When I was preparing a build environment of embedded devices for automation by utilizing Docker I stumbled accross some wierdness. 1 2root@6bbe44f514f2:/build# /build/tools/bin/mips-linux-uclibc-gcc bash: /build/tools/bin/mips-linux-uclibc-gcc: No such file or directory
As I am often travelling much of my work happens during train rides. To be independent of any Internet connection I set up a local DevPi server which caches all my package needs.
As I am continuously missing some words when writing articles I was in need of some dictionary. Usually I would use dict.cc or something similar. But it is a kind of disruptive and only available with a working Internet connection.
Matthias Zimmermann gave a very exciting talk at EclipseCon Europe 2015 on the modernization of a frontend using Eclipse Scout showcasing one of their customers.
Mateo Rulli from Flairbit.io gaves an amazing talk on utilizing Apache Karaf for building an IoT plattform in no time at the EclipseCon Europe 2015.
Kai Zimmermann from Bosch Software Innovations GmbH introduced us to one of the latest contributions to the Eclipse Foundation: Project hawkBit
As a Pythonista I love the expressiveness and simplicity of the Python language. So, when some of my shell scripts are getting more and more complex I have the feeling that using Python would be more precise.
As the "Dark Knight" is flodding my home network with Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) pakets I disabled it. It is usually used in corporate network to ensure its freeness from bridge loops, which causes a so called broadcast radiation.
The easiest way to automate things respectively formulate repetitive tasks is the use of a bash script - simple but powerful. But is it really that simple?
There is a lot of confusion out there how to install and manage python packages within systems and projects. There are some rules of thumb which keep you happy when heeded.