Hi Ive been trying for days now and i just cannot work this out.
Can someone please tell me if im doing this right.
I've written some python3.3 code and now i want to transfer it to an embedded computer to execute.
My OS is a : Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.7 (squeezez) 32-bit kernel
The... (1 Reply)
I'm looking for a really simple to use lightweight database. Ideally something open-source that stores data in a (semi-) human-readable format, in case the software isn't working.
Something cross-platform enough that I can use it on my Linux machine, my Mac, or stick it on a USB stick and... (2 Replies)
First let me explain the scenario
I have tywo files as usual
file1.txt (it has n rows and 8 columns)
$1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 $8
1234567|iufgt|iuoy|iout|white |black |red |90879
1234567|iufgt|iuoy|iout|green |pink |blue |90879... (3 Replies)
I wish to build a few packages for my embedded target running linux over ARM9. It would be tough for me to compile my packages on target so I need to build on a host machine and then transfer the generated binaries. So I got the source-tarball for the packages I need. Now here are my two... (0 Replies)
yhsm-linux-add-entropy(1) General Commands Manual yhsm-linux-add-entropy(1)NAME
yhsm-linux-add-entropy - Seed the Linux entropy pool with data from YubiHSM TRNG
The YubiHSM uses "Avalanche Noise" TRNG together with USB SOF jitter sampling to feed a DRBG_CTR algorithm (NIST publication SP800-90). The
result has been verified as being random data of good quality by at least one third party cryptographer. <http://sartryck.idg.se/Art/
Use this program to add random data from the YubiHSM to the entropy pool of your Linux operating system. This is useful whenever lots of
random data is needed, such as when generating chryptographic keys (GPG-keys), on a server terminating SSL sessions etc.
You may run this script from cron, or in a while-loop. Make sure it does not run at the same time as something else accessing the YubiHSM
though, or the two tasks may interrupt each other - probably making both fail.
OPTIONS -D, --device
device file name (default: /dev/ttyACM0).
enable verbose operation.
number of iterations to run (default: 100).
bits per byte read to use. 8 is probably fine, but as a conservative default 2 is used.
enable debug printout, including all data sent to/from YubiHSM.
0 Entropy added successfully
Report python-pyhsm/yhsm-linux-add-entropy bugs in the issue tracker <https://github.com/Yubico/python-pyhsm/issues/>
The python-pyhsm home page <https://github.com/Yubico/python-pyhsm/>
YubiHSMs can be obtained from Yubico <http://www.yubico.com/>.
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