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by Clive
19 Apr 2007, 13:39
Forum: Software releases
Topic: New firmware update 0.31.4
Replies: 32
Views: 52668

Hmm, looking at that sources.list it looks as if the Debian sources are not excluded from the update. As Tor mentioned, only the excito source should be active when updating from the web interface. Make sure that the first three lines in the sources.list begin with a # so they are ignored via the up...
by Clive
19 Apr 2007, 04:11
Forum: Software releases
Topic: New firmware update 0.31.4
Replies: 32
Views: 52668

You can check by logging into Bubba via SSH (or telnet) and then at the prompt typing -

cat /etc/apt/sources.list

However, if you weren't aware of this file then it's unlikely that it will have got itself changed from the original default.
by Clive
18 Apr 2007, 15:53
Forum: Software releases
Topic: New firmware update 0.31.4
Replies: 32
Views: 52668

Me too ! :D Back from work, switch on my Pinnacle Soundbridge and Mediatomb is streaming my music straight at it with no intervention - Top Job ! I prefer Mediatomb to Firefly as it allows me to browse the directory structure on Bubba from the Soundbridge rather than just showing the flat album list...
by Clive
18 Apr 2007, 15:29
Forum: Software releases
Topic: New firmware update 0.31.4
Replies: 32
Views: 52668

What can I do to get my Bubba to find the new update? It still can't find any updates! I have installed bubbalibre's "Tiny little hack" http://excito.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=113 and the TorrentFlux php-based interface http://excito.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=89 Can this interfere with the update f...
by Clive
18 Apr 2007, 15:24
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Power consumption
Replies: 10
Views: 9743

I briefly hooked up my multimeter to my Bubba when I first got it and measured the current into the back of the box. At that point it measured 13.7watts though this was only a snapshot five minutes after powering it up. Excito can give you more information but the power supply is rated at output @12...
by Clive
18 Apr 2007, 03:25
Forum: Software releases
Topic: New firmware update 0.31.4
Replies: 32
Views: 52668

Just updated, looks good ! However as I was using Bubbalibre's 'Tiny Little Hack' the new install did not seem to overwrite all the files in the /usr/share/web-admin and the interface looked strange (even after clearing my browsers cache). I then reloaded the 'Tiny Little Hack' and everything is now...
by Clive
16 Apr 2007, 03:01
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: understanding the power of bubba
Replies: 8
Views: 10798

I think this is much about load and most importantly how you use your mysql server. MySQL will easily eat all your memory if you have large databases and a lot of access to them. Mhm, lets see: I think about installing a Wiki (for mainly my own usage) and maybe a SyncML Server, an IMAP accounts, FT...
by Clive
12 Apr 2007, 05:23
Forum: Announcements
Topic: Review at www.linux.com
Replies: 6
Views: 10600

I agree with everything that review says ! I have had a large Suse server running as Web/Mail/Music server for the past couple of years and it always required constant tinkering to get it to work. Especially the mail side which always seemed to lose emails so that I couldn't trust it. Since buying B...
by Clive
04 Apr 2007, 04:24
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: HD temp question
Replies: 12
Views: 13836

Thanks for the information Johanne and putting my mind at rest !
by Clive
04 Apr 2007, 03:34
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: HD temp question
Replies: 12
Views: 13836

My HD temp is normally between 47-49C which does feel warm - http://www.cashaw.co.uk/phpsysinfo/index.php I have my Bubba stood vertically in a cool ventilated room (actually my closet) so perhaps all that is lacking is air-movement. When I get round to it I was going to investigate mounting it on a...
by Clive
01 Apr 2007, 17:10
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: Partioned HDD
Replies: 3
Views: 5865

Agreed ! It's a bit worrying that a minor mess up could lose me all my data. It would be better to have user files on a separate partition so that Bubba had it's own partition which it could re-format and re-install at will. Also (as mentioned on another thread) a non-destructive re-install image or...
by Clive
30 Mar 2007, 05:28
Forum: Bubba Server Feature requests
Topic: Spam filter for the Bubba mailserver?
Replies: 5
Views: 7566

Doesn't Bubba have some form of Spamfilter already included ? It already seems to reject a large amount of Spam based on Spam Cop Sites. eg. Mar 30 10:34:31 postfix/smtpd[11773]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from c-67-162-187-74.hsd1.mo.comcast.net[67.162.187.74]: 554 Service unavailable; Client host [67.1...
by Clive
30 Mar 2007, 03:46
Forum: Bubba Server Support
Topic: Continue seeding torrent
Replies: 29
Views: 24722

Yep, my web interface also crashed this morning whilst downloading torrents. I went in as root and restarted Apache and FTD /etc/init.d/apache2 restart /etc/init.d/ftd restart This worked fine but I had to restart the torrent downloads. I checked the messages, syslog and daemon.log but there was no ...
by Clive
29 Mar 2007, 02:46
Forum: My Bubba Server
Topic: How did you hear about Bubba?
Replies: 23
Views: 27076

Actually I found it indirectly from the Roku Soundbridge forums where people were discussing having 24/7 music servers and were recommending the Linksys Slug. I googled for suppliers in Sweden and somehow came up with the Bubba.
by Clive
27 Mar 2007, 08:02
Forum: My Bubba Server
Topic: controlling my Bubba via a mobile phone
Replies: 10
Views: 11442

I am not too sure what brand it is. I will check tonight, however it is one of those cheap blue ones they sell in Clas Ohlsson. It took a little bit of playing to get it working together with my Suse 10 box so I wasn't really expecting plug-and-play with Bubba. >>Edit - It's a "billionton" bluetooth...