Monthly Archives: June 2011

Boot a Kernel over Serial with U-Boot and Kermit

I’m doing a little bit of work that involves frequently rebuilding the Linux kernel and installing it on a headless ARM board. The particular ARM board I’m working with has some vendor support for flashing kernels, but it’s slow and clunky, and I have to run it inside a Windows XP VM. The ARM board […]

Telecommuting Has Benefits, Too

Recently I’ve run across a few articles (on Hacker News and elsewhere) about the drawbacks of telecommuting. I agree that there are drawbacks, but I believe that they can be counterbalanced by the benefits under the right circumstances. The Right Circumstances Not every person is cut out to telecommute, and not every job is suitable […]