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Microchip releases open source GUI kit for its SAMA5 and SAM9 chips

Microchip has introduced a free, open source “Ensemble Graphics Toolkit” running on Linux for building C++ based GUIs for its Cortex-A5 SAMA5 and Arm9 SAM9 SoCs. Microchip has released a free, Apache 2.0 licensed C++ GUI suite for the Linux-powered, single-core, 32-bit SoCs it received from its acquisition of Atmel. The Ensemble Graphics Toolkit (EGT), which is now integrated with Microchip’s Linux4SAM distribution, is designed for Cortex-A5 based SAMA5 SoCs such as the SAMA5D27, which is found on its SAMA5D27 SOM SiP module. It also supports Arm9-based SAM9 SoCs such as the 600MHz SAM9X60 SoC that was announced in March. Read more

Secure your messaging with Dino: An End-to-End encryption chat client for Linux and macOS

Dino is a privacy-focused lightweight open-source messenger for Linux desktops. It supports end-to-end encryption out-of-the-box via OMEMO or OpenPGP encryption. In addition to its strong encryption, Dino allows the user to disable read and typing notification either globally or for specific contacts. Currently, Dino offers several distribution packages for all popular Linux and Unix distributions: Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, Gentoo, Arch Linux, Void Linux, Alpine Linux, NixOS, Guix and finally FreeBSD (Unix). Read more