Experience really shows in this versatile Linux distribution
Jamie's Mostly Linux Stuff
Various thoughts and adventures, including but not limited to Linux, assorted bits of hardware new and old, and occasionally Windows XP/Vista/7.
I started working with what we called "analog computers" in aircraft maintenance with the United States Air Force in 1970. After finishing military service and returning to university, I was introduced to microprocessors and machine language programming on Intel 4040 processors. After that I also worked on, operated and programmed Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-8, PDP-11 (/45 and /70) and VAX minicomputers. I was involved with the first wave of Unix-based microcomputers, in the early '80s. I have been working in software development, operation, installation and support since then.
Exploring this Debian GNU/Linux derivative that is tightly focused on security analysis and penetration testing - and it comes with a mind-boggling array of utilities for that pupose.
More adventures with add-ons: a four-port USB hub specifically designed for the Raspberry Pi, and a Bluetooth USB adapter. Also, as summary of hardware and costs so far.
A new update pack 2014.01.15 for SolydX and SolydK, along with a new update release schedule.
Installing multiple Linux distributions on a UEFI boot system - here are my experiences with Korora/Fedora and Mint/Ubuntu.
I install four different desktops: Gnome, KDE, Cinnamon and Xfce.
Adding a high-res camera and a USB wi-fi dongle for more fun with the Pi
A unique alternative operating system - not a Linux based one, but one with a long history.
Two ways to turn the Raspberry Pi into a media player and home entertainment hub
Finally, a new Bluetooth mouse from Logitech, and this one is really special.
Exploring two more general-purpose Linux versions on the Raspberry Pi.
Christmas surprise - a tasty little Raspberry Pi (Type B). I heard all about it, but never actually touched one, so now I'm going to find out what it's really like
My Lenovo T400 disk drive was small and slow, so here's how I replaced it with an SSD drive that is bigger and faster.
USB 3.0 devices are common now, but how much benefit do they really give over 2.0?
A screen-shot walk-through of the excellent Fedora Linux 20 installer - and why I love it.