When you try to build, for instance in a markdown file, a link to a local file whose name contains lot of white spaces, some parsers will not allow these white spaces and thus the local links will not be operational.
To create a bootable USB under linux is really straightforward. The following steps should be respected to guarantee the success of this operation:
- plug your USB flash drive into your PC
fdisk -lto identify the name of your USB drive. Be aware, this step is crucial and any mistake at this point can wipe data on other drive(s)!
- If you identified the name of your USB drive (for instance
/dev/sdb1) than you should use it in the following operation:
df if=/path_to_iso_file.iso of=/dev/sdb
output file(recall that under Linux everything is considered as a file!).
- Pay attention, you should be aware of the non-existence of numbers in the name of the USB drive
- That’s it! Enjoy!
Svn is a software versioning and revision controlling system that can be used to organize your code written in any programming language. I use it often locally to organize my latex, vhdl, SystemC or other types of files. Here you can find some instructions how to use it locally
This tutorial was executed on a Fedora 21 distribution but will work also on other more recent releases. Fedora has an awesome way to find actual boot time. Only you have to do is to execute the following command in your terminal:
If you want to use the latest Modelsim versions under Fedora 21, you may experience some problems. I’ll show you how to get rid of these problems to run successfully Modelsim. This tutorial is done initially under Fedora 21, but will also work under Fedora 22.
Some linux distributions impose to use
GUID Partition Table) insted of traditional
MBR. If you have an already installed linux system using
MBRpartition table and you want to convert it to a freshly new
GPTtable without data loss, here is the solution.
In this tutorial you will learn how to build your own customized blog using jekyll.
Welcome to my blog. Here you’ll find very soon some tutorials about HW/SW (co-)design, modelisation, tools configation, linux tips, writing tips, open source, …
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