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Hands-On: Ubuntu MATE on the Raspberry Pi 2

The faster and more powerful Raspberry Pi 2 makes it possible to run more and different operating systems than with earlier versions. Here is my first-hand experience loading and running Ubuntu MATE on the Pi.

May 2, 2001 By Brauer Engineering

IQ Flash Cards

With IQ Flash Cards you can create your own flash cards for whatever it is you are trying to learn like history, spelling, foreign...

October 16, 2003 By Darren Chi

iSilo (Palm OS)

iSilo is a document reader. You can find thousands of ready-made documents downloadable immediately for reading with iSilo, or you...

August 24, 2011 by

More Windows 7 corruption and repair woes

Recently, we've been seeing a noticeable increase with Windows 7 and "repair mode" which is launched automatically at boot time. During this latest increase, Windows 7 will launch the automatic repair, which when the user attempts to allow it to repair, ends up failing and results in a boot loop where the repair mode comes up and Windows cannot boot into the regular shell any longer.

October 23, 2009 By Activata


If you are in the middle of using an application and the system becomes unresponsive for several seconds it could be the memory manager...

October 4, 2009 by

DRAM error rates: Nightmare on DIMM street

A two-and-a-half year study of DRAM on 10s of thousands Google servers found DIMM error rates are hundreds to thousands of times higher than thought -- a mean of 3,751 correctable errors per DIMM per year.This is the world's first large-scale study of RAM errors in the field.

September 15, 2008 by

Apple mega-patch covers 34 Mac OS X security issues

Apple has shipped another mega-update to address security vulnerabilities affecting Mac OS X users, warning that the most serious issues could lead to arbitrary code execution attacks.The update, available for Tiger and Leopard, addresses a total of 34 documented vulnerabilities, some in third-party components like ClamAV, BIND, OpenSSH and Ruby.

May 1, 2006 by

JavaDB: An idea whose time has finally come?

Last year, at ApacheCon, according to Sun Chief Open Source Officer Simon Phipps, Sun senior staff engineer Francois Orsini apparently gave a demonstration of JavaDB -- Sun's version of Apache Derby.  Apache Derby is basically a full blown relational database management system (RDBMS) that's based on pure Java.

July 8, 2003 by

Torvalds: What, me worry?

Q & A Linux creator Linus Torvalds sounds off on SCO Group's lawsuit against IBM, intellectual property in the open-source world and the future of the Linux operating system.

July 24, 2001 by

Shrunken Linux: Enter the CerfCube

In this device review, Embedded Linux developer Jerry Epplin takes a look at Intrinsyc's "CerfCube for Linux" -- a tiny Linux system that occupies just 0.015 cubic foot!

June 27, 2001 by

Honey, I shrunk the Linux system

In this device review, Embedded Linux developer Jerry Epplin takes a look at Intrinsyc's "CerfCube for Linux" -- a tiny Linux system that occupies just 0.015 cubic foot!


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