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[News] Review of the $99 Linux Home Server/NAS, Linux Grows in "Smart Consumer Devices Market"

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Review: $99 TonidoPlug Linux Home Server, NAS

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| The TonidoPlug falls into a relatively new 
| category of “wall-wart” form factor 
| computers. They are generally defined as 
| being cheap, low on power consumption (in 
| the single watts range) and fanless. Most 
| plug computers, as they are also called, are 
| based off of the Marvell SheevaPlug 
| reference design. The difference between the 
| TonidoPlug competitors like the Ctera 
| CloudPlug, PogoPlug and Globalscale GuruPlug 
| comes down to the bundled software and 
| services. While they all essentially run on 
| the same hardware, each has its own set of 
| pre-installed applications in addition to 
| services (some are paid) that do things like 
| facilitate file and media sharing from 
| outside the home network.
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http://paulstamatiou.com/review-99-tonidoplug-linux-home-server-nas

Panel: Smart consumer devices market to explode

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| Open-source software has also been maturing 
| for the last decade, and now has passed 
| Microsoft in keeping up with usage trends, 
| according to Michael Kress, senior director 
| at Canonical Ltd., a provider of support, 
| engineering services and hardware and 
| software certification for the Linux-variant 
| Ubuntu.
| 
| "We are taking the best of all the open 
| source software available today and bringing 
| it together into a single platform. Linux 
| continues to evolve, coming out with a new 
| version every six months, unlike Microsoft 
| which is much slower to respond," said 
| Kress. "We think that Linux is the one—with 
| Android, Amigo and Ubuntu leading the smart 
| devices revolution." 
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http://www.eetimes.com/news/latest/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=225701638


Recent:

Intel's Moorestown Atom launches -- without Windows

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| While all the above was expected, the shocker
| is that the Z6xx has been launched with
| support for three flavors of Linux --
| Android, Moblin 2.1, and MeeGo -- but nary a
| mention of Microsoft Windows. This arguably
| represents the biggest rift in the "Wintel
| monopoly" since the IBM PC was first launched
| in 1981 with Intel's 8088 CPU and Microsoft's
| MS-DOS/PC-DOS operating system.
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http://www.linuxfordevices.com/c/a/News/Intel-Z6xx/?kc=rss
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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 LinuxCon 2010 Call for Papers ,----[ Quote ] | The Linux Foundation has announced that the | Call for Papers deadline for LinuxCon 2010 | will be the 31st of March. Registration for | the non-profit organisation's second annual | conference, which will take place from the | 10th to the 12th of August, 2010 in Boston | Massachusetts, is now open. Jim Zemlin, | executive director of The Linux Foundation | said that, “LinuxCon has quickly become the | destination for collaborating in person on all | matters Linux". `---- http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/LinuxCon-2010-Call-for-Papers-921124.html There's nothing wrong with being thankful (or why I say GNU/Linux) ,----[ Quote ] | For example, simplicity for newcomers: What | about when you have a distro that doesn't have | Linux inside of it? Say, Debian's hurd or | kFreeBSD or NetBSD ports? Those are distros, | but Linux is not to be found inside cause it | (the kernel) has been replaced for another | kernel. What are we gonna call them? Debian | Non-Linux? Go figure how you will explain that | to newcomers ("sure... it's Debian Linux... | but it has no linux... yet it is linux". | Priceless). | | Some people have said that it's out of | Stallman's big ego that he wants everybody to | call it GNU. Well, I think Stallman hits the | nail (at least on the funny part) when he says | that "sure... and that&...

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Guys: Any good books on "Linux Socket programming", also on "Linux Network programming"?. Any valuable on-line tutorials. Appreciated. GS wrote: > Guys: > > Any good books on "Linux Socket programming", also on "Linux Network > programming"?. Any valuable on-line tutorials. Appreciated. I have never seen one, but since sockets on Linux are basically standard BSD or Unix sockets, try searching for "Unix socket programming" or "Berkeley socket programming". -- Phil Frisbie, Jr. Hawk Software http://www.hawksoft.com Does "Unix socket programming" by Richard Stevens book can be used for Linux socket programming too?. Thanks. Especially looking for beginner who wants to enter into Linux programming (Network side), looking for some books which tells basics Especially looking for beginner who wants to enter into Linux programming (Network side), looking for some books which tells basics GS wrote: > Especially looking for beginner who wants to enter into Linux > programming (Network side), looking for some books which tells basics > I don't want to put a dampener on your enthusiasm, but if you are wanting to do it properly the POSIX way, I wouldn't even consider it unless you are comfortable programming 'C' at the level of understanding how pointers work. You could always consider Java - piece of cake in Java! Steve Is there any on-line text books availa...

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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 The end of the (Linux) desktop as we know it ? ,----[ Quote ] | More and more of the Linux ecosystem (PC | hardware vendor, phone hardware vendor, | search engine giant and more recently a | well known Linux distro, Ubuntu) uses | Linux as an embedded system for the | desktop. Some examples to illustrate this | trend : | | * Asus Express gate embed Linux in | the motherboard. You can have, in a | few seconds, a browser, skype, etc. | * Google Chrome OS : not yet released | but it is define as the We...

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