I'd like to remind you that the workshop takes place this Wednesday. The
idea of the workshop is to get familiar with the ways kernel-mode can
break and what can be done to find out what broke. As it's a workshop
everyone is welcome to share his experience.
If you intend to attend, please skim through the lab setup instructions
in the wiki .
You're actually not required to follow the setup recommendation, but it
still might be a good idea bring your laptop and prepare the tools
(install required packages, clone git trees), so that you would be able
to readily try anything you find interesting.
It's a good idea to use a bare metal machine (as opposed to a vm) that
you can restart abruptly (should be safe with modern filesystem, but
anyway...). I'll bring some pre-setup laptops if that's a problem for
Ladies and Gentlemen,
would anyone around be interested in attending a workshop on basics of
finding and debugging (and eventually fixing) common issues with Linux
Topics I'd initially cover would include leveraging in-kernel debugging
facilities, techniques for capturing debug output from various crashes,
understanding the captured data, and modifying, building and loading the
altered kernel code with more debugging code or an actual fix.
Basically the only requirement would be knowing some C.
I was thinking to organise an exercise, so it would be best to bring your
laptop. If someone does not have one, I will lend mine to do the tasks. We
will discuss also some things that I didn't cover last week, but the
important is to set up your own DNS and see how it works.
Στις 3 Φεβ 2014 10:17 ΜΜ, ο χρήστης "shady" <shady(a)ynet.sk> έγραψε:
> i just want to ask - is it necessary to bring a notebook,
> or will this one be more like a discussion ?
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> From: "Panagiotis Palias" <panagos81(a)gmail.com>
> To: public(a)base48.cz
> Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2014 11:55:25 PM
> Subject: 2nd DNS workshop
> On 4th of February, at 20:00. Will not last more than an hour.
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I'm looking for 3+ small (roughly 2 - 5mm) magnets for hall effect
sensors for our rostock if anyone have spare ones.
Or a recommendation for some local shop where can I buy these.