Articles with tag “Linux”

Apps for Ham Radio Networks

You've built your mesh or 802.11 network to support your activity.  Now what?  Unfortunately, most client software doesn't support peer-to-peer activities.  You have to have a server acting as the central repository and distribution point for your data.  Sounds complicated...

It can be daunting to make these resources available …

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Removing dependencies when using yum

yellowdog updater modifiedA forthcoming article on the Red Hat Security Blog got me to ask the question: is it possible to have yum remove dependencies when uninstalling packages?  The answer is a somewhat surprising "yes"!  The functionality is turned off by default for a good reason but that's no reason why everyone …

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Fedora Amateur Radio Guide

Earlier today John WB8RCR and I released the Fedora Amateur Radio Guide. Depicting many of the programs available in Fedora's repositories, these free and open source software packages provides many tools to turn any amateur radio operator into a truly geeky operator.

John did a wonderful job putting together the …

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