Getting good example projects using embedded Linux today is not as hard as it was decades ago. Furthermore the projects are open source therefore giving you a better insight into what they entail. Read on to get a better understanding and appreciation for embedded Linux.
There are literally dozens of open content licensing models and it wont be a surprise to know that you may be having trouble understanding open source and CC licensing. The good news is that it has all been explained here so keep on reading.
Covering basic setup of your Linux box to advanced tasks such as creating and merging PDF documents, printing and ripping CDs, this guide of 50 Linux text functions is ideal for gaining a true understanding of the popular operating system.
If you’re a fan of Windows XP and 7 and need them both installing, or you want to run Windows and a Linux distribution and can’t decide which to use, why not simply choose to dual boot? Installing two or more operating systems on your computer is a popular solution to this problem.
One of the basic tools you should have at your command in Ubuntu (or any Linux operating system) is the ability to create and rename files and folders. There are different ways of doing this, using the GUI and the Terminal.
Save your company or yourself a fortune on free powerful database software provided by Free and Open Source Linux alternatives.
Connecting a USB flash memory device or printer to a virtual machine in VirtualBox shouldn’t be too much trouble, but if you do find that the device cannot be recognized, here are a couple of useful tips that will come in handy.
Gparted is a live linux CD that allows you to format a hard drive as Mac HFS and many other file systems. It is a distributed as an ISO, which is burnt onto a CD or DVD. Once successfully burned, it can be used to boot your computer instead of the hard drive.
Are your Linux software installations messing with your system? It might be of great interest to know that your installations might just be tampering with the Linux Kernel Parameters. This guide will show you how to get access to those same parameters and revert any changes that were made.
For those of you that are interested in Linux kernel development, this introductory guide offers the basic knowledge and information you would need to get started with programming the Linux kernel.