The Pyra, which has a modified build based on Debian, has systemd.
The Linux Journal, now resurrected, has a nice article about hardening your Linux Installation.
Basically you can run the following command to check what the...
The pandora uses the OMAP3530
However, processors.wiki.ti.com is shutting down:
NOTICE: The Processors Wiki will End-of-Life in December of 2020. It is recommended to download any files or other content you may need that are hosted on processors.wiki.ti.com...
Adobe is killing Flash at the end of 2020, but Flash games are an important part of internet history. Thankfully, a community project called Flashpoint is stepping up to save them. Here’s how you can keep playing all your favorites for the foreseeable future.
If you work in IT and need to share your screen with a colleague, there are some options in most communication programs to share your screen. But the screen is compressed, and typing on an xterm really unreadable.
Now to share your session, as seen in the link below, you not only can chgrp, but...
It has been one week sinds I packaged Ansible 2.8.5 and now that I look, 2.9.1 came out 4 days ago. Ansible development really goes fast.
Grab it from the OpenPandora Software Repository.
I have included a playbook that reduces the header sizes from 80 columns back to our 78 on the...
From eastereggs to using the Random number Generator, with certains seeds, many words can be made visible.
Want to play around with the code? Here's a link to code:
We have Python on the Pandora, that means that we can run Ansible on top of it.
You can grab the PND from the repo: http://repo.openpandora.org/?page=detail&app=ansible
2019-10-10 Version: 220.127.116.11 : First upload to the Repo.
2019-11-17 Version: 18.104.22.168 Upgraded Ansible from 2.8.5 to 2.9.0...
Mario Royale it is now called DMCA Royale
So, what are Monads exactly? Brush up your coding concepts with this article:
Still thirsty for more? Watch Uncle Bob:
Here are the slides of his presentation (Monads in Clojure):
And the presentation itself:
Not into Monads...
Download link at the end of the author's page (bi-lingual page and game, just choose the English version)
There's a donate button at the end of the page, should you like to donate.
SoX (Sound eXchange; it's in the Pandora Repo) can do a lot of things, for example:
When you run it it drops you in a shell, from there, you must first export some environment variables:
export SOX_OPTS="--buffer 4096 -q"
Now try to...
I stumbled upon a nice article; that starts off a bit dry but then goes to many places and that leave you thinking. Sprinkled with some humor it's a good read (especially the links here and there)
disclaimer: The power consumption comes mostly from the screen background leds.
So, in 2014 ARM released the A15 (28mn) technology. Which was available one year later to non-insiders. Look at the power reduction...
And now, in 2017 Artemis arrives on 10nm, and look at the sustainable burst...
Before RUST there was... is ADA.
15 minutes explaining how to make tetris with guarantees that it does not divide by zero, nor has buffer overflows. The power is in the SPARK and GNAT
uses: car/automotive industries to NOT have bluescreens or coredumps in the car software. Medical software...
A friendly reminder that a leap second will be added to the clock at the end of 2016.
If you do date math at all, you may want to check that your date handling code is ready for it.
A positive leap second will be introduced at the end of December 2016.
The sequence of dates of the UTC second...
This book is 4 years old, but still amazing (pun intended). How to make a maze in 1 line of code. The book has more than 300 pages and 10 authors...
This book takes a single line of code—the extremely concise BASIC program for the Commodore 64 inscribed in the title—and...