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HOT DOG Linux: Live Image Based on Slackware Live

The design goals of HOT DOG Linux include: Graphical user interface based on retro computer systems including Windows 3.1 Hot Dog Stand, Amiga Workbench, Atari ST GEM, and Mac Classic and Aqua Custom lightweight Objective-C foundation Bitmapped graphics, low DPI displays No Unicode support by design HOT DOG Linux uses a custom lightweight Objective-C foundationContinue reading “HOT DOG Linux: Live Image Based on Slackware Live”

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ThinkComposer: Create advanced Concept Maps, Mind Maps, Flowcharts, Models and Diagrams

As a professional, student or creative person, you probably work analyzing, creating and exposing entities with complex attributes, relationships and dependencies; struggling to make effective solutions on time, needing to explain and convince an audience; and facing diverse perspectives on different problems. With ThinkComposer you can apply the power of comprehensive visual documents to getContinue reading “ThinkComposer: Create advanced Concept Maps, Mind Maps, Flowcharts, Models and Diagrams”

Barrier: Use a single keyboard and mouse to control multiple computers

Barrier is software that mimics the functionality of a KVM switch, which historically would allow you to use a single keyboard and mouse to control multiple computers by physically turning a dial on the box to switch the machine you’re controlling at any given moment. Barrier does this in software, allowing you to tell itContinue reading “Barrier: Use a single keyboard and mouse to control multiple computers”

Booting ARM Linux the standard way

Tow-Boot is a relatively new project for bringing some consistency to the way we boot Linux on ARM. This is both aimed at the Linux single board computers but also the new wave of Linux phones. On these devices the most common platform firmware is U-Boot. In some cases the U-Boot provided with the deviceContinue reading “Booting ARM Linux the standard way”

asciiMol: Curses based ASCII molecule viewer for linux terminals

A basic molecule viewer written in Python, using curses; Thus, meant for linux terminals. This is an alpha version, featuring: Opening default cartesian .xyz files Displaying one-letter atom labels Orthographic view Navigation Zoom, Rotation, Auto-Rotation Bond detection and display Read more…

Microsoft Flight Simulator’s cloud debut comes with upsides for devs

Microsoft is announcing the debut of Asobo Studios’ Microsoft Flight Simulator on Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Cloud Gaming–an announcement that wouldn’t normally catch our eye but for one additional fact. In addition to launching the game on its subscription platform, Microsoft is debuting a series of new APIs for game developers working on gamesContinue reading “Microsoft Flight Simulator’s cloud debut comes with upsides for devs”