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Chronicles of iplist in Debian NSLU2 part 2

Part 2 chronicles my first attempt to build iplist on the Debian NSLU2. I started by using the official packages from the main repository, and the “standard Debian” build method used by iplist.
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I seemed to recall it is possible to use QEMU to set-up a virtual slug on a desktop PC, and work from there. However, I opted to work directly from the slug itself. I was not sure if this is a good idea or not, but I just wanted to get started and not mess around with a virtual machine at this time. Furthermore, some of the Debian NSLU2 pages in NSLU2-Linux site appeared to have been spammed/defaced while I was working on this, and I could not find the relevant info I need.

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