It’s quite common and easy to use legacy code from within a piece of managed code but sometimes it comes in handy to call managed code from legacy code. To do so, we’ll write a C++ class which will actually use a managed object but that has a plain, legacy interface. The first thing to do is to […]
Month: February 2018
How to build/install gcc/g++ from sources on a Raspberry Pi
The easiest, fastest and painless solution is using a pre-compiled package: some apt-get install stuff after added the proper repo of the distro generally does the trick. But fortunately GCC/G++ are always in progress tools and it is useful to be able to align to the most recent version autonomously.
Installing a VNC server on Linux (Ubuntu Mate)
For my Odroid U3 I wanted a default startup into a console login session to have the maximum amount of resources available but I also wanted a VNC Server configured so that I can start (and stop) a graphical session whenever I want.