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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
I wonder if I can get one to take my kids to school...
The Inforce IFC6410 contains a 1.7Ghz quad core Krait Snapdragon 600 CPU with 2GB of RAM, wifi-n, Bluetooth 4, a SATA port and 4GB of flash on board. The Snapdragon 600 chip is very similar to the chip found at the heart of the 2013 Nexus 7 tablet and Nexus 4. So another way to look at the IFC6410 is as a current generation Android device without a battery and screen but with gigabit ethernet and SATA.
What's new in Android tablets? ZaReason's latest release of the hackable open ZaTab.
Xen Project community manager Lars Kurth weighs the benefits of cloud operating systems such as OSv, discusses whether cloud OSes are bad for Linux and security, and previews the upcoming MirageOS.
Su-Hun Yun is a Senior Manager at NEC Corporation of America and leads business development for NEC’s Software-Defined Networking (SDN) products and creating an OpenFlow-based SDN ecosystem. As a member of the original team working on the NEC ProgrammableFlow Networking Suite product line, he was instrumental in launching the world’s first production-ready SDN product in 2011. He also has more than 20 years of experience in carrier and enterprise networking.
James Hazelwood, a former engineer in the manufacturing industry, is going back to school to pursue a new career in Linux and IT. He's also a new individual member of The Linux Foundation.
Over the years, Lance Spaulding has worked with a medical company, a non-profit foundation, a credit card company, a start-up, a small e-commerce business, and now a large defense contractor. But at least one thing hasn't changed in that time: he's a devoted Linux desktop user and tinkerer.
Use Darktable for tethered and time-lapse photography.
We invited you in January to share your knowledge with users and developers new to Linux. Thanks to your generous support and contributions, the community has uploaded 83 Linux video tutorials. We are almost to goal and need your help to reach 100 Linux video tutorials in January.
This year's list of the top 10 cool Linux-based gifts has dropped the price limit from $500 to $400, with seven candidates falling below $300. The list includes two holdovers from last year, along with a range of other products including a Linux-based bike computer, drone and home automation kit.
Linux.com writer Eric Brown presents his top 10 Linux-based gadgets for the holidays, in alphabetical order here. For the full story click "read article," below.
How to partition your Linux system to make it safe for wild distro-hopping experimentation.
While it was built completely on Linux, OSv is not Linux. It is an operating system written in C++ and designed to optimize the performance of a single application in the cloud.