Recently I stumbled upon WebRTC. I started looking into this and found some useful libraries on github .
I decided to go with github.com/auduno/headtrackr">headtrackr and thought it might be easy to add this to one of the existing games on /var/www/users/kiran/index.html
Brainturk.com is yet another perl powered app that I have been working on , These games are taken from various research papers and articles published. Try it out and let me know if you have any comments/suggestions
I decided to go with Mojolicious as the framework and I have deployed it using starman and nginx. I am using Moose as the object system and started with DBIx::Class since I had not used that before and wanted to try it . It was great at the beginning when I was dealing with 1 or 2 tables but…
I had to install a version of Storable 2.30 for a client on their server and was getting the following error
failed to map segment from shared object: Operation not permitted
Can't load '/tmp/del/Storable-2.30/blib/arch/auto/Storable/Storable.so' for module Storable: /tmp/del/Storable-2.30/blib/arch/auto/Storable/Storable.so: failed to map segment from shared object: Operation not permitted at
The error was due to the fact that I was trying to build and run the tests on a /tmp directory which had noexec enabled , moving to a different directory solved this issue
Getting started with gdb , some notes on this
objdump (otool on osx) is a program to examine a binary.
To examine perl run the command
objdump -D /usr/bin/perl |grep -A40 main.:
Interesting to see the function call
objdump -D /usr/bin/perl |grep -A400 main.: |grep call
to get the output in intel syntax add the option -M
objdump -M intel ...
for the following c program
printf("hello world \n");
-g flag to give gcc access to source co…
Gabor has a post here where he points out that the level of interaction is lower than the other blogs, he mentions blogs.perl.org and chromatic's blog as an example.
On more than one occasion I have typed in my comment only to realize that you need to be logged in to comment ( Gabor's , blogs.perl.org and chromatic's blog all require login) . I understand spam is a issue but if you want me to login to comment I will most probably not do it .
I am not saying that o…