Friday, May 23, 2014
Sent from my iPad
Sent from my iPad
Saturday, May 10, 2014
9 Tutorials On Raspberry Pi For Beginners
From our collection of videos, we bring to you 9 super helpful tutorial videos for Raspberry Pi beginners. Happy making!
Thursday, May 08, 2014
Wednesday, May 07, 2014
Been noticing something new. In all my blogs, usually coming in at 1 to 2 percent about 5 the after Firefox, chrome, IE and safari is a new browser CRiOS.
This is the first time I've ever heard of it.
Quick google search isn't clear either but the second entry indicating this could be mobile chrome, makes more sense. Anyone know anything about this?
Cell CRiOS (Custom Real-time intelligent Operating System) is the Operation System (OS) layer which is a proprietary and custom design based on open Linux kernel system version 2.6.x. This OS layer is uniquely with the best technology design to protect against software-based threats, guard the integrity of kernel OS and achieve the best performance.
The meaning of CriOS
Recently have a browser view from "CriOS" when viewing your blogger stats? Basically, what that is is Google Chrome for mobile devices; android and iOS. Not some revolutionary new operating system..
Monday, May 05, 2014
Saturday, May 03, 2014
In his annual “Linux Sucks” presentation at LinuxFest Northwest last Saturday in Bellingham, Washington, Lunduke unabashedly took aim at some controversial targets – Ubuntu, Fedora, Gnome, Wayland and X, to name a few – while simultaneously praising their accomplishments.
The talk highlights the Linux community's capacity to gripe and moan about the very same software that it faithfully uses and loves. And Lunduke, well aware that he's making himself a target of ridicule, conveys this dual nature well by going through the same set of slides twice: once to discuss how Linux sucks and once to hail how awesome it is. He does this well, with an air of showmanship (and a sprinkling of expletives.) But he ends on a sincere note.
“I think it's absolutely amazing that we have a multi-million person community out there that's rallied around one core set of an operating system, a piece of software, that we feel entirely invested in. For a lot of us it's an identity,” said Lunduke, a social media marketing manager at SUSE (and a guest blogger for Linux.com). “And yet we yell about Linux on Reddit and every other website we get a chance to... and we still at the end of the day love Linux... and each other.”
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- Linux it's awsome beacuse is so muche diversified.You don't like somethig ?Have choise to get what you want.Well, not everythig is ok, but we have power for choise, and this is awsome.Have a nice day ! :-)
- Please stop using the "R" word. It is so insensitive. Please stop,
- If it weren't for the language I'd spread links to this around. Too bad it's not suitable for people with children around.