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Posts that have something to do with configuring and working with Linux to achieve their goals. This category cuts “horizontally” across the various radio technologies.

Using the ODROID C2 as a WLAN Testing Tool – Part 3: Some Exploring and Installing wicd

Using the ODROID C2 as a WLAN Testing Tool – Part 3: Some Exploring and Installing wicd

Previous Articles in this series: Install & Preconfigure DietPi DietPi, First Boot In the previous posts in this series I took a look at how I installed and configured DietPi on my ODROID C2.  I also went through the settings and some software packages that I wanted to install on the first boot.  I should re-iterate here that one of the goals of this series is not to blandly show the reader how to do things, but also to try…

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Using the ODROID C2 as a WLAN Testing Tool – Part 2: DietPi, First Boot

Using the ODROID C2 as a WLAN Testing Tool – Part 2: DietPi, First Boot

In the Previous Post,  I went through the basic steps of installing DietPi on an SD Card / eMMC card using the MAC OS terminal and preparing the network settings for the first boot.  If you are reading this post, you should have DietPi installed on your eMMC / SD Card and it is time to boot your SBC for the first time (if you haven’t already).   As a reminder, I am using the ODROID-C2 and will just refer to…

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Using the ODROID C2 as a WLAN Testing Tool – Part 1: Install & Preconfigure DietPi

Using the ODROID C2 as a WLAN Testing Tool – Part 1: Install & Preconfigure DietPi

This series is inspired by the “Maker Session” conducted at the WLAN Pros Conference last year in Budapest.  During the Maker Session each one of the attendees was given an ODROID C2  single board computer along with a battery pack and various other accessories including an 8GB eMMC , eMMC reader, WLAN Adapter etc.  The session went through the steps of installing a customised image of DietPi that included some very handy WLAN tools included in it.  You can see…

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