So, I recently needed to install a full, lastest version of libnl from their repository, so I could install py80211.
I was actually looking for the py80211 version I collabore with (https://code.google.com/p/py80211/) wich is liblorcon-related , but I ended up finding py80211, wich is libnl-related. At the end, I didn’t use that py80211 version, but I’ll still document here how to
Here are the steps to install them:
apt-get install automake autoconf libtool git bison flex swig
git clone https://github.com/thom311/libnl
Ok, that was easy!
Now we only need to clone and test the sample from the py80211 repository:
git clone https://github.com/arend/py80211
python setup.py install
Voilá. There you have it.
I’ve recently started working on a complex wordpress-based project, so I needed a full-stack solution that would help me do my work in the most optimized way.
There’s where I stumbled upon Bedrock, from the guys behind the famous theme roots.io and I’ve got to say I was pretty amazed.
Bedrock dudes have managed to:
- Keep a codebase wordpress-clean (separated app from wordpress core)
- Make me know about the possiblity to install wordpress plugins via composer
- You can even install bedrock itself through composer
- Ansible & Vagrant machines!
I’ve already used it on two more wordpress sites and It’s probably going to become a regular topic in my blog posts.
I’ve been working on openerp for about a year, and I’ve gotten used to work with vagrant.
There was a few vagrant 7 openerp configurations out there, but few (none that I could find) good ones for openerp6, so I just made one. You can get it on my github, as usual