RISC OS wish list
- SSH client (2013--0-9-) - 24 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + A sssh client would be very useful, most UNIX servers support it now, and I've started to find people turning telnet support off.
- + Have a look at SSHProxy (http://www-stu.cai.cam.ac.uk/~atm26/acorn/sshproxy/) - it does basic SSH. Bits of it need work, which I (as author) don't have time to do. Anyone want to help?
- + Yes (moans) but there's nothing like PuTTY, for RISC OS. which does lots of things. We really ought to have something like ANTerm bought up todate, made free, and include SSH & SSHAgent support.
- + We need a scp frontend
- - You mean like NettleSSH ?
- Secure TCPIP (2013--0-7-) - 23 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + Upgrade the TCPIP system on RiscOS to give protection from SYN flods and other DoS attacks. RiscOS is not designed as a network OS but when Always On Internet is avalibe it will put our machines at risk.
- + And IPSEC support.
- Risc OS - WNT Server Integration (2013--0-9-) - 23 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + Support for WNT profiles.
- Networking (2013--0-7-) - 23 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + similar to mickysoft's network neighBOURhood i.e. relatively easy to change
- + Nice idea perhaps a Fileing system view of computers on your local network or perhaps even across the internet For easy access to services provided by your favorate servers. - Probably a good Idea for the any PD writers out there.
- + Create a plug-in for the main app to browse all types of network? to allow newer methods to be developed without man app development? (NFS / Samba / Access)
- NFS (2013--0-7-) - 22 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + How about a decent NFS implementation that can actually write data at a reasonable speed?
- + It's called "ImageNFS" and it's available from WSS
- Support for remote access (2013--0-5-) - 21 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + Proper tools for access of machines over network - telnet/ssh server, tools for controlling applications (like the Task Manager but command line driven). Possibly also some remote GUI control (proper VNC server, or make the desktop use X11 [a huge job]?). Also some terminal applications (eg command line text editor).
- - lets all switch to linux shall we?
- + I'd like to see a home grown VNC varient which allows us 3 buttons.
- + I would like to see something like ICA (Citrix Winframe). It doesn't send all that bitmap stuff but the coordinates etc. (rather like X).
But wouldn't this be possible in RiscOS?
- SAMBA Client (2013--0-9-) - 21 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + I have been using NFS but everyone seems to be
moving to SAMBA
- + Samba client is included in RISC OS Select.
For other RISC OSs, get !Omni
- + Is this samba in Adjust, if so where?
- Network configuration (2013--0-8-) - 16 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + Easy network configuration esp. if you use Internet, too. Better rewrite the whole network-configuration
- - 'Bout time we had DHCP IP allocation too
- NewtonOS style Routing button (2013--0-4-) - 9 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + NewtonOS has a very nice feature (IMHO) whereby from any file you can click on a 'Routing' icon which allows you to Email, Print, Fax, and whatever other things are installed. Perhaps have an icon on the title bar to do this?
- Linux conectivity (2013--0-8-) - 6 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + I want make RISC OS more copatible with Linux
be able to conect to Linux server or workstatiom, be able to read HDD disk EXTFS Linux partitions
- - There is a program to read ext2 (kernel 2.0.X style) on RISC OS. IIRC it's called !IscaFS
- Wireless Access (2013--0-9-) - 3 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + How about some support for bluetooth and/or 802.11? Please excuse my ignorance if there is already some about, as I am searching for some
- DHCP-CLIENT (2013--0-8-) - 3 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + THE MOST IMPORTANT THING FOR CABLE-NETWORKING!!!
- + This is in adjust, and I can confirm this is perfect...I don't even run the !boot structure and it grabs an IP within a mere second!
- I.P 6 (2013--0-9-) - 0 - agree - disagree - follow up
- DialIn (2013--0-8-) - -521 - agree - disagree - follow up
- + Add a very easy to configure DialIn program (maybe as ROM-App)
- + It would be handy if 'DialUpNet' could be made to work without a modem, so users on LANs could still make use of the fetching facilities.
- + Perhaps they can use hte !Dialup from rcomp
- + Rumour has it that !Socketeer was being looked at now that it is Open source and still actively supported .
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