Involved Projects and Packages
OpenSCAD is a software for creating solid 3D CAD objects. Unlike most free software for creating 3D models it does not focus on the artistic aspects of 3D modelling but instead on the CAD aspects. Thus it might be the application you are looking for when you are planning to create 3D models of machine parts but pretty sure is not what you are looking for when you are more interested in creating computer-animated movies.
Please see subprojects for actual package repositories. This repository only contains packages that I do not have any use, so it acts as a storage in case someone has an use for them. Please contact me if you wish to maintain a package.
Please note that I do most of my development on https://obs.smar.fi, so packages here may be out of date. Please notify me if something is missing/broken.
I have a need for bridge-utils on SLED, so just having a quick repo for it, as it’s a legacy package.
This repository is for Clementine’s qt5 branch, which makes Clementine to work with qt5 instead of qt4, providing better integration to KDE 5.
FAI is a tool for unattended mass deployment of Linux. It's a system to install and configure Linux systems and software packages on computers as well as virtual machines, from small labs to large-scale infrastructures like clusters and virtual environments. You can take one or more virgin PC's, turn on the power, and after a few minutes, the systems are installed, and completely configured to your exact needs, without any interaction necessary.
Newest FireHOL version for SLE 15 SP1. Current Package Hub version (3.1.5) has a bug that marks all packets as delayed due to changes in iproute2 output.
gimagereader is missing from SLE-15, so this repository provides that package along with relevant dependencies.
I don’t think anyone else will benefit from these. Contains some scripts I’ve written for my own infrastructure.
Package Hub version is using kde4 libs still. This is using KF5 libs.
Kiwix is a free software that brings knowledge to millions around the world by making it available offline.
Wherever you go, you can browse Wikipedia, read books from the Gutenberg Library, or watch TED talks and much more – even if you don’t have an Internet connection.
Current lm-sensors version in Leap 15.1 and SLE15-SP1 is a bit old version not supporting the newest possible hardware. This repo provides newer version as of 3.1.2020.
This repository is to have easier installation of up to date netdata, as the netdata in SUSE 15 is fairly out of date.
Some extra nginx modules I found useful.
For now, only spnego for GSSAPI / Kerberos 5 authentication.
To use the modules, you need to use nginx from this repository, as the modules won’t load unless they are loaded to nginx they have been compiled against.
The stable one doesn’t work, so having a copy as a quick fix.
Current version is too old for me, since I need Pulse Secure support.
WARNING: the patch here is old, not well working version. There is better patch going to upstream, but this repo has not been updated.
Pihole is a solution for blocking unnecessary tracking and advertisement directly on DNS level for your whole network, by providing a DNS server that can be configured to be used on router level or per machine basis, and can work as dhcpd.
RawTherapee for SLE15.
Rubyripper aims to deliver high quality rips from audio cd's to your computer drive. It tries to do so by ripping the same track with cdparanoia multiple times and then comparing the results. It currently has a gtk3 and a command- line interface.
Some of it's main features:
graphical (gtk3) and command line interface
a secure rip method
editable gnudb and musicbrainz tag fetching
flac, vorbis, mp3, wav support
any other codec by passing the command
multiple codec encoding in one run
pass parameters to cdparanoia
logfile with analysis of corrected and impossible to correct positions
MD5sum for each track included in the logfile
Smarlayout is modified DAS layout, a keyboard layout optimized for Finnish.
Maintained at https://obs.smar.fi/project/show/Smarlayout
Linked from devel package, this adds OpenSUSE:Backports:SLE-15 to get Suricata built for SLE 15.
Provides only tarsnap, compared to security project which contains zillion other packages I don’t want to handle on each server.
There is some useful packages that Thinkpads benefit, to reduce for example power usage. This repository aims to provide those packages.