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[TXT]AMI_DBShow.patch2017-02-01 20:33 3.2K 
[   ]MBL_4.1.33.tar.bz22016-09-26 11:44 2.8M 
[TXT]README.html2017-10-10 19:06 3.4K 
[TXT]SmartHome-PHP.patch2016-01-30 15:01 2.8K 
[TXT]alexa_remote_control.sh2017-10-16 23:29 9.9K 
[TXT]changepassword_0.9.1.patch2011-08-11 15:48 1.2K 
[TXT]changepassword_0.9.2.patch2011-08-11 15:48 1.3K 
[TXT]cube.patch2017-10-16 14:17 1.7K 
[TXT]esound-0.2.41-pulseaudio-compat.patch2011-08-11 15:48 689  
[TXT]freetz-ser2net-modem.patch2011-08-11 15:48 1.9K 
[   ]openwrt_esound_src.tgz2012-12-31 16:46 1.7K 
[TXT]openwrt_libao.patch2012-12-31 16:29 1.1K 
[TXT]openwrt_shairport.patch2013-01-24 13:19 3.5K 
[   ]php5-pam_1.0.3-4_powerpc.deb2016-09-29 09:13 7.3K 
[   ]php5-proctitle_0.1.2-4_powerpc.deb2016-09-29 09:13 5.4K 
[   ]proftpd-mod-vroot_0.9.3-1_powerpc.deb2016-09-29 09:13 14K 
[TXT]spamassassin_3.3.patch2012-09-13 09:35 1.0K 
[TXT]sshguard_debian_init.patch2011-07-13 13:35 533  

# Some patches for software I use...
 * changepassword_0.9.x.patch
    ChangePassword is a CGI-script which allows users to change their passowrds
    via a Web Browser

    - fixed file ownership of /etc/shadow
    - in Debian the group is "shadow"

    - changed ENCRYPT_METHOD to SHA-512 which is supported since GLIBC-2.7
    - added salt to encryption

 * esound-0.2.41-pulseaudio-compat.patch
    this patch establishes Pulsaudio compatibility for EsounD 0.2.41
    - Pulseaudio creates a directory /tmp/.esd-
    - EsounD now also uses that directory
    - Use AUDIODEV environment variable to access as different user

 * freetz-ser2net-modem.patch
    this patch updates FREETZ with the following
    - update ser2net to version 2.7
    - include cdc-acm.ko Kernel Module (e.g. for a Nokia Mobile Phone)
    - update device creation lists for ttyACM[0|1]

 * openwrt_shairport.patch
    some init- and config scripts to auto-start shairport on OpenWRT
    - combined with openwrt_libao.patch below, allows for EsounD and
      Shairport running on the same device simultaneously - Shairport
      outputting its sound via EsounD
    - IPv4 only patch included
    - (the shairport package is maintained at:
	src-git jlars git://;master)

 * openwrt_libao.patch
    enables EsounD (esd) driver in LibAO for OpenWRT
    - provides a working /etc/libao.conf which redirects audio to a
      locally running EsounD server
    - this version depends on libaudiofile and esound
    - I found that using alsa DMIX for audio stream mixing does not go
      together with EsounD. Making EsounD the audio stream mixer puts
      slightly more load on the device, yet it yields much better
      audible results.

 * openwrt_esound_src.tgz
    EsounD package for OpenWRT
    - works on Attitude Adjustment
    - provides Makefile, init- and config-scripts
    - provides asound.conf for a USB sound card

 * spamassassin_3.3.patch
    tiny change - big difference; somehow SpamAssasin does not recognize
    locally sent mails (sasl_authenticated header set by Postfix) correctly.
    Adding the semicolon check works.
   (see also

 * SmartHome-PHP.patch
    Adds code to handle NotificationRequests to
    (based on latest commit fccde83)
    => All credit goes to

 * MBL_4.1.33.tar.bz2
    Kernel 4.1.33 for WD MyBook Live
    - contains the necessary /boot files (uImage, apollo3g.dtb, boot.scr)
    - contains kernel modules under /lib/modules
    - uses 16k page size, original WD data partition will NOT be mountable!!!

 * php5-pam_1.0.3-4_powerpc.deb
    Pre-requisite for OpenMediaVault

 * php5-proctitle_0.1.2-4_powerpc.deb
    Pre-requisite for OpenMediaVault

 * proftpd-mod-vroot_0.9.3-1_powerpc.deb
    Pre-requisite for OpenMediaVault

 * AMI_DBShow.patch
    Asterisk Manager Patch for creating the manager command DBShow
    - this allows for the manager to run with limited privileges
      as opposed to the command privilege, required when using
      the database show command via AMI 
    - tested on Asterisk 11

    Script to remote control Amazon Alexa Echo devices
    (see )