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Debugging and contributing on Alpine Linux

In one of my previous posts I explained my renewed router / home server. One task of the box is to serve video/audio content on DLNA. One of the easy selection in this area is minidlna to do the streaming. So I grabbed the first working minidlna docker container, which in practice Alpine Linux based […]

linux based router reloaded

Hi, It’s been a long time since I set up my mini-itx based router/download machine. It got a few unavoidable HW upgrade (power supply, new HDD) but the performance of that is remained. From SW point of view however, it has a lot more load and responsibility. The HD age with the smart TVs are […]

C++ library for my LED cube

In the last two years I was mainly interrested in exploring C++. One result of my learning is the subject of this post. I started to reimplement the snake game using C++11 for the LED cube. Later I divided the code into two sections. The general part became a base library for creating games or […]

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3D snake game for the LEDcube

Hi! I’ve just finished the next application for my FadeCube, a 3D snake game! It is a very small pure C application, developed under Linux with CodeBlocks IDE. It uses a multithreaded solution. Actually it is my first try to use POSIX threads. The first thread is listening for the keyboard. Another one is computing […]

My Linux based router

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