Archiwum z Marzec 2016

Linux robot teaches coding, shoots lasers

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2016

LinuxGizmos: Makeblock’s “Codeybot” is a dancing, singing, laser-shooting robot that runs OpenWrt Linux, and teaches kids how to program using mBlockly.

Achievement Unlocked, There Are Now Over 2,000 Games on Steam for Linux

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2016

Yes, that’s right, you’re reading it correctly

Dude! Where???s My Data!

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2016

 FreedomPenguin: Little in life sucks more than moving to a new desktop environment or distro, only to realize your data for specific applications didn’t make it

SMARC COM and IoT gateway SBC are buzzing with wireless

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2016

 LinuxGizmos: Shiratech’s Linux-based “SparkGate-7 Open IoT Gateway” SBC, featuring WiFi, BT, 802.15.4, and optional cellular, is built around a ‘Spark-501′ SMARC COM.

MIT Media Lab defaults to free & open source software

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2016

 NetworkWorld: Lab Director Joi Ito over the weekend revealed that MIT Media Lab has changed its approach to software releases to FLOSS (free/libre/open-source software) by default.

Banished Linux port is pretty much complete, OpenGL performing well

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2016

 GamingOnLinux: The developer of Banished has written an official blog post on the Linux & Mac porting progress, and it’s sounding really great.

SCO Again Returns From Dead, Plans Appeal

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2016

 FOSSforce: You can’t kill a zombie

5 open source home automation tools

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2016 The Internet of Things isn’t just a buzzword, it’s a rapidly expanding reality.

Apricity OS Is Clean and Classy

czwartek, 31 Marzec 2016

LinuxInsider: Apricity OS is an Arch Linux variant with rolling releases.

Linux at 25: Q&A With Linus Torvalds

wtorek, 29 Marzec 2016

The creator of the Linux open-source operating system talks about its past, present, and future.

The creator of the Linux open-source operating system talks about its past, present, and future. 

Linus Torvalds created the original core of the Linux operating system in 1991 as a computer science student at the University of Helsinki in Finland. Linux rapidly grew into a full-featured operating system that can now be found running smartphones, servers, and all kinds of gadgets. In this e-mail interview, Torvalds reflects on the last quarter century and what the next 25 years might bring.

Stephen Cass: You’re a much more experienced programmer now versus 25 years ago. What’s one thing you know now that you wish your younger self knew?

Read more at IEEE Spectrum