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web - Eigenen Proxy in Linux aufsetzen

Pro Linux hat ein kleines How To veröffentlicht, wie man sich einen Proxy mit linux aufsetzt.

Für arch linux arm muss man einiges beachten.

  • Installiere "apache" um "htpasswd" zu erhalten
  • pacman -S squid apache
  • ersetze "squid2" mit "squid" in allen Pfaden oder Nennungen
  • Kommentare lesen, die sind gut und wichtig!
  • Verbindung mit Hilfe von ssh sichern: >>ssh [email protected] -D -C<<
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web - Raspberry Pi alternatives

Following is an uncomplete list of maybe alternatives for the raspberry pi (if it fits to your needs). The common intersection of all listed items is "usb, hdmi out, linux driven". It should be clear that the raspberry pi has a philosphy that differs from the rest :-).

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First Impression Of RaspberryPi


So after a while of borrowing multiply pi's, i've managed to buy one. Of course the shipment was delayed so it arrived at a week full of no time. Finally, i prepared all and started the installation, of course an arch linux (like the guy in the advertisement, "what else?" ;-)). The installation was quite easy, i struggeld a bit with the resizing of my partitions. The magic hint, resizes the extended partition first, then you are able to resize the root partition and everything is fine.

After that, i've browsed through the available packages and started setting up the tiny beast. Writing about window managers is a short one, don't do fancy stuff. Notion is working, openbox and fluxbox also. Of course xbmc is running like a charm. But xfce4 and lxde are a bit to much for the little arm. Kde is working better than expected but like chromium, it is far away from running smooth. A nice howto about installing xfce4 on arm arch linux can be found here. Some general beginner tutorials about different raspberry pi distributions can be found here.

What about using known software? Well, you can but keep in mind, it is an arm cpu under the hood. Midori is currently my first choice for browsing the web. If i need something with a gui, pcmanfm is performing well on the pi. Have some minutes left? Read this nice introduction about the desktop world of the raspberry pi.

Other Operation Systems Then Linux

Talking about the upcomming and possible shooting star firefox os, i can only write that i havn't tried it so far. There is a bunch of tutorials out there, like this, that. A list of possible alternative operation systems for the pi can be found here.

What To Do Now?

Well, first i want to try out the media center suitability of the little pi. I like the idea to control the xbmc via an android mobile. I also want to compare xbmc with openELEC. And for the far away future, i want to build zfs on linux on this little box (why?, of course because i can :-D). A git server is also and always an option, lets see. Privoxy, openVPN, tor, the list is getting longer the more i think about it :-).

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web - An ARM emulator written in JavaScript

Arm-js is an ARM emulator written in Javascript. It emulates ARMv7-A and some peripherals of Versatile Express. It can boot Linux 3.6.1 and run busybox processes.

Get Started

1. Download the source code 1. git clone git:// 2. cd arm-js/ 3. git submodule init 4. git submodule update 2. Execute ruby misc/simple-http-server.rb on terminal 3. Access http://localhost:8080/arm-js.html 4. Push Boot button at the top-left corner to start the emulator


Well, what can i say. Because of freaky projects like that, i started to like javascript more and more :-D.

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Web - Raspberry Pi - beta device out now - CuBox also an alternative

These are populated boards from our first run of beta devices. They’re undergoing electrical testing alongside hardware and software testing at the moment, and if all goes well, the Raspberry Pi you’ll be buying in January (or by auction later this month if they all work as they should) will be exactly like one of these.

I am crossing fingers that beta test runs fine. It is so awesome that such a tiny device can do such a lot.

While browsing through the internet, i also found another device called CuBox.

This device comes with a pre installed os, so it is really plug and play. The main advantage are the available ports, like hdmi, two usb, eSata etc.

I found a german review on "Der". I also stumbled over OpenELEC which is a optimized linux to run XBMC and has an easy to install (on hdd, flash etc.) guide.

Maybe my i will plug in such a device in my tv at home soon :-D.

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