Category Archives: Linux

Got a Raspberry PI: where do we go now?

I’ve been waiting for almost one year (see my Dec. 2011 post) to get my hands on a Raspberry Pi and now I’ve got it! Now… where do we go from here? First steps into Raspbian-dom, the very first Linux … Continue reading

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A $25 computer? Meet the Rasperry Pi: that little device that could be the one!

It’s tiny, slow and cost $25 – yet it still runs Linux. No, it’s not you grandfather ’486 you’re so eager to revive with some fancy distro of Linux. It’s the Raspberry Pi: the first – ever – attempt to … Continue reading

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Cray XE6: supercomputers back from the past

Thanks to a ComputerWorld link, I discovered there’s still a Cray supercomputer brand – and market too! My fault, Cray is still alive and kicking… The Cray XE6 supercomputer is designed to solve tough questions. Built upon the Cray XT … Continue reading

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