Here is a simple epoll example for polling keyboard events:
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Create the signing keys
-out "signingKey.crt" -days 365 -subj "/C=NL/ST=QC CA/L=Montreal/O=PacificSimplicity \
/OU=Dev/CN=Dev Signing Key"
Then sign the file with the following command
Here is a simple BASH script to bring down/up an interface randomly. Note there is no error checking or states... it will work if it can work. e.g if the interface is up, and the script calls up - it will be up.
Here is part 2 of the previous explanation app.
Here is a simple libudev example that performs the following:
- Enumerates static plugged in USB storage devices
- Using epoll, polls for USB and block device changes
gcc -Wall -g -o udev_example usbtest2.c -ludev