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Cross-Compiling for Ubuntu ARM by ffmpeg Example

This has been a delayed post since I only figure out how to solve configure error just now. It wasn’t really necessary to cross-compile last year because compiling ffmpeg directly on the ARM-board finished overnight (despite the low CPU). Anyway, in this post I’m still using the board to easily retrieve package dependencies from Ubuntu [...]

Compile Zabbix Proxy in Ubuntu ARM (BeagleBoard)

I needed to tackle practical limitation of SNMP monitoring under unreliable communication, a serious consideration was made for Zabbix Proxy. It was an option said to be ready for embedded hardware. I already had BeagleBoard xM Rev C running Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric and needed to proof that it would port functionally to this Linux ARM [...]

Install Nagios 3 and Plugins

Quickstart I decided to install in RedHat 5.2. Maybe it is easier in Ubuntu (Nagios 3 already listed in the repository, but I haven’t tried it). As pointed out by the quickstart (it is meant for Fedora by the way), requirements are: php, httpd gcc, glibc, glibc-common gd, gd-devel After getting those, the configure-make-install procedure [...]

Tagsistant (1)

Installation of tagsistant requires SQLite and FUSE, in Ubuntu they are satisfied as libsqlite3-dev and libfuse-dev (which will also requires libselinux1-dev and libsepol1-dev). A series of configure, make, and make-install will fail during the make-install. /usr/local/share/pixmaps must be created first before running $ sudo make install After that I test tagsistant to organize /data/tags/ $ [...]

Install HP P1006 Laser Jet

Basically installation is described here, but I download directly: wget http://foo2zjs.rkkda.com/foo2zjs.tar.gz wget http://foo2zjs.rkkda.com/firmware/sihpP1006.tar.gz First, I remove foo2zjs that was installed by default. After (1) make and (2) copy the unpacked HP driver to foo2zjs directory. Do the (3) make install and make install-hotplug. Run cups and the printer will be listed in the usual list [...]