Bug#473354: ITP: winhardware -- hardware summary report from a Win32 host - Debian

This is a discussion on Bug#473354: ITP: winhardware -- hardware summary report from a Win32 host - Debian ; Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Joel Franco * Package name : winhardware Version : 0.0.14 Upstream Author : Joel Franco * URL : Not yet * License : GPL Programming Lang: shell script Description : hardware summary report from a ...

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  1. Bug#473354: ITP: winhardware -- hardware summary report from a Win32 host

    Package: wnpp
    Severity: wishlist
    Owner: Joel Franco


    * Package name : winhardware
    Version : 0.0.14
    Upstream Author : Joel Franco
    * URL : Not yet
    * License : GPL
    Programming Lang: shell script
    Description : hardware summary report from a Win32 host

    Gets the basic hardware report from a Win32 computer including
    processor, last user, memory, disk, motherboard, network interface card
    and others. Uses the WMI interface.

    -- System Information:
    Debian Release: lenny/sid
    APT prefers testing
    APT policy: (990, 'testing'), (500, 'unstable')
    Architecture: i386 (i686)

    Kernel: Linux 2.6.24 (SMP w/2 CPU cores)
    Locale: LANG=pt_BR.UTF-8, LC_CTYPE=pt_BR.UTF-8 (charmap=UTF-8)
    Shell: /bin/sh linked to /bin/bash



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  2. Bug#473354: ITP: winhardware -- hardware summary report from a Win32 host

    Joel Franco wrote:
    > Package: wnpp
    > Severity: wishlist
    > Owner: Joel Franco
    >
    >
    > * Package name : winhardware
    > Version : 0.0.14
    > Upstream Author : Joel Franco
    > * URL : Not yet
    > * License : GPL
    > Programming Lang: shell script
    > Description : hardware summary report from a Win32 host
    >
    > Gets the basic hardware report from a Win32 computer including
    > processor, last user, memory, disk, motherboard, network interface card
    > and others. Uses the WMI interface.


    are you going to use wmic and/or winexe for that? Then I'd suggest to
    add teh script to the wmi-client package instead of wasting a full
    package for a single shellscript.

    Cheers,

    Bernd


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  3. Bug#473354: ITP: winhardware -- hardware summary report from a Win32 host

    On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 14:26:48 -0300, Joel Franco wrote:

    > I would to hear others opinions about your opinion.
    >

    I don't think adding a package for a simple shell script makes any
    sense.

    Cheers,
    Julien



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  4. Bug#473354: ITP: winhardware -- hardware summary report from a Win32 host

    On Sun 30 Mar 08 14:38, Bernd Zeimetz wrote:
    >Joel Franco wrote:
    >> Package: wnpp
    >> Severity: wishlist
    >> Owner: Joel Franco
    >>
    >>
    >> * Package name : winhardware
    >> Version : 0.0.14
    >> Upstream Author : Joel Franco
    >> * URL : Not yet
    >> * License : GPL
    >> Programming Lang: shell script
    >> Description : hardware summary report from a Win32 host
    >>
    >> Gets the basic hardware report from a Win32 computer including
    >> processor, last user, memory, disk, motherboard, network interface card
    >> and others. Uses the WMI interface.

    >
    >are you going to use wmic and/or winexe for that? Then I'd suggest to
    >add teh script to the wmi-client package instead of wasting a full
    >package for a single shellscript.


    Hi Bernd,

    I have no relationship with the wmi-client package nor knows the
    mainteiner. To agree with your opinion, i should work close to that
    mantainer and this could make the work a lot harder in the mean that i
    have to commnuicate with him.

    My work is in get just the selected hardware data from the Windows host
    and whis is another "layer" of the "how" the communication runs.

    Ok, the shell script is small and simple, but this is a simple task

    I would to hear others opinions about your opinion.

    Thank You.

    Joel Franco

    >
    >Cheers,
    >
    >Bernd
    >
    >
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    >




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  5. Bug#473354: ITP: winhardware -- hardware summary report from a Win32 host

    Hi,

    > I have no relationship with the wmi-client package nor knows the
    > mainteiner. To agree with your opinion, i should work close to that
    > mantainer and this could make the work a lot harder in the mean that i
    > have to commnuicate with him.


    uh, ntot really. You've just sent him an email
    The package is maintained by me in the Zenoss team... If you want to
    provide such a script, as examples or for /usr/bin (with manpage then
    please), I could give you access to the svn, so you can maintain it in
    the debian directory of the package, not a big problem.

    Cheers,

    Bernd
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  6. Re: Bug#473354: ITP: winhardware -- hardware summary report from a Win32 host

    Hi Bernd,

    I didn't know about Zenoss, but after visit the site and the wikipedia,
    i understand why the wmi-client is part of the infracstructure. It
    appears to be a great software, i will try it to manage my more than 30
    servers from my clients.

    About the inclusion of winhardware in the wmi-client tree I still do not
    think it positive by the reasons that is said before. However, if it's
    one way to publish my work i accept your offer Would you give me
    access to the package svn?

    Thank you

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    On Sun 30 Mar 08 20:49, Bernd Zeimetz wrote:
    >Hi,
    >
    >> I have no relationship with the wmi-client package nor knows the
    >> mainteiner. To agree with your opinion, i should work close to that
    >> mantainer and this could make the work a lot harder in the mean that i
    >> have to commnuicate with him.

    >
    >uh, ntot really. You've just sent him an email
    >The package is maintained by me in the Zenoss team... If you want to
    >provide such a script, as examples or for /usr/bin (with manpage then
    >please), I could give you access to the svn, so you can maintain it in
    >the debian directory of the package, not a big problem.
    >
    >Cheers,
    >
    >Bernd
    >--
    >Bernd Zeimetz
    >
    >
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