Archive for the ‘Tutorial’ Category

Step-by-Step : Install Odoo 9 on Ubuntu 14.04

June 2, 2017

Here is our experience how to install Odoo 9 on Ubuntu 14.04 (Desktop or Server), step-by-step.

Step 1: Before begin the installation
Make sure your Ubuntu has all the latest versions & patches by doing an update:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

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SMS Forwarder

May 13, 2012

A couple weeks ago I was trying to find how one mobile phone could act like a router or a switch. It could forward all incoming SMS or messages to another mobile phone. Because I have a problem with my phone. After a few days I was searching by googling, then I found this useful mobile application for Symbian OS. It’s called SMS Forwarder.

Most mobile communication operators provide call forward service. But few of them provide SMS/MMS forward. If you look for a solution to solve the problem, SMS Forwarder is the answer.
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A Tutorial : Build "Hello, World" in Android

February 9, 2012

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Installing VoIP Server less than 1 hour!

January 19, 2012

Most of poeple already know VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). Nowadays people always want to get connected each other. The cheapest way to communicate is using VoIP. A lot of vendors provide VoIP services. However you could build your own VoIP server for your own purpose with only less than 1 hour! How can be?  (more…)

Sistem Operasi : Remastering Linux

October 29, 2011

Kali ini mari kita mencoba membuat (remastering) Linux sesuai keinginan kita. Banyak sekali petunjuk yang tersedia pada Internet mengenai ‘remastering Linux’ baik yang berbahasa Indonesia maupun yang berbahasa Inggris.

Berikut beberapa link tentang ‘remastering Linux’:

Silahkan bagi teman-teman yang mau mencoba dan belajar teknik ‘remastering Linux’ bisa mencoba salah satu link di atas.

Network Simulator-2 (NS-2)

October 16, 2011

Network Simulator-2 (NS-2)

This page contains useful links to learn Network Simulator-2 (NS-2), Network Animator (NAM) and implementation of Ad hoc Network, AODV routing protocol, IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee LR-WPANs

NS2 :

  1. Install NS2.31 for ubuntu 7.10 http://alkautsarpens.wordpress.com/2008/02/05/install-ns231-for-ubuntu-gutsy-710/
  2. Tutorial for network simulator http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/ns/tutorial/
  3. The network simulator http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/ns/
  4. NS manual http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/ns/doc/index.html
  5. NS by example http://nile.wpi.edu/NS/
  6. NS2 – workshops, tutorials, presentations http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/ns/ns-tutorial/index.html
  7. NS2 contributed code http://nsnam.isi.edu/nsnam/index.php/Contributed_Code
  8. http://ns-2.blogspot.com/
  9. Workshop on NS-2 – http://www.wns2.org
  10. NS2 Learning Guide
  11. How to interprete the NS2 tracefile
  12. NS Simulator course for beginners
  13. NS-2 Resource page
  14. Network analyzer for NS-2
  15. NS2.26 Source Original Documentation
  16. About Packet delays
  17. NS nam search : http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/htdig/search.html
  18. Pedro Vale FAQ NS2 Tips
  19. Zigbee/IEEE 802.15.4 Module for NS2 simulator : http://www.cs.uwm.edu/~mukul/wpan.html
  20. How to evaluate MPEG video transmission using the NS2 simulator?
  21. NS2.33 Documentation
    http://www-mobile.ecs.soton.ac.uk/scripts/viewvc.cgi/ns-2.33/
    http://www-mobile.ecs.soton.ac.uk/scripts/viewvc.cgi/ns-2.33/wpan/

NAM :

  1. Network Animator http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/nam/

NS2 for IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee LR-WPANs :

  1. Simulation of IEEE 802.15./ZigBee With NS-2
  2. IEEE 802.15.4 Mac Implementation in NS-2
  3. Low Rate Wireless Personal Area Networks (LR-WPANs) NS-2 Platform
  4. Simulative Investigation of ZigBee/802.15.4

 

AWK n GNU :

  1. The GNU AWK user’s guide
  2. http://www.gnuplot.info/
  3. Demo Script gnuplot – http://gnuplot.sourceforge.net/demo_4.2/

TCL/OTCL :

  1. Tutorial OTCL : http://bmrc.berkeley.edu/research/cmt/cmtdoc/otcl/tutorial.html

Trace File :

  1. NS-2 Trace Formats : http://nsnam.isi.edu/nsnam/index.php/NS-2_Trace_Formats
  2. The example Awk file for 802.15.4 : http://www.ifn.et.tu-dresden.de/~marandin/ZigBee/scripts.html
  3. The example Awk file for 802.11 (using cbr packet) : http://zbinwu.blogspot.com/2010/10/analyze-ns-2-trace-file.html

Sharing Internet Connection using ppp0

August 20, 2011

I have a usb modem with internet connection. And I need to share its connection to my PC Desktop. So, here is my experiment howto share internet connection via ppp0.

My laptop is using Ubuntu 11.04 with 2 connections: ppp0 and Eth0. My PC Desktop is connected to my laptop using cross-cable with Eth0. I use static IP address for both Eth0.
To share ppp0 connection, I just need install ‘firestarter’ in my laptop.

~$ sudo apt-get install firestarter

Then configure ‘firestarter’ to select the device which connected to internet and enabled the internet connection sharing.

Instalasi aplikasi pada Android Emulator Pada Ubuntu 10.4

August 20, 2011

Berikut ini adalah pengalaman saya dan Abdi Wahab ketika mencoba
instalasi Android Emulator pada Ubuntu 10.4. Maksud kami menginstall
Android emulator pada Ubuntu adalah untuk mencoba aplikasi SIPDROID
yang sedang kita kerjakan sebelum ditanam kedalam embedded device.

 

Nah…berikut adalah langkah-langkahnya (step-by-step)

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What is Mobility Model?

April 14, 2011

Mobility models represent the movement of mobile users, and how their location, velocity and acceleration change over time. Such models are frequently used for simulation purposes when new communication or navigation techniques are investigated. Mobility management schemes for mobile communication systems make use of mobility models for predicting future user positions.

In the study of a new Mobile ad hoc network protocol, it is important to simulate the protocol and evaluate its protocol performance. Protocol simulation has several key parameters, including mobility model and communicating traffic pattern.[1] Mobility models characterize user movement patterns, i.e. the different behaviors of subscribers. Traffic models describe the condition of the mobile services.

For mobility modelling, the behaviour or activity of a user’s movement can be described using both analytical and simulation models. The input to analytical mobility models are simplifying assumptions regarding the movement behaviors of users. Such models can provide performance parameters for simple cases through mathematical calculations. In contrast, simulation models consider more detailed and realistic mobility scenarios. Such models can derive valuable solutions for more complex cases. Typical mobility models include

and others

How to submit paper to Journal IEEE – (Step-by-Step)

January 26, 2011

Last week I’ve send our survey paper to IEEE Journal for Surveys and Tutorials. It’s my first time experience to submit our paper to IEEE Journal. But before you submit your paper, you should choose what the right paper for you to submit. You can check to this link. And the information for Authors, you can read the detail in here. So, this is my experience. I’ll try to explain step-by-step how to submit paper to IEEE Communication Surveys & Tutorials:

  1. Visit the website http://dl.comsoc.org/livepubs/surveys/authors.html
  2. Click link ‘Register here’ on the right side to create an account.
  3. You will need to fill the form showed, such as : Email(s), and Name. There are three screens to fill out in the Create Account process. In this first screen, enter your name and e-mail information into the boxes below. Required fields are marked with “req.” When you are finished, click “Next.”
  4. Then will show 2nd form. Enter your primary and secondary address information into the boxes below. Required fields are marked with “req.” When you are finished, click “Next.”
  5. The last step, you need to create UserID & password. And don’t forget to fill out keywords. Enter your desired User ID and Password into the boxes below. You will be asked to enter your User ID and Password each time you log in. Your User ID cannot contain any spaces; your password must be at least 8 characters in length. If you are planning on being unavailable for a period of time, enter the dates into the “Unavailable Dates” area. Please do NOT upload your manuscript in this area. Once you have finished creating your account, you may enter your Author Center to submit a new manuscript. When you are finished, click “Finish.”

After all those steps, you can login using your UserID and password and then submit your paper.