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Linux and L2TP -- a peek under the hood (part 3)

The Linux Kernel has supported L2TP since 2007. In series of posts we take a look at how to make use of the Linux L2TP Application Programming Interface (API) using the C programming language. This third and final post covers debugging and unmanaged tunnels.

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Linux and L2TP -- a peek under the hood (part 2)

The Linux Kernel has supported L2TP since 2007. In this series of posts we take a look at how to make use of the Linux L2TP Application Programming Interface (API) using the C programming language. This second post in a series of three looks at the details of writing to the kernel L2TP API.

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Linux and L2TP -- a peek under the hood (part 1)

The Linux Kernel has supported L2TP since 2007. In series of posts we take a look at how to make use of the Linux L2TP Application Programming Interface (API) using the C programming language. This first instalment in a series of three covers application architecture.

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Does real-time matter any more in Linux?

From the earliest days of its adoption in embedded devices, Linux has had a number of alternative add-ons that give it real-time capabilities. Many of these have come and gone. None were ever deemed suitable for inclusion in the mainline.

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Embedded Linux: Look how far we've come

Here at Katalix, embedded Linux has been our core business for 10 years. Over that time we've seen a lot of developments in the embedded software industry. With the re-launch of our website, it seemed like a good time to reflect a little on the changes we've seen

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