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CMake very basic tutorial

Writing Makefiles is a complicated process. They are powerful tools and, as such, show quite high level of complexity. In order to make typical project development easier higher level tools have been raised. One of such tools is CMake. Think … Continue reading

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Conflicting DHCP server locator under Linux

In order to locate conflicting DHCP server in your LAN execute the following command: sudo dhcpdump -i eth4 | awk ‘/IP:/{SRC=$2 ” ” $3} /OP:.*BOOTPREPLY/{ print “DHCP server found:”, SRC; }’ The restart your PC network (use DHCP to get … Continue reading

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[FIXED] “not found (try using -rpath or -rpath-link)” during cross compilation

When you see the following kind of errors during cross compilation (linking phase): ld: warning: libfontconfig.so.1, needed by …/libQtGui.so, not found (try using -rpath or -rpath-link) ld: warning: libaudio.so.2, needed by …/libQtGui.so, not found (try using -rpath or -rpath-link) There … Continue reading

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Buildroot basics

If you are an embedded software developer like me chances are you use embedded Linux for the purpose. It’s Open Source, has great tools support and is a great software environment where (almost) everything could be automated through command line … Continue reading

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Computers’s helping hand

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