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I have been struggling with a B3 server that I just bought. I have a WD Caviar Red 2TB drive (which I read somewhere also uses the 4K sectors). I installed the 3TB update from here: http://wiki.excito.org/wiki/index.php/Updating_your_B3_to_support_3TB_disks . Then I installed the regular B3 software...
- 28 Dec 2009, 15:21
- Forum: Development
- Topic: GNU Assembly Programming on the Excito Bubba (original)
- Replies: 0
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Hi all. I have been trying to get a very simple assembly program working on the Bubba. Here is the code: # # hello.s - As simple a program as you can get. Just to get a compile # and successful run. # .section .text, "x" .global _start _start: ADD r0, r0, r1 MOV pc, lr The code compiles just fine, b...
- 28 Feb 2008, 17:14
- Forum: Bubba Server Support
- Topic: armv4t vs armv4tl architecture argument to as
- Replies: 1
- Views: 1337
Unfortunately I do not have an answer to your question. Instead I have been having trouble getting any assembly code to work on the Bubba. I am currently trying to learn ARM assembly. I am using GNU Assembler (as it seems you are as well). I am trying to assemble the following source file: ---- .sec...
FYI A sent an email to a Sun employee asking about options for a VM on ARM/Linux. This is the response I got: Thank you for your interest in Sun's Java SE for Embedded Use technology. The requirements for the embedded JRE for Linux/ARM eval currently available at our website as a download are as fol...
- 29 Aug 2007, 13:49
- Forum: Howtos
- Topic: Bittorrent usage via the command line or an API
- Replies: 3
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I am wondering if anyone knows how to use the bittorrent capabilities of the Bubba server via either the command line or an API (if there is one). I would like to create a browser plugin that will automatically add torrent files into the download list.
I have been looking into getting a java environment set up on my Bubba since day 1. I have found this information: http://java.sun.com/javase/embedded/ It looks like Sun supports Java Standard Edition on ARM, but they may charge money for it. Hope this is helpful to someone. I will continue to search.
Thanks for the info. I am interested in setting up my machine to tell me the drive temp automatically every time I log into it via ssh. I have successfully installed hddtemp via your instructions. However, when I run it I get the following error: bubba:/dev# hddtemp /dev/hda WARNING: Drive /dev/hda ...