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Why do we need to use dropbear when we could use the Mac OS sshd server?
 
Why do we need to use dropbear when we could use the Mac OS sshd server?
 
* doesn't really matter. I dislike OpenSSH, because of it's creators. - [[User:Mactijn|Mactijn]] 11:31, 14 April 2007 (CEST)
 
* doesn't really matter. I dislike OpenSSH, because of it's creators. - [[User:Mactijn|Mactijn]] 11:31, 14 April 2007 (CEST)
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ARRRGH!!! What size USB stick is necessary??? I am going to sift through all the documentation and instructions just to find out if I can use an old or cheapie usb stick, but I'm sure other newbies would like to know right away what kinda hardware is required. [[User:Cuvtixo|Cuvtixo]] 23:17, 23 April 2007 (CEST)
  
 
'''Note about the current XML format'''
 
'''Note about the current XML format'''

Revision as of 21:17, 23 April 2007

Question about Primary goals Why do we need to use dropbear when we could use the Mac OS sshd server?

  • doesn't really matter. I dislike OpenSSH, because of it's creators. - Mactijn 11:31, 14 April 2007 (CEST)

ARRRGH!!! What size USB stick is necessary??? I am going to sift through all the documentation and instructions just to find out if I can use an old or cheapie usb stick, but I'm sure other newbies would like to know right away what kinda hardware is required. Cuvtixo 23:17, 23 April 2007 (CEST)

Note about the current XML format Should we perhaps have a conflicts and requirements section in the XML? Its conceivable that some plugins may conflict with one another (e.g. use the same ports, or provide the same functionality), or some may require another component be installed (e.g. A plugin which installs a web-based media manager will require that apache be set up). I think it would make sense to have something along these lines. Perhaps:

<conflicts>
 <conflict>
  <shortname>mygreatnewfrappliance</shortname>
  <minversion>1.0v1</minversion>
  <maxversion>1.99</maxversion>
 </conflict>

 <conflict>
 ...
 </conflict>
</conflicts>

And a similar schema for requirements.