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Implications of Shellshock bug on Simulink Support Package for PandaBoard

Asked by MathWorks Support Team on 15 Oct 2014
Latest activity Answered by MathWorks Support Team on 16 Oct 2014

I am using the Simulink Support Package for PandaBoard hardware.  Is this affected by the Shellshock bug?



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Answer by MathWorks Support Team on 15 Oct 2014
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To know more about the Shellshock bug please refer to the following post:

The PandaBoard is a low-cost, single-board computer designed for digital signal processing. The PandaBoard features TI's 1 GHz, dual-core ARM® Cortex®-A9 processor, provides stereo audio and digital video (1080p) connectivity, and supports USB, RS-232, and Ethernet.

You can learn more about the PandaBoard at the following link:

MathWorks offered a Simulink Support Packages for PandaBoard hardware through its R2012b to R2014b general releases. This support package downloads and installs a Linux image which is affected by the recently unveiled Shellshock bug.

As of October 17, 2014, this support package is not patched for Shellshock bug, and the Simulink Support Package for PandaBoard hardware is no longer available.

For additional information, please contact:

MathWorks Technical Support

Phone number: 508-647-7000

OR submit a new request here:


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