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This Project is aimed at preparing the Linux Based system and making it ready for developing Linux based Embedded Device Drivers and Embedded Linux OS for ARM based Boards. During the setting up of this system, Fedora and debian installation has to be done. Linux partitions scheme has to be understood and implemented. Some common and important servers has to be configured.

Installing office in fedora

For 32 bit systems #wget http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/stable/5.0.4/rpm/x86/LibreOffice_5.0.4_Linux_x86_rpm.tar.gz For 64-bit systems #wget http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/stable/5.0.4/rpm/x86_64/LibreOffice_5.0.4_Linux_x86-64_rpm.tar.gz After this  all steps are common #tar -xvf LibreOffice_5.0.4_Linux_x86_rpm.tar.gz #cd LibreOffice_5.0.4.2_Linux_x86_rpm/ #yum localinstall RPMS/*.rpm You can use these steps in any other RPM based distribution but keeping in mind … Continue reading

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THE LINUX FIRE WALL

  If we talk about firewall the first thing that comes to our mind is a software “Barrier” between a system and a network it may be either internal or external. The purpose of this software is to protect our … Continue reading

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How to install grub on a floppy disk or a partition?

  When you are working on an already installed linux distribution, the grub package will be bydefault installed on the system. I will be showing you, the example’s of working with grub-legacy. Because any grub version number thats in the … Continue reading

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difference between monolithic and microlithic kernel

Monolithic Kernel (Macro Kernel): Kernel Image = (Kernel Core+Kernel Services). When system boots up entire services  are loaded and resides in memory. Example: Windows and Unix.   Micro kernel : Kernel Image = Kernel Core. Services are build in to … Continue reading

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How to set static ip in Fedora

Below is the method to give your machine a static Ip for the fedora.[Next post will contain the method to provide Static ip to Raspberry Pi running raspbian] 1. First stop and disable the gnome network manager from running on … Continue reading

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CONNECTING RASPBERRY PI WITH YOUR LAPTOP/HOST MACHINE

In order to connect your Raspberry Pi and laptop, you could do it in two ways, router based connection. peer to peer connection. Router Based Connection In this type of connection it is assumed that your laptop is already in … Continue reading

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DHCP server

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is used by computers for requesting Internet Protocol parameters, such as an IP address from a network server. The protocol operates based on the client-server model. DHCP is very common in all modern networks[1] ranging … Continue reading

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static and shared libraries

When a C program is compiled, the compiler generates object code. After generating the object code, the compiler also invokes linker. One of the main tasks for linker is to make code of library functions (eg printf(), scanf(), sqrt(), ..etc) … Continue reading

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How to format the pendrive using terminal.

you should take care of your Pd that it should be unmounted before you did the for mating. use the following commands on terminal mkfs.vfat /dev/sdb1 sdb1 is you node name(that can be check through ‘dmesg’ or ‘fdisk -l’) you … Continue reading

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NFS SERVER CONFIGURATION

NFS, or Network File System, is a server-client protocol for sharing files between computers on a common network. NFS enables you to mount a file system on a remote computer as if it were local to your own system. You … Continue reading

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FTP SERVER CONFIGURATION (Batch-20.02.36)

FTP SERVER CONFIGURATION (Batch-20.02.36) Any Linux system can operate as an FTP server. It has to run only the server software—an FTP daemon with the appropriate configuration. Transfers are made between user accounts on client and server systems. A user … Continue reading

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Article on Linux Kernel

The Linux Kernel  In 1991, a Finnish student named Linus Benedict Torvalds made the kernel of a now popular operating system. He released Linux version 0.01 on September 1991, and on February 1992, he licensed the kernel under the GPL … Continue reading

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Article on Linux Administration

 Linux Administration This article is about the operating system.The Unix operating system was conceived and implemented in 1969 at AT&T’s Bell Laboratories in the United States by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, Douglas McIlroy, and Joe Ossanna. It was first released … Continue reading

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SSH Server

Implemented SSH server completely… Able to send as well as receive data using scp… Now , thorough with the SSH server!!!!

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about ftp srever

just done and understand the final step of it,,understand the terms “get” and “put”..and m  

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