Arun Subbarao, vice president of engineering at LynuxWorks[tm], Inc., a world leader in the embedded software market, will present two sessions on the latest software technology for optimizing multi-core performance, system size, weight and power (SWaP) for embedded systems on April 29.
Arun Subbarao, vice president of engineering at LynuxWorks[tm], Inc., a world leader in embedded software, will present a paper on the challenges of multicore processor design on March 19 at Multicore Expo 2009
The Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC) today announced that LynuxWorks has joined the consortium's Hypervisor Subcommittee, which has unanimously elected Arun Subbarao, vice president of engineering at LynuxWorks, to serve as its chair.
Can’t open Panel settings with super-alt right-click in gnome-classic after resize
I accessed the Panel settings by clicking Windows+Alt+RightClick
I edited the Panel settings, I unchecked the "Expand" option, and now panel shrunk to accommodate only the items present on the panel, there is no "empty" space on the panel where I right click and get the Preferences ba
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Also... is it possible to move launchers around on the panel? That is to change their relative order?
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