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Using a Raspberry Pi 3 as a Wifi access point and bridge

In this article I’ll present how I used a Raspberry Pi 3 to create a Wifi access point. The specificity of my setup, is that the Raspberry won’t be a router but a bridge. DHCP is thus delegated to the… Continue Reading →

ZTE Open C – Getting ADB to work

ADB stands for Android Debug Bridge and is a required for almost any hack on the phone. I noted here all the steps necessary to get it working on Ubuntu 14.10.

Develop for BlackBerry OS 7.1 on Linux

I had some hard time installing the BlackBerry Java SDK for (old) OS 7.1 (for Windows or Mac only) on Linux. Here are the main information necessary to setup a working environment in Eclipse (Kepler).

Using Raspberry Pi as a print server

Use of my first Raspberry Pi is a print server. I used it for both scanner, printer and 3D printing. Here are some useful resources to setup your own.

RaspberryPi initial setup

This blog post is one in many allowing to setup a RaspberryPi from scratch. Did I mentioned my blog is also my notepad.

Uploading a file to VLC for iOS from command line

VLC for iOS has a great HTML5 web interface to upload files. However, it was not of any use while trying to upload files from a remote console.

Driving XBMC with Tooploo T2 air mouse

For a while now, I’ve been looking for a simple remote for my XBMC media center. I finally found the Tooploo T2 air mouse from DX.com which comes with a nice set of buttons for media centers.

Ajout d’un lecteur de carte SD au Routeur WRT54G

J’ai finalement craqué et ai ouvert mon routeur Linksys WRT54G (v2) pour ajouter un lecteur de carte SD. Le principal intérêt, c’est de rajouter de la mémoire … beaucoup de mémoire, sachant que le routeur à l’origine ne possède que… Continue Reading →

AReVi sur Ubuntu Hardy

Ce qui est bien avec Ubuntu, c’est que ça m’assure de poster un nouveau message tous les 6 mois. Bref, voici la liste des paquets à installer sous Ubuntu Hardy (8.04) pour installer AReVi : build-essential bison flex libglut-dev libimlib2-dev… Continue Reading →

AReVi sur Ubuntu … la suite

Certains utilisateurs d’AReVi aiment bien faire de belles IHM GTK pour accompagner leurs projets.Pour pouvoir compiler leurs sources sur Ubuntu, l’installation du package suivant devrait être suffisante : libglade2-dev Il se chargera d’installer toutes les dépendances nécessaires.

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