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Namespaces Tutorial: Isolate Your Linux System | Toptal
Toptal engineer Mahmud Ridwan dives into the Linux kernel with this in-depth guide to Linux namespaces, and how you can use them to create robust isolated environments on your Linux machine.
linux  process  name  space  c  virtual  network  lxc  container  group  4*  chroot 
september 2015 by ianweatherhogg
UEFI Shell | Intel® Developer Zone
Home >> | Back to Courseware Access page >> | Back to Other Courseware Content page >> |   UEFI Curriculum About UEFI
uefi  shell  intel  boot  process  file  system  4* 
august 2015 by ianweatherhogg
The Kernel Boot Process - Gustavo Duarte
The previous post explained how computers boot up right up to the point where the boot loader, after stuffing the kernel image into memory, is about …
linux  kernel  boot  process  disk  image  bios  memory  map  5* 
december 2014 by ianweatherhogg
On designing a product in 10 days
In 2012 I decided to show me creative process 'live' by designing a product in just under 40 hours. It was a chess set for the blind.
design  process  chess 
september 2014 by ianweatherhogg
mplayer-mode - Control mplayer from Emacs; mainly intended for use in transcription and note-taking.
mplayer  emacs  mode  process 
june 2014 by ianweatherhogg
How should Etags be used? : emacs
How do people use etags? By that I mean, as the project grows, does the etags command need to be ran every time new functions are added? Is it possi...
emacs  tag  reddit  process 
may 2014 by ianweatherhogg
ZPark-Ztream II (Part 1/3): Fancy Spark Streamed Machine-Learning & new Scalaz-Stream NIO API - Mandubian Blog
ZPark-Ztream II (Part 1/3): Fancy Spark Streamed Machine-Learning & New Scalaz-Stream NIO API …
scala  scalaz  stream  processing  spark  process  task 
march 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Emacs-esqlite - sqlite file manipulate utilities
melpa  emacs  sqlite  helm  process 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
ProcessManagement - Greg's Wiki
Do not use kill -9, ever. For any reason. Unless you wrote the program to which you're sending the SIGKILL, and know that you can clean up the mess it leaves. Because you're debugging it.

If a process is not responding to normal signals, it's probably in "state D" (as shown on ps u), which means it's currently executing a system call. If that's the case, you're probably looking at a dead hard drive, or a dead NFS server, or a kernel bug, or something else along those lines. And you won't be able to kill the process anyway, SIGKILL or not.

If the process is ignoring normal SIGTERMs, then get the source code and fix it!
linux  process  manager  5* 
august 2013 by ianweatherhogg
Tuxicity - Blog
Individual posts give emacs tips
blogs  emacs  async  ert  test  process  5*  tip  lisp 
january 2011 by ianweatherhogg
Running Processes
Nice article on how processes are initiated and ran on differing favours of Linux and BSD
linux  programming  process  thread 
october 2010 by ianweatherhogg

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