Category: Linux

Issue with logical Right shift

Logical shift operation in C, as it seems is pretty straightforward.  But I in this post, am concerned about one special issue about the right shift. We all understand the two kinds of shift present in standard C.  I am qouting from Open-std.org in their C standard. http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg14/www/docs/n1570.pdf

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IoT-Internet of Things : Hands On Spark Core

And there I was, so much excited about my new Spark module! Alas!! It didn’t go good.  For a warm welcome, there were these problems to bang my head with.  The module I received looked just alright because the shipping was not good, I got its packaging open, and it didn’t work too.  Wohoaa!!! totally […]

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Intel HEX for AVR explained

Ughhh! It really took me 2 days to understand the whole picture here.  We all know that there is a hex file generated by the “Compiler” or the Arduino IDE (lets just say it now..allow me to use loose terms here, gotta explain a little below) and that HEX file is uploaded into the controller and […]

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Video streaming on WAN_staticIP

In the previous post of  Port Forwarding & Server setup for WAN, I showed the usage of Port Forwarding and then running servers on system node and  accessing it globally. Now since we already are having static IP so why not just have the live video feed from the Kinect Camera or you may have any […]

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Cloud access to your SBC & Automation

Now in the age of Internet of Devices, almost everybody is making electronics stuff integrating internet with their electronics.  There already are new IoT devices ready to use in the market.  But what is the case with our old controllers? Well, they also are catching up with the latest SoC designed and developed under such […]

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Here Comes Our TurtleBot! Person Follower

TurtleBot, our inspiration source.  You can read the whole of it.  I was too much excited reading that and looking a lot of videos of it, then decided to make one of my own. This post is all about the design and structure of the turtlebot that we made.  I am far from being a […]

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Compile your first kernel!!

Okay, so here we are getting some linux kernel smell.  In this post, we will be compiling linux kernel version  3.7 (mainline) .   You may be compiling your kernel or atleast thinking of it, because of a number of reasons; ex- you did  a cool hack into kernel source code and wanna try it out […]

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Using VLC; Hobbyist way!

So, It was a task I wished to do 4 months back! and finally today I gotta do that.  As usual I was busy out doing nothing.  In this little tweak of mine I actually used VLC media player as you people also do, but I used it in a little different way.   As […]

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GIT on the surface : part-I Adding ssh keys

GIT, one of the fastest *distributed* versioning system, (thats a different thing  that I have worked only on  GIT)  but a lot data floating over the net says that. We all know how much GIT helps us for our projects.  I cann’t forget the moments when my programs works just fine (especially when I program […]

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Automation!! My old persistant love! Part-I

Necessity is the mother of invention..Old saying – one more proof So, winters are approaching and I was studying out one of the greatest creations of Walter Isaacson for Jobs.  Ahha, I have completed it more than half!! m/ My room is situated at the upper corner of our house.  So, its pretty isolated and […]

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