The TP-Link TL-WN725N is a small USB Wifi adapter that can be used on any type of computer. The version 1 of this product works out of the box with the 3.6 Raspberry Pi kernel but the version 2 does not. In order to make it work on Pidora you need to build the module with the latest Pidora kernel or you can just download the module I built:
gzip -d 8188eu.ko.gz
install -p -m 644 8188eu.ko /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/drivers/net/wireless
I also contacted the #Pidora maintainers on Freenode to request if they can add it to the Remix.
This year on April 27th we attended the FLISOL (Latin-American open source installation festival). We gave several presentations about the Fedora Project and did some installations. Here are the pictures:
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Hi! I’m back in the blogging world after some time. As you may or may not know, I have been participating in the Fedora Project for a while as an Ambassador for Argentina. I’ve also been involved in FreeMedia, Marketing and Social Media.
As I have been using Red Hat based distributions since I was a kid and Fedora for the last few years, I decided to start getting into the engineering process of Fedora and become a packager.
On January, I started to package vert.x (BZ #894119) but since this project has some legal problems I didn’t continue with the review process.
Last week, looking for a way to open my keepass database in a console, I found a 3k lines perl script called kpcli that did exactly what I needed. (keepass is a GUI tool that lets you store passwords safety into an encrypted database). I created a kpcli spec file (BZ #1002324) and went to all the steps in the packaging process. I’m waiting for a sponsor to approve me as a packager in order to push it into the repositories.
I also packaged 2 required dependencies for its package, perl-Term-ShellUI (BZ #1002319) and perl-File-KeePass (BZ #1002321).