At the TBCS Linux-SIG meeting on October 15, 2012 at 7 pm:
Followup on Raspberry Pi (the $35 ARM11 computer). This time we’ll show it running slim versions of Debian and Fedora. We’ll download and build an operating system from an image.
- Raspberry Pi: Turbo – Warranty safe overclocking | Raspberry Pi’s can now shift into turbo by changing some configuration settings and getting a 50% power boost, all without voiding the warranty
- Don’t bring this teacher an apple, he prefers Raspberry Pi | A professor prepares to teach a course using open source software.
- Raspberry Pi Media Centre Tutorial | Build your very own media centre out of a Raspberry Pi to save on space and money using XBMC
- Raspberry Pi tutorial: how to do more | News | Raspberry Pi tutorial: how to do more – The basics of package management to classic game emulation and network attached storage. Buying advice from the leading technology site
- Raspbian image now available for the Raspberry Pi –
- RaspbianInstaller – Raspbian
- The Punnet – a card case for you to print (for free) | Raspberry Pi
- XBian Overclocking Guide – HTPCBuild.com
- Why Raspberry Pi is unsuitable for education – Raspberry Pi was designed for education. As any popular product is bound to, Raspberry Pi has been criticized a lot
- FAVI SmartStick uses Jelly Bean to add streaming to your TV The $50 FAVI SmartStick plugs into your HDMI port to turn your plain old HDTV into a Smart TV powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
- $99 Parallella supercomputer appears on Kickstarter –
October Linux Links:
- Red Hat: Linux on ARM Is No Joke The Linux vendor is putting serious effort into enabling Linux for ARM.
- Intel reverses course, bringing Android to Clover Trail chips for tablets | Intel is looking beyond Windows 8 and now says it will bring Android support to tablets based on Clover Trail chips
- Ubuntu Linux adopts new UEFI boot problem approach | Summary: Canonical, Ubuntu’s parent company, is taking a new way to address the Windows 8 UEFI secure-boot problem.
- 8 Deadly Commands You Should Never Run on Linux – How-To Geek
- ownCloud.org | Your Cloud, Your Data, Your Way!
- Fragmentation Of The Ext4 File System In Ubuntu