[App_rpt-users] GPIO fan control script now available
ke6pcv at cal-net.org
Mon Jan 30 12:59:18 EST 2012
Maybe I don't understand how things work as I am not a Linux power user by any means.
But can't documentation, information and scripts be posted on this website which was setup by the app_rpt creators?
After all, isn't this site kind of the unofficial "Official" site for support?
It would sure be nice to keep all this great information in one place.
Marshall - ke6pcv
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> [mailto:app_rpt-users-bounces at ohnosec.org] On Behalf Of Bryan D. Boyle
> Sent: Monday, January 30, 2012 9:09 AM
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> Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] GPIO fan control script now available
> On 1/30/12 11:50 AM, Jim Kehler wrote:
> > I'm new on the list as of last night. A couple of
> questions. Where do
> > you hide the scripts? And is it OK to post links on the list?
> Welcome to the collective. We're a pentium borg. You will be
> approximated...;) Seriously, hop on and enjoy the ride.
> Hide as in where it is on your system, or where we're all
> hiding the juicy stuff we've developed?
> The NJPAASTERISK group, of which I'm one of the operators,
> have standardized on a scripts directory in the /etc/asterisk
> hierarchy (well, most of us have anyway..) to make it easier
> to backup the configuration and shorten deployment cycle
> time. Others put them in /etc or /usr/sbin or ??? Guess it
> goes where you feel it should be.
> Just be consistent.
> That means that, when you write something, you're pretty sure
> of where it should reside, and makes it easier to find
> 'stuff' that's directly applicable to your operation. It
> also means that, if you glom on to a script or app that
> someone else has written, you have to do some editing to make
> it work (pretty much standard when using others' works...) in
> your operation.
> As to the latter question...well, that topic came up
> yesterday, with no resolution. I have a repository for my
> weather scripts that I hacked/wrote/modified at
> http://www.wb0yle.com/weather.htm, Kyle has some stuff on his
> site...I'm sure others will chime in (hint, hint...) if they
> have anything they'd like to make public...
> And, I don't think there is any blanket prohibition against
> posting links.
> In this world, you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant.
> Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant.
> You may quote me.
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