Contiki Over the Air Programming: Beyond Deluge
location: linuxexchange.com - date: October 3, 2014
I am working with Deluge as implemented for Contiki on the TmoteSky platform. I have more or less followed the advice set forth here: My first post about OAP in Contiki.
In writing my first round code, I have noticed that for dissemination to occur (e.g. consider two motes: sender mote A and receiver mote B) mote B has to have a file of the same size and name as the file that is to be distributed by mote A.
I have just finished reading the Deluge publication paper and believe this to be exactly what it is supposed to do.
However, I am looking for an OAP protocol (preferably already implemented in Contiki on TmoteSky) that allows for the receiving mote to NOT have a version of the dissemination file already.
This is so that the receiving mote(s) can be updated with a completely new code base. I.e. so that a file of the same name and size doesn't have to exist already on the receiving mote(s).
My questions are:
1) Assuming I understand the functionality of Deluge theory and its Con
contiki over the air programming
location: linuxexchange.com - date: March 19, 2014
I'm getting started with contiki on the sky mote through a project. I'm trying to get over the air programming to work right now.
I've been looking through examples/sky-shell-exec and apps/shell/. I feel that I need some combination of the functionality that is provided through sky-shell-exec and possibly test-deluge or codeprop. However, reading through the code has lead to me some conceptual roadblocks concerning what code needs to be implemented and what code is already provided in order to get some over the air programming functionality (I'm very new to this and haven't had much embedded systems exposure at all). I apologize for my questions being at sometimes vague and unclear but this is due to my general confusion and don't really know how to proceed any better. I am mainly looking to get something small (example program) working right now that simply can send code to a mote and then that mote be reprogrammed using the sent code (e.g. sent code maybe being just hello-world)
On the Air programming for Contiki
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I'm new Sky Motes on contiki and i'm trying to reprogram the nodes at run time. I've tried the Deluge and it's example in test-deluge.c which is found under examples/sky/test-deluge.c but i don't know what to do after uploading the code to node. So any Help Please ! My main target to reprogram the node on the Air
Thanks in advance
'error' for torrents in Deluge over 2Gb
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 2, 2011
I've just setup a virtual Ubuntu 10.10 machine on my server running Deluge and WebUI. The WebUI seems to work fine, but if I upload a torrent with a total size over 2Gb I just get an 'error' as soon as the torrent is run.
The download folder is a CIFS share to a NAS (Acer Altos EasyStore) folder, I can download torrents that are less than 2Gb in total without any problems.
The share is mounted in fstab:
//nas/media/torrents /mnt/nas cifs credentials=/home/jason/.smbcredentials,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_ mode=0777 0 0
I can read/write large files from the command line or Nautilus but any torrent uploaded to Deluge larger than 2Gb is flagged as 'error' as soon as it is run (with no actual error listed in the torrent details).
LXer: Legitimizing Android ROMs with Over the Air Updates
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 3, 2012
Published at LXer:
Community developed Android ROMs have come a very long way in a short amount of time. Many people now base their hardware purchase on whether or not they will be stuck running the factory ROM on it; alternatives like CyanogenMod and AOKP are simply better than what the manufacturer shipped the hardware with.
Programming for Windows Phone 8 (and beyond) on GNU/ Linux
location: linuxexchange.com - date: July 14, 2014
Since the VideoLAN programmers do write Windows 8/RT/Phone apps using Linux based operating systems and GCC I was wondering, whether there is some progress in regard to how to program for Windows in a Linux environment, where Windows is used only for testing. How easy/ hard is it, to program a Windows RT (modern UI whatever)/ Windows Phone 8 application on Linux?
I imagine a situation, where you use tools such as Git, Emacs/ VIM, GCC, Mono etc. to do the job. How about submitting the app without Visual Studio?
I ask, because Microsoft open-sourced so much stuff now, using Linux based OS for development could (should?) become feasible while developing apps for their systems. Does anybody have some behind the scenes information on this? It is very hard to find some relevant info.
Note I edited this question to be more "straight to the point"
This is the VLC Kickstarter page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1061646928/vlc-for-the-new-windows-8-user-experience-metro
SPAM deluge over at WebApps (and pretty much all over SE)
location: linuxexchange.com - date: April 24, 2014
Related: Recent Mass Football Spam
Web Applications's newest questions page is currently football-SPAM ridden to a surprising degree.
Anything ordinary community members can/should do when something like this happens (apart from draining their SPAM flag quota)? Any way to notify someone/thing to accelerate the purge?
Update: The network is fighting back apparently. Network-wide, year-long suspensions have been handed out to some of the spam accounts.
Ubuntu vs Mac for programming
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 9, 2011
hello guys, so i already fully moved to linux programming and deleted windows i think it's suck lol!.
now i see that's a lot of programmers using mac and vice versa on ubuntu
so what's better to use mac or linux ?
Angstrom/Familiar advantages over Windows Mobile
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 10, 2008
What are the advantages of running Angstrom on Pocket PC over Windows Mobile(some sort of program which has no alternative on Windows Mobile etc)? I mean is there anything particular what Angstrom is capable of and Windows Mobile is not?
SO OVER MICROBLOAT! (Microsoft) Newby question
location: linux.com - date: January 29, 2010
I did some preliminary noodling around this site but wanted to narrow my search for a suitable start point for my research...if that makes sense.
Here are the specifications for my current machine:
OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3 Build 2600
OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation
System Manufacturer Sony Corporation
System Model VGN-A270P(UC)
System Type X86-based PC
Processor x86 Family 6 Model 13 Stepping 6 GenuineIntel ~1594 Mhz
Total Physical Memory 512.00 MB ......................(Note: I am upgrading to a pair of 1GB Cards from Crucial)
Available Physical Memory 123.77 MB
Total Virtual Memory 2.00 GB
Available Virtual Memory 1.96 GB
OK, now on with my question. I have had enough of Microsoft products, but I get the fact that the world pretty much runs on this stuff. Ideally what I am hoping is that I would be able to find a linux based OS that would replace the Windows crap I am currently running. I have already gutted the office
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