Wikipedia: The Atari 8-bit family is a series of 8-bit home computers manufactured from 1979 to 1992. All are based on the MOS Technology 6502CPU and were the first home computers designed with custom coprocessor chips. Over the following decade several versions of the same basic design were released, including the original Atari 400 and 800 and their successors, the XL and XE series of computers. Overall, the Atari 8-bit computer line was a commercial success, selling two million units during its major production run between late 1979 and mid-1985,[1] a total of around 4 million units.

ATARI 8-BIT ETHERNET PROJECT - "Our hope is that Atari 8-bit users will be able to connect to the internet via an Atari 8-bit Ethernet Cartridge. The current software is based on IP65 and has a very small footprint, runs efficiently, and will still allow enough "programming room" for such applications as Telnet, FTP, and even internet gaming!"

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# yum install make gcc bison flex git

# wget http://www.olsr.org/releases/0.6/olsrd-

# tar xfz olsrd-

# cd olsrd-

# make

src/cfgparser/oparse.c:422:6: warning: "YYENABLE_NLS" is not defined

src/cfgparser/oparse.c:1154:6: warning: "YYLTYPE_IS_TRIVIAL" is not defined

# make install

# cd lib/txtinfo/

# make

# make install


# nano /etc/olsrd.conf

# DebugLevel  1


DebugLevel  0

#Interface "<OLSRd-Interface1>" "<OLSRd-Interface2>"

Interface "eth0"


set ip and mask of mesh network

# setup


# olsrd


 *** olsr.org -  - ***

 Build date: 2013-08-07 20:00:48 on voip.duer9.funkfeuer.at



Parsing file: "/etc/olsrd.conf"

Debug level: 0

Link quality fish eye 0

Plugin: olsrd_txtinfo.so.0.1


Interface Defaultssetting ifs_in_curr_cfg = 0

IPv4 broadcast/multicast : AUTO (d)

Mode           : mesh (d)

IPv6 multicast           : ff02::6d

HELLO emission/validity  : 2.00 (d)/20.00 (d)

TC emission/validity     : 5.00 (d)/300.00 (d)

MID emission/validity    : 5.00 (d)/300.00 (d)

HNA emission/validity    : 5.00 (d)/300.00 (d)

Autodetect changes       : yes

IPv4 broadcast/multicast : AUTO

Mode           : mesh

IPv6 multicast           : ::

HELLO emission/validity  : 0.00/0.00

TC emission/validity     : 0.00/0.00

MID emission/validity    : 0.00/0.00

HNA emission/validity    : 0.00/0.00

Autodetect changes       : no

olsr.org -  - detaching from the current process...



persistent setup for start when boot:

put "/usr/local/sbin/olsrd" into /etc/rc.local


There are some small projects from friends next to my own private website that im hosting. Because there are no further requirements like HTTPS, i just basically installed the webserver with PHP/Python and MySQL only. Yesterday a friend told me about creating a Facebook Application where HTTPS is a requirement. Using Apache2 i'll describe here how i managed to set up SSL.