Hardware

Testing and Building with the New gumstix SBCs, Part 1

Checking back in with gumstix's expanding product line to see if the original concerns have been addressed and what's possible now with the waysmall modules. more>>

Syncing the Treo 650 with Bluetooth

The new Treo smartphone is GNU/Linux compatible and comes with Bluetooth connectivity--here's how you can set it up for your network. more>>

Developing for the Atmel AVR Microcontroller on Linux

You'll enjoy the programming ease and built-in peripherals of the new generation of microcontrollers. Best of all, with these tools you can develop for the popular AVR series using a Linux host. more>>

PDA Freedom with OpenZaurus

How to replace your Zaurus' original ROM with OpenZaurus. more>>

IBM's IntelliStation A Pro

IBM has created a capable Red Hat Linux ES-based workstation featuring dual AMD Opteron processors with gobs of room for expansion. more>>

EOF - Dear Laptop Vendor

Hardware vendors, please sell me a high-quality laptop without a pre-installed OS. We'll both make money. more>>

Kernel Korner - Extending Battery Life with Laptop Mode

Economize on hard drive usage and extend your laptop's battery life. more>>

Breaking the Laptop Barrier

Pre-loaded, supported HP laptops are now available with SuSE 9.1 Professional. more>>

Ultimate Linux Box 2004

As four-processor x86-64 boards take over the high end of homebrew PCs, we take a look at the systems you'll be building next year. more>>
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