Three in One

Red Hat's Jim Perrin contrasts the company's three sponsored Linux projects

May 31, 2018

Swapnil sorts through the complex relationships of CentOS, Fedora, and RHEL with Red Hat's Jim Perrin.

Choosing an Ebook Manager

Buka, Calibre, and Lucidor

May 29, 2018

When it comes to organizing your online reading materials, the three main contenders on Linux are Buka, Calibre, and Lucidor. Read on to find out which one is right for you.

Command Line – BorgBackup

Your files will be assimilated

Apr 04, 2018

In Star Trek, the Borg adds individuals to its collective consciousness, an apt metaphor for any backup application that stores individual files in an archive. BorgBackup creates folder repositories for multiple archives, making it an especially befitting description of assimilation.

Tutorial – gpsd

Location, Location, Location

Apr 04, 2018

Even though your computer does not come with its own GPS, you can hack one onto it using a mobile phone. Although, it does take quite a bit of fiddling.

Knight's Tour

A Python solution for a classic chess puzzle

Apr 27, 2018

If you're looking for a head start on solving the classic Knight's Tour chess challenge, try this homegrown Python script.

In All Directions

Apr 04, 2018

This cool tool helps you exchange files and directories between computers with Linux, Mac OS, Windows, and Android.

Instant Android Apps

Apr 04, 2018

Jasonette makes it supremely easy to build simple and advanced Android apps with a minimum of coding.

Community Matters

Close to the {code} with Dell’s Josh Bernstein

Feb 21, 2018

Dell’s expansive {code} project is a cornerstone of the company’s open source strategy. Dell Technologies VP Josh Bernstein talks about {code} and the value of open source.

ADC Breakout

Use an analog sensor as a video game controller

Apr 30, 2018

We put our Analog-to-Digital converter to work reading positions from an analog sensor (a potentiometer) and control a bat in a simple implementation of the classic Breakout game.

3, 2, 1 … Go!

A countdown counter with the MAX7221 and a seven-segment display

Apr 04, 2018

Build a countdown counter with a Raspberry Pi and some electronics, and you can count down the time to any event.

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