Tag Archives: linux

Checking Library Dependencies in Linux for cross-compiled Applications

ldd not working for you? Frustrated that you don’t know the dependencies for your cross-compiled application? Trying to find out what libraries your GUI needs without installing everything? Compiled your ARM application on an X86 machine? For all of the above annoyances, try readelf. It … Continue reading

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Interesting Things – (Linux Kernel Names)

I’d like to turn this post as a template for future one’s on similar lines. About the little things in technology make the geek in me chuckle once in a while, when I’m fighting deadlines and general annoyances. I recently … Continue reading

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RMS and LAS

It’s well known that Richard Stallman, strongly defends his views on free software. I recently stumbled on this video while surfing on YouTube for GNU/Linux. The interviewer here (Brian) tries to bring up a valid point but uses a very self … Continue reading

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