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LISP on Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite

LISP on Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite

In this blog post, I will explain how to compile the Open Overlay Router (OOR) software for MIPS and how to set it up on an Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite to participate in the Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) beta network. For the purpose of this blog post, I will assume you already have an u ...

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Some DNS providers that support NAPTR records

Sometimes you might want/need to use NAPTR DNS records as part of your SIP setup. A while ago it was quite difficult to find DNS providers that support them and don't charge you an arm and a leg for it, but the situation has improved quite a bit. Below are some DNS service providers that claimed to ...

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OS switcher

OS switcher

The OS switcher

My latest hack is for dual-booters: The OS switcher lets you select the operating system (OS) you wish to boot at the flick of a switch, anytime. Booting the OS of your choice no longer requires you to sit in front of your computer, wait for a boot selection screen to show up, and then press some buttons at just the right time.

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Moving GPT partitions to another SSD

Moving GPT partitions to another SSD

I started off with one 240GB SSD having both my Windows and Linux partitions, and wanted to upgrade my PC to have 2 SSDs, one with Windows and one with Linux. I run Windows Server 2008r2, which is basically Windows 7 once you've set it up appropriately, and Arch Linux. Both are installed as UEFI sys ...

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Using GnuPG 2.1.x on Windows

I use GPG, specifically GnuPG, on Arch Linux and Windows. Both OSes mount my home directory from my NAS, which contains amongst others my GPG settings and keys. Now, my Arch Linux GnuPG installation got updated from the "stable" 2.0.x series to the "modern" 2.1.x series, which seems to use a new key ...

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Quadcopter build: DJI F450 + Pixhawk

Quadcopter build: DJI F450 + Pixhawk

My DJI F450 with Pixhawk inside. You can also see some basic telemetry on the Taranis' display.

After training with a Hubsan X4, I wanted to build a more hackable quadcopter. After a lot of research, here's what I ended up assembling. Equipment As mentioned above, I wanted to build a hackable quad, so I didn't want to go with a Ready-To-Fly (RTF) model, least of all one that comes w ...