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A Peek Into Open Source Verilog Simulator

Verilog, a hardware description language, is used to model electronic systems, and to design and verify digital circuitry at the register-transfer level of abstraction. It can also be used to verify analogue circuits…

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Carry Out Data Mining and Machine Learning with WEKA

WEKA is a collection of visualisaton tools and algorithms for data analysis and predictive modelling. It is very popular among users and developers as can be seen by the large number of downloads….

Jumpstart Linux Kernel Module Programming

Here’s an introduction to the Linux kernel module, along with an explanation on how to write a simple pluggable module to the Linux kernel and load the module into the existing kernel. The…

The CloudSim Framework: Modelling and Simulating the Cloud Environment

CloudSim provides a generalised and extensible simulation framework that enables seamless modelling and simulation of app performance. By using CloudSim, developers can focus on specific systems design issues that they want to investigate,…

Secure Your Network with Firewall Builder

A firewall isolates a trusted, secure internal network from another network like the Internet, which is not regarded as either trusted or secure. Firewall Builder is an open source product that makes it…

Set Up a Certificate Authority in RHEL5

Security certificates are widely used for authentication. This article explores how to set up a Certificate Authority in RHEL5. Security certificates are basically used for authentication purposes and you must have encountered a…

Monitoring and Graphing Your Network With Cacti

Cacti, an open source network graphing application, utilises RRDTool, a data logging and graphing system for time series data. Read on to learn more about it. Cacti monitors both the incoming and the…

Explore the Power of the Bench Calculator

This second article on the mathematical journey through open source takes you through the basics of the bench calculator. Faced with the limitations of the shell command expr and other shell constructs, let’s…

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