Tag Archives: freebsd

Uniquification

Fancy word, don’t you think? Well, it is a fancy feature too! Now let’s imagine this scenario: we have a kernel object full of ubiquitous types like uid_t, ushort, struct proc and so on. And with this kernel, we have … Continue reading

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CTF header I.

Now that we have the CTF data at our disposal, we need to parse it and get meaningful information out of it. As usual, every format contains a header that consists of data-wide preferences and stuff like version or a … Continue reading

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My FreeBSD setup

For some time now, I have been using OS X on my MacBook happily as my web-browsing, film-watching, BZFlag-playing operating system. But for my developer needs, I use FreeBSD with occasional experimenting (or just portability checking) on OpenBSD. I would … Continue reading

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