The first Open Ephys projects include components for recording electrical signals in mice brains, and a software interface for collecting data. Unlike something along the lines of the open source brain scanning tool Open BCI, the Open Ephys tools are aimed at neuroscience researchers, not at engineers and game developers. Nonetheless, in building these contraptions, Siegle and Voigts have turned to many of the same tools used by other hardware hackers across the country, including the Arduino open source circuit board “We like Arduinos because lots of people know how to use them, and they’re easy to get your hands on,” Siegle says.
It was meant to be so simple, and because of that I can't find any real help on the matter. I have recently switched from Windows as I want to learn linux but things like this keep throwing me.
I have run sudo apt-get install kde-standard
and a couple of other ones that should do the same thing. However I get a load of broken dependencys - how is this possible when its an option from install?
Only things I have installed so far are chromium, flash and spotifysubmitted by Soupr
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Over the years Google has started and then abandoned so mamy projects that some people like to say that the company "throws spaghetti at the wall to see what will stick." Now, as Mozilla is shifting its entire company strategy toward mobile technology and focusing on its Firefox OS platform, it may be heading in a similar direction. After touting and actively testing its Persona authentication and sign-on system, the company is stepping down its participation in the project, citing low adoption.
Verksamt, the Swedish government's information hub for new businesses (Point of Single Contact, PSC) is based on open source solutions, shows a report by the open source ICT solutions provider Red Hat. Europe's PSCs are intended to provide businesses with centralised online administrative services. Verksamt is one of the government agencies using Red Hat Linux, Java application server Jboss and web server Apache, Red Hat writes in its study, published on 14 February.
Solved. see first comment.
I just replaced a disk in a zfs array, and can't get the old disk to disappear. i did the following:
volume name = vmvol
old disk = 10076642978881324631
new disk = da5zpool offline vmvol 10076642978881324631 *removed harddrive from server* *put in new harddrive* zpool replace vmvol 10076642978881324631 /dev/da5
It then resilveret, and everything looked happy. except now that it is done, i am left with the following:
Why is the old disk not going away? shouldn't it do that automatically ? i tried:zpool remove vmvol 10076642978881324631
But it says i am not allowed to since it is not a cache or spare disksubmitted by _dev_random_
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We're getting closer to the end of the rc cycle, and I have to admit
that I would have wished for a less bumpy ride.
The study indicates that public administration's open source projects are shifting towards shared services. This is the model chosen by the municipal co-operation project Friprogforeningen in Norway, offering several open source-based solutions for course management, helpdesk and bug-tracking. "Most of Friprogforeningen users now prefer the online version, distributed by cloud services", reports Clémentine Valayer, management consultant and author of the study.