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SUSE and Microsoft Collaborate to Deliver First Enterprise Linux Kernel Optimized...

Suse today announced the availability of the first enterprise Linux kernel tailored for Microsoft Azure. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 on-demand instances now run on...

Linux Kernel 4.3.1 Released! Brings Several ARM, x86 Improvements

Linux 4.3 kernel users must update to this newer version. Linux kernel developer Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the first maintenance release of Linux Kernel version 4.3....
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Building an Embedded System Based on the Initial RAM Disk

Here's a rough tutorial on writing an embedded Linux based system, using an initial RAM disk. The initial RAM disk (initrd) is a tool for...

Getting Started with the MinnowBoard

With the embedded market being flooded with open source hardware boards, it's tough finding one that not only suits your budget, computing power needs,...

A Bird’s Eye View of Android System Services

Android is gaining unprecedented momentum in the smartphone and tablet market. This huge success is usually attributed to factors like the open ecosystem, the...

Linux Firewall: Executing Iprules Using PHP

A firewall keeps the network secure by analysing packets and determining whether they should be allowed through or not. This article shows how to...
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Introducing NVIDIA’s Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA)

This article, the first in a series, introduces readers to the NVIDIA CUDA architecture, as good programming requires a decent amount of knowledge about...

What’s Up in Linux Graphicstopia Lately

Graphics on Linux has been rather interesting lately. If you've been keeping up with the news on DRM, kernel, Mesa and X.Org development, you...

Device Drivers, Part 14: A Dive Inside the Hard Disk for...

This article, which is part of the series on Linux device drivers, takes you on a tour inside a hard disk. "Doesn't it sound like...

Working with MTD Devices

This article shows how kernel and application developers (in C) can make use of MTD in Linux. MTD (Memory Technology Devices) are NAND/NOR-based flash memory...
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