I noticed that some of the old download links have gotten stale or disappeared entirely. So as a new Audrey hacker, I wanted to do my part to share the love, binary-wise. I have packeged up a couple of useful things for download from my web site:
I've also submitted these to Audreyhacking.
Here's what I have:
** plus.tar **
This package adds the following commands to the Audrey shell:
1) mv - move files
2) less - page through text files (like more but better)
3) cmp - compress executables on disk to save space
4) fs-cifs - mount Windows shares on Audrey
5) fs-nfs2 - mount UNIX shares on Audrey
6) use - gives help on various commands
7) cut - command-line editing (used by cmp)
To install, copy the tar file to your Audrey's /tmp directory (either with FTP or over a share), cd to root ("cd /"), and extract the files ("tar -xvpf /tmp/plus.tar"). This sets up all the files with the correct permissions.
Note that once this is installed, you can cd to /nto/bin and use cmp to compress all these executables to save space! Just do this:
1) cd /nto/bin
2) cmp mv less use cut fs-cifs fs-nfs2
** inetd.tar **
This is a tar of inetd, telnetd, and ftpd for use on plain-jane audreys (like "UpdateWithShell"). To install it, either download it to your PC and mount the share with fs-cifs on the Audrey or ftp it to the audrey in /tmp. Then just cd to root ("cd /") and extract the files ("tar -xvf /tmp/inetd.tar") and it will be installed. Reboot and it will be running!
1) Change the root password!!! It's currently "root" and this is BAD. Use "passwd root" to create a new /etc/nshadow file, and then copy that to /etc/shadow with "cp /etc/nshadow /etc/shadow".
2) This overwrites your existing /kojak/boot.sh file. This should be fine for plain Audreys, but if you have edited this file you should back it up first and merge your edits with these new lines:
ln -sPf /nto/lib/libc.so.1 /usr/lib/ldqnx.so.1
3) Telnet and FTP daemons are not all that secure, and you should be careful using this on a system that is connected to the Internet. Definitely put this (and all systems) behind a firewall at the very least!
This is based on the work of others. I am just repackaging it to fix one small problem (extra linefeeds in inetd.tar's boot.sh) and to make it more available. Keep on hacking! Standing on the shoulders of giants and all that...