Make my own P2P bbs

e4c614ec anonymous 2013-09-15 16:27
How to make my own p2pbbs?
34483836 anonymous 2013-09-16 18:19
Your client/server app is Saku.
Saku requires that Python 2.6.x or 2.7.x be installed and working.
It maight be better to prepare a Linux box for your purpose.
First, get saku common stable release:

Saku 3.14.2

or clone the repository unstable:

$ git clone git://

Extract what you've downloaded into a directory.

Then change the port forwarding setting of your router to have connections to port 8000 go into your saku server machine.

In the directory of saku, begin by typing in: [For Linux/UNIX]
$ python

And you're done.

You may want to set up your Python with Cheetah and PIL modules externally, using pip / easy_install or something else.
8322bc0b anonymous 2013-11-16 02:02
After I follow your steps I can't access my own server via using url:8000.
it says
You don't have permission to access this URI. Install shinGETsu.
f5527b0c anonymous 2013-11-16 03:18

Nice try. I suppose you have already set up your Saku as a client, which you can make sure by browsing the page via http://localhost:8000 _directly_ on your server machine.

However, there is still one part of configuration to be altered.
So, open a configuration file 'saku.ini' in the 'conf' directory, which is located immediately below the directory you installed Saku to.

Then you'll see a part of configuration like these. If there aren't, you can instead add these lines:

# == Starts here ==

# The IP address of administrator.
admin: ^(127|192.168)

# The IP address of users who can get cache from network. (regular expression)
friend: ^127

# The IP address of users who can use gateway. (regular expression)
visitor: .

# == Ends here ==

In this example, ANYONE can browse into your server as a visitor, with limited accessible functions.
If the 'visitor' setting is provided with some IP address range with limitation, like
the users allowed to view your Saku node will be restricted.
41783c07 anonymous 2013-11-16 05:20

Thanks for the help and fast reply!
now I am running saku as a node,

BTW, is there a way to set a server without linking back to saku's server?
(server will not get saku's post but me and my friends can post between different country without let everybody knows.)
cause I want to share this with my friends which are not speaking Japanese,
I wonder know how do I done it?
b0276152 anonymous 2013-11-16 14:05

Unfortunately, there is no official way to separate your Saku node completely from the Shingetsu network yet.
You may want to share a special tag or make a thread dedicated for rather private communication, though possible to be seen by others.
fcbc9814 anonymous 2013-11-16 21:06
Oh well! Thanks for the tips anyway ;)
I've tried to remove all the init node and node list still can't make a standalone saki,
Even remove the hard coded unit nodes earthier.
I'll wait the author release a official stand alone server.
Really love this project. :)
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