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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are building a server for monitoring network traffic "data in motion" We need support with some of the Items: The machines will have 6 couples of physical gigaethernets bypass couple of Ethernet plus management, The Debian host machine will virtualbox different VMs: a) IDS IPS b) DLP in data in motion. c) Net flow Sensor. d) Deep packet inspection DPI http://www.xplico.org https://www.elevenpaths.com/labstools/foca/index.html http://sourceforge.net/projects/networkminer/ http://www.haka-security.org/hakabana.html https://security-onion-solutions.github.io/security-onion/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/vortex-ids/ http://qosient.com/argus/ https://www.bro.org/ http://www.capanalysis.net/ca/ http://secviz.org/content/the-davix-live-cd http://www.ntop.org/ https://sourceforge.net/projects/flowviewer/ http://www.aptivate.org/en/work/projects/pmgraph/ http://nfsen.sourceforge.net/ https://isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/New+Tool+NetWitness+Investigator/5351/ https://www.stamus-networks.com/open-source/#selks https://sourceforge.net/projects/security-onion/ Some more also considered.
Skills: Embedded Linux Network Security Security Analysis
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $110 - Posted
I am developing for an ARM Linux board using my windows machine. I am using Sourcery CodeBench from Mentor (basically just eclipse with some pre-configured settings). I am having an issue debugging using GDB. When I launch the debug session I get the "Missing shared library symbols" dialog as shown in attachment. And as the dialog indicates, I do experience erratic debugging. I need assistance from an embedded Linux firmware expert who is familiar with using Windows as the host development machine to fix this issue. I'd like to get on a skype call and share my desktop, give you mouse control to diagnose and the issue.
Skills: Embedded Linux ARM Firmware Engineering
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $10 - Posted
Hello i am looking for a build/make expert who has known on resolving compiling error or performing make clean,make -j4 , lunch script for android Regards
Skills: Embedded Linux
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are trying to complete a project that the previous team failed with. The product being developed is LAN Windows Server system. The server acts as an admin to client PC's connected on the LAN. This 'Admin' service stores info on all the PC's in the network. Some of these PC's will have a windows client (Delphi .exe) installed. The Admin service will send work requests to this exe. (this is all working) There are 3 requests that do not work. Create Disk Image (and store this image in Admin database), Wipe/Erase Disks, and Restore Image on local PC from copy stored on server. The above 3 are currently handled by a Linux in-memory O/S. How? The client .exe alters the boot.ini to boot up with Linux, then issues a reboot command. When Linux boots up into memory it reads a file with BASH scripts (we think) and executes the scripts. After completing the work Linux reboots PC back into windows. (the above is a summary, there is more to it of course) The piece we need help with is this: 1. We need to get the in-memory Linux to properly execute the scripts for the work that has been requested by the Admin server. We get parse errors. 2. Information about the work completed must get back to the Admin for storing in the DB. (eg the image being backed up) 3. Upon completion, reboot client PC into Windows. PART 2 The above is sort of working now for us with XP PCs. boot.ini is being changed (but not changed back) so linux just keeps rebooting itself. we are createing the image, but its not getting stored in Admin. We are at a loss how to debug linux scripts. This is all XP. However, with Vista came the new "Boot Loader" or BCD. BCD is the new way. So, in addition to the above which works for XP it wont work for Vista, W7, W8, W10. We need a different approach. Some have suggested Windows PE, while others think a PowerShell executing bcdedit commands would work. Basic Goal: What we want to do here, and dont really care 'how' it is done, is to be able to 1. Create an Image of the client PC partitions and store these on the server. and, 2. Restore the images if requested to do so by the Admin and. 3. Wipe the PC's hard drive if requested to do so by the Admin Is in-memory Linux the right way? Is Powershell the way to go? Or maybe Windows PE (in memory) might be best choice? Lets talk! I should add that for you to do this project you will need a couple of local VM's W2003 Server + Windows XP and for BCD testing, a W7 PC. Update: We have been urged to closely at Windows PE as this in-memory OS could potentially be used to achieve the above goal.
Skills: Embedded Linux Bash Windows PowerShell Virtual Machine
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Hello We want to use openwrt for our new startup but we need to customize openwrt firmware. All details will be provided during interview. Please apply only if you are experienced and ready to start now. Thanks
Skills: Embedded Linux OpenWrt
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Enopte has developed an Energy Management System ( refer www.auzimax.com ) and is seeking a reliable and qualified Raspberry PI / Linux developer to join the team. The first project includes: RS485 (proprietry protocol) -> RS485 Modbus RTU protocol converter for solar inverter. You will be provided a detailed specification. I look forward to your application. Regards, Mark
Skills: Embedded Linux Raspberry Pi Serial Port Interfacing
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We are looking to use a Raspberry Pi as a USB speaker. The Raspberry Pi will be used to accept audio over USB from a smartphone and output to the Raspberry Pi speakers (either USB or 3.5mm). This will be software (most likely an application or driver) developed for the Raspberry Pi. Requirements: - Must work with both Android (Android 5+) or iOS (iOS 9+) devices - A Raspberry Pi 3 running the newest version of Raspbian should be the minimum supported platform, however, using on other variants of RPi/Raspbian would be a bonus.
Skills: Embedded Linux Linux System Administration Raspberry Pi