Anyone know if any devices like this exist & work with Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 17, 2008
I'm trying to find two particular types of devices. It would be sweet to find both features I want in a single device, but I don't expect any to exist seeing as I can't find anything on them at all.
First, a USB temperature reader (weather proof) to read the outside temperatures.
Second, a USB Compass to be able to display the results on screen (preferably with a little graphical compass on the screen as a widget).
Any help on where to find such devices (preferably for under $100 each) would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Anyone have any Ideas? My Problem with Python!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 11, 2011
Just to post here, that I love Python and I use it a lot in terms of my programming. I have 1 main problem with Python. There is no option inside of the Compiler to make straight executables, that do not require the end-user to have Python installed. I know in Windows you can use Py2exe and Cx_Freeze in Linux, but they result in massive file sizes, and furthermore I haven't a clue as to how you would go about using Cx_Freeze in the first place.
Replace iOS with Linux/Android
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 29, 2014
I want to replace the current iOS on an iPod Touch 4th Gen with Linux or Android OS. Meaning I want to completely wipe the current iOS and replace it so it run Android only.
I do not want it just "Jailbroke"
Help with Linux Zorin OS 8.1 Core, 64 bit.
location: linux.com - date: June 22, 2014
I am trying to get Zorin to boot from the DVD. I have downloaded the 64 bit version. From two different sites. One I thought I burned to a DVD. As well as the other download. Neither of them would boot. So I downloaded one more time from Linux. I made two more copies and again neither DVD will boot. Once I get to the F12 boot window. I go to the DVD line and hit enter. The screen goes black, and then loads windows 7.
I am trying to open as many of the Distro's that I can, on Live CD. To check them out. I intend to install one at least on a separated stand alone hard drive. And not using the C drive. As this computer allows one to plug in two additional hard drives. I have gotten Mint to boot after trying a few times, as it did the same thing when I first tried to boot it.
Can anybody direct me in obtaining a good download. Downloading it and burning it to a CD. And having it boot properly. Thanks you.
I'm looking for a project to do in Linux, any ideas?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 13, 2012
I'm looking for any projects to do that are Linux specific. I'm taking on an extra activity in one of my classes at school that requires me to complete a project in Linux (what the extracurricular activity that I'm working on is).
I've been looking around at things to in Ubuntu, and I've found a few intriguing projects I could work on, but I haven't been able to decide on what I want to do.
I was wondering if anyone knew any interesting, or satisfying projects to do in Linux. The only stipulation I have to add is that it has to be done in Linux. That's about it
Thank you all for your suggestions
Any neat ideas or reasons to boot Linux from a USB thumb drive?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 24, 2008
I'm trying to decide if I want to do it and I'm curious, what neat things have people done (or can think of doing) with a Linux distro booting from a thumb drive? Thoughts both humanitarian (killing viruses) and not so humanitarian are equally welcome
Any lack of compatibility with Linux is my own fault!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 12, 2008
However, my fiancee doesn't believe me, and she has good right. My system is always having quirks, but they're all my fault!!
Reason 1: I use 64bit Linux. That makes everything a bigger pain in the butt. Flash is harder, Wine is harder, Java is harder. Granted, I have all these things working, but it was more work than a 32bit OS. It's no wonder Linux seems intimidating to her.
Reason 2: I use Opera browser. I love Opera, but getting Java to work is impossible and a lot of websites were written for an IE world. Using Opera is a commitment to standardization.
As you can see, none o
Router with Ubuntu OS or Linux OS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 10, 2014
I would like to buy a new router with the following features: gigabit ethernet, wireless N, USB port for HDD and Linux OS, possibly Ubuntu. Can you tell me if there exists something like this?
I know about of openWRT project but I do not appear very updated for many routers. I would like to have a device which is able to run project like ownCloud, mailPile, bitTorrent sync and etc.
Best OS based Linux Distrobution for a AMD K6 (200 MHz) with 64 MB RAM Page 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 14, 2014
"a GTK only desktop, a flavor with just X windows and a text mode system which will run with only 48 MB RAM (but can still let you install a full desktop). ""
I still run 386 systems with 32 meg ram on QNX 4. And it works great still.
I remember running basic on a dial up 75 baud to a computer with real disks for memory and used a teletype and punch hole tape to feed the program in. Pass or fail you had to log off and get off quick because the cost of the per half minute was high.
Overview of the Linux kernel's role in Android OS
location: linuxexchange.com - date: February 6, 2012
Can anyone provide an overview of the Linux kernel's role in Android OS?
Please share any links or documentation.
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