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351 Kernel customization via make menuconfig - Linux Kernel Compilation (or a Kernel Build)
 
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Join for a course: https://www.the-toffee-project.org/the-linux-channel/index.php?page=courses Suggested videos: Linux Kernel Compilation http://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=52-videos-linux-kernel-compilation Linux Kernel Programming http://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=38-videos-linux-kernel-programming Suggested Research: Linux Kernel Architecture http://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=121-videos-linux-kernel-architecture TrueBench - CPU core benchmarking tool http://truebench.the-toffee-project.org Visit The Linux Channel: http://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org by Kiran Kankipati: contact: http://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=contact checkout my other Youtube Channel: The FreeBSD Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJw9nWDKusxN8DinZNu8swQ
Views: 1981 The Linux Channel
0x1b6 make menuconfig - options | Device Drivers | Linux Kernel Compilation and Module Selection
 
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I conduct classes worldwide on Networking, Linux, Linux Kernel, Systems software programming, Open-Source and Research. Here is a list of courses I currently offer: http://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=courses Also watch my detailed episode on: 351 Kernel customization via make menuconfig - Linux Kernel Compilation (or a Kernel Build) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYEInLKtyl4 C O N T A C T [email protected] V I S I T: Website The Linux Channel : https://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org C H E C K O U T: The FreeBSD Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJw9nWDKusxN8DinZNu8swQ by Kiran Kankipati: contact: https://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=contact #TheLinuxChannel #LinuxKernelBuild #LinuxKernelModules
Views: 248 The Linux Channel
02 - Include tsc2007 module using menuconfig option in make
 
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Cross compile Raspberry Pi kernel to inslude tsc2007.ko: http://helloraspberrypi.blogspot.com/2014/03/cross-compile-raspberry-pi-kernel-to.html
Views: 649 Andr.oid Eric
Basic overview of the  kernel config
 
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Once you search for what you are looking for if you press the numbers on the side it will take you too the place in the config for you to set it. After the modules install you have to make sure that the kerenel is in your /boot before regenerating grub. I forgot to mention that -- This community is built on the principle that sharing knowledge is good for humanity. If you believe in this philosophy too, then you have found a welcoming home. Regardless of your level of knowledge in Linux based Distros, we all have something to share. We encourage all users and developers to share their knowledge with us here in the Linux Distro Community. Our linux community is a place where people from all over the world meet and discuss GNU/Linux distros, free software and open source through various social mediums. https://www.linuxdistrocommunity.com/
Views: 1074 Irishluck Linux
What is a '.config' file? |What is ‘make menuconfig'? |Interview Question |Linux Device Driver|#0005
 
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Views: 110 PsychicProgrammers
Managing Linux Kernel Configurations with Config Fragments - Darren Hart, VMware
 
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Managing Linux Kernel Configurations with Config Fragments - Darren Hart, VMware With well over 10,000 unique configuration options it can be difficult to make your Linux kernel configuration a deliberate one. Each new version introduces new options, renames some, and removes others. A static config is convenient at first, but it doesn’t distinguish between deliberate choices and the defaults, making it difficult to evaluate changes and prepare for upgrades. Configuration fragments have been part of build systems like the Yocto Project for years, and later became more common with the addition of the merge_config.sh script to the upstream Linux kernel. Darren will explore the complex task of Linux kernel configuration management through some common scenarios and pitfalls, and show how granular configuration with fragments provides for a more deliberate and more manageable approach to Linux kernel configuration management. About Darren Hart Darren is the Director of the Open Source Technology Center at VMware. He leads the engineering team in their efforts to contribute to open-source projects as well as role model and advocate for open source best practices within VMware. Prior to VMware, Darren spent 7 years at each of Intel and IBM where he worked on real-time Linux, embedded platform enabling, ACPI specifications, open hardware, and safety critical software. He has maintained the x86 platform drivers in the Linux kernel since 2014. Darren has degrees in Computer Engineering and Computer Science from Brigham Young University. He lives with his wife and two children in Portland, OR.
Building a KERNEL using CROSS_COMPILE option in menuconfig
 
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A new feature in Linux 2.6, demonstrating with ARM target and omap3_beagle_defconfig
Views: 1184 Tiago Maluta
How to Compile & Build Android Kernel 👨‍💻🛠️📲
 
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Steps to Configure, Build & Flash your own Custom Android Kernel: Requirements: A PC/Laptop with Linux-based OS & Quad/Dual Core CPU (hyper-threaded processors preferable) 8 / 4 GB of RAM Android Device with Unlocked Bootloader Patience STEPS TO SETUP THE ENVIRONMENT FOR BUILDING THE ANDROID KERNEL: 1. Open Terminal 2. Execute this command: sudo apt-get install -y build-essential kernel-package libncurses5-dev bzip2 3. Download the Source Code of your device from GitHub: LineageOS: https://github.com/LineageOS?utf8=✓&q=kernel&type=&language= Motorola: https://github.com/MotorolaMobilityLLC?utf8=✓&q=kernel&type=&language= Samsung: https://opensource.samsung.com/ OnePlus: https://github.com/OnePlusOSS?utf8=✓&q=kernel&type=&language= Xiaomi: https://github.com/MiCode/Xiaomi_Kernel_OpenSource/ LG: http://opensource.lge.com/osSch/list?types=ALL&search=kernel HTC: https://www.htcdev.com Sony: https://github.com/sonyxperiadev/kernel-copyleft Others: Google and XDA are your best Friends 4. Download the NDK for Toolchain https://developer.android.com/ndk/downloads/index.html 5. Extract both the Source Code and NDK 6. Make a new folder and rename it to "kernel" for easy reference 7. Move both Extracted "Source Code" and "NDK Folders" to "kernel" folder 8. Rename The Source Code folder to the name of device and other folder to ndk ******************************************************************** STEPS TO CONFIGURE & BUILD THE KERNEL: 9. cd kernel 10. export CROSS_COMPILE=/home/yourusername/ndk/toolchain/arm-linux- androideabi- 4.9/prebuilt/linux-x86/bin/arm-linux-androideabi- (Here replace the yourusername with the username of your terminal or just copy the path as shown in video) 11. cd motog (cd to your Source Code Directory) 12. make clean && make mrproper (Make sure you execute this command in Source Code folder) 13. export ARCH=arm (The Architechture of my phone's CPU os ARM based & it's 32-bit CPU. If yours is a 64-bit processor then you need to type arm64) 14. Open your kernel source code folder go to "arch/arm/configs" 15. Find that "yourdevicecode_defconfig" (Replace yourdevicecode_defconfig with the codename of your device. falcon in my case for Moto G) 16. make yourdevice_defconfig 17. make menuconfig (Make whatever Changes you want and finally save it with somename.config) 18. make –j4 (4 is the number of cores of the CPU of my Laptop. You need to change it according to your Laptop/PC) ******************************************************************** STEPS FOR FLASHING THE KERNEL: 19. Copy the zImage file to platform tools folder (the one having adb and fastboot files) If you don't have the platform tools, download it from here: https://dl.google.com/android/repository/platform-tools-latest-linux.zip 20. Check whether device is connected by running: adb devices 21. If you get some permission error, just disconnect your device & go to Developer Options & Click Revoke USB Debugging authorisations & connect again One message might pop up on your device. Just click Allow 22. Restart the device in Fastboot (Bootloader) mode and connect it to your Laptop/PC: adb reboot-bootloader 23. Check whether the device is connected by executing: fastboot devices 24. If you get the serial then it is connected 25. Boot the Kernel without flashing permanently: fastboot boot zImage Your device will automatically restart and you can verify whether the kernel is the one you built by looking at the kernel version in About Device where you'll see your Terminal's name 26. If you want to flash Kernel permanently then execute: fastboot flash zimage zImage ******************************************************************** For more reference head over to these links: https://forum.xda-developers.com/moto-g/general/tut-how-to-compile-aosp-cm-kernel-t2880399 https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2152819 https://www.astronyu.com/how-to-flash-an-android-zimage-kernel-with-adb-shell.html ******************************************************************** My other Videos: If you don't have / don't know how to install Ubuntu: https://youtu.be/n-nS660EmYM After installing / Live booting Ubuntu try some cool tricks: https://youtu.be/Zwo_XalAxaY Wanna spend your holidays? Try this beach: https://youtu.be/hLIZ9p2kD0U 😄 Subscribe (IT'S FREE) 😄 : https://goo.gl/Rh8SQQ BGM: Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds & Alan Walker Song: Elektronomia - Alan Walker - Force [NCS Release] Video Link: https://youtu.be/xshEZzpS4CQ Song: Elektronomia - Cartoon - On & On (feat. Daniel Levi) [NCS Release] Video Link: https://youtu.be/K4DyBUG242c Song: Alan Walker - The Spectre (no copyright - SONG ONLY) Video Link: https://youtu.be/_lfOjYWVRMA
Views: 14016 SAIDEEP DICHOLKAR
make menuconfig
 
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LinuxKernel3.16のmake menuconfig
Views: 3014 鯨井貴博
Raspberry Pi - First Boot Configuration and WiFi Configuration
 
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This video demonstrates the Raspberry Pi first boot configuration and set up steps, and also shows how to configure a compatible WiFi device connection, or you can simply connect the Raspberry Pi to your home router using a standard CAT5e / CAT6 Ethernet cable. Raspberry Pi Hardware Compatibility List: http://elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPeripherals This video supports instruction in the graduate Digital Information Management Certificate (DigIn) program at the School of Information Resources and Library Science, University of Arizona. For more information on DigIn and the certificate program, visit http://digin.arizona.edu.
Views: 43050 Bruce Fulton
Tutorial: Building the Simplest Possible Linux System - Rob Landley, se-instruments.com
 
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Tutorial: Building the Simplest Possible Linux System - Rob Landley, se-instruments.com This tutorial walks you through building and booting the simplest possible Linux system, first under QEMU and then on real hardware. We cover kernel configuration and building, native vs cross compiling, initramfs creation (and other root filesystem options), installing and booting, the init process and system bringup, running an app, adding an example server (sshd), and finally we'll add a native toolchain to compile "hello world" on the target. Rob Landley I used to maintain busybox and a tinycc fork, currently maintain toybox and aboriginal linux, was briefly linux-kernel documentation maintainer, made initramfs use tmpfs, co-founded Penguicon, inexplicably wrote stock market investment columns for The Motley Fool for a few years long ago, youtube video of me throwing liquid nitrogen into a swimming pool has been viewed over 10 million times... you know, the usual.
Views: 128882 The Linux Foundation
RetroPie: Configuration Editor - Easily update your config settings
 
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Overview on how you can use the configuration editor in RetroPie to adjust your settings. This makes it much easier to make tweaks and to reset them if you make a mistake. Wiki entry for Configuration Editor https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Configuration-Editor
Views: 56636 Floob
make menuconfig - kernel speed and preemtion model answer
 
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An answer for http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/45143/how-to-disable-dma-when-using-uart-on-the-raspberry-pi-2/
Views: 165 Alexey Vesnin
C# - How to save user settings
 
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Instead of working with custom INI files save user settings using the .Net Framework by Fabio Scopel
Views: 68015 Fabio Scopel
How to Change default boot order, and waiting time on Linux (Multi-boot)
 
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Editing GRUB using nano and Linux therminal to change boot menu settings: This video is describing how to change the boot order and booting wait timeout. If you don't like to use sudo at the begining of each command, you can type su and press Enter. It will ask for your password, and it would keep it. Ok, let's get started. Note: First, write or remember the order of your boot menu items, and keep in mind that line numbers start from 0, and Not 1. Open your terminal window by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T 1- Type:     sudo nano /etc/default/grub (This will open grub, which is the place for all these boot configs) 2- Find     GRUB_DEFAULT= X 3- Change the Value of X to the line number that you like to be your default boot. 4- To change the default waiting time, Find and change the value of Y in GRUB_TIMEOUT= Y 5- Press Ctrl+O to Save 6- Press Ctrl+X to Exit 7- Type:     sudo update-grub to update your settings That's it. If you have any question, please feel free to ask it in YouTube comments On my website: http://subtledesign.net/index.php?id=learning-lounge&post=how-to-change-default-boot-order-and-waiting-time-on-linux-multi-boot
Views: 39556 Vargha Hokmran
Kernel Upgrade - Gentoo (December 2018)
 
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This is a video detailing a kernel upgrade, from copying and upgrading the configuration file to compiling the kernel and configuring grub to recognize the upgraded kernel in the boot sector. Here is a list of instructive commands that I follow during this process: cp /usr/src/linux/.config ~/kernel-config-`uname -r` sudo eselect kernel list Available kernel symlink targets: [1] linux-4.14.83-gentoo * [2] linux-4.19.0-gentoo sudo eselect kernel set 2 sudo eselect kernel list Available kernel symlink targets: [1] linux-4.14.83-gentoo [2] linux-4.19.0-gentoo * cd /usr/src/linux sudo cp /boot/config-4.14.83-gentoo /usr/src/linux/.config sudo make olddefconfig ##This sets all new options to default recommended status sudo make silentoldconfig ##This option goes through all new changes and asks the user for input ## Example: Anticipatory I/O scheduler (IOSCHED_AS) [Y/n/m/?] (NEW) sudo make modules_prepare sudo emerge --ask @module-rebuild sudo make && sudo make modules_install && sudo make install sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
Views: 306 Jason Minns
Make a Menu in BASH useing Case statements
 
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http://BASHscripts.info
Views: 29206 Kris Occhipinti
make menuconfig Fritz!Box Kernel
 
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make menuconfig Fritz!Box Kernel
Views: 1710 moe lin
BUILD OPENWRT,  BUILD GUIDE ,BARRIER BREAKER 14.07
 
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setup openwrt so you can compile your own firmware sudo apt-get install subversion build-essential libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev gawk flex quilt git-core sudo apt-get install git git clone git://git.openwrt.org/14.07/openwrt.git ./scripts/feeds update -a ./scripts/feeds install -a ./scripts/feeds update -i make clean make dirclean make distclean make menuconfig make -j 3 TOM NARDI Openwrt Build Guide:Start to Finish,download here. http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=40921506323361567392
make menuconfigでaufsを有効化する
 
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.configを読み込んだ後、aufsのサポートを有効化した
Views: 654 uncho
make menuconfig Fritz!Box Kernel
 
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make menuconfig Fritz!Box Kernel
Views: 577 moe lin
Le "make menuconfig" Cross Compilation Synology
 
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Usage de l'utilitaire Make Menu config dans une cross-compilation. Cette exemple dans le cadre d'une compilation pour une plateforme Synology
Views: 1224 Sébastien Joly
8. kernel menuconfig
 
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kernel menuconfig
Views: 1282 aind2009
How to Make Your Own Custom Minecraft Menu
 
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In this episode of OMGcraft, Chad shows off how you can create your own custom Minecraft main menu, without having to know how to code, with this simple mod. Download the Mod: https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/custom-main-menu Mod Documentation (Wiki): https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/custom-main-menu/pages/custom-main-menu Check Out OMGchad Merch at http://helloomg.com ● DISCORD: http://discord.gg/omgcraft ● TWITTER: http://twitter.com/omgchad ● INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/omgchad ● TWITCH: http://twitch.tv/omgchad ● PATREON: http://patreon.com/omgchad ● OMGCHAD: http://youtube.com/omgchad ● EMAIL: [email protected]
Compilando e instalando Kernel Linux
 
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Usuario: sistemas contraseña: 1234 contraseña root: 1234 Distribucion: Debian 9.5 Version de kernel isntalada: 4.9.0 Espacio en disco: 21GB Maquina virtual: Virtual Box 1- Primer paso, preparamos el entorno Paquetes necesarios # apt-get update #apt-get install build-essential libncurses5-dev gcc libssl-dev bc 2- Descargamos el Kernel, en este caso la version 4.14 # cd /usr/src # wget https://cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v4.x/linux-4.14.8.tar.xz 3- Descomprimimos tar xf linux-4.14.8.tar.xz 4- Configuracion En este paso podemos generar un archivo de configuraciòn ".config", el achivo base que va a contener las directrices que tendra que seguir el compilador para generar el kernel. Tenemos varios mètodos, por un lado usando la herramienta "menuconfig" que mediante un programa interactivo podemos generar nuestro archivo ".config", por el otro podemos usar el archivo ".config" de nuestro kernel actual y en uso, de esta forma nos aseguramos que el kernel que estamos compilando y va a reemplazar al que tenemos en uso va a estar contruido para nuestro sistema. A modo demostrativo mostramos el mètodo interactivo y luego el otro. Ademas, tomamos nota del kernel actualmente instalado y en uso. # uname -r el kernel es el 4.9.0-6-686 Primero generamos el ".config" con menuconfig # cd /usr/src/linux-4.14.8 # menuconfig Esta es la herramienta interactiva para generar dicho archivo, desde aqui podemos preparar nuestro kernel, una vez configurado guardamos y salimos. Esto nos crea el archivo ".config", cada configuración debe hacerse a conciencia de lo que se busca con el kernel que estamos generando. Como el proposito de este tutorial es generar un kernel e instalarlo en nuestro sistema vamos a tomar las configuraciones del kernel que tenemos instalado y actualmente en uso anulando lo que hemos hecho en el paso anterior, asi nos aseguramos que despues de la instalación nuetro sistema va a funcionar correctamente. # yes "" | make oldconfig Notese que el comando responde de forma automatica todas las preguntas con la opcion marcada por defecto (y/n), esto por que al importar las configuraciones de nuestro kernel actual y al compararlas con el kernel nuevo existen opciones extras o nuevas, por eso dejamos que conteste de forma automatica. En este punto ya tenemos un archivo ".config" generado a partir de las configuracines actuales de nuestro sistema, es decir, que el kernel que vamos a compilar esta hecho para el sistema en el que se compila. 5- Compilando # make Cuando ejecutamos ese comando (siempre dentro del directorio en el que estamos compilando) se pasa a crear el kernel, a compilarlo. Este paso puede demorar bastante tiempo, incluso mas de una hora, dependiendo de nuestra capacidad de procesamiento. 6- Modulos Ahora nos queda compilar e instalar los modulos # make modules una vez terminada la compilacion de modulos los instalamos # make modules_install 7- Instalacion del kernel En el directorio "/boot/" encontramos los archivos que corresponden al kernel, el programa GRUB basicamente lo que hace al momento de elegir el SO cuando encendemos la computadora es buscar el kernel, cargarlo en memoria y asi poder cargar el sistema operativo. La instalacion supone reemplazar los archivos correspondientes en el directorio "/boot/" y modificar el menu de GRUB para que apunte al nuevo kernel, recordemos que en este caso el GRUB apunta al kernel "4.9.0" y el nuevo es el "4.14.8" # make install 8- Reiniciamos y esperamos que todo haya salido bien :) # reboot
Views: 557 Sergio Luis Pernas
Add a Custom ActionBar with SETTINGS MENU (Toolbar) - Android Studio Tutorial (Part 2)
 
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Add a Custom ActionBar with SETTINGS MENU (Toolbar) - Android Studio Tutorial (Part 2) *STEPS:* 1) follow part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-3L3CgYXkU 2) make a style for your toolbar 3) make a menu layout resource file 4) make style for your popup menu and customize the menu 5) add methods for popup menu settings functionality How to customize and add your own toolbar or action bar in android studio with settings three dot menu button How to add your own toolbar in android studio How to customize toolbar action bar in android studio
Views: 41601 TechBrah
0x1be VLOG & my Workflow | Raspberry Pi - Device Drivers | Virtual Network Device Drivers
 
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0x1a4 Why I don't work on Device Drivers? || The Linux Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXGG1pV4md0 C O N T A C T [email protected] V I S I T: Website The Linux Channel : https://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org C H E C K O U T: The FreeBSD Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJw9nWDKusxN8DinZNu8swQ by Kiran Kankipati: contact: https://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=contact #DeviceDrivers #RaspberryPi #LinuxKernelNetworking
Views: 118 The Linux Channel
Compile Linux kernel source code(stable 5.1.7) under Ubuntu 18.04LTS environment
 
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Compile Linux kernel source code(stable 5.1.7) under Ubuntu 18.04LTS environment
Views: 20 Mohan S
Compilacion de nuevo Kernel en Debian 2015
 
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Link descarga de kerne: https://www.kernel.org Comandos: Descomprimir: tar Jxvf archivoempaquetado.tar.xz Primera libreria: aptitude install libncurses5-dev Segunda libreria: aptitude install build-essential Comenzar la configuración: make menuconfig Para "limpiar" los fuentes del kernel: make mrproper Para comenzar la configuración: make menuconfig Compilacion: make-kpkg clean make-kpkg --initrd kernel_image kernel_headers Instalacion: dpkg -i TU_KERNEL.deb dpkg -i TU_KERNEL-HEADERS.deb
Views: 756 Jhoky Studio
How to Compile and Install Linux Kernel
 
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How to Compile and Install Linux Kernel To be aware of our new videos please subscribe our channel. To Get More Information About Us Please Visit Our Website https://www.sdk-it.com Watch IT & Learn IT & Apply IT. Enjoy!
New Main Menu! - Starmade Update 0.198.131
 
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This video features an outline of the latest stable build, patch 0.198.131. This patch primarily focuses on a new main menu that is integrated with the game. It features plenty of options! Read more at the dev blog here: ► http://star-made.org/news/starmade-v0-198-131-the-main-menu Listed below are some of the major changes. - New main menu - Config options from within game - New gui graphics - In-game skin changing - Ice wedge block - Grapple beam model ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ The votes are in! See who your new councilors are here: ► https://starmadedock.net/threads/cir-... ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ What is Starmade? StarMade is a voxel-based 3D sandbox space shooter. Play in your own universe or on a multiplayer server to create, discover, destroy, customize, and design your own worlds. Check out the official site! ► http://star-made.org/ Try the free demo or buy your copy here! ► http://store.steampowered.com/app/244... Need help, want to show off cool builds? Visit the official forums! ► https://starmadedock.net/ Want to learn more about the game? Click here! ► https://starmadepedia.net/wiki/StarMa...
Views: 3827 StarMade
01 - tsc2007 in sourcetree
 
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Cross compile Raspberry Pi kernel to inslude tsc2007.ko: http://helloraspberrypi.blogspot.com/2014/03/cross-compile-raspberry-pi-kernel-to.html
Views: 347 Andr.oid Eric
How to mega menu config
 
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How to mega menu config. This tutorial cover the Cayto WordPress theme. Purchase the cayto theme: http://themeforest.net/item/cayto-woocommerce-responsive-wordpress-theme/14690165 The Documentation: http://docs.jwsuperthemes.com/cayto/
Views: 504 JwsThemes Support
0x193 My Job Interview | Extreme Networks - Bangalore, India | The Linux Channel
 
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If you boys and girls have experienced such weird and embarrassing stuff in your career, in your job or any hiring process kindly do share your incidents in the comments below. Also if you are a NRI and got any culture shock especially during hiring process when you are back to India? Kindly feel free to voice out. Its the time for a change ! C O N T A C T [email protected] V I S I T: Website The Linux Channel : https://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org C H E C K O U T: The FreeBSD Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJw9nWDKusxN8DinZNu8swQ by Kiran Kankipati: contact: https://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=contact #CareerAdvice #JobChange #ExtremeNetworksBangaloreIndia
Views: 1424 The Linux Channel
buildroot menuconfig overview
 
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you can get buildroot 2015.02 build an initramfs for the v586 Basically : on nexys4 there is only 16MB , so we want to produce a very small ramdisk image by stripping down the maximum of libs and optional features. at some point in the video we show the python interpreter configuration. Picking the python interpreter produces a 16MB uncompressed / 7MB compressed disk which is way too big for the 16MB of th NEXYS4. Anyway , this config file can be downloaded from : http://valptek.com/buildroot/dot.config.buildroot.2015.02_with_python
Views: 1135 Valptek Valptek
1b5 Difference between | Network Port vs Network Interface | Switch Port vs NIC | Job Interview FAQ
 
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C O N T A C T [email protected] V I S I T: Website The Linux Channel : https://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org C H E C K O U T: The FreeBSD Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJw9nWDKusxN8DinZNu8swQ by Kiran Kankipati: contact: https://the-linux-channel.the-toffee-project.org/index.php?page=contact #NetworkingRound #JobInterview #TheLinuxChannel
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BlazBlue CS test menu config tutorial
 
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3rd installment of my Blazblue CS videos. After having this game for about a week, I finally found a way to have the test menu save configuration changes you make thanks to Misuraluv. At long last the burden of having to put in credits to play Blazblue CS is over! Misuraluv's Tsubaki combo video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7W9tlLH9S2g JinNJoos guide: How to make a D drive in Vista - Go to Control Panel - System and Maintenance - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Go to Storage - Disk Management - Right click your main drive (most likely the C drive) and Shrink Volume. - Specify the amount of space (in MB) to take away to give to the new drive. - You have just made some unallocated space. Right click it and choose New Simple Drive. - Take the unused space and assign it the drive letter D. - Format the new drive.
Views: 3902 Sauce-Man
RECALBOX TUTO #06 - SETTINGS (Warning: see TUTO #17 for 4.1 news !)
 
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Hello friends! New video that shows and describe every menu entry. Subtitles to come. DISCORD RECALBOX: https://discord.gg/HKg3mZG DISCORD NETPLAY: https://discord.gg/pQuuvVP Download Recalbox: http://archive.recalbox.com/ Download ETCHER free (Windows / Mac / Linux): https://etcher.io/ Recalbox online store: https://www.recalbox.com/shop List of necessary BIOSes: https://github.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/wiki/Add-bios-(FR)/ Hardware list, tested/compatible: https://github.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/wiki/Compatibility-(EN)/ Console/Board Compatibility: https://github.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/wiki/Board-Compatibility-(EN)/ For technical questions: https://forum.recalbox.com/category/5/international To follow our news: https://www.facebook.com/recalbox.fr/
Views: 28799 recalbox.com
Building Linux Kernel for PandaBoard
 
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Configure and build Linux kernel for PandaBoard
Views: 1127 cyberglory86
Software-Defined Wireless Network (Mininet-WiFi - https://github.com/intrig-unicamp/mininet-wifi)
 
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Software-Defined Wireless Network -Device Controller = Raspberry -Software Controller = Pox -OpenFlow Switch = Tplink wr1043nd and OpenWRT OpenFlow enabled Goal: Create a flow for communication between wired host and wireless environment. You can follow these steps to generate your own firmware: apt-get install git quilt build-essential binutils flex bison autoconf gettext texinfo sharutils subversion libncurses5-dev ncurses-term zlib1g-dev gawk exit mkdir ~/openwrt cd ~/openwrt svn co svn://svn.openwrt.org/openwrt/trunk/ cd trunk ./scripts/feeds update -a ./scripts/feeds install -a make menuconfig Select Target Profile (TP-LINK TL-WR1043N/ND) make prereq make cd ~/openwrt git clone https://github.com/CPqD/openflow-openwrt.git //for 1.3 git clone git://gitosis.stanford.edu/openflow-openwrt //for 1.0 cd ~/openwrt/trunk/package/ ln -s ~/openwrt/openflow-openwrt/openflow-1.3/ ln -s ~/openwrt/openflow-openwrt/openflow-1.3/files cd ~/openwrt/trunk/ make menuconfig Select OpenFlow package under network Select tc package under network Select kmod-tun under Kernel Modules - Network Support Save and Exit make kernel_menuconfig Under Networking Support - Networking options - QoS and/or fair queueing select Hierarchical Token Bucket (HTB) Save and Exit make cd /etc ln -s /lib/functions.sh
Views: 7350 Ramon Fontes
make linux kernel
 
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The VM is a guest to Windows 7 64bit but the filesystem is mounted over the network which is the reason why this build is relatively slow. note the '-j' switch on the make {target} ;) I remember the days when it would take 30 minutes to build a kernel ! ..... and yes make menuconfig is for wimps
Views: 3891 shafnet
StevesVeryOwn - Does Linux Cure Loneliness? - 05/14/2019
 
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"A Place Where I Can Geek Out!" I extend an invite to new Linux users and Linux curious window users. Oh, and all experienced Linux users are more than welcome. Let's spread the word of Linux! Check out my MeWe page:: https://https://mewe.com/i/stevesveryown Join my MeWe Chat Group: https://mewe.com/join/stevesveryownlinuxtechandmore Peppermint Homepage: https://peppermintos.com/ Peppermint Forums: https://forum.peppermintos.com Check out these fine YouTube Channels to find out and understand more on Linux: Joe Collins https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTfabOKD7Yty6sDF4POBVqA English Bob https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjLSKO00DqkEPHn6lr6tpFQ Total OS Today https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcJEcTGtV0awEOgQm0lm2VQ Destination Linux https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWJUSpXVHTaHErtGWC5qPlQ Switched to Linux https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoryWpk4QVYKFCJul9KBdyw Big Daddy Linux https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtZRKfyvx7GUEi-Lr7f4Nxg TuxDigital https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmyGZ0689ODyReHw3rsKLtQ PCTLC https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuzckNxsLhiaPZnG03UjRbA Linux Quest https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG4sjJpnXADCbgHepLiercA Distro Tube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVls1GmFKf6WlTraIb_IaJg Matt Hartley https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbHXJGd7c8Hy4z0-YX1Jf3Q Sneeky Linux https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXD2cy-5xnwTcvTNoUqbnKw Das Geek https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIme1suHyN7cAGrTy8RBdhQ
Views: 126 stevesveryown
make bzImage
 
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LinuxKernel3.16でのmake bzImage
Views: 350 鯨井貴博
03 - Generate Image when Cross-compile Raspberry Pi from source
 
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Cross compile Raspberry Pi kernel to inslude tsc2007.ko: http://helloraspberrypi.blogspot.com/2014/03/cross-compile-raspberry-pi-kernel-to.html
Views: 848 Andr.oid Eric
Install pre-build ARM Cross-Compiler
 
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Install pre-build ARM Cross-Compiler from Codesourcery (arm-2011.03-42-arm-none-eabi-i686-pc-linux-gnu)
Views: 3422 Venkatesan Muthukumar
Linux 02 Difference between useradd and adduser
 
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In the previous video I created an user using adduser command. To create an user I can use useradd command, too. What are the differences between this two commands?. First, looking at the file containing all the users, I can see some differences between user david created with adduser in the previous video and the user rose created with useradd. At the end of the line bash shell is associated to user david. No shell is associated to user rose. Another difference is that adduser command creates a HOME directory for the user. Looking at the password file, we can see that there's an exclamation for the user rose. This exclamation means that no password has been set. The user cannot login to the system. useradd is a binary program. We can't undestand its contents. If we print the contents of useradd we get a lot of strange symbols without any meaning to us. adduser is an script and we can view and understand its contents. If you search inside the script, you can find calls to useradd command. adduser is sending the data entered by the user to useradd. useradd creates the user with the received information.
Views: 36 Miquel Boada
MARLIN DISPLAY Menus & Settings (3D Printers) - What Do They Mean?
 
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Hi guys, in this video, i will be going through all the display menus and settings and will try to explain each and every single one. Links: PID explanation: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PID_controller Jerk explanation: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerk_(physics) Steps per milimeter: https://youtu.be/ZfqeTzc3NpM Home Offsets: https://youtu.be/NiyU1cTTYlM Tevo Tornado with great discount: https://www.banggood.com/pt/TEVO-Tornado-DIY-3D-Printer-Kit-300300400mm-Large-Printing-Size-175mm-04mm-Nozzle-p-1186106.html?p=84280421195697201804&utm_campaign=21195697&utm_content=3312 If you like our work and want to contribute please use one of the following: PATREON https://www.patreon.com/Ruiraptor PAYPAL Use our email to send payment ( [email protected]m ) FOLLOW US ON: https://www.facebook.com/RuiRaptor/ https://www.instagram.com/ruiraptor/ https://twitter.com/ruiraptor Music by: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEfG9OLP8IY Islands by Pyrosion https://soundcloud.com/pyrosion Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 https://www.youtube.com/redirect?redir_token=-ruMB5OyqrsJNuVF4ajy-3uNvDh8MTUzMDc4NzUzN0AxNTMwNzAxMTM3&q=http%3A%2F%2Fcreativecommons.org%2Flicenses%2Fby-sa%2F3.0%2F&event=video_description&v=ZEfG9OLP8IY Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/ZEfG9OLP8IY
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05 - setup tsc2007 and i2c module
 
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Cross compile Raspberry Pi kernel to inslude tsc2007.ko: http://helloraspberrypi.blogspot.com/2014/03/cross-compile-raspberry-pi-kernel-to.html
Views: 389 Andr.oid Eric