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magic-device-tool

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GNU/Linuxmagic-device-tool: "A simple and feature full batch tool to handle installing/replacing Operating Systems (Ubuntu Phone / Ubuntu Touch, Android, CyanogenMod, Maru OS, Sailfish OS, and Phoenix OS) on your mobile devices."
 
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Nostalgia: SBC6120 - RBC Edition

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HardwareThe SBC6120 is a single board computer using the Harris HD-6120 CMOS “PDP-8 on a chip”. See Intersil 6100 on Wikipedia.
 
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USB DAC 128 mkII from Henry Audio

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HardwareThe USB DAC 128 mkII from Henry Audio is interesting.
 
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DREM - FDD and MFM/RLL HDD emulator

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HardwareFor people who cwant to use old computers: the DREM (DRive EMulator) is a commercial FDD & MFM/RLL HDD emulator or MFM SSD.
 
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FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE

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FreeBSDFreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE is here.
 
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MNT VA2000, an Amiga 2000 Graphics Card (Zorro II)

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NewsThis one is in the "Nostalgia isn't dead yet" category: MNT VA2000, an Amiga 2000 Graphics Card (Zorro II).
 
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OpenBSD 6.0

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OpenBSD/NetBSDOpenBSD 6.0 was released on September 1st, 2016.
 
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Avoiding data disasters with Sanoid

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News"Sanoid helps to recover from what I like to call "Humpty Level Events." In other words, it can help you put Humpty Dumpty back together again, on ZFS filesystems."
 
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Fedora 24

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GNU/LinuxFedora 24 has been released. Release notes, common bugs.
 
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FreeBSD: terminal emulators in ports tree

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FreeBSDIn the old days, people used terminals to access computers. A terminal was a physical box with a keyboard, screen and some connectivity to a computer (serial port, network or other port).
 
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