From Amahi Wiki
This is a compilation of the Ubuntu specific tutorials. If you want to add something, please only provide the link and description here. The actual tutorial should be it's own page.
- PDF Printer: Add PDF printer to HDA.
- Gmail as relay: Send outgoing mail from HDA using Gmail.
- Monitor System Logs via Email: Monitor system logs via email
- Disk error alerts: Monitor disk drive wellness and receive email alerts if errors are detected.
- Network UPS Tools: Manage your HDA UPS requirements with NUT.
- HDA As Part Time Server: Use the HDA as a part time server with ReadyNAS.
- Measure system performance: How to benchmark CPU, file IO, and MySQL performance.
- How to install Dropbox: How to for installing Dropbox on your server. No Desktop required.
- Install ownCloud: Steps to install ownCloud 4 on your HDA (may require some modification for Amahi).
- Mail server setup: Guidance to add virtual mail server functionality to your HDA.
- Install Gnome Classic: How to change Desktop to use Gnome Classic interface.
- Disable Automatic Updates: Disable automatic update notifications.
- PS3 Media Server: Easy setup guide for streaming to your PS3.
- Weather: Add weather for your area to MOTD or Desktop.
- hddtemp shutdown script: Part of tutorial shows how to shutdown machine if drive temp exceeds a predetermined temperature (NOTE: hddtemp is installed by default with Amahi)
- How to Set Up The Ampache Streaming Music Server In Ubuntu 12.04 LTS: Install the Amahi app Ampache and modify as indicated in this tutorial for the complete streaming music server.
- Dropbox Uploader: Script which can be used to upload, download, list or delete files from Dropbox
- Why I ditched RAID and Greyhole for mhddfs: Alternative method for storage pooling without redundancy.
Tutorial Web Sites
- Ubuntu Geek: website that provides tutorials for a variety of needs.
- How to Ubuntu: Another website of tutorials for customization.
- Data Recovery Techniques on Linux: How to recover deleted files.
- Google Drive: Tool that lets you access your Google Drive account through the command line.