How to build custom IoT hardware with Arduino

Recently I wanted to create an Arduino-based low-power Internet of Things (IoT) device for makers, with built-in sensors that could be used to deliver sensor data from any location to the cloud, and potentially control connected devices such as thermostats, lights, door locks, and other home automation products. Along the way, I learned that creating a new IoT device, from idea to prototype to final product, is not as simple as I thought it would be, and there was no "ready-to-go" development device to start with.

How to Find a File in Linux with the Find Command

The Linux find command is one of the most important and handy commands in Linux systems. It can, as the name suggests, find files on your Linux PC based on pretty much whatever conditions and variables you set. You can find files by permissions, users, groups, file type, date, size and other possible criteria using the find command. Read More.

Working with VI editor : The Basics

VI editor is a powerful command line based text editor that was originally created for Unix but has since been ported to various Unix & Linux distributions. In Linux there exists another, advanced version of VI editor called VIM (also known as VI IMproved ). VIM only adds funtionalities to already powefrul VI editor, some of the added functionalities are Read More.

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How to set up a Raspberry Pi for retro gaming

I grew up with console gaming and over the years I have had a number of systems, including Atari, SNES, Sega Genesis, and my all-time-favorite—the Commodore Amiga. I recently found a backup of old games I have been carrying around with me for years and got nostalgic for the glory days of retro gaming. I grabbed some old hardware and started tinkering with it so I could relive my childhood. I was surprised how well these games run on my Raspberry Pi and it's become something of a new hobby.

Linux Filesystem Events with inotify

Linux has an efficient method for alerting user-space processes to changes impacting files of interest. The inotify Linux system calls were first discussed here in Linux Journal in a 2005 article by Robert Love who primarily addressed the behavior of the new features from the perspective of C. Read More.

How to Install Docker CE on Your Desktop

This article will cover the installation of Docker on desktop Linux, macOS, and Windows, and it is intended for beginners who want to get started with Docker containers. The only prerequisite is that you are comfortable with command-line interface. Read More.

Best Linux Laptops for 2018

The ultimate guide to the best Linux laptops in 2018.

There are companies that sell laptops with a Linux distro pre-installed. On top of that, you get full support for the hardware and software installed on the laptop, and some modifications so both the hardware and the software support your privacy and freedom.

You have many options to choose from - all kinds of laptops, different sizes and different hardware.

Some notable Linux laptop providers are:

What Linux Users Must Know About Meltdown and Spectre Bugs Impacting CPUs

Meltdown and Spectre are two vulnerabilities that impact almost all computers, tablets and smartphones on the earth. Does it mean you can be hacked? What can you do about it? Read More

How Red Hat Is Dealing With the Spectre of the CPU Meltdown

By now there's probably no one who follows tech even a little who hasn't heard about Meltdown and Spectre, two related security vulnerabilities that differ from garden variety security issues because they're hardware and not software vulnerabilities. They're also notable because they're built into just about every CPU that's been manufactured for decades.Read More.

Opera 50 Debuts Cryptocurrency Mining Protection in Web Browser

New release of Opera web browser has anti-cryptocurrency mining feature better built-in VPN and adds cryptocurrency conversion features. Check it out.

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