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Tutorial: Build a Linux web kiosk browser

This third installment of Simtec's tutorial series on embedded Linux system development covers the construction of a web browser for a web kiosk system. The tutorial was written by ARM Linux kernel hackers Vincent Sanders and Daniel Silverstone (pictured), both from UK-based embedded firm Simtec El...
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Get Things Moving with a Facilitator

Organizing developers and techies has often been described as trying to "herd cats." Recently, the Drupal documentation team discovered that a professional cat herder (a Facilitator) can provide an amazing help at times when you have many difficult, high-level decisions to make.

What can you learn from their experience? The tale awaits.

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Efficient Handling of Bitset Operations in C++, Pt. 2

In Part 1 of this series, we reviewed options for handling sets of bits from C++. In the conclusion, we'll review the pros and cons of BitMagic.

Unfortunately BitMagic does not use the autotools to build it's example programs. The changes to a few files shown below will allow you to build most of the sample programs that come with BitMagic on a 64-bit Linux machine using gcc. Once these changes are in place you should be able to type make rebuild to create most of the sample programs.

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LinuxCon Keynote Speakers Announced

Article Source Linux Developer Network
April 22, 2009, 12:29 pm

The Linux Foundation is pleased to announce the confirmed keynotes for this year’s highly anticipated LinuxCon. LinuxCon is a new annual technical conference combining the developer and end user communities for more than 75 conference sessions that address “All Matt...

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The Bash declare Statement

Article Source Linux Journal
April 21, 2009, 11:24 am

Although rarely used, the bash declare statement does have a couple useful options. It can mark a variable as read only and also mark it as being a number only.

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