDA.
Backups: Guides on backup and restore: Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, Ubuntu Linux, and MacOSX.
Adding a second hard drive to your HDA: How to add a additional hard drives.
Greyhole: Add drive pooling to your HDA (ie Turn multiple drives into one!)
RAID guides for RAID 1 and RAID 5
Add DropBox service: Allows a HDA DropBox share folder to automatically synchronize with a DropBox account.
Automatic Database Backup: Automatically have your HDA database backed up daily.
Enable Outgoing Mail: Use your ISP to send mail from your HDA.
Monitor System Logs via E-mail: Sends logs to designated e-mail address daily.
Send Outgoing Emails via Gmail: Use your Gmail account to send mail from your HDA.
Disk Error Alerts: Monitor disk drive wellness and receive email alerts if errors are detected.
Greyhole Log via Web Browser: Monitor the Greyhole via your browser.
For a more detailed list refer to the Apps Directory
Remote File Management using AjaxPlorer
Calendars: How to use the calendar server in the HDA, including Outlook and iCal sync.
Dashboard: Using the amahi Dashboard
Getting "Under the Hood"
How to Create a new Theme
Linux/HDA Commands: Common used command for linux and HDA.
Making your own web apps: how to make your own web apps, with your code or other's code
Hosting your own web site: how to host your own web site on the web from your Amahi home server
Changing your DNS provider
Use two HDAs on same network
(pas besoin de payer la plupart du temps, c'est un simple Fedora, vous pouvez le faire a la main)
Ajaxterm is a web based terminal. It was totally inspired and works almost exactly like http://anyterm.org/
phpMyAdmin is a free software tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the web
Transmission is a fast, easy, and free multi-platform BitTorrent client.
Ampache is a web based audio/video streaming application and file manager allowing you to access your music and videos from anywhere, using almost any internet enabled device.
Jinzora is a web based media streaming and management system, written in PHP
Sync server for Firefox Sync allows you to sync all your Mozilla Firefox bookmarks, passwords, open tabs and history to your Amahi HDA using Mozilla's Firefox Sync add-on.
identique a la version online, mais hébergé sur votre serveur
Amahi DLNA Server is a media server. It's the Amahi port of the great MiniDLNA (aka ReadyDLNA), which is a media server with the aim of being fully compliant with DLNA/UPnP-AV clients
MediaWiki is a free software wiki package originally written for Wikipedia
eXtplorer is a web-based File Manager
Open source web based photo album organizer.