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paste service

Postby debigokan » 2017-12-27 17:52

Hello

I want to use the "pastebinit" service on the local network. Just for
my own team. Is there such an application?

thanks.
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Re: paste service

Postby 4D696B65 » 2017-12-27 17:58

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Re: paste service

Postby debiman » 2017-12-27 18:35

debigokan wrote:I want to use the "pastebinit" service on the local network. Just for
my own team. Is there such an application?

do you mean the server is local, as well as the client?
i think those exist, look around on github.
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Re: paste service

Postby debigokan » 2017-12-27 18:44

debiman wrote:
debigokan wrote:I want to use the "pastebinit" service on the local network. Just for
my own team. Is there such an application?

do you mean the server is local, as well as the client?
i think those exist, look around on github.


Thanks for the answer. I'm using Gitab. But for instant work, a service like pastebinite is needed.
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Re: paste service

Postby GarryRicketson » 2017-12-27 19:56

To use pastebinit,
command-line pastebin client
pastebinit is a command-line tool to send data to a "pastebin", a web site which allows its users to upload snippets of text for public viewing.


That is the client, if you want to use it on a local network only, then you also need to setup a "localhost" server, then you can use the client to send the pastes , to the server, which is on your net work. (localhost)

There is some detailed instruction here, for setting up the server side of it.
https://debian-administration.org/article/422/Cross-platform_cross-environment_RPC_server_creation

So you put something like this website: http://paste.debian.net/ ?
(If I understand the question correctly)
On you own networks "localhost" server.
Additional info : http://paste.debian.net/rpc-interface.html
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https://github.com/vetinari/debpaste/blob/master/debpaste
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=item --server=URL
use URL instead of http://paste.debian.net/server.pl
 


Is there such an application?

I have never heard of this :
I'm using Gitab.

So don't know on that.
========== Probably not relevant, but ========
Most any server application can be set up to be used as a localhost server.
We use Nginx, and a fluxxBB forum, with file attachments permitted, it is on the main computer, the rest of the "network", aprox 28 PC's, all have access to it, the secretaries attach files as needed, and post any comments or notes needed, it never goes online, all "localhost". So yes there are many applications, you can modify to suit your needs.
Opensource apps are best, because it is easy to modify them to fit ones specific needs.
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Re: paste service

Postby debigokan » 2017-12-28 06:41

Very thanks...
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Re: paste service

Postby debiman » 2017-12-28 09:23

debigokan wrote:Thanks for the answer. I'm using Gitab. But for instant work, a service like pastebinite is needed.

erm.
you didn't answer my question:
debiman wrote:do you mean the server is local, as well as the client?

i meant:
does the server (that is storing the pasted snippets) have to be on the same local network as the people using it?
in that case it's not enough to install a client.
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