I am Dave Jing Tian, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University working on system security. My research involves embedded systems, operating systems, and trusted computing. All opinions are my own.
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Tag Archives: Ubuntu
Last time when I hacked the Linux kernel on Ubuntu, it was 4.4 on LTS 14.04. Time flies. Now I need to hack the kernel 4.13 again on LTS 16.04, and find the kernel build broken. It is fine that … Continue reading
The most terrible thing a Linux could have may be some errors reported by the file system. It is usually caused by power outages or bad blocks/sectors within the hard drive. Eventually, as a Linux user, you may at least … Continue reading
KVM is based on virtualization instruction set – either Intel vmx or AMD svm, which provides the ability to run the VM directly without emulation or translation. In other words, KVM could only be enabled if it sees vmx/svm in … Continue reading
As a branch of Debian, Ubuntu shares the same ideas on Linux kernel build, but with some difference. This post takes a great reference to the Ubuntu official wiki page on how to do kernel build. Moreover, we are going … Continue reading