May 2008


I do visit daily some sites and blogs and i thought to share them (well probably you do already know them :p ) .

The first is http://blog.linuxoss.com/ : It’s a really great sites wher you can find News reviews and tutorials open opens source projects, this site helped me when i wanted to install the ATi propriatary linux driver . Another site is Phoronix : Here you can find reviews and benchmarking on hardware and the latest linux or solaris Graphic Card drivers tests, they have also a great forum that you can join .

Finally there is this index site about Linux blogs ,you gotta check it out http://php.8ez.com/linuxblogs/index.php .

Hi, I just wanna wish a happy birthday to a close friend of mine 🙂 So happy 20th birthday

Hi it’s been a while since my last post, sorry about that.I’ve been busy with my studies and trying to joing an open source project. Google summer of code made me realize how fast i should improve my skills and knowledge in programming. As for now I’ve joined GIT mailing list and I’m watching how things goes and hope to be able to help with something in the near future.

Well about the title of this post, I was having some problem with matrix in C language and i always got the message Memory segment ion error or something like that and i was trying to find where i was wrong. And i found gdb, a nice debugger. At first you should execute gcc with -g option so gdb could do it’s work properly for exemple gcc -g matrix.c -o matrix and after compilation do gdb matrix this will prompt you to gdb type run to run the program into debugging mode.I hope that this will be helpful if you are used to compile with gcc and need a debugger.