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Hello World with JamVM Embedded JVM on Ubuntu ARM

While waiting for my BeagleBoard xM shipment, I was considering Java as one of the possible application platforms. Anyhow, the keyword “embedded Java ARM” landed me to the tiny JamVm. This JVM is said to be working with ARM Cortex A8 which can be emulated under QEMU running Ubuntu ARM. The fact that there had [...]

Ubuntu ARM on QEMU Processor Emulator

There are times when you need to try things on virtualized environment before hand e.g. 1) checking application functionality or 2) actual device shipment is still on its long way. Those were also my cases with ARM Linux. Unlike virtualization in production environment however, putting software to emulate CPU architecture will slow down the guest [...]

Running Raddle (2): snmpd & Replay Custom Private Enterprise MIB

Net-SNMP wiki gives tutorial on extending snmpd using Perl. In basic run of Raddle (previous post) this involves r1.pl called by r1.conf fed to snmpd. Private enterprise MIB i.e.¬†Microchip’s in this example can be replayed without really ever captured the real device’s SNMP data. This is necessary when the actual device is yet existed; normal [...]

Running Raddle in RHEL

Raddle is a great SNMP player written in Perl. I say player to this emulator application, meaning that I can append or dump snmpwalk output from a device and then replay that from Raddle. Installing it can be both simple and tedious tasks. I used Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 inside a virtual machine (VirtualBox) [...]