[maemo-users] sdk: finally, it's working great

From: Wayne Fiori dev9null at gmail.com
Date: Tue Mar 18 00:51:05 EET 2008
If it is your DHCP server in your home network, just bind the N800's
MAC to specific IP address in the dhcpd.conf file.

For example,
host N800 {
      hardware ethernet 08:00:2b:4c:59:23;

The same address will always be assigned via DHCP for your N800 this way.

On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 3:38 PM, Chuck Robey <chuckr at chuckr.org> wrote:
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>  I thank everyone for all the help, I went and downloaded the most minimal
>  of items, the pager "less", and it just built right up without the least
>  problems.  All those packages I was never able to get working, because the
>  dependencies were always missing, they won't be missing any more!
>  Anyhow, one real question remains.  At home, I'm used to using scp to move
>  software around between my 4 computers, and since I have static IPs, it's
>  truly easy to do.  My problem is, my N800 is a 192.168 address, moves all
>  the time, and I don't know how to open an ssh session INTO the n800, or to
>  transfer software INTO it either.  Out of, that I can handle.  The best
>  reason for wanting the ssh session to start at my main host is because I
>  want to use the full sized keyboard there.
>  - From some of you folks who might be more used than I to using dynamic IPs,
>  how do you get around this problem?
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