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Turn Slackware64 to be Multilib

December 3, 2015 | Article | 7 Comments

A multilib 64bit Linux OS is system which capable of running 64bit as well as 32bit software. By default, a fresh installation of Slackware64 bit is a multilib-ready. This article will discuss about how to turn our pure slackware64 to be multilib. In FHS (Filesystem Hierarchy Standards), there is a separation of library, the one […]

Installing Eclipse IDE for Slackware64 14.0

December 3, 2015 | Article | 2 Comments

We have install java (see here) now we will install an IDE for developing in our Slackware machine. In this article we will install latest Eclipse IDE using generic method. Alternatively you can install it using SlackBuild but we won’t cover that. What you need: Slackware64 14.0 (well, that’s obvious) Eclipse binary for linux. download […]

Installing JAVA to Slackware64 14.0

December 3, 2015 | Article | 2 Comments

JAVA is one of popular programming language today. Made by Sun Microsystem, and later bought by Oracle. However, JAVA programming language is restricted so most linux distribution not include it. This article will discuss about installing latest JAVA 7 (January 15th, 2013) to Slackware Linux 64 bit. What we need: Slackware 64 bit, version 14.0 […]

Slackware Linux, one of oldest linux distribution available, can’t be denied as on of popular distro over many other distros. Slackware power lies on it’s simplicity which gives its user the freedom to customize their machine. Slackware bring genuine kernel and all software without modification which gives you the software as is. In this article […]

OpenWRT: Extending the Filesystem

December 3, 2015 | Article | No Comments

For every wireless router, the usable resource such as storage and RAM is very limited. Well, that’s obviously. For instance, take a look to our sample device, TP-Link MR3020. It has following specification: Processor Atheros [email protected] RAM 32MiB Flash Storage 4MiB Ethernet 10/100 Mbps USB2 port micro USB port Wifi 802.11b/g/n MIMO See the flash […]

OpenWRT: Set the Environment

December 3, 2015 | Article | No Comments

So we have install and build the box, know some method for resetting, what next? Be patient, we have to do something before he step to advance session. In this article we will set some environment for the router and give a little configuration for it. What would we do? Set up hostname Set up […]

OpenWRT: Install and start the OpenWRT

December 3, 2015 | Article | 2 Comments

This is first point and must see article before we advance to other articles. Why are we building machine with OpenWRT inside? There are plenty reason, but most of them are: It’s interesting! As hardware hacker, creating a new machine with all you’ve got will gives you extra excitement. Cheap! A $20 machine equivalent to […]

OpenWRT: OpenWRT Failsafe

December 3, 2015 | Article | No Comments

What if you have configure OpenWRT device and turn you device to useless? Or maybe some of configuration make you box inaccessible. But fortunately, OpenWRT has a built in feature for “resetting” your box. It’s called failsafe mode and this feature will attempt to bypass almost all configuration in favor of a few hard coded […]

What is Assembly Programming Language?

December 3, 2015 | Article | No Comments

Assembly is considered as the oldest programming language. Learning assembly will improve our understanding or machine. In this first article of assembly tutorial we will discuss about what is assembly and why we should learn it. What is Assembly Language? Strictly speaking, assembly language is a programming language. It is corresponded to command / statement […]

AT Commands is shortening of ATtention Commands. It is set of command understood by mobile phone and modem. Knowing AT command allow you to control your mobile phone by terminal, or even a modem you use. In this article we will try to explore AT command using cu command. CU (Call Up) is a little […]

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