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=== Appendix A. High-Level Block Diagram ===
 
=== Appendix A. High-Level Block Diagram ===
For more details see Appendix A [https://cdn.hackaday.io/files/7799333672416/snickerdoodle-book.pdf here].
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=== Appendix B. Connectors ===
 
=== Appendix B. Connectors ===
For more details see Appendix B  [https://cdn.hackaday.io/files/7799333672416/snickerdoodle-book.pdf here].
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examples and helpful resources for further reading.
 
examples and helpful resources for further reading.
  
For more details see Appendix C  [https://cdn.hackaday.io/files/7799333672416/snickerdoodle-book.pdf here].
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=== Appendix D. wpa_cli Network Configurations ===
 
=== Appendix D. wpa_cli Network Configurations ===
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sections.
 
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For more details see Appendix D  [https://cdn.hackaday.io/files/7799333672416/snickerdoodle-book.pdf here].
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For more details see Appendix D  [[The_Snickerdoodle_Book_Original|here]].

Revision as of 16:25, 20 January 2021

Appendices

Appendix A. High-Level Block Diagram

For more details see Appendix A here.

Appendix B. Connectors

For more details see Appendix B here.


Appendix C. wpa_supplicant.conf Network Configurations

This appendix contains a set of example network configurations for wpa_supplicant.conf with various security types. Common network security types have been chosen to be included here, however, they are not the only security schemes that are possible. The wpa_supplicant man page contains some additional examples and helpful resources for further reading.

For more details see Appendix C here.

Appendix D. wpa_cli Network Configurations

This appendix contains sets of commands used to configure network settings using wpa_cli. Each of the commands are variants of the set_network command and should be preceded by commands required to remove or add networks to the network list and followed by commands used to check the status of and finalize the connection, as described in the previous sections.

For more details see Appendix D here.