[PC-BSD Dev] 4th quarter ideas

Ken Moore ken at pcbsd.org
Mon Jul 14 11:58:28 PDT 2014


That happens to me all the time, probably something with my Firefox 
preferences.
If I remember to click the "Remember my login on this browser" button 
before logging in it works fine.

On 07/14/2014 14:55, Joe Maloney wrote:
> It act's like it has never signed me in.  So I can't even change my 
> preferences.  I've tried a couple of different browsers already.  I've 
> ran into this before but I can't remember how I fixed to be able to 
> sign in and edit again.  I know the credentials should be right 
> because if I type the password or username wrong it tells me.  I'll 
> see if I can try some more later tonight, and figure it out.
>
> Joe Maloney
>
>
> On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 1:44 PM, Ken Moore <ken at pcbsd.org 
> <mailto:ken at pcbsd.org>> wrote:
>
>     I had a similar issue recently, and it was fixed when I switched
>     to the "vector" wiki skin in my account preferences. Perhaps the
>     same fix will work for you.
>
>
>     On 07/14/2014 14:40, Joe Maloney wrote:
>>     Cool.  Thanks Kris.  I have a wiki account malco2001.  I can log
>>     in but for some reason I'm not able to edit that page.  I've been
>>     able to use it for editing AppCafe details for Gnome3.  Am I
>>     missing something?
>>
>>     Joe Maloney
>>
>>
>>     On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 11:49 AM, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.org
>>     <mailto:kris at pcbsd.org>> wrote:
>>
>>
>>         This is very cool! I know I would use it as well.
>>
>>         One thing I ask, could you add this to the TODO wiki, so that
>>         others know its coming?
>>
>>         http://wiki.pcbsd.org/index.php/PC-BSD%C2%AE_TODO/10.1
>>
>>
>>
>>         On 07/12/2014 19:22, Joe Maloney wrote:
>>>         Thanks for the support Sam. Here is an initial version of
>>>         what I was thinking it would look like.
>>>
>>>         http://www.pkgdemon.com/downloads/pc-nfsmanager.png
>>>
>>>         It's heavily lifted from the advanced view of pc-usermanager
>>>         as far as the arrangement.  However it's all new project
>>>         files.  How it would work is basically a user would click
>>>         pc-controlpanel, click nfs manager, and then authenticate. 
>>>         After this type they would type required info, click add. 
>>>         This would add an entry fstab, create the directory if that
>>>         box was checked, mount, then the window should refresh
>>>         showing only the filtered nfs mount points from fstab.  The
>>>         only thing not shown will be an option when clicking remove
>>>         that will simply ask if it should remove the directory when
>>>         removing the mount point.
>>>
>>>         I've thought about adding a server side component as well.
>>>         However I think that might be redundant with pc-zmanager
>>>         already having a flag to share a dataset via NFS.  So I'm
>>>         not sure on that yet.  Another idea I was thinking about was
>>>         maybe adding a browse box for the local filesystem path
>>>         after the initial stuff is functional.  If anyone has any
>>>         thoughts or ideas so for let me know.  I know there was some
>>>         talk earlier of a uniform layout earlier on the list so I'll
>>>         try to dig up that email and go over it to make sure this
>>>         complies with that.
>>>
>>>         Joe Maloney
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>         On Fri, Jul 11, 2014 at 7:38 PM, Sam Fourman Jr.
>>>         <sfourman at gmail.com <mailto:sfourman at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>
>>>             Sam Fourman Jr.
>>>
>>>
>>>             On Jul 11, 2014 7:33 PM, "Joe Maloney"
>>>             <jmaloney at pcbsd.org <mailto:jmaloney at pcbsd.org>> wrote:
>>>             >
>>>             > This quarter I hope to spend some time building an NFS
>>>             manager for the control panel. I'm not sure how many
>>>             others might use NFS or popular as a whole it might be
>>>             these days.  I'm just somewhat inspired but the ease of
>>>             setting up NFS in FreeNAS and would like to see
>>>             something just as easy for PCBSD on the client side for
>>>             those who don't use mount, umount, and mkdir often.  I
>>>             think I can handle this one without asking a 1000 QT
>>>             questions as it seems like a simple task and I'm under
>>>             no time constraints.
>>>             >
>>>             > Lots of more ideas but only so much time.  So I'm
>>>             going to try to just shoot for at least to commit at
>>>             least 1 idea per quarter.
>>>             >
>>>             > Joe Maloney
>>>             >
>>>             >
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>>>             I would use it, I think this tool is needed. 
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>
>>         -- 
>>         Kris Moore
>>         PC-BSD Software
>>         iXsystems
>>
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