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1. How do I create my own thin client?
(CommunityAnswers / Networking)
5. The MarS DIY Platform for Around $100 (Without Screen)
(Learn Linux/Linux How to and Tutorials)
... to the external 9.7-inch toucscreen. You have to do a tiny bit of tinkering on the serial console to get the LVDS screen going with Android. The mini USB port next to the network connector can be used ...
6. Raspberry Pi Spun Into Embedded Module
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced a $30 computer-on-module version of its Raspberry Pi single board computer, extending the Pi to a wider "business and industrial" market. The Raspberry Pi ...
7. Tiny Boards Stoke the Market for Wearables and IoT
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
... Newton module that runs Android 4.4 or Linux 3.08. The tiny (38 x 22mm) board goes head to head with Intel's Linux-ready Edison module for wearables, which Intel amended last week to incorporate the ...
8. Tough and Tiny COM Sports 9W G-Series SoC
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
Arbor announced a tiny COM Express computer-on-module featuring a 9W dual-core AMD G-Series SoC, plus 2GB soldered RAM, extended temperature, and PCIe. Arbor Technology’s “EmNANO-a56M0″ computer-on-module, ...
Béla Markus has announced the release of "piCore" 5.2.1, the Raspberry Pi port of Tiny Core Linux for the Raspberry Pi single-board computer. Béla Markus has announced the release of "piCore" 5.2.1, ...
10. Distribution Release: Tiny Core Linux 5.2 "piCore"
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
Béla Markus has announced the release of "piCore", an edition of Tiny Core Linux designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi single-board computer: "Team Tiny Core is pleased to announce the availability ...
Tiny Core 5.2 was released yesterday as the latest version of the ultra light weight Linux distribution. The bare-bone version of this Linux distribution with the flwm window manager comes in at just an ...
... KU. Then a 1990 spring break trip to Austin, Texas, motivated me to venture beyond the little midwestern towns I'd grown up in. I dropped out of college and the first week of 1991 I packed up a tiny U-Haul ...
13. kdbus details
(Featured Blogs/Greg Kroah-Hartman)
... -> block in read That would get kdbus a tiny bit closer to the binder model, by queueing stuff in RAM instead of relying on a thread pool. That might work, but would require a lot of work on the binder ...
14. The Top 7 Best Linux Distros for 2014
... own destiny. They have done well, growing at a record rate with their largest growth in North America. 2014 may be the year that SUSE stops being the obscure enterprise Linux. We all know and adore ...
15. My Nerd Story: Ham Radio, Atari, and UNIX
(Community Blogs/Personal)
... system administration, programming, project management, market research, people management, and much more. I’ve worked for companies ranging from tiny startups to huge companies, like Intel. I finally ...
16. Testing the New ZaTab Open Hackable Android Tablet
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
... need to copy files between a PC and the tablet is to connect them with a USB cable. You can also stuff a microSD card in the tiny microSD slot and copy files to it. Getting the card out is a little tricky ...
The Cassandra database is designed so that large clusters of systems can hold massive amounts of data. So why is a Dundee University lecturer running it on the tiny $25 ARM based Raspberry Pi?  The ...
... pointing at the tiny board. "Oh," he said, and then asked the MinnowBoard's price. When he heard "$199," the kid blew through his lips, and turned away. "Not for me!" Indeed, there's a strong ethos of ...
19. Distribution Release: Tiny Core Linux 5.0
(DistributionCentral/Distribution News)
Tiny Core Linux 5.0 has been released. Tiny Core Linux is a minimalist, but highly modular and extensible Linux distribution with flwm as the default window manager. From the release announcement: "Team ...
20. Will Intel's Quark Run Linux?
(Embedded / Mobile/Mobile Linux)
Intel left plenty of room for speculation yesterday at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) when it announced a low-power, small-footprint processor family called the Quark. One of the biggest questions ...
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