LinuxGizmos: CompuLab's tiny "Fitlet" mini-PC runs Linux or Windows on a dual- or quad-core 64-bit AMD x86 SoC, and offers generous I/O, plus modular expansion options.
Google has shed fresh light on Project Ara, its modular Android smartphone initiative, including plans to pilot the project in Puerto Rico through food truck-style stores.
Project Ara will offer a smartphone endoskeleton; users will be able to add the functionality they want piece by piece, rather than being confined by the hardware configurations determined by operators and providers.
Google debuted the project's first functional prototype, known as Spiral 1, in 2013.
This morning I wrote about Unless Fedora 22 Is To Be Delayed, GCC 5 Might Not Make It due to needing a mass rebuild of all the Fedora packages and the time involved on the short time-line. The Fedora FESCo committee convened today and their outcome is a bit surprising.
Reddit: Why would SSH'ing into another machine auto log out the original after a random amount of time?
At work we use linux and when we need to process computationally heavy things we ssh into one of the two more powerful computers so they can continue being used by the user but we can use the graphics cards.
Recently however we have been getting issues that while we're ssh'ed into the machines our computer (not the one we are trying to take advantage of) is getting completely logged out of our current session (and I don't mean out of the ssh I mean completely out of our computer all unsaved work gone everything).
This can happen after 5 minutes of being SSH'ed in or after 45 minutes its completely random.
Any help would be great thank you!!submitted by I_lurk_until_needed
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Today's tiptoe through the newsfeeds found a list of distributions we'll never see. Elsewhere, Phoronix.com said Fedora leadership is still planning releasing version 22 on time. Bruce Byfield has the advantages and disadvantages of popular Linux desktops and Jon maddog Hall shares his road to Open Source success. Over in Gentooland developer Donnie Berkholz says Gentoo needs focus to stay relevant and Andreas Hüttel has started a new blog series highlighting Gentoo derivatives.
"The Indian market has shown incredible smartphone growth, and we believe migration from feature phones to smartphones will increase," a Samsung spokesperson said in a statement provided to LinuxInsider by Ashley Wimberley.
"India's mobile market is ... open to new smartphone platforms that are open source, can provide unique local solutions, and are adaptable across multiple brands," the spokesperson noted.