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SPO600 – Conclusion

Introduction Unfortunately I was unable to finish the packages I chose too look into for this course(mpich, and blender). It was much too early to start trying to port blender, and mpich continued to have problems through the course. Final … Continue reading

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Analysis of mpich

Introduction mpich is a “high performance” and “widely portable” implementation of MPI(message Passing interface). It is a standard for message passing for distributed memory applications used in parallel computing. I will be analyzing this program to find assembly, in-line assembly, … Continue reading

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Analysis of Blender

Introduction Blender is a very powerful, open source, 3D animation suite. It allows for modeling, rigging, animating, game development, and many more amazing features. Blender is cross platform, it runs on windows, mac, and linux. This is a attempt to … Continue reading

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SPO600 – Lab 4 – Codebase Analysis

Introduction In this lab we are downloading a rpm package and searching it for assembly language. We will be looking for .s and .S files, along with searching inside .c files for in-line assembly. It’s also good to search for … Continue reading

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SPO600 – Lab 3 – Assembly Language

Writing Assembly Programs This was a very fun and interesting lab for the SPO600 course. I apologize now for the length of this blog post, but I wanted to document everything I learned, even some of the less important information. … Continue reading

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SPO600 – Lab 2

Analyzing Binary Files x86_64 In this lab for spo600 we are compiling a c hello world program, with a few different compiler options, and analyzing the binaries with “objdump”. Using the program objdump, and a couple of it’s options we … Continue reading

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SPO600 – Lab 1

The first lab for the course SPO600 is to review two different open source software packages and their review processes. I will be researching the process for the software packages: Ansible and Python. Ansible – GPLv3 Ansible is a configuration … Continue reading

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