Tag Archive for 'linux'

Debugging Linux Kernel Modules with VirtualBox and KGDB

I found a few different pages with information on debugging a Linux kernel with kgdb. There wasn’t a single source with all the information I needed to get set up and working though. So here is how I set things up on my Linux host machine to debug a target Linux kernel running in a […]

Adding more disk space with LVM2

I’ve always known that virtualizing things can make management of all types of resources easier. Recently, I had the most pleasant experience adding disk space to a virtual machine. Of course, if you use LVM, this can happen just as easily with real physical disks, but for me, I was able to do this without […]

An Open Source Library for Writing Firmware on the Cypress FX2 with SDCC

After playing around with the Cypress FX2 and SDCC for the past while, I’ve developed a library of utilities that make some of the common tasks for writing firmware and performing certain functions a little easier. I’m lucky to work for a company that approves of the open source initiative and believes that it is […]

A few open source tips for the Cypress FX2LP (EZ-USB Cy7c68013A)

I’ve had the enjoyable experience of playing around with the Cy7c68013a chip on the Ez-Usb development board for the past few weeks. I thought I’d post a few tips for developing in this type of environment with open source software. Convert to Linux The tools that Cypress provides with the development kit are Windows based. […]

Timing C/C++ Code on Linux

For my last post, I played around with C++ and a little programming competition. While on the topic, I decided I’d get slightly more serious and enter the next challenge. One of the things that slightly annoyed me during the process is having to compile/run the program on Windows to enter the competion, while I’m […]

Using Multiple Python Environments With Gentoo

It’s been some time since Python 2.5 became stable and released. Version 2.5 has plenty of new features that have helped me in deciding that it was time to go ahead and start using it for primary development of all my new projects. One of the reasons I was still using version 2.4 is that […]



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