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Leonard Kevin McGuire Jr.

This is my collection of things that I desire to publish out there for you to read, use, or reference. I have attempted to create a simple tag system to help you navigate the content. The default view will simply list everything. I hope to improve the design of this portal to my collection of things over time. Enjoy!

    github:                 https://github.com/kmcguire3413
    email:                  kmcg3413@gmail.com
    country:                US
    preferred-languages:    rust, python, c, assembly(ARM,X86,X64_86,AVR,PIC)
    website-software:       pypagey (might publish to github one day)

PYTHON I/O DEMO SOCKETS MS-SQL-SERIES MICROSOFT SQL MERGE SELECT INSERT RUST GUIDE EASY ARM CROSS-COMPILE RUSTC SYSTEM-SOFTWARE KERNEL USER-MODE-SCHEDULING THREADS THREADING RUST-DEV LINK UBUNTU WANDBOARD EMBEDDED LINUX LOOPBACK DEVICE DISK IMAGE PROJECT RTLSDR SCANNER RADIO SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIO DSP C TOR INTERNALS POINTERS CODE LIFETIME-SPECIFIERS MS-SQL UDF TABLE RSA SSH-KEYGEN GC GARBAGE-COLLECTOR HISTORY DEBIAN GNURADIO SETUP GO CUSTOM-BOX LINKED-LIST CONDITIONAL-COMPILATION CRATES RAW-PACKET LOW-LEVEL-NET LIBRARY NETWORK DNS TCP IP UDP NIM PORT CHALLENGE FUN POLYMORPHISM COMMUNICATION CHANNELS MESSAGES ASN ASN.1 CONSOLE KSPLICE HOT-PATCH NAMED PIPE PROGRAMMING IPC


Putting The Wandboard To Work
UBUNTU WANDBOARD EMBEDDED LINUX LOOPBACK DEVICE DISK IMAGE PROJECT

In this project I work with the wandboard, which is a quad core ARM board with 4GB of onboard RAM. My goal in this project is to get the board up and running and from there I may start other projects that depend on this one.

Tor Internals
LINUX C TOR INTERNALS

This is my scratch pad for the moment about the internals of Tor. https://www.torproject.org/about/overview.html

MS-SQL Internals
LINUX C TOR INTERNALS

This is my scratch pad for the moment about the internals of MS-SQL.

KSplice: Automatic Rebootless Kernel Updates
LINUX KSPLICE KERNEL HOT-PATCH

I was directed to a very interesting document which describes in fairly low detail how ksplice is able to update a live running linux kernel with security patches automatically with no programmer intervention if the patches do not contain data structure changes or change the semantics of the program. [http://www.ksplice.com/doc/ksplice.pdf]

Linux Named Pipes
LINUX NAMED PIPE C PYTHON RUST PROGRAMMING IPC

I hope this is a good resource for named pipes on linux.