QEMU is an emulator for various CPUs. QEMU can emulate Operating System like Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, etc such as Virtual Box and VMWare do. But unlike other emulator, QEMU can also emulate machine. Hence you can get an ARM “run” on top of your machine. When used as a machine emulator, QEMU can run OSes […]

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ISO files, is a CD/DVD image file. This means, on that single CD/DVD stored files and use structure like real CD/DVD does. Well, it sounds complicated but you could say that you have copy all CD/DVD contents and pack it into a single file. In Linux, mounting and unmounting an ISO file is so easy […]

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OpenVPN is one of open source implementation of Virtual Private Network available. In this article we will discuss about how to install OpenVPN on FreeBSD 8.3. Installation Installing OpenVPN is as easy as installing any FreeBSD ports.

Once installed, OpenVPN will store its ocnfigurations on /usr/local/share/doc/openvpn. Make a directory /usr/local/etc/openvpn and copy all configuration […]

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In previous article we have discussed about how to install and configure Nagios on our machine. In this article we will discuss about adding a host to list of host monitored by Nagios. In this article I use FreeBSD 8.3. Defining the Host First of all, we need to identify the host / machine we […]

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Can you mention all web browser in the world? At least the popular ones. Sure you got name like Firefox, Chrome, Safari, etc. But all of them are GUI based. Sometimes we are in a situation when our machine’s resource is so limited and we need to browse the web using minimal resource. Or maybe […]

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A DHCP network makes network configuration easy. Any node (computer, laptop, or devices) connected to this network will automatically get IP address. A raspberry pi connected on DHCP network would also get the benefit. Using this method, we don’t need to set IP address manually. Dynamic IP is good, but at some point we don’t […]

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Raspberry, a small computer powered by ARM architecture is a very interesting board for learning embedded system. The joy has not ended soon as Oracle also supported the board with their Java. In this article we will discuss about how to installing Java SE embedded on Raspberry Pi for running Java bytecode. In this article […]

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Warning! This is for Raspberry Pi 2, not the first generation Raspberry Pi. Check your device and make sure you have Raspberry Pi 2 before proceeding. Raspberry Pi, a small computer powered by ARM architecture is a very interesting board for learning embedded system. In this article we will discuss about how to install how […]

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