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Tiny Core Linux Is Your Smallest Choice For An Operating System

Linux

Tiny Core Linux Is Your Smallest Choice For An Operating System

Linux’s capacity for configuration is exceptional — while it’s pretty known that you can configure it to however you like (such as with SUSE Studio), that capacity isn’t limited to just the selection of used software (ranging everywhere from the graphics stack to the desktop environment to the office suite). In fact, one of the great benefits of Linux’s flexible nature is that you can put the software on any computer imaginable, from high-powered supercomputers to netbooks to embedded systems such as aircraft entertainment systems.

28-08-2013
Tiny Core Linux Is Your Smallest Choice For An Operating System
Lacie Rugged Mini vs. AData DashDrive Durable: A Comparative Review and Giveaway

Product Reviews

Lacie Rugged Mini vs. AData DashDrive Durable: A Comparative Review and Giveaway

Electronics of all kinds aren’t really built to withstand much in the way of knocks or extreme weather, but a special breed of portable hard drives exists to serve this very purpose – to withstand the everyday tumbles and adverse weather without sacrificing your precious data. It’s not often I get to break things in the name of science, but today is a special day. In the interests of all backpackers, hikers, summer poolside partygoers and urban adventurers – I’ll be putting the claims of two “rugged” portable drives to the test.

09-08-2013
Lacie Rugged Mini vs. AData DashDrive Durable: A Comparative Review and Giveaway
How to Add USB Storage to the Raspberry Pi

DIY

How to Add USB Storage to the Raspberry Pi

I’ve recently been looking at options for expanding the storage on my Raspberry Pi. Such choices are limited – the USB ports are often used by a keyboard, mouse or retro game controllers, while the SD card slot is naturally limited to just a single device. In terms of expanding storage via USB devices, there are two options. For instance, you might connect your USB hard disk drive or flash drive to one of the USB ports – but if that port is needed for another device, things can get tricky.

26-07-2013
How to Add USB Storage to the Raspberry Pi
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