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fun around MIPS: qemu-system-mips

Posted 11-06-2010 at 10:33 PM by Web31337 (In The Middle Of Nowhere [edK's blog])
Tags arm, mips, nginx, qemu

Yesterday I was surprised when discovered that,... ehm, well... I'm such a newbie in this... that most routers using MIPS not ARM CPU as I thought before
Since that, I've also tried to look at MIPS in QEMU. There is even less information about this, though debian to help I was surprised I've missed it last time when doing experiments with qemu-system-arm, but now it's very helpful with qemu-system-mips.
I used aurel32's page as a start point: http://people.debian.org/~aurel32/qemu/mips/...
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Using SVN with a Mac OS Host

Posted 11-06-2010 at 10:24 PM by Focused4Success

I keep all of my svn repositories under: ~/svn on my MacOS host. When accessing the repository from Mac OS the URL is:

file:///Users/username/svn/...

Under OpenSUSE the URL is:
file:///mnt/username/svn/...

To flip between the two repositories, just use the following command:

svn switch --relocate file:///Users/username/svn/folder file:///mnt/username/svn/folder

The repository was originally created using the command:...
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Sharing Files between MacOS and OpenSUSE

Posted 11-06-2010 at 10:10 PM by Focused4Success

I like to keep all of my unique data and configuration scripts for my VMs on the native file system vs. mixing them in with the OS. I keep my user files under /home/username on my Mac. I access these files by mounting this filesystem as /mnt/username under OpenSUSE using CIFS. I also use a shared NIC vs. a bridged NIC to maintain security. Files created should be created with the proper user and group so they remain accessible when created over the network and accessed on the host. Finally, the...
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Farmer in the Dell.

Posted 11-06-2010 at 07:16 PM by peonuser
Updated 11-06-2010 at 10:39 PM by peonuser

Thinking about setting up a server farm high availability commodity based cluster with old dell gx110's for the experience.

Ordered sample tempurature sensors for my cooking robot project.

Fixing to dunp ubuntu, if what I heard is true.

Cracked open a digital thermometer to see if I can interface it with the computer.
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Setting up Aptana Studio

Posted 11-06-2010 at 02:07 PM by Focused4Success

Aptana Studio comes packaged in two different ways:
  • An standalone executable
  • An Eclipse plug-in

I tried the Eclipse plug-in because I plan to use Eclipse for C/C++ development. But I didn't like the way it worked as much as using Aptana Studio standalone. I also plan to run OpenSUSE in the background and access it using X-Windows from the Mac.

I used the following procedure to install Aptana Studio:...
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