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News / Changes are a commin'!
« on: March 23, 2011, 07:55:44 PM »
I don't know about you, but I have been slammed with work. As much as I want to make some fun little website, I just don't have the time for it anymore. As I have been wanting to get back into the web development scene, I looked here first and saw a lot of stupid crap. Picture archive? Why? You have Google don't you? Anyways, I am working on some ideas for a site revamp to keep this place interesting. The changes will come as soon as I have time. Knowing myself as well as I do, these changes may take some time. However, if you wan to see changes soon, send me money.  ;)

News / Apparently people don't learn
« on: March 04, 2010, 07:29:52 PM »
I want to say I'm sorry for the HIGH amount of spam that has hit this forum in the last few days. I don't take spam lightly. If you spam I will ban your entire IP range! I simply won't tolerate it. I have changed the rules of obtaining membership. Now I must approve you. If I receive any posts that resemble spam I will report it to your ISP or the proper authorities. As stated before, I will not tolerate spam.

News / SSHT v1.3.1 is out
« on: February 10, 2010, 07:37:06 PM »
Several bug fixes, nothing else. The file is up on At the time of this writing I was unable to download (as a test obviously) the archive. If you want to download and sourceforge isn't working please let me know. Thanks, enjoy.

News / SSHT v1.3 Released Today!
« on: November 20, 2009, 10:30:52 PM »
I did it! I fixed the user problem... well assuming all Linux distros use the /etc/passwd file the same. Don't worry. I'm not stealing passwords. Those are in /etc/shadow. I simply check the passwd file to see where your home directory is and go from there. I also stream lined the code a bit. Nothing big. I hope to make some cool adjustments in the near future. We shall see what happens.

News / SSHT v1.2.3 is out!
« on: October 15, 2009, 06:57:32 PM »
Goto to download.

Note: This version fixes one bug and it can not be run as root. I'm kinda pissed off at SourceForge right now so I'm not going to go into depth on why or how I changed the program. If you need to run to run ssht as root please get version 1.2.2. If the version you download give you an error please let me know. I may start hosting the files myself. Thank you.

News / Still working on it
« on: May 28, 2009, 09:17:43 PM »
I'm still working on the new project... actually, I haven't written a line of code in like 2 months.  I got a few new books that I just can't seem to put down, and with starting school it's going to be hard to get anything done.

Also, I have found some problems with SSHT, I don't know if it's just my computer acting funny or what, but now I have a ton of duplicate ssht.conf files all over my hd and I had to change that file in my user's directory to owned by root to keep it from being overwritten.  Therefore, starting very soon (because it's an annoyance to me) I'm going to rewrite it so that every users .list and .conf files are started in /etc/ssht/  The directory will have to be created as globally writable, but each user will get their own file that only they can read and write to.  This way only you (assuming your using a box that has multiple users) can read and write those files (except for root of course).  There will also (once again, to help keep files from being changed by mistake) I will write in a bit of code to change your files from being changed by mistake and will only be changed when a change must be made (maybe even have a password be required... maybe).  I know this sounds complicated and I'm half asleep while writing this so I hope it makes sense.  I'm off to bed now, check back later for what I hope will be SSHT 2.0!

SSHT / Something weird with ssht v1.2.2
« on: May 05, 2009, 08:36:00 PM »
I just tried logging into my server and I got permission denied on my .conf file!  I checked it and all values had been set to default.  the interesting thing is that it still showed my password hint in the correct color.  On top of that I'm having issues running commands under expert mode now.  On top of that it (for some reason) wants to keep killing my .conf file and it rewrite the defaults!  It wasn't doing this earlier today, but I can't seem to find what's caused the problem!  Crap!

News / New Project under way
« on: January 08, 2009, 09:42:24 PM »
I have started a new project.  It's a web based application to keep track of your contacts (both personal and business) and well as anything you might loan to your friends (like a DVD).  It's going to take some time to write it because I'm trying to design it to function (somewhat) like this forum software.  Meaning you can use custom themes or even just edit the css for your own look.

There for, if you have an interest in this software and would like to help develop it, please post in this thread expressing your interest and skills.  I need people who can work with the following languages and or software:
Apache with SSL (the software MUST be able to work with and without SSL)

That's all I can think of right now.  One thing I have not planned very well for are picture uploads (pics must be renamed to something random so nothing gets overwritten), and storing CSS in MySQL so each user can custom it without having to run their own version...

That being said, I plan on purchasing a domain name for this where everyone in the world can use it for free or even download the source and run it on their own web server.

I'm starting to ramble so I'm hitting post.  ^_^

SSHT / Version 1.2 is out... make that Version 1.2.1!
« on: December 21, 2008, 05:17:09 PM »
I think the headline says it all.

News / SSHT v1.2 Released!... Make that Version 1.2.1!
« on: December 21, 2008, 05:13:03 PM »
I have finished coding and much testing for SSHT v1.2.  I hope you all like it, and hopefully I didn't miss anything.  If you have any problems please let me know.


EDIT:  I made a booboo, I have fixed the error and now you can download v1.2.1  ^_^

News / Please read before posting
« on: November 20, 2008, 05:23:00 PM »
I will NOT tolerate spam!  I have just banned a large list of IPs because of it.

I made a little error in my forum permissions and any user could post in the admin section.  Unfortunately my rss feed doesn't pull from that area so the spam went unnoticed for quite some time.

Let me reiterate! NO SPAM! I will delete your user, ban your IP and add you to me list of bad people.  That's all I have to say for now.

SSHT / Version 1.2 coming soon... for real this time
« on: October 29, 2008, 09:44:27 PM »
I've been working on SSHT v1.2, I've added one feature already, I also plan on adding quite a few more including an 'expert' mode!  Because of the changes that will be made there will be some changes made where as I will have to write an upgrade script for anyone using version 1.1 or older.  For example, for anyone who doesn't realize this, there is a file called ssht.conf (it's in a nice hidden directory on your user's root directory)  That's going to change to ssht.list, .conf will be for storing feature information, and a new one called expert.list.  Fun stuff huh.  I can't wait until I can get around to writing the entire damn thing in C++, it will be faster, easier, and only have 1 config file... I hope.  Well that's all for now.  Good Night!

Just an update, I'm working on the color codes and parser right now. Next will come an error catcher!  Then I'm going to check everything to help ensure that if you type in something wrong it will realize there is a problem... maybe, depends on how I feel.

SSHT / I found some small issues
« on: October 27, 2008, 10:34:53 PM »
Well I just found some small issues with version 1.1, I'm going to have them fixed in a few days and pump out v1.2.

After that I'm going to revamp how data is stored and parsed.  Recently I have been doing some very cool stuff with ssh, mainly port forwarding.  If you have ever looked at the ssht.conf file you will see that I use a : to separate data fields, this causes problems when I do something like, 'ssh daijoubukun@randomhost -L 3389:'  I'll explain how that works in my blog once I get it written into my all new version 2!  Plus I WILL create an upgrade script for those who already have data stored in 1.x.

Also, if possible I will write a fix that will help prevent you from having to manually edit your known_hosts file when a host changes their ssh keys.  It will display the old key and the new one and ask if you are absolutely sure that you still want to connect.  My software will then remove the old line from the known_hosts file and allow you to connect (unfortunately only after answering yes again for the ssh client).  I hope to better improve my bash skills as time goes by and I hope to rewrite everything in C or C++ so that it can answer some questions for you.  I'm sure that doesn't make a lot of sense to most, but if you know ssh I'm sure you know what I'm talking about.  So just keep your eyes peeled for v1.2 and then hopefully soon, v2.0!

« on: October 27, 2008, 05:51:12 PM »
Heh, well I made a boo-boo.  You see quite some time ago I reinstalled my mail server, well then lets just say I forgot to setup mail forwarding.  Now I can't send e-mails out from this forum!  As soon as I can find my manual (It's in a box somewhere, I hate moving) I will have it fixed.  I'm sure it will be fixed before anyone even signs up here, but I hope I'm wrong! Come on people! I want developers! Unless you don't want to be part of something awesome, then that's cool.

News / Call for Developers for new project
« on: September 10, 2008, 07:55:53 PM »
I'm looking for some people to join and help out with a HUGE project I'm taking up.  You don't need to be all that good, this will help you learn. I need people with experience in one or more of the following languages:
Picture manipulation/creation skills
and possibly Ajax

For testing purposes I ask that you have a server with PHP and MySQL running where you can do your own testing, if you do not have one available I can help you with that.  ALL live testing will NOT be performed on my server, but on an old laptop where I can (and will) provide you with SSH/SFTP access if necessary.

I also ask that you (preferably) have Linux experience or for that matter know how to use SSH/SFTP.

That's all I can think of for now.  If you are interested or have any questions please post a reply here. Thank you.

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