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March 3, 2013
The not-for-profit Wandboard community project has begun shipping its compact, low-power, board-level embedded computer. Based on 1GHz Freescale i.MX6 Cortex-A9 processors, Wandboard comes in single- and dual-core versions (priced at $79 and $99) and runs community-supported embedded Linux and Android operating systems.
After already having integrated TILE-Gx support into GCC 4.7, Tilera is now calling for the mainlining of its TILE-Gx back-end into LLVM. The LLVM Tile-Gx back-end is needed for the company's forthcoming many-core processor...
After talking about it for months with numerous software developers, game studios, and other stakeholders, Ian Romanick of Intel has published his initial specification on GLX_MESA_query_renderer, a new GLX extension (and coming to EGL too) for helping ISVs (and namely games) better understand the system they're running on...
The Intel Mesa DRI driver now supports GL_ARB_texture_multisample. The OpenGL multi-sample textures support is mandated by OpenGL 3.2...
ostfix it’s a great mailserver, but it’s not the easiest of the beast to tame if you aren’t an expert system administrator and just want to setup a mail service for your server and domain, so today I’ll show you how to install and configure PostfixAdmin a web based interface used to manage mailboxes, virtual domains and aliases. It also features support for vacation/out-of-the-office messages.This software is compatible with different databases and IMAP/POP3 server, in the following article I’ll use Mysql as database server, on a Centos 6 Linux server.
March 2, 2013
Structured Query Language (SQL) is a specialized programming language originally developed by IBM in the early 1970s. The language is designed specifically for accessing and manipulating data held in a relational database management system (RDBMS).
In the week ending 2 March ? Koushik Dutta releases a new Android super user tool, Firefox OS, Ubuntu and Sailfish OS make a splash at MWC, Linus Torvalds gets angry, a look at Ruby 2.0, and web-based open science
Version 1.4 of the Linux efitools package is now available and it supports reading and manipulating the UEFI signatures database...
Poor telnet, it used to be the cool kid on the block. It was the program allsysadmins turned to when they needed to connect to a remote server. Telnetjust wasn't that good at keeping a secret—all communication went over plaintext—so administrators started switching to SSH for encrypted remote shellsessions.
Aside from Google Zopfli there is some more Linux/open-source compression algorithm news today. The LZO compression/decompression support within the Linux kernel has been updated against upstream. LZO in Linux 3.9 will now be much faster...
The latest release of the Debian-based distribution aimed at diagnosing, repairing and maintaining Linux systems comes with an updated Linux kernel and improvements to its hardware information collection tool