Installing JBoss on Eclipse

The easiest way to get started with JBoss Tools is to use JBoss Developer Studio, which includes an installer for JBoss Tools and all its requirements. Choose one of these versions:

 If you already use Eclipse, you can install the JBoss Tools plugins into your existing Fedora Eclipse 3.4Eclipse 3.4.2Eclipse Ganymede JEE SR2 Bundle (also here), or Eclipse Ganymede BIRT bundleusing these update sites.See the complete list here or here In order to resolve all the requirements, you may need to add or enable the both of the following other update sites within Eclipse.

 That's it!


Install D-Link DWL-650+ WLAN Device under Linux - Solution madwifi

Well, there is no perfect solution for WLAN-Devices with various Linux distributions. However I did find a solution that seems to work pretty well with the Fedora distribution and the DWL-650+ WLAN Device. The only two drivers that I did find (and are working somehow) are madwifi and acx. The acx firmware/driver works only with a Kernel 2.6.10 and higher and doesn’t seem to be stable at all (also the installation is a little tricky). Sometimes I am able to connect to a network sometimes not and therefore it is not the solution I was looking for. The madwifi drivers on the other hand did work without flaws and installation was also quite easy (on fedora you need kernel-devel and sharutils). With a nice GUI you have not to deal with all the config-files and can easily set up your wireless network.

For further details see: http://www.hauke-m.de/w-lan/madwifi/


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