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PirateBox chat app standalone?

From:
James Lewis
Date:
2015-10-14 @ 16:07
Hey Offliners,

I'm looking to run the PirateBox chat app as a standalone app, without any
of the rest of the PirateBox stuff.

I've been browsing around links from here
https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts_Webserver but can't see
if anyone's done this, or an easy way to extract just the 'web app' part of
the code.

Has this been done? Does the code exist outside of the rest of the
piratebox project somewhere?

If not, please could someone direct me to the bits of code that do this,
and I'll pull it out as a separate project.

Cheers :)

James

Re: [off.networks] PirateBox chat app standalone?

From:
Matthias Strubel
Date:
2015-10-14 @ 16:20
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Hey James,
I'm wondering why you don't post your question in the PirateBox Forum 
http://forum.piratebox.cc/list.php?15 , Joschi70 is the developer and 
tries to answer the question as good as he can (in terms of time).

So you want to run _only_ the webpage with the chat , no down or upload 
feature - correct?

As the Android stuff runs Java, you can't use the 
PirateBoxScripts_Webserver as a source, only for HTML files.
Jochen wrote something for himself- you find the source-code here: 
https://github.com/joschi70/AndroidPirateBox

I just found, that the links is not on our webpage, I'll add it in a 
couple of minutes.

Hope that helps,
best regards
Matthias

On 10/14/2015 06:07 PM, James Lewis wrote:
> Hey Offliners,
> 
> I'm looking to run the PirateBox chat app as a standalone app, without 
any of the rest of the PirateBox stuff. 
> 
> I've been browsing around links from here 
https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts_Webserver but can't see 
if anyone's done this, or an easy way to extract just the 'web app' part 
of the code.
> 
> Has this been done? Does the code exist outside of the rest of the 
piratebox project somewhere?
> 
> If not, please could someone direct me to the bits of code that do this,
and I'll pull it out as a separate project.
> 
> Cheers :)
> 
> James

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Re: [off.networks] PirateBox chat app standalone?

From:
Date:
2015-10-14 @ 17:27
Do you look for this one?

https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts/blob/master/piratebox/piratebox/chat/pirateboxchat
start.py

Once forest was used. It is a stand alone python script which starts an 
webserver on port 8002
you can embed it in to another website or use standalone. It just needs 
python an use flatfiles.

original: http://www.triv.org.uk/~nelis/forest/ 

the upload part is based on droopy. http://stackp.online.fr/?p=28

kareha is also an option: http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/web/wakaba_kareha

have fun.

Pascal


14. Oktober 2015 18:07 Uhr, "James Lewis" <lewis.james@gmail.com> schrieb:
> Hey Offliners,
> 
> I'm looking to run the PirateBox chat app as a standalone app, without 
any of the rest of the
> PirateBox stuff. 
> 
> I've been browsing around links from here
> https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts_Webserver but can't 
see if anyone's done this, or
> an easy way to extract just the 'web app' part of the code.
> 
> Has this been done? Does the code exist outside of the rest of the 
piratebox project somewhere?
> 
> If not, please could someone direct me to the bits of code that do this,
and I'll pull it out as a
> separate project.
> 
> Cheers :)
> 
> James

Re: [off.networks] PirateBox chat app standalone?

From:
Matthias Strubel
Date:
2015-10-14 @ 17:56
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Hi Pascal,
thanks for that addition. Good fiding, it totally forgot about that old 
python-chat process.

The different processes on the ports was combined using HTML-iframes.

While directory listing, chat and upload feature Python based is, kareha is Perl.

I'm still not sure, if that will help James. I understand his email more 
like "I want a stand alone Android App for chatting". 

best regards
Matthias 

On 10/14/2015 07:27 PM, heynmoeller@gmx.net wrote:
> Do you look for this one?
> 
https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts/blob/master/piratebox/piratebox/chat/pirateboxchat
> start.py
> 
> Once forest was used. It is a stand alone python script which starts an 
webserver on port 8002
> you can embed it in to another website or use standalone. It just needs 
python an use flatfiles.
> 
> original: http://www.triv.org.uk/~nelis/forest/ 
> 
> the upload part is based on droopy. http://stackp.online.fr/?p=28
> 
> kareha is also an option: http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/web/wakaba_kareha
> 
> have fun.
> 
> Pascal
> 
> 
> 14. Oktober 2015 18:07 Uhr, "James Lewis" <lewis.james@gmail.com> schrieb:
>> Hey Offliners,
>>
>> I'm looking to run the PirateBox chat app as a standalone app, without 
any of the rest of the
>> PirateBox stuff. 
>>
>> I've been browsing around links from here
>> https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts_Webserver but can't 
see if anyone's done this, or
>> an easy way to extract just the 'web app' part of the code.
>>
>> Has this been done? Does the code exist outside of the rest of the 
piratebox project somewhere?
>>
>> If not, please could someone direct me to the bits of code that do 
this, and I'll pull it out as a
>> separate project.
>>
>> Cheers :)
>>
>> James

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Re: [off.networks] PirateBox chat app standalone?

From:
James Lewis
Date:
2015-10-14 @ 18:18
Thanks all for responses - I found what I needed. I wanted to replicate the
Piratebox page chat and also the upload feature (I assumed they were
running from the same server process/code, but now see they're not), and I
wanted to do this without all the rest of the Piratebox features to do with
network config, reliance on 'piratebox.lan' hostname, etc. etc.

(Sorry for confusing use of word 'app', i meant web application, not phone
app)

I found the 3 python server scripts for droopy, chat and the simple file
server so all good, thanks :)

I hacked around to do what I want, but is there a neater way of installing
just these components to work 'standalone' on an internet-connected server?
the init.d seems to have them all grouped together with the network stuff.

James













On Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 8:56 PM, Matthias Strubel <
Matthias.Strubel@aod-rpg.de> wrote:

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>
> Hi Pascal,
> thanks for that addition. Good fiding, it totally forgot about that old
> python-chat process.
>
> The different processes on the ports was combined using HTML-iframes.
>
> While directory listing, chat and upload feature Python based is, kareha
> is Perl.
>
> I'm still not sure, if that will help James. I understand his email more
> like "I want a stand alone Android App for chatting".
>
> best regards
> Matthias
>
> On 10/14/2015 07:27 PM, heynmoeller@gmx.net wrote:
> > Do you look for this one?
> >
> 
https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts/blob/master/piratebox/piratebox/chat/pirateboxchat
> > start.py
> >
> > Once forest was used. It is a stand alone python script which starts an
> webserver on port 8002
> > you can embed it in to another website or use standalone. It just needs
> python an use flatfiles.
> >
> > original: http://www.triv.org.uk/~nelis/forest/
> >
> > the upload part is based on droopy. http://stackp.online.fr/?p=28
> >
> > kareha is also an option: http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/web/wakaba_kareha
> >
> > have fun.
> >
> > Pascal
> >
> >
> > 14. Oktober 2015 18:07 Uhr, "James Lewis" <lewis.james@gmail.com>
> schrieb:
> >> Hey Offliners,
> >>
> >> I'm looking to run the PirateBox chat app as a standalone app, without
> any of the rest of the
> >> PirateBox stuff.
> >>
> >> I've been browsing around links from here
> >> https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts_Webserver but can't
> see if anyone's done this, or
> >> an easy way to extract just the 'web app' part of the code.
> >>
> >> Has this been done? Does the code exist outside of the rest of the
> piratebox project somewhere?
> >>
> >> If not, please could someone direct me to the bits of code that do
> this, and I'll pull it out as a
> >> separate project.
> >>
> >> Cheers :)
> >>
> >> James
>
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Re: [off.networks] PirateBox chat app standalone?

From:
Matthias Strubel
Date:
2015-10-14 @ 18:51
Hi James,

if you need a webserver for chatting and uploading... you can still use 
the old PirateBox package. There - and in the new one- you can disable all
network & wifi configuration. You find these things in 
/opt/piratebox/conf/piratebox.conf

PirateBox also delivers, in the very old python version and in the newer 
version, a working init-file. I think, on the latest debian it should work
as well, because there is still a compatibility with old init-stuff.

The newest PirateBox version, 
http://downloads.piratebox.de/piratebox-ws_current.tar.gz , works together
with lighttpd, a normal webserver. It is much easier to customize then the
old stuff.. well and we have all this kind of iOS & Android fake-internet 
detection you don't need ;)
Technically, you can also take the content of the www package and run it 
on a normal webserver.

Droopy can easily started during startup with adding this to /etc/rc.local
or creating a custom systemd.server file:

I made this for another project

#!/bin/sh
WORK_FOLDER="/mnt/reshare/share"
PORT=50000
USER="www-data"
screen -dmS droopy  sudo -u $USER  python2 /reshare/bin/droopy \
	-d "$WORK_FOLDER" -m "Hello World!"\
	   $PORT

This example uses screen and starts droopy in the background. Uploaded 
files are placed to /mnt/reshare/share
The droopy executable is in /reshare/bin/droopy and the process is started
as www-data , which is the user my webserver runs with. So it is ensured, 
that the webserver can read the uploaded data.

Just a few more information that hopefully confuses more then help ;) ;)

best regards
Matthias



On 10/14/2015 08:18 PM, James Lewis wrote:
> Thanks all for responses - I found what I needed. I wanted to replicate 
the Piratebox page chat and also the upload feature (I assumed they were 
running from the same server process/code, but now see they're not), and I
wanted to do this without all the rest of the Piratebox features to do 
with network config, reliance on 'piratebox.lan' hostname, etc. etc.
> 
> (Sorry for confusing use of word 'app', i meant web application, not phone app)
> 
> I found the 3 python server scripts for droopy, chat and the simple file
server so all good, thanks :)
> 
> I hacked around to do what I want, but is there a neater way of 
installing just these components to work 'standalone' on an 
internet-connected server? the init.d seems to have them all grouped 
together with the network stuff.
> 
> James
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 8:56 PM, Matthias Strubel 
<Matthias.Strubel@aod-rpg.de <mailto:Matthias.Strubel@aod-rpg.de>> wrote:
> 
> Hi Pascal,
> thanks for that addition. Good fiding, it totally forgot about that old 
python-chat process.
> 
> The different processes on the ports was combined using HTML-iframes.
> 
> While directory listing, chat and upload feature Python based is, kareha
is Perl.
> 
> I'm still not sure, if that will help James. I understand his email more
like "I want a stand alone Android App for chatting".
> 
> best regards
> Matthias
> 
> On 10/14/2015 07:27 PM, heynmoeller@gmx.net <mailto:heynmoeller@gmx.net> wrote:
>> Do you look for this one?
>> 
https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts/blob/master/piratebox/piratebox/chat/pirateboxchat
>> start.py
> 
>> Once forest was used. It is a stand alone python script which starts an
webserver on port 8002
>> you can embed it in to another website or use standalone. It just needs
python an use flatfiles.
> 
>> original: http://www.triv.org.uk/~nelis/forest/
> 
>> the upload part is based on droopy. http://stackp.online.fr/?p=28
> 
>> kareha is also an option: http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/web/wakaba_kareha
> 
>> have fun.
> 
>> Pascal
> 
> 
>> 14. Oktober 2015 18:07 Uhr, "James Lewis" <lewis.james@gmail.com 
<mailto:lewis.james@gmail.com>> schrieb:
>>> Hey Offliners,
>>>
>>> I'm looking to run the PirateBox chat app as a standalone app, without
any of the rest of the
>>> PirateBox stuff.
>>>
>>> I've been browsing around links from here
>>> https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts_Webserver but can't 
see if anyone's done this, or
>>> an easy way to extract just the 'web app' part of the code.
>>>
>>> Has this been done? Does the code exist outside of the rest of the 
piratebox project somewhere?
>>>
>>> If not, please could someone direct me to the bits of code that do 
this, and I'll pull it out as a
>>> separate project.
>>>
>>> Cheers :)
>>>
>>> James
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> -- 
> ------------
> What's important to you? Is that what you're doing? - 
http://imgur.com/r/comics/V6KoHbF

Re: [off.networks] PirateBox chat app standalone?

From:
Bezdomny
Date:
2015-10-14 @ 18:58
Matthias, I've heard about this, is it true that ios 9 and new android 
won't work with offline networks? Wtf?

Sent from my iPhone

> On Oct 14, 2015, at 20:51, Matthias Strubel <Matthias.Strubel@aod-rpg.de> wrote:
> 
> all this kind of iOS & Android fake-internet detection

Re: [off.networks] PirateBox chat app standalone?

From:
Date:
2015-10-14 @ 20:17
Hey James Lewis,

I'm starting droopy at Debian 8 with an systemd unit file, the chat 
scripts e.g forest or
pyshouout are just cgi-scripts used by an webserver (Apache2.4 in my case).

______________________________________________________________________
in /etc/systemd/system/droopy.service
[Unit]
Description=Droopy Service
After=network.target

[Service]
Type=oneshot
User=droopy
EnvironmentFile=/etc/droopy.conf
ExecStart=/usr/bin/droopy $PICTURE $DIRECTORY $PORT

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target
______________________________________________________________________
in /etc/droopy.conf
MESSAGE="--message=/"Mein digitaler Briefkasten zum Dateien Hochladen/""
PICTURE="-p /srv/downloads/droopy/droopy.jpg"
DIRECTORY="-d /srv/downloads/droopy/uploads"
PORT=8000
______________________________________________________________________

This works for me

I've never got kareha up runing. Needed just a few Minutes downloading, 
extracting, installing
PyShouBox or forest!

LibraryBox http://librarybox.us/is also nice! Have a look for _h5ai an 
html5 Apache Indexer just
needs php5. With JS based Browser Preview. https://larsjung.de/h5ai

Found most of the stuff at the homepage of our french friends at 
http://bibliobox.net

have fun

Pascal


14. Oktober 2015 20:19 Uhr, "James Lewis" <lewis.james@gmail.com> schrieb:
> Thanks all for responses - I found what I needed. I wanted to replicate 
the Piratebox page chat
and
> also the upload feature (I assumed they were running from the same 
server process/code, but now
see
> they're not), and I wanted to do this without all the rest of the 
Piratebox features to do with
> network config, reliance on 'piratebox.lan' hostname, etc. etc.
> 
> (Sorry for confusing use of word 'app', i meant web application, not phone app)
> 
> I found the 3 python server scripts for droopy, chat and the simple file
server so all good,
thanks
> :)
> 
> I hacked around to do what I want, but is there a neater way of 
installing just these components
to
> work 'standalone' on an internet-connected server? the init.d seems to 
have them all grouped
> together with the network stuff.
> 
> James
> 
> iv>
> 
> On Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 8:56 PM, Matthias Strubel 
<Matthias.Strubel@aod-rpg.de> wrote:
> 
>> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
>> Hash: SHA1
>> 
>> Hi Pascal,
>> thanks for that addition. Good fiding, it totally forgot about that old
python-chat process.
>> 
>> The different processes on the ports was combined using HTML-iframes.
>> 
>> While directory listing, chat and upload feature Python based is, 
kareha is Perl.
>> 
>> I'm still not sure, if that will help James. I understand his email 
more like "I want a stand
alone
>> Android App for chatting".
>> 
>> best regards
>> Matthias
>> On 10/14/2015 07:27 PM, heynmoeller@gmx.net wrote:
>>> Do you look for this one?
>>> 
>>

https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts/blob/master/piratebox/piratebox/chat/pirateboxchat
>>> start.py
>>> 
>>> Once forest was used. It is a stand alone python script which starts 
an webserver on port 8002
>>> you can embed it in to another website or use standalone. It just 
needs python an use
flatfiles.
>>> 
>>> original: http://www.triv.org.uk/~nelis/forest
>>> 
>>> the upload part is based on droopy. http://stackp.online.fr/?p=28
>>> 
>>> kareha is also an option: http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/web/wakaba_kareha
>>> 
>>> have fun.
>>> 
>>> Pascal
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 14. Oktober 2015 18:07 Uhr, "James Lewis" <lewis.james@gmail.com> schrieb:
>>>> Hey Offliners,
>>>> 
>>>> I'm looking to run the PirateBox chat app as a standalone app, 
without any of the rest of the
>>>> PirateBox stuff.
>>>> 
>>>> I've been browsing around links from here
>>>> https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts_Webserver but can't
see if anyone's done
this,
>> or
>>>> an easy way to extract just the 'web app' part of the code.
>>>> 
>>>> Has this been done? Does the code exist outside of the rest of the 
piratebox project
somewhere?
>>>> 
>>>> If not, please could someone direct me to the bits of code that do 
this, and I'll pull it out
as
>> a
>>>> separate project.
>>>> 
>>>> Cheers :)
>>>> 
>>>> James
>> 
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> What's important to you? Is that what you're doing? - 
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Re: [off.networks] PirateBox chat app standalone?

From:
James Lewis
Date:
2015-10-14 @ 21:57
If anyone is interested, chat and file upload scripts from piratebox pulled
out to standalone scripts here:

https://github.com/mozboz/pirate-chat

Probably not ideal, but super easy to deploy and does what I need for now

J

On Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 11:17 PM, <heynmoeller@gmx.net> wrote:

> I'm starting droopy at Debian 8 with an systemd unit file, the chat
> scripts e.g forest or
> pyshouout are just cgi-scripts used by an webserver (Apache2.4 in my case).
>
>
Thanks, I've never got around to learning startup stuff, so maybe now is
the time :) I think I'm still on initd though..

James




> ______________________________________________________________________
> in /etc/systemd/system/droopy.service
> [Unit]
> Description=Droopy Service
> After=network.target
>
> [Service]
> Type=oneshot
> User=droopy
> EnvironmentFile=/etc/droopy.conf
> ExecStart=/usr/bin/droopy $PICTURE $DIRECTORY $PORT
>
> [Install]
> WantedBy=multi-user.target
> ______________________________________________________________________
> in /etc/droopy.conf
> MESSAGE="--message=/"Mein digitaler Briefkasten zum Dateien Hochladen/""
> PICTURE="-p /srv/downloads/droopy/droopy.jpg"
> DIRECTORY="-d /srv/downloads/droopy/uploads"
> PORT=8000
> ______________________________________________________________________
>
> This works for me
>
> I've never got kareha up runing. Needed just a few Minutes downloading,
> extracting, installing
> PyShouBox or forest!
>
> LibraryBox http://librarybox.us/is also nice! Have a look for _h5ai an
> html5 Apache Indexer just
> needs php5. With JS based Browser Preview. https://larsjung.de/h5ai
>
> Found most of the stuff at the homepage of our french friends at
> http://bibliobox.net
>
> have fun
>
> Pascal
>
>
> 14. Oktober 2015 20:19 Uhr, "James Lewis" <lewis.james@gmail.com> schrieb:
> > Thanks all for responses - I found what I needed. I wanted to replicate
> the Piratebox page chat
> and
> > also the upload feature (I assumed they were running from the same
> server process/code, but now
> see
> > they're not), and I wanted to do this without all the rest of the
> Piratebox features to do with
> > network config, reliance on 'piratebox.lan' hostname, etc. etc.
> >
> > (Sorry for confusing use of word 'app', i meant web application, not
> phone app)
> >
> > I found the 3 python server scripts for droopy, chat and the simple file
> server so all good,
> thanks
> > :)
> >
> > I hacked around to do what I want, but is there a neater way of
> installing just these components
> to
> > work 'standalone' on an internet-connected server? the init.d seems to
> have them all grouped
> > together with the network stuff.
> >
> > James
> >
> > iv>
> >
> > On Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 8:56 PM, Matthias Strubel <
> Matthias.Strubel@aod-rpg.de> wrote:
> >
> >> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> >> Hash: SHA1
> >>
> >> Hi Pascal,
> >> thanks for that addition. Good fiding, it totally forgot about that old
> python-chat process.
> >>
> >> The different processes on the ports was combined using HTML-iframes.
> >>
> >> While directory listing, chat and upload feature Python based is,
> kareha is Perl.
> >>
> >> I'm still not sure, if that will help James. I understand his email
> more like "I want a stand
> alone
> >> Android App for chatting".
> >>
> >> best regards
> >> Matthias
> >> On 10/14/2015 07:27 PM, heynmoeller@gmx.net wrote:
> >>> Do you look for this one?
> >>>
> >>
>
> 
https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts/blob/master/piratebox/piratebox/chat/pirateboxchat
> >>> start.py
> >>>
> >>> Once forest was used. It is a stand alone python script which starts
> an webserver on port 8002
> >>> you can embed it in to another website or use standalone. It just
> needs python an use
> flatfiles.
> >>>
> >>> original: http://www.triv.org.uk/~nelis/forest
> >>>
> >>> the upload part is based on droopy. http://stackp.online.fr/?p=28
> >>>
> >>> kareha is also an option: http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/web/wakaba_kareha
> >>>
> >>> have fun.
> >>>
> >>> Pascal
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> 14. Oktober 2015 18:07 Uhr, "James Lewis" <lewis.james@gmail.com>
> schrieb:
> >>>> Hey Offliners,
> >>>>
> >>>> I'm looking to run the PirateBox chat app as a standalone app,
> without any of the rest of the
> >>>> PirateBox stuff.
> >>>>
> >>>> I've been browsing around links from here
> >>>> https://github.com/PirateBox-Dev/PirateBoxScripts_Webserver but
> can't see if anyone's done
> this,
> >> or
> >>>> an easy way to extract just the 'web app' part of the code.
> >>>>
> >>>> Has this been done? Does the code exist outside of the rest of the
> piratebox project
> somewhere?
> >>>>
> >>>> If not, please could someone direct me to the bits of code that do
> this, and I'll pull it out
> as
> >> a
> >>>> separate project.
> >>>>
> >>>> Cheers :)
> >>>>
> >>>> James
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> > What's important to you? Is that what you're doing? -
> http://imgur.com/r/comics/V6KoHbF
>



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What's important to you? Is that what you're doing? -
http://imgur.com/r/comics/V6KoHbF