oneye is a takeover of the legacy series 1 from the eyeos project. This new project is powered by the community around the web desktop eyeos 1.
In addition new technologies get combined and a totally new designed framework will be released as oneye 0.9. You can log into this cloud using a desktop, a mobile phone or an iPhone.
Install lighttpd, PHP, and sqlite
Configure the lighttpg
Uncomment include "mod_fastcgi.conf"
Installing and configuring oneye
- Make webapps folder
- CD and Download
- Rename Folder
- Unpack the config files
- Change Persmissions
- Make symlinks to oneye
Starting the web server
Starting http service and adding to boot
Config your eyeos
Browse to: http://WEBSERVER_IP_ADDRESS/oneye/installer
Please fill out the following form to install oneye: Root Password Retype Password System Name Allow users to create accounts (yes/no)
When you finish, press "Install oenye!" button, and thats all. :) You have eyeOS cloud computing system working.
After create your account, to log from:
- Desktop: http://WEBSERVER_IP_ADDRESS/oneye/
- Iphone: http://WEBSERVER_IP_ADDRESS/oneye/iphone/
- Mobile: http://WEBSERVER_IP_ADDRESS/oneye/mobile/
You can use this nice small application to synchronize two or more folders between the remote server and your local desktop, as an Dropbox alternative.
In order to run eyeSync you need to first install the .NET Framework (on Windows machines only) or Mono.
Windows users are recommended to take the most simple installer package.
- Download the application
- Configure the eyeSync
After install, you have to set:
Server URL: http://WEBSERVER_IP_ADDRESS/oneye/
User / Password:
Now you can create jobs to synchronize from Remote to Local / Local to Remote, manual or automatic/scheduled.