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RHEL 7.9 also here – last major version in the 7.x family?
Red Hat has released Fedora 33 beta, with the finished article expected at the end of this month, as well as version 7.9 of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.…
Raspberry Pi (RPi) has been a key enabling device for the Arm community for years, given the low price and widespread adoption. According to the RPi Foundation, over 35 million have been sold, with 44% of these sold into industry. We have always been eager to get the […]
IWave’s “Arria 10 SoC SOM” and “Arria 10 SoC FPGA” dev kit run Linux 4.9.78 on Intel’s hybrid Arm/FPGA Arria 10 GX and SX SoCs along with PCIe, GbE, 10GbE SFP+, FMC, and PMOD. Back in 2016, IWave launched an Arria 10 SoC Module featuring Intel/Altera’s Arria 10 SX SoC. Now, the company has launched […]
Toradex has licensed Altium’s online Geppetto embedded board prototyping and design tool for customers using its Arm-based, Linux supported Verdin and Colibri modules. Gumstix, which was acquired by Altium, has long been known for its Geppetto Design-to-Order (D2O) custom board design service for customizing carrier boards based its own Linux-driven modules and those of partners […]
Microchip has introduced a free, open source “Ensemble Graphics Toolkit” running on Linux for building C++ based GUIs for its Cortex-A5 SAMA5 and Arm9 SAM9 SoCs. Microchip has released a free, Apache 2.0 licensed C++ GUI suite for the Linux-powered, single-core, 32-bit SoCs it received from its acquisition of Atmel. The Ensemble Graphics Toolkit (EGT), […]
If you are looking for an Arch-based beginner's Linux distribution and easier to use and install, offers all possible desktop environments for all of your needs, EndeavourOS is the one.
The wait is finally over! EndeavourOS ARM was officially launched today for Linux smartphones, tablets, ARM laptops, and other mobile devices that are powered by an ARM processor.
PINE64 has kicked off the pre-orders for the latest PinePhone community edition, which is branded with the logo of the Manjaro Linux distribution and powered by Manjaro Linux ARM.
SiFive will soon demo a Linux-driven, RISC-V based “FU740” SoC powering a PC and will unveil a new superscalar AI core. Interest in RISC-V is likely to increase if Nvidia completes its $40 billion acquisition of Arm. At the Linley Fall Virtual Processor Conference starting Oct. 20, SiFive CTO Yunsup Lee will unveil a Linux-driven […]
Segger has ported its J-Link debugging software to Arm Linux hardware such as the Raspberry Pi for use with its J-Link Debug Probes. The news follows the release of the compatible Eclipse Embedded CDT for Arm and RISC-V. The Raspberry Pi and other Arm Linux gizmos have long been supported as targets by development platforms […]
Early adopters of PINE64’s PineTab will be happy to learn that there’s now a build of the Arch Linux ARM distribution that works on the Linux-powered tablet.
Arm unveiled a 64-bit, real-time capable Cortex-R82 processor aimed at high-end storage controllers that offers an optional MMU to run full Linux distributions with support up to 1TB DRAM and optional Neon for ML workloads. Arm announced its first 64-bit, Linux-capable Cortex-R MCU to enable more advanced storage controllers. The Cortex-R82 offers greater speed, lower […]
In this article, we are going to take a trip back in time to see where the seed of Linux was planted?—?namely via the Unix systems of the early 1970s & how it has progressed through the modern day.
Trenz has launched an open-spec, 99 Euro “ZynqBerryZero” pseudo-clone of the RPi Zero SBC with a Zynq-7010 Arm/FPGA SoC, a microSD slot, dual micro-USB, mini-HDMI, CSI-2, and 40-pin GPIO. Back in 2017, we missed the ZynqBerry SBC from Trenz Electronic, which combines a Xilinx Zynq-7010 FPGA SoC with a Raspberry Pi. Now Trenz has followed […]
Debian-based Armbian 20.08 distribution for single-board computers has been released and it’s a massive update that brings support for new devices and many other improvements.
CoreELEC, a community fork of the LibreELEC Linux distribution for SBCs (single-board computers) built around the open-source Kodi media center, has been updated to version 9.2.4 after several months in development.
I love new projects, and today I would like to introduce you guys to Karmbian, a very promising ARM Linux distro for ethical hacking and penetration testing based on Kali Linux and using the Armbian toolchain.
on DL184: We talk about Bug Reporting and let's face it, bug reporting needs to squash its own bugs. We also talk AMD Ryzen Linux Laptops, Manjaro ARM, SuperTuxKart & Much More!
on TWinL110: New AMD Ryzen 4000H Linux Laptops KDE Slimbook & Tuxedo Pulse 15, Cooler Master Case for Raspberry Pi 4, Thunderbird 78, digiKam 7, OpenRGB (Open Source RGB control), PeerTube 2.3
PINE64 announced today that a new Pinebook Pro batch is now available for pre-order from $199.99 USD, with an estimated shipping date of late August 2020.
Hardkernel has upgraded its Odroid-N2 SBC to an Odroid-N2-Plus with a new version of the hexa-core Amlogic S922X that boosts the 2x -A53 cores to 2.0GHz and the 4x -A73 cores to 2.2GHz, with overclocking up to 2.4GHz. Hardkernel has updated its high-end Odroid-N2 SBC with an Odroid-N2-Plus model that is likely the fastest community-backed […]
Arne Exton informs me today about a new release of his RaspEX Kodi Linux OS for Raspberry Pi computers, which is now supported on the latest 8GB RAM Raspberry Pi 4 model.
On TWinL 108: Linux Mint 20, openSUSE Leap 15.2, CutiePi (Raspberry Pi Tablet), Ubuntu Touch on more devices, Ubuntu Rolling Release, Riot.im Name Change Coming, Microsoft Defender ATP for Linux
Aaeon’s compact “Boxer-8410AI” embedded AI edge system runs Linux on a penta-core, Cortex-A73 and -A53 based HiSilicon HI3559A with an AI-enabled VPU. Aaeon has posted a product page for its first Boxer computer to support the 5-core, Arm-based HiSilicon HI3559A SoC. Although the HI3559A was announced back in 2017 as a camera SoC that supports […]
For the first time, an ARM-powered supercomputer took first place in the TOP500 supercomputer competition.
For this week’s blog, I decided to survey terminal emulators on the Raspberry Pi 4. A terminal emulator is computer software which emulates a dumb video terminal within some other display architecture.
Cloud of Things’ compact, Arm/Linux based “DeviceTone IoT Gateway” is equipped with MikroBus, LAN, GPIO, WiFi, LTE, NB-IoT, BLE Long Range, and DECT ULE. Both the gateway and an MCU-based “Genie” edge node work with an Azure-certified DeviceTone IoT Suite. We found out about Cloud of Things’ DeviceTone IoT Gateway, DeviceTone Genie edge node, and […]
For the first time, an ARM-powered supercomputer took first place in the TOP500 supercomputer competition.
Oracle announced the release of brand new Oracle Linux 8.2 which is an enterprise-class server Linux distribution built from Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
Ibase has launched a fanless, extended temp “EC-3200” AI edge computer that runs Ubuntu on a Jetson TX2 with 5x USB, GbE, HDMI, COM or CAN, external GPIO, and 2x M.2 sockets. Ibase has announced its first product based on Nvidia’s Arm-based, AI-enabled Jetson product line. The compact, fanless EC-3200 is built around on Nvidia’s […]
For this week’s Raspberry Pi 4 blog, Luke puts a desktop search tool under the microscope.
In previous weeks, I’ve explored software that improves productivity. For this week’s blog, I extend the scope to cover personal information managers (commonly known as PIMs) on the Raspberry Pi 4.
For this week’s blog, I’ve been putting diary software through its paces on the Raspberry Pi 4. Keeping a diary of your daily life is an activity that is important to many. It represents an effective way of storing personal or business information on a day-to-day-basis.
iWave’s “iW-RainboW-G36S Corazon AI” Pico-ITX SBC runs Linux on an FPGA-equipped, Zynq Ultrascale+ MPSoC with 2x GbE, HDMI in and out, mini-PCIe and M.2, a -40 to 85°C range, and support for the Xilinx Vitis AI Stack. iWave has announced what appears to be the first Pico-ITX board based on the Arm/FPGA hybrid Xilinx Zynq […]
Creating a great user experience (UX) for your applications is a tough job, especially if you are developing embedded applications. Today, there are two types of graphical user interface (GUI) tools generally available for developing embedded software: either they involve complex technologies, or they are extremely expensive.
There’s sophisticated software available for the Raspberry Pi 4 which offers the ability to process complex mathematical functions, plot 2D and 3D graphs, and much more. In this article I’m surveying some of the notable calculator software available for the tiny machine.
In our work as dance and sound artists, we occasionally need to get out into the streets and perform with our interactive setup there. This is a record of the journey I took to set up Raspberry Pi 4 as a mobile machine for SuperCollider and MiniBee movement sensors.
I spend most of the day with some form of multimedia burbling in the background. Streaming radio over the net is often heard around my house. The RPI4 is an extremely frugal tiny machine that consumes so few watts I leave it on permanently. This makes it an ideal machine to source the radio.
Foxconn, Socionext, and Hailo are launching a fanless “BOXiedge” AI edge server with Socionext’s Linux-driven SynQuacer SC2A11 SoC with 24x Cortex-A53 cores. The system also features an up to 26-TOPS Hailo-8 NPU for analyzing 20 streaming cam feeds in real time. In January, Foxconn, Socionext, and Network Optix announced a BOXiedge AI video analysis solution […]
Cross compiling can be very useful when you want to save time when working with GStreamer, or when you want to be able to work on both the host and target with the same base code. Here's a look at cross-compiling with gst-build, one of the main build systems used by the community to develop the GStreamer platform.
digiKam is billed as an advanced digital photo management program. Here’s my findings of digiKam on the Raspberry Pi 4 (“RPI4”).
Also includes: MNT Reform: DIY Open Laptop, Manjaro Linux + Star Labs Linux Laptops, herbstluftwm, NOAFtodo, Interview with GIMP Core Developer, Netherlands & Munich to use "Public Code", Humble Bundle
LyX is a document processor that encourages an approach to writing based on the structure of your documents (WYSIWYM) and not simply their appearance (WYSIWYG). How does it fare on the Raspberry Pi 4?
This weekly edition showcases software for the Raspberry Pi 4 that teaches young people how to use a computer. Basic computing skills and beyond.
I’m a big fan of Firefox. But I’ve been disappointed with the performance of this web browser on the Raspberry Pi 4. Does the latest version in the Raspbian repositories change my opinion?
This week, I’m examining software that lets you turn a Raspberry Pi 4 into a low power writing machine. There’s a ton of open source notes software available for Linux. Tons and tons in fact.
Setup a proxy server with Raspberry PI, Raspbian Buster Lite and Squid. Step-By-Step procedure from OS installation to basic Squid configuration
This week I’m examining photo viewer software on the RPI4. There’s lots of open source photo viewers, so I focus on gThumb, feh, GPicView, and QuickViewer.
Microchip has launched a 600MHz ARM9-based “SAM9X60” processor with a 2D GPU and -40 to 105°C tolerance along with a Linux-driven, $260 “SAM9X60-EK Evaluation Kit” with MikroBus and Raspberry Pi expansion. Microchip has revised the ARM9-based AT91SAM9260 SoC that was introduced in 2006 by its subsidiary Atmel. The new SAM9X60 model has boosted the clock […]
Emulating Mainframe MVS on Raspberry PI to reproduce a vintage enterprise system in your credit card sized computer. Create your first dataset with TSO.
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