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Arch Linux Is Officially Supported On The ODROID-XU4 ARM Single-Board Computer

As you may know, Arch Linux is among the most popular Linux operating systems and is already available on the Raspberry Pi ARM singleboard computer. Recently, Arch Linux ARM has announced that Arch Linux is now officially supported on the

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FriendlyARM NanoPC: Yet Another 69$ ARM Computer Capable Of Running Ubuntu

Hello Linux Geeksters. FriendlyArm has presented their new ARM NanoPC, having enough hardware resources to power up either Linux and Android. With a Samsung Exynos 4412 1.5 GHz quad-core (Cortex A9) processor, 1 GB of DDR3, 4 GB of eMMC

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AMD’s First 64 Bit ARM Processor Will Be Released Later This Year

Hello Linux Geeksters. AMD’s first 64 bit ARM processor (Opteron A1100) will be released later this year, being available in both quad-core and eight-core versions, being based on ARM’s Cortex-A57. For sure, this 64 bit ARM processor is not created

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PicUntu 4.5 For The Rockchip ARM-Based Processors Has Been Released

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, PicUntu is an Ubuntu derivate, optimized for the Rockchip ARM-based processors, for TV boxes and other devices. PicUntu 4.5 has been released, allowing the users to install it on device with RK3188 processor,

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Build A Raspberry Pi Tablet By Following The DukePad Instructions

As you may know, the Raspberry Pi is a small ARM computer, created in order to help the IT beginners to understand how the computer works and do basic programming. Some geeks from the DukePad team have created a set

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Raspberry Pi Will Also Replace X.Org Server With Wayland/Weston For Performance Reasons

It looks like the Raspberry Pi ARM bords give better performance with Wayland and using the Weston compisitor, than the good old X.org server. From performance reasons, Wayland would replace X.org completelly, soon. The founder of Raspberry Pi, Eben Upton

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