Linux-SIG March 18, 2013:
There is always time for questions. If you plan to bring in a computer, please let me know ahead of time.
We’ll also look at these new links:
- Linux Tablets and PCs | PengPod Everything Linux PengPod has the largest variety of Linux based tablets and PCs. All of our devices are duel bootable and run Android also. Free your Device.
- If You Don’t Know Linux, You Better Learn Fast | The 2013 Linux Jobs Report paints an optimistic picture for Linux pros, but they need to move fast.
- Torvalds clarifies Linux’s Windows 8 Secure Boot position | The fuss over how to handle Windows 8 PC’s Secure Boot keys in desktop Linux continues. Linus Torvalds spells out how he wants to see it handled.
- Linus Torvalds really likes Google’s Chromebook Pixel | Torvalds really, really likes is his new Google Chromebook Pixel’s display.
- Google’s Android Reborn as Network-Hacking Kit | Wired Enterprise | The folks at security tools company Pwnie Express have built a tablet that can bash the heck out of corporate networks. Called the Pwn Pad, it’s a full-fledged hacking toolkit built atop Google’s Android operating system.
- Unplugged – Replace Your Cable Provider with Linux Enabled Media | Pinehead.TV
- linuxgems/cheat_sheet.org.sh at master · WilliamHackmore/linuxgems · linuxgems – A succinct cheat sheet for newbie linux coders and system administrators, documenting some of the more obscure and useful gems of linux lore.
- How two volunteers built the Raspberry Pi’s operating system | Raspbian makes the Pi go faster—and supplanted Fedora as the #1 OS.
- Getting Started With Raspberry Pi | Setting Up a VNC Server Setting Up a VNC Server So you’ve got your Raspberry Pi setup, but what if you don’t have a dedicated monitor to use with it (for example, mine’s connected to my TV).
- Adafruit’s Raspberry Pi Lesson 7. Remote Control with VNC @Raspberry_Pi +raspberrypi #piday « adafruit industries blog Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits
- Connecting via VNC to Raspberry PI from the Google Nexus 7 ~ This guide shows how to connect to your Raspberry PI from the Google Nexus 7
- Bartendro cocktail mixing robot lands on Kickstarter, wields Raspberry Pi (video) If you prefer robot bartenders to lack limbs that could be used against you in the impending robopocalypse, Bartendro might be your kind of bot.
- This Open Source Robot Bartender Pours the Perfect Mix | Wired Design | Bartenders beware: a robotic drink-dispensing rig is aiming to steal your customers while pouring cocktail creations at the push of a touchscreen button. Its creators call it Bartendro.
Bring questions or issues to the SIG and we’ll attempt to help you resolve them.