ARM is a 32-bit reduced instruction set computer (RISC) instruction set architecture (ISA) developed by ARM Holdings. It was named the Advanced RISC Machine and, before that, the Acorn RISC Machine. The ARM architecture is the most widely used 32-bit instruction set architecture in numbers produced.

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Output IPaddress of VM using ARM template

Have a ARM template (https://github.com/jmspring/arm-template-neo4j-docker/blob/master/azuredeploy.json) which will launch a instance and assign a public IP. here i need to print the IP address as ...
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ARM Debian (squeeze) USB driver with mismatch 3.3.3 kernel but /lib/modules/2.6.36

Hei guys, my sheevaplug embedded server works fine, but when I wanted to use USB, the device gets not attached to /dev/tty/USB0 lsusb shows correctly: Bus 001 Device 002: ID 067b:2303 Prolific ...
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mq_send : bad file descriptor

I have tried executing sample message queue programs on arm (linux) platform and mq_send() throws error number 9 (Bad file descriptor). 1) mq is enabled in kernel i.e CONFIG_POSIX_MQUEUE and ...
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ssh hangs in Ubuntu MaaS heterogeneous cluster

I have the following issue when using ssh on my local network. I have setup a small cluster of Xeon machines using MAAS. I have installed Ubuntu Server 12.04 on all machines and configured local ...
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Memdisk for PXE on armhf

I'm setting up a network boot server for both nix and windows distribution on LAN using bananapi board. Did it before with regular servers but what stops me now is memdisk as kernel for windows boot. ...
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How to install Ubuntu ARM image with virt-install

How do you use virt-install to create an ARM virtual machine for running an Ubuntu ARM Raspberry Pi image? The docs are unclear to me, but from reading the manpage and looking at several examples, I ...
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Using RTC to synchronize ntpd when offline

I need a stable configuration, presumably using ntpd, to keep system clock as precise as possible. Background: I have several embedded devices (arm9) running linux (currently: 3.16.1 / debian 7.2) ...