Looking for the latest version? Download psandd0_2.iso (953.1 MB)
Home
Name Modified Size Downloads / Week Status
Totals: 4 Items   954.3 MB 5
README.txt 2010-09-24 2.1 kB 11 weekly downloads
psandd0_2.iso 2010-09-23 953.1 MB 11 weekly downloads
psandd0_2.tar.gz 2010-09-23 1.1 MB 33 weekly downloads
Roadmap.txt 2010-09-17 3.8 kB 0
Psandd The iso contains an ubuntu install with psandd set up, one change needed - edit the file '/var/www/config.php', line 48, so that 'local_password' is set to your local root password. (I am looking into removing this requirement from future versions). The default psandd user is 'admin' with a password of 'Password'. The mysql server is set up with a user 'root', also with a password of 'Password'. Both should be changed before you go live. You will also need to replace the default settings, such as server name, via the 'settings' link on the log in page. The documentation included may be slightly out-of-date, but still mostly accurate. The tar file contains all the php, javascript, xml and css, along with the documentation - all the same as in the iso. To use these, you'll need a LAMP server: (eg. sudo apt-get install lamp-server^) along with the following packages: php5-cli openssh-client openssh-server libssh2-php nmap (You'll also need tar to unpack) I'd also recommend phpmyadmin. You'll need to set up a SQL user with CREATE, ALTER, SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE permissions so that the php can set up a database to work with (or you could set up the database yourself, but you'll still need to give the php user SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE permissions on all the tables therein). The username and password should match the config file - change one or the other as you prefer. (Only localhost accsess is needed for this user). You'll need to adjust the groups/permissions as well - something like "sudo chgrp -R www-data batch config.php hostfiles http includes.php index.php old_deployments pages pingresults.xml screenshots single temphostdata.xml uploads utils" (all one line, no quotes) should suffice, if you preserved permissions while unpacking. Of course this should be changed if you want to use a non-default apache username. As with the iso install, the config file needs the local password set, the default psandd password should be changed once you've logged in, and the settings should be changed from within psandd before you start.
Source: README.txt, updated 2010-09-24