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Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Retro Gaming – Week 17

For this week, I’m going to look at a few retro games, all nestling in Raspbian’s repositories. While its quad-core BCM2711 system-on-chip has more powerful processing cores, and the first upgrade to the graphics processor in the project’s history, it’s important to be realistic with expectations about the RPI4’s gaming potential.

This Week in Linux 92: Linux 5.5, Solus, Kali, Tails, elementary, Red Hat, Pine64, Laptops

DLN Xtend, Linux Kernel 5.5, Solus 4.1, Tails 4.2, Kali Linux, elementary OS, Sudo Bug, Pine64 HardROCK64, PinePhone, Canonical Anbox Cloud, Kdenlive, RawTherapee, Kubuntu Focus, WINE, Proton & more

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Screen Capture – Week 16

For this week’s blog, I turn to a desktop activity that I use fairly frequently. It’s screen capturing – offering the ability to share images on my computer screen with a colleague or friend. Recording a video or screencast might be snazzier, but a still-image screen capture, known as a screenshot, is often all I need to get the message across.

How to Watch Sling TV in Kodi

Kodi's support for DRM in version 18 and beyond opened the doors to streaming services like Sling TV. It's simple enough to get it running within Kodi and start watching live TV legally.

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Emulate Home Computers – Week 15

A glaring omission from my RPI4 blog to date is gaming on this wee machine. There’s so many games to play on the machine, it’s difficult to know where to begin. I’ll start with something that shouldn’t be taxing on the machine. Emulating home computers. Specifically, the Amiga, ZX Spectrum, and Atari ST. They were hugely popular home computers targeted heavily towards games, but also ran other types of software.

scrcpy Now Available In Debian Testing / Sid And Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa

scrcpy, a tool to display and control Android devices from your desktop, was added recently to the Debian testing (bullseye) and sid, and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa repositories.

scrcpy is a free and open source application that can be used to show an Android device's screen on a Linux, macOS or Windows desktop, allowing you to control it remotely. This can be done by connecting your Android device to a computer either via USB or wirelessly.

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Memory Usage – Week 14

There are 3 models of the Raspberry Pi 4 (RPI4) available. They are identical except for the amount of RAM onboard; choose from 1GB of RAM, 2 GB of RAM, or 4GB of RAM. There’s no way of upgrading the RAM once a user has made their purchase. So it’s pretty important to choose the model that best fits your requirements, or you may end up spending more than necessary, or even need to buy extra RPI4’s. For this week’s blog, I’m seeking to provide information that’ll help you determine which model of the RPI4 to get.

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Screencasting – Week 13

Given the multimedia strengths of the RPI4, I’ve spent a few weeks covering video streaming, then examining the viability of the RPI4 to play locally stored video, before turning to examining the RPI4 as a home theater. Continuing this theme, for this week’s blog I look at the RPI4 as a screencaster.

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Reading Comics – Week 12

  • LinuxLinks.com; By LinuxLinks (Posted by sde on Jan 15, 2020 11:50 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: ARM, Linux
I’ve covered some fairly meaty areas in this blog in recent weeks. For this week, I’m turning to a much lighter side of the Linux desktop. Reading comics on the RPI4.

How I upgraded my CuBox open source music server

  • Opensource.com (Posted by bob on Jan 13, 2020 2:56 AM EDT)
  • Groups: ARM; Story Type: News Story
Back in early 2014, I purchased my first ARM-based computer, a SolidRun CuBox-i4. My goal for the CuBox was to have a headless device (e.g., no display) that takes up minimal space in the audio equipment shelf, makes minimal noise, and serves music files to my digital-to-analog converter (DAC) and thus to the rest of the stereo. On paper, the CuBox was a perfect fit. read more

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Home Theater – Week 11

This is a weekly blog about the Raspberry Pi 4 (“RPI4”), the latest product in the popular Raspberry Pi range of computers. In this week's blog, we put Kodi through its paces on the RPI4. Kodi is free, open-source software for managing your local collection of movies, television shows, music, and photos. It’s the finest free home theater software available, although it’s interface isn’t the most intuitive. It can even play games.

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Watching Video – Week 10

For this week's blog, I’m looking at straightforward video playback from locally stored media. Does the RPI4 have sufficient grunt to be a capable video player?

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Viewing PDFs – Week 9

For this week’s blog, I’m putting the Raspberry Pi 4 through its paces as a viewer for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. I look at the pre-installed solutions including qpdfview, comparing them to the many other PDF viewers in the Raspbian repositories.

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Remote Desktop – Week 8

I’ve received a few requests to see how the RPI4 fares as a remote desktop client. I can see this could make sense. The RPI4 offers dual monitor support. It should have sufficient CPU and GPU resources to act as a functional remote desktop, particularly when connecting to servers that have better system resources.

Terminal File Manager nnn Adds Session Management, Rclone Cloud Storage Integration

nnn is a very fast file manager created to work seamlessly with desktop environments and GUI utilities. The ncurses based keyboard-driven terminal application should run smoothly on the Raspberry Pi, Termux on Android, Linux, macOS, BSD, Cygwin and WSL.

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – e-book Tools – Week 7

This week’s Raspberry Pi 4 blog focuses on excellent free and open source e-book software that runs on this single-board computer.

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Office Software – Week 6

The last couple of weeks I’ve looked at whether the RPI4 is capable of two absolutely essential desktop activities: web browsing and email. I was impressed by the wee device in this regard. This week I’m summarizing my experiences of another fundamental desktop activity: running an office suite.

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Email – Week 5

Last week’s blog looked at whether the RPI4 cuts the mustard as a desktop web browser. It does although with a few reservations. This week’s blog focuses on another absolutely essential desktop activity. Managing your email.

PinePhone Pre-Orders, AMD, openSUSE, Ubuntu, elementary, Steam, Edge, Stadia | This Week in Linux 87

PinePhone Pre-Orders, AMD Announces Latest Threadripper & Ryzen CPUs, openSUSE on Name Change, Ubuntu, elementary OS, Steam Containers / Cloud Gaming, Microsoft Edge, Google Stadia, Chrome OS, & more

Latest Banana Pi showcases a new quad -A7 SoC with FPGA extensions

The Banana Pi project and SunPlus have unveiled a “Banana Pi BPI-F2S” SBC with 40-pin RPi GPIO and an optional Artix-7 FPGA module. The SBC runs Linux on a new quad -A7 “SP7021” SoC from SunPlus and Tibbo with Arm9 and 8051 co-processors. The Banana Pi project has teamed with Taiwanese automotive infotainment manufacturer SunPlus […]

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Web Browsing – Week 4

This is a weekly blog about the Raspberry Pi 4 (“RPI4”), the latest product in the popular Raspberry Pi range of computers.

Nvidia unveils Nano-sized spin-down of high-end Jetson Xavier

  • LinuxGizmos.com; By Eric Brown (Posted by bob on Nov 9, 2019 6:29 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: ARM, Ubuntu
Nvidia’s 70 x 45mm “Jetson Xavier NX” module runs Ubuntu on a hexa-core Arm SoC with a 384-core Volta GPU and delivers 14 TOPS (10W) or 21 TOPS (15W) AI performance. By comparison, the larger, octa-core Xavier AGX has 512 Volta cores and up to 30-TOPS AI. To bolster its edge AI portfolio, Nvidia unveiled […]

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Video Streaming – Week 3

This is a weekly blog about the Raspberry Pi 4 (“RPI4”), the latest product in the popular Raspberry Pi range of computers.

Digilent embraces SYZYGY expansion with new Linux-on-Zynq SBCs

Digilent’s “Eclypse Z7” and “Genesys ZU” SBCs run Linux on Zynq 7020 and Zynq UltraScale+ Arm/FPGA SoCs, respectively, and offer expansion slots for Pmod and higher-speed SYZYGY modules including new DAC and ADC modules.

Aaeon launches M.2 and mini-PCIe based AI accelerators using low-power Kneron NPU

  • LinuxGizmos.com; By Eric Brown (Posted by bob on Oct 17, 2019 6:10 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: ARM
Aaeon’s M.2 and mini-PCIe “AI Edge Computing Modules” are based on Kneron’s energy-efficient, dual Cortex-M4-enabled KL520 AI SoC, which offers 0.3 TOP NPU performance on only half a Watt. Aaeon took an early interest in edge AI acceleration with Arm-based Nvidia Jetson TX2 based computers such as the Boxer-8170AI. More recently, it has been delivering […]

Linux Lockdown, CentOS Stream, Patent Trolls, Ubuntu, Lakka, KDE Plasma | This Week in Linux 83

Linus Approves Kernel 'Lockdown' Feature, Red Hat Announces CentOS Stream, GNOME Foundation Sued By "Patent Troll", Purism Releases Video Demos of Librem 5, Ubuntu Reveals Plan for 32-bit & more!

SDR dev kit builds on Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC

  • LinuxGizmos.com; By Eric Brown (Posted by bob on Sep 18, 2019 7:39 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: ARM, Linux
Avnet has launched an “RFSoC Development Kit” that extends Xilinx’s eval kit for its Linux-powered, Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC. The kit adds a Qorvo 2×2 Small Cell RF front-end for SDR prototyping and integrates MATLAB and Simulink. Xilinx launched its 5G-focused Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC variant of its Arm/FPGA hybrid Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoc last year and then […]

RaspEX Project Now Lets You Turn Your Raspberry Pi 4 into a HTPC with Kodi

GNU/Linux developer Arne Exton released a new edition of his RaspEX operating system for Raspberry Pi devices featuring the Kodi media centre and designed for the new Raspberry Pi 4.

RaspEX Project Brings Ubuntu 19.10 "Eoan Ermine" with LXDE to the Raspberry Pi 4

After releasing RaspArch to run Arch Linux on the Raspberry Pi 4, developer Arne Exton now released a new version of his Ubuntu/Debian-based RaspEX GNU/Linux distribution for the Raspberry Pi 4.

RaspArch Project Now Lets You Run Arch Linux on Your Raspberry Pi 4 Computer

GNU/Linux developer Arne Exton informs Softpedia News about the availability of a new version of his RaspArch project, which lets users run the Arch Linux operating system on the tiny Raspberry Pi computers.

The Best Command-Line-Only Video Games

The original UNIX operating system was created, in large part, to facilitate porting a video game to a different computer. And, without UNIX, we wouldn't have Linux, which means we owe the very existence of Linux to...video games. It's crazy, but it's true.

Getting started with the BBC Microbit

Whether you are a maker, a teacher, or someone looking to expand your Python skillset, the BBC:Microbit has something for you. It was designed by the British Broadcasting Corporation to support computer education in the United Kingdom. The open hardware board is half the size of a credit card and packed with an ARM processor, a three-axis accelerometer, a three-axis magnetometer, a Micro USB port, a 25-pin edge connector, and 25 LEDs in a 5x5 array. read more

Raspbian GNU/Linux upgrade from Stretch to Raspbian Buster 10

The upgrade from Raspbian Stretch to Raspbian 10 Buster is a relatively simple procedure. However, exercise caution, as there is always a chance to break the entire system. The fewer installed 3rd-party packages and services, the more likely you are able successfully to upgrade your Raspbian Linux system.

Octa-core MediaTek i700 SoC offers APU 2.0 for edge AI

  • LinuxGizmos.com; By Eric Brown (Posted by bob on Jul 16, 2019 7:16 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: ARM
MediaTek unveiled an “AI IoT platform i700” SoC for edge AI with 2x 2.2GHz Cortex-A75 cores and 6x 2.0GHz -A55 cores plus a PowerVR GM9446, a 970MHz ISP, and a MediaTek APU 2.0 for AI acceleration. MediaTek recently announced a powerful octa-core Arm that is intended not for smartphones but for edge AI systems. The […]

Arm-based SBC has PoE, WiFi/BT, and optional Sub-1GHz, 802.15.4, GPS, and LTE

Gateworks’ headless “Ventana GW5910” SBC runs OpenWrt or Ubuntu on a dual-core i.MX6 and provides GbE with PoE, WiFi/BT, optional GPS, Sub-1GHz, and 2.4GHz radios, and dual mini-PCIe slots for further wireless expansion. Freescale’s i.MX6 was ahead of its time when it launched in 2011, and in the NXP era it it has continued to […]

32-bit life support: Cross-compiling with GCC

If you're a developer creating binary packages, like an RPM, DEB, Flatpak, or Snap, you have to compile code for a variety of different target platforms. Typical targets include 32-bit and 64-bit x86 and ARM. You could do your builds on different physical or virtual machines, but that means maintaining several systems. Instead, you can use the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) to cross-compile, producing binaries for several different architectures from a single build machine. read more

Linux 5.2, Debian 10, Pinebook Pro, Mageia, Whonix, GRUB, Valve, Zorin, Mint | This Week in Linux 73

Linux 5.2, Debian 10, Pinebook Pro, Mageia 7, Whonix 15, GRUB 2.04, Valve wants Testers, Linux Mint, NVidia, AMD, Rocket League, GNOME, 10 Years of Zorin & GamingOnLinux.com on TWinL73

Raspberry Pi 4, Ubuntu Keeps 32bit Libs, Steam Summer Sale, Firefox, Kodi | This Week in Linux 72

Raspberry Pi 4, Ubuntu Keeps 32bit Libs, Steam Summer Sale, Firefox, Kodi, Drawpile, Microsoft wants access to private Linux mailing list, PS3 Emulator for Linux, Humble Bundle & more on TWinL 72!

Arm-based HMI voice control kit targets industrial applications

Renesas announced an industrial voice control “RZ/G Solution for HMI” kit that runs Linux and Sensory’s TrulyHandsfree voice stack on iWave’s Renesas RZ/G1E-based iW-RainboW-G22D module. There’s also a mic and a 4.3-inch LCD. Renesas has partnered with Sensory, Shinko Shoji Co., and iWave to develop a voice control and speaker ID interface for industrial environments. […]

Rugged, Arm-based 7-inch touch-panel supports PoE and CAN

Advantech’s IP66-protected “TPC-71W” industrial panel PC runs Linux or Android on an i.MX6. There’s a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen, GbE with optional PoE, CAN 2.0, mini-PCIe, and -20 to 60°C support. Advantech announced what appears to be its first Arm-based touch-panel computer. The rugged, industrial TPC-71W system runs on an NXP i.MX6 and is aimed at […]

Raspberry Pi 4 is here!

The latest version of the Raspberry Pi—Raspberry Pi 4—was released today, earlier than anticipated, featuring a new 1.5GHz Arm chip and VideoCore GPU with some brand new additions: dual-HDMI 4K display output; USB3 ports; Gigabit Ethernet; and multiple RAM options up to 4GB. read more

Security-Oriented Alpine Linux Receives Serial & Ethernet Support for ARM Boards

Natanael Copa's security-oriented Alpine Linux operating system has been updated to version 3.10.0, a major release that brings several new features, various improvements and bug fixes, as well as lots of updated components.

Companies Pushing Open Source RISC-V Silicon Out to the Edge

  • Data Center Knowledge; By Christine Hall (Posted by brideoflinux on May 29, 2019 1:25 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: ARM
It emerged as a force in the silicon market last year, and its been gaining momentum ever since.

Building a Raspberry PI Cluster - Part IV: Monitoring

Having a cluster built out of Raspberry Pi's is not only fun but also eases your work. As we discussed in our latest article in the series you can use the cluster to compile software or make it gather data from various sources on the Internet. There are many uses for such a thing. However, after compiling for an hour straight you might get curious as of how your nodes perform. How they work under load, if they're not under-powered or if the CPU temperature is not rising above desired levels.

Zombieload, Nextcloud, Peppermint 10, KDE Plasma, IPFire, ArcoLinux, LuneOS | This Week in Linux 67

TWinL67: Zombieload, Nextcloud, Peppermint 10, KDE Plasma, IPFire, ArcoLinux, LuneOS, SouthEast LinuxFest, Superpaper, Pinephone, Valve: SteamOS, Steam Client Beta, Proton, id Software Going Vulkan

Building a Raspberry PI Cluster - Part III: Simultaneous Node Management

Here is out third article in the Building a Raspberry Pi Cluster series. We will talk about what software we can use to make all the cluster nodes respond to your commands all at once, so that you can install whatever you wish and do it only once for ll of the cluster nodes instead of configuring them one by one as separate entities. Such software greatly eases your work and reduces the time needed to perform operations. It does not matter if you have four, eight or fifty nodes to work with you can make them all do the same thing at the same time.

Linux 5.1, Red Hat's RHEL 8, Ubuntu Touch, GCC, App Store, Alpine, WSL2 | This Week in Linux 66

Linux Kernel in Windows 10, Ubuntu 19.10 "Eoan Ermine", Chromebook Linux Google I/O News, KDE Plasma Wallpaper Contest, Kaidan, OpenIndiana, PDF Arranger, LibreSignage, D9VK, Easy Anti-Cheat, BattlEye

Destination Linux EP117 – Chris Were Digital

In DL117 MX 18.2, AV Linux, GIMP 2.10.10, OBS23.1, 2nd Gen AMD Proc, ARM laptops heat up with Red Hat, Ubuntu ZFS installs, DLC for Borderlands, SuperTuxKart plus our Tips, Tricks and Software picks!

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