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Technologic Systems is readying a rugged WVGA touchpanel PC based on a fast-booting ARM9-based single board computer (SBC). The TS-TPC-7390 Touch Panel Computer incorporates the Debian Linux-based TS-7390 SBC, which is equipped with a 200MHz ARM9 CPU from Cirrus and a Lattice FPGA (field-programmable gate array).
- Siemens Develops PC-based Profinet IO Software Controller for Linux Systems
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- gNewSense distro frees Ubuntu
So why would someone want to install a less robust Ubuntu clone that most likely won’t work with some widely used hardware? To be perfectly honest, most users won’t want to use gNewSense on a daily basis, if at all. Yet, there are some benefits for developers. Putting the ideological benefits of free software aside (though they can be quite persuasive), gNewSense is the perfect distribution for developers to use to test their hardware for free software compatibility.
- This is release 1.0-rc3 of Wine, a free implementation of Windows on Unix.
- LGP Readies Sacred Gold Beta
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- CentOS 5.2
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- Could the EEE 900 be the School Computer of the Future?
Despite my own reservations about the eee 900, since I started loaning it out to teachers last week it’s gotten nothing but positive results.
- Dell’s Ubuntu 8.04 Plans
- Ubuntu desktop (LTS) 8.04
- SaxenOS goes PCLinuxOS
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