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Linux 2.6.39.4 how to find available loadable kernel modules

I'm customizing the 2.6.39.4 linux kernel on an arm platform and trying to test out a "Hello World" driver I created. I selected "M" (loadable) in the kernel make menuconfig and verified that it ...
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My own linux Chorded keyboard driver and interface to my embedded application

I wan to develop my own keypad driver to my own keypad. I have to used GPIO to identify Key Events and used I2c to get scan code. I am going to develop keypad driver like this. #include ...
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How to disable logging to serial terminal - embedded linux

I have an embedded device running embedded linux and I connect to it using a serial port. I am capturing the logs I need using cat proc/kmsg into a file in a background process. I would like to not ...
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Development environment for embedded system [closed]

I need to develop software in C/C++ for an embedded system. I have Debian 6 running off of a USB hard drive. I would like to be able to generate a stripped-down kernel with modules, and install them ...
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Not able to mount HFS partition in Linux (SD Card)

I am trying to mount an HFS Plus partition in my Linux embedded target(2.6.35) and I ended up with the following error: "mount -t hfsplus /dev/mmcblk0p9 /mnt" mount: mounting /dev/mmcblk0p9 on /mnt ...
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Unmounting Detachable devices (eSATA,USB storage) in Linux

A detachable device like eSATA, USB drive can be abruptly removed (by simply pulling the plug). If there are open file handles on a partition, then this partitions won't unmount, i.e. the Linux ...
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Please comment on Hackbench performance on my embedded Linux device

I could not find this info any where else. I am trying to figure out if the hackbench result on my embedded Linux device is good enough. uname -a Linux 2.6.26-rt #5 armv6l Processor : ...