Unexpectedly, August turned out to be a very busy month for the Little Backup Box project. It all started with a user having a problem with the current implementation of the internal backup feature. When figuring out how to solve the problem, I ended up reimplementing the entire functionality altogether. Now the internal backup has its own button in the web UI, and you can select it to be the default mode during installation. The Samba and DLNA servers can now handle internal storage, so you can access and view the content transferred to the internal storage card.
As an experiment, I’ve added internationalization (i18n) support for the web UI, so you can use it in your own language (you have to translate it first, though). Speaking of the web UI, I also made slight improvements to its appearance. You’ll probably notice that all buttons have uniform width now.
Finally, I’m been experimenting with an inexpensive 128x32 OLED display, and I added support for it in Little Backup Box. You have the option of enabling OLED support during installation. If you choose to do that, the OLED display will show the machine’s IP address on boot.