OLPC OS, a Fedora-based Linux distribution designed for the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) project's XO Laptop, has just reached version 13.2.0. OLPC OS 13.2.0 comes with some amazing new features, and the developers have chosen to maintain support and consistency for older laptop models.
Sweden-based Enea is known for its telecom and networking middleware based on the Enea OSEck RTOS, but it has flirted with Linux for years. Back in 2006, it began selling embedded Linux stacks based on MontaVista Linux for those customers who wanted to mix Linux and OSEck products in their product offerings.
Laptop Mode Tools is a laptop power saving package for Linux systems. It allows you to extend the battery life of your laptop, in several ways. It is the primary way to enable the Laptop Mode feature of the Linux kernel, which lets your hard drive spin down.
Great news guys, it was just announced that the upcoming Linux 3.7 kernel will incorporate support for multiple ARM System on Chips (SoCs) platforms. Having all ARM platforms supported into a single kernel package is an amazing news for everyone, from end users to Android and ARM-based hardware manufactures.“This is a... (read more)
The latest version of the popular lightweight liveCD Linux distro Puppy Linux is here and it comes with a significant change in the underlying software. Puppy Linux 5.0 “Lupu” is also dubbed Lucid Puppy 5.0 due to its origins which trace back to the, you guessed it, recently launched Ubuntu ‘Lucid Lynx’ 10.04 LTS. P...
Timesys announced that its LinuxLink commercial software development framework for building custom embedded Linux based products now supports the latest networking processor from Wintegra. Now shipping in volume, the dual MIPS 34K core & WinPath 3& IP packet processor is designed for 2G, 3G, and 4G mobile and fixed wireless base stations, says the company....
Poseidon Linux is a GNU/Linux distribution designed for academic and scientific use.
Although based on Ubuntu, it enhances its parent by adding a large number of applications for GIS/maps, numerical modelling, 2D/3D/4D visualisation, statistics, tools for creating simple and complex graphics, programming languages and more.
The usual software for daily use, such as office suite, Internet browser,
PCs for technophobes go head-to-head
137 years of Popular Science Magazine now online
Feel a “natural flow” in your desktop (Panel at the top)
The Mint Newsletter – issue 101
Hypervisor supports Linux guests
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