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Baserock

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GNU/LinuxBaserock aims to be a great way to build embedded systems with Linux. The initial releases target x86_32 and x86_64 for ease of development, but we're working on support for ARM based devices as well. Baserock is a new project - documentation is incomplete and likely to change.
 
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Tvheadend

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GNU/LinuxTvheadend is a TV streaming server for Linux supporting DVB-S, DVB-S2, DVB-C, DVB-T, ATSC, IPTV, and Analog video (V4L) as input sources. You need a frontend to actually watch your recordings, for example XBMC. Looks like a good alternative to MythTV.
 
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Quick tip: Ubuntu - proxy settings for Update Manager

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GNU/LinuxYou have set the proxy in"Network proxy" (Applications, System Tools, System Settings, Network) but update-manager still doesn't work. In Ubuntu, update-manager has its own proxy settings. You will have to edit / create the file /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/02proxy and put this line in it:
Acquire::http::Proxy "http://proxyserver:proxyport/";
For example
Acquire::http::Proxy "http://proxy:8080/";
That's it.
 
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Nokia N9

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GNU/LinuxThe Nokia N9 cellphone runs the MeeGo operating system, specifically, MeeGo "Harmattan". In other words: Linux, open source (mostly), mobile operating system. And it looks good too. Nice!
 
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linux-c6x

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GNU/Linuxthe linux-c6x project aims to be the focal point for activities related to Linux on Texas Instruments c64x+ and c66x family of digital signal processors and multicore devices. Yor can read about the project goals.
 
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DVB: how to stream all channels from freeview onto your network

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GNU/LinuxThe article How to stream EVERY channel from Freeview onto your network is very interesting. It shows you a way to stream every unencrypted TV channel onto your network, using a linux machine and a few DVB-T cards.
 
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Ubuntu and the Sky City Nano 11N USB adapter

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GNU/LinuxI recently got a Sky City Nano 11 N usb wireless adapter (sku.54193), and planned using it in Ubuntu 10.10. However, the adapter wasn't recognized when plugged in. A bit of Googling led to this thread: NET-WL-UMD-606N and Linux. So I downloaded RTL8188CUS_linux_v2.0.1324.zip from Realtek and followed the instructions in the thread, and now I have a Realtek 802.11n WLAN Adapter on my Ubuntu machine. Cool!
 
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Gentoo Linux - LiveDVD 11.0

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GNU/LinuxGentoo Linux (Wikipedia: Gentoo Linux) is proud to announce the availability of a new LiveDVD to celebrate the continued collaboration between Gentoo users and developers. The LiveDVD features a superb list of packages.

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Debian 6.0 released

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GNU/LinuxDebian 6.0 aka "Squeeze" has been released. Two years of waiting, but it was worth it: if you run Debian GNU/kFreeBSD you can now use zfs. Oh, and there is lots of other nice things in the new release, too.
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LinuxICE

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GNU/LinuxLinuxICE is part of the OpenICE project. LinuxICE (In Car Entertainment) is a full featured operating system designed for car PC systems. It combines the "big four" of car infotainment: Media playback, Navigation, Car Statistics, and Connectivity with other devices. LinuxICE combines the power and functionality of the Ubuntu distribution with all the non-essential packages stripped away for the best experience on hardware designed for car enviroments. Under the hood, LinuxICE is simply a remastered version of Ubuntu and is 100% binary equal with the base Ubuntu core.
 
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