I am a Windows programmer. I also develop for Windows Mobile, Android and BlackBerry. I am using an IP Camera. It has the usual cgi scripts on it which I can access to control the camera functions. What I would like to do is browse the files on the device and perhaps upload my own cgi scripts onto the device. With a mobile device such as Android (etc) I can use certain development tools such as Eclipse. What tools are there availble for a Windows Developer to access and connect to an IP camera that has embedded Linux installed?
I have a OMAP3530 board on which our custom linux disro is working. I installed X server and matchbox into it. I just started matchbox, it is working fine but it is taking time (around 1 mins) to load. Please let me know how to reduce it.
Rajeev N Sambhu
The interactive Linux kernel map helps you traverse complex
interconnections between subsystems of the kernel while you explore
its source code. A Linux hacker, trying to track down a bug or just
understand how some subsystem works, can get exhausted just trying to
figure out what invokes what — so the kernel map comes to the rescue!
The map depicts over 400 prominent functions and structures divided
into major subsystems. You can zoom in on any function and move about
the functions graphically. The relationships among all functions are
shown through connecting lines, and clicking on any function takes you
to source code in the Linux Cross Reference and the collection of
Linux kernel documentation.
Groebenzell, near Munich, Germany
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Monday, 6 December, 2010 - 09:00
Friday, 10 December, 2010 - 15:00
2.400 EUR + 19% VAT (includes lunch and drinks (water and coffee) during the course)
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There are still some seats available in the MontaVista December 9th WI510: Linux Internals class.
This is a one-day Webex class that focuses on helping users:
- Understand how the Linux virtual memory model works
- Clarify the separation of user-space and kernel-space addresses
- Discuss the differences between processes and threads and how the Linux scheduler works
- Learn how to change the behavior of the Linux scheduler via scheduling policies
- Understand the interrelationships between the various entities that live in kernel space and their visibility in user space
For more details, see the Linux Internals training page.
MontaVista Linux is holding a Device Driver Writing class October 4-7.
You can learn to:
- Write and execute a kernel module including a /proc handler
- Create and test a Linux device driver
A strong proficiency in Linux as well as C is recommended.
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