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[#] Thu Sep 26 2013 20:41:26 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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Is this it?

http://owncloud.org/

[#] Thu Sep 26 2013 22:08:18 EDT from Sig @ Uncensored

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Looks like it, yes.

[#] Thu Sep 26 2013 23:33:05 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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P. S. Micro$oft $ucks!



[#] Thu Sep 26 2013 23:32:32 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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I have been running it for about 6 months or so.  Seems fairly stable so far.  The thing I like is that you can get links to files from the web interface and post them to other systems (like wiki reference links), so you can keep your bulky files on one system and keep the wiki backup slim and trim :-)

There are a few UI bugs that I have found so far, but none of them show-stoppers, mostly annoying bits with alignment of buttons and clickable areas that should be easy to fix with css changes (but I am too lazy / busy to submit a patch).  It is pretty much a LAMP site (with PHP, and MySQL for the MP bits), and has an un-complicated install.  I like that fact coming from some slightly more complicated Ruby installs that try to do the same thing :-)

Have fun, and let me know if you do anything more interesting with it than I have done (file storage for internal company docs and sharing with select clients in different "folder" areas where we can limit access).



[#] Fri Sep 27 2013 07:36:18 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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ownCloud is basically just a WebDAV server with some nice UI wrapped around it for access by lots of different devices. I could see it useful in homes, small organizations, and other places where the humans have not yet evolved to the point where they can grok the extreme difficulty of that highly complex service called "a file server"

[#] Fri Sep 27 2013 15:24:42 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Fri Sep 27 2013 07:36:18 AM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored
ownCloud is basically just a WebDAV server with some nice UI wrapped around it for access by lots of different devices. I could see it useful in homes, small organizations, and other places where the humans have not yet evolved to the point where they can grok the extreme difficulty of that highly complex service called "a file server"

Or a file server shared with clients with giant Photoshop (ick) files.



[#] Mon Sep 30 2013 12:28:32 EDT from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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So, a combined bash/request for assistance:

 

Sys-admin friend of mine has put a dent in his forehead (and wall) trying to resolve an error experienced generating a certificate using SCUP 2011.

Error apparently reads:  "Publish: A fatal error occurred during publishing signature verification exception during publish, verify the WSUS certificates and the advanced timestamp setting are properly configured."

He has verified all noted above, tried updating (and even reinstalling) SCUP, not to mention double-checking process/entries, and hasn't found anything helpful in the forums.

 

Was hoping that maybe one of our resident geniuses might have seen this before and has some advice for resolving this issue (aside from the requisite "M$ sucks go to Linux")?

Thanks!



[#] Mon Sep 30 2013 13:50:37 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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maybe the computers clock is in the future?



[#] Mon Sep 30 2013 14:10:22 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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It's not "M$ sucks go to Linux" but rather "RTOOS" (Remove The Offending Operating System) and yes, that is the answer, even if the certificate will be used on a Micro$oft operating system.

Generate all keys and CSR's using OpenSSL. Save them offline. Best practice.

[#] Mon Sep 30 2013 15:16:02 EDT from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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Mon Sep 30 2013 02:10:22 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored
It's not "M$ sucks go to Linux" but rather "RTOOS" (Remove The Offending Operating System) and yes, that is the answer, even if the certificate will be used on a Micro$oft operating system.

Generate all keys and CSR's using OpenSSL. Save them offline. Best practice.

Sadly, he does not have that option (already proposed it and was denied), so he needs to somehow figure out how to resolve the error using SCUP. 

Any ideas?



[#] Mon Sep 30 2013 16:15:25 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I suppose the question "how may I use the wrong tool for the job" is to be expected in a Micro$oft room :)

[#] Mon Sep 30 2013 18:00:36 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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I thought using the wrong tool for the job is what made corporate America run so well.

[#] Mon Sep 30 2013 18:50:33 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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As mentioned, is the clock synchronized to the correct time? That's kind of important when getting a certificate.

Not sure what else to suggest.

[#] Tue Oct 01 2013 07:53:50 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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otherwise use cygwin / openssl.



[#] Tue Oct 01 2013 14:05:53 EDT from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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Mon Sep 30 2013 04:15:25 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored
I suppose the question "how may I use the wrong tool for the job" is to be expected in a Micro$oft room :)

Why do you think I posted it here instead of Workplace?  ;-)

 

Fleebs - thanks.  Yes, fully synchronized, sadly.

Bart, will re-suggest open ssl, but my understanding is that it got shut down already more than once.

 

Fubargarten M$......



[#] Thu Oct 03 2013 07:41:18 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Some people cannot be helped :)

[#] Tue Oct 08 2013 21:52:20 EDT from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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*laughs*

Ultimately, it was discovered that Adobe Updater had failed - and the way it failed completely b0rked SCUP.  Sad.



[#] Wed Oct 09 2013 07:55:17 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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The Adobe Updater probably failed because of over work. It uses more processing power than any of the Adobe
software.

[#] Wed Oct 09 2013 10:23:17 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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http://www.lhotka.net/weblog/DoesNETHaveAFuture.aspx

enjoy!

(most probably that blog is this fast, because of it was implemented in see-carpet by a senior developer *cough*)



[#] Wed Oct 09 2013 16:58:20 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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According to him, c++ became obsolete decades ago.

So, I guess I'm a dynosaur.

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