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Multitasking in the Linux Kernel: Interrupts and Tasklets

The handler function can be quite long, which is improper considering the fact that it is performed within the context of disabled hardware interrupts. Therefore, it was decided to divide the handling of interrupts into two parts (they are called top-half and bottom-half in Linux).

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What is a Good Command-line IRC Client on Linux

Xmodulo: Now replaced more and more by forums, social networks, or mailing lists, IRC was once the method of communication of the web. And if it stands today as the last bastion of hackers and bearded Linux users, it remains one of the fastest and most specific channel of communication. If...

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Embedded Development with ARM mbed on Linux

How to set up your Linux machine to write control programs for an ARM-based microcontroller using the mbed platform.

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How to Install a Seafile Server to Run a Private Cloud

I keep all of my private data on a cloud that I run and own. I have used a couple of open source file sync and storage solutions, including ownCloud, and recently came to know about Seafile which is quickly becoming my favorite.

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How to Install and Update Software on openSUSE Like a Pro

Easily install software, update your machine, and even add repositories (so you can install third-party applications) on openSUSE using YaST2.

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