This is about debugging techniques, reading code, software maintenance and general rants about anything I feel like writing about. Security and testing related posts may also appear from time to time.
|An accidental trip to Disneyland
|Drunken idea productionised
|Security B-sides London 20/04/11 field report
|Opting out of government data sharing in Switzerland
|Pub quizzes should be replaced with code reviews
|Drunken abuse of the filesystem to implement associative arrays in shell
|Fear and Loathing in Saxony
|House hunting in London
|My first desert
|Tracking down a memory leak in multithreaded C application
|A general troubleshooting guide for NFS performance issues on Linux
|The OOM killer may be called even when there is still plenty of memory available
|Example of using gdb and strace to find the cause of a segmentation fault
I am Adrien Kunysz. I enjoy playing with Unix systems, breaking things, fixing things, reading code and tinkering with low level components and tools (kernel, libc, debuggers,...). I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or as Krunch on Libera. You can find more about me on my LinkedIn profile.