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1. Centro de Eventos PUCRS
(EventList / Centro de Eventos PUCRS)
2. Griver - Centro de Negocios Aduanales
(EventList / Griver - Centro de Negocios Aduanales)
4. Kids on Computers Grows Up
(Learn Linux/Linux How to and Tutorials)
... group built two new labs at schools in Savcitlan and St. Marcos. Back in September 2010, the group rolled out a lab for children with disabilities in Tlaxiaco. "This school is a Centro de Atención ...
5. The Mobile View: Linux Kernel 2.6.33
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
... (ARM) netbook with a detachable keyboard. Initial support for Palm Centro 685, an Intel PXA (ARM-based) smartphone from circa 200. Base files for Cisco (formerly Scientific Atlanta) PowerTV ...
(Learn Linux/How Tos)
... II (rev. 4) for 486, like SP3, but less buggy saturn chipset ASUS SP3-SiS chipset, for 486 like AP4, but newer, SiS chipset, green functions and all the EIDE, rs232 with 2 16550 and centronics. ...
7. Slovenian-HOWTO
(Learn Linux/How Tos)
... na Univerzi Severne Karoline, ZDA, je eden glavnih centrov za Linux). Na strezniku ARNES se avtomaticno zrcalita distribucija Debian in programje iz projekta ...
8. Spanish-HOWTO
(Learn Linux/How Tos)
... con cualquier configuracion que ya tengamos funcionando en nuestra red. A medida que mejoremos el equipamiento, Linux aprovechará todos los recursos convirtiéndose en un potente centro de ...
9. Unix-Hardware-Buyer-HOWTO
(Learn Linux/How Tos)
... SCSI mounting kit, I needed a cable. I went into my friendly local CompUSA in search of a SCSI cable, and side-by-side, on two hooks, were two "identical" SCSI cables. Both were 3 feet. Both had Centronics ...
10. ZIP-Drive
(Learn Linux/How Tos)
... wiring. The drive is shipped with a Macintosh type cable, but standard cables and converters are easily obtained if you are using a host adapter with a Centronics or high-density connector. I have not ...
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