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DNS client on STM32 Nucleo and W5100

December 13, 2015


I am still working on a device consisting of STM32 Nucleo F103RB with a W5100 Ethernet shield. This time I included a DNSĀ client, so that the device can connect to a server by knowing its name. The name resolving can be invoked by using the POSIX functions getaddrinfo and gethostbyname. DNS queries can have different […]

JTAGduino: JTAG connection using Arduino

August 10, 2014


One of my personal project ideas is JTAGduino: using Arduino as a JTAG adapter. I wrote a couple of posts about it, and today I managed to connect it to a real target. All the code that I used here is present on my JTAGduino GitHub repository. I have an Olimex STM32-P152 board, and I […]

Ongoing project: Arduino as a JTAG adapter

January 7, 2012


I started a project to try to useĀ Arduino as a JTAG interface to perform debugging, programming and scans. The objective is to have a setup like the following diagram: The complete project should include: Arduino sketch OpenOCD integration Python API Arduino shield with common connectors etc. In particular the shield should have: Level shifters between […]

List of Convergence SSL notaries

October 13, 2011


I talked about Convergence before: Convergence: fixing SSL security New Convergence notaries emerge The main list of Convergence notaries is on this Wiki page: Notary list : share and find notaries! Notaries I suggest to add every notary on that list and immediately disable it in the Firefox add-on options, then take your time to […]

Linux kernel official mirror

October 2, 2011


Recently the main Linux website,, was compromised by an hacking attack. Since then, Linus Torvalds decided to use GitHub as the master repository for the whole kernel (here the announcement), and has been down for a long time. This has broken some of my old tutorials on this blog. In my tutorials, I […]


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