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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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openSUSE: dualboot USB installer

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GNU/LinuxOver at LJ, you can find the article Dual Boot openSUSE USB Stick Installer, which shows you how to make a installer for both the 32bit and 64bit openSUSE on a usb stick. Nice!
 
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Alexandria - manage your book collection

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GNU/LinuxIf you need to catalogue your books, Alexandria is a cool solution. It will look up books online, from several providers, including Amazon (you need an AWS account - free) based on search parameters or ISBN numbers. A FreeBSD port of Alexandria exists too. Very cool!
 
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Native ZFS for Linux?

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GNU/LinuxThe headline is Native ZFS Port for Linux, and there is some truth to the story. Some truth? Well, yes, not all pieces to have zfs native on Linux is in place, and it isn't production ready yet. Still, it is an interesting project.
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yaVDR

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GNU/LinuxyaVDR is a Linux distribution focussed on Klaus Schmidingers Video Disk Recorder and based on Ubuntu 9.10 i386. Although yaVDR 0.1.x works quite well already, there are many things that are either buggy or don't work automatically yet. So we don't recommend it for productive usage in case you have no experiences in configuring VDR manually.
 
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