Ultimate Linux Box

ZFS Port to Linux ( all versions)

As we all know, ZFS is by far the best file system.

People have workarounds and solutions which are kind of 2nd tone replacements to work on Linux, but either ways, all these solutions are not really good replacements as they either are not stable enough or lack some of the salient features of ZFS.

KQ has ported ZFS to Linux and was a much awaited release since January 2010. more>>

Need clarification abt kernel

I want 2 use linux kernel as a base for dealing with HW And to attach a program written in java to it. so what i can do if i want to make an os having only this java program.

got the kernel from kernel.org I want to attach specific device drivers to the kernel to deal with specific HW. I have developed a program in Java; I want this program only to work with the kernel... more>>

The Ultimate Linux Box for the Consumer Market

I have an idea on how to put together an ultimate Linux box that is consumer friendly, not only in ease of use, but friendly to the wallet.

Motherboard: Intel Core Two Duo processor running at 3.2Ghz System Memory: 2GB (more if you can afford it) Disk Space: 320GB minimum (again, more if you can afford it) more>>

Linux Robot, more hardware ideas

http://www.adamsinfo.com/linux-robot-more-hardware-ideas/

Follow on from: http://www.adamsinfo.com/linux-robot-watch-this-space/

I’ve been giving the layout and hardware of the device some thought. Hardware should be split up as follows:

Main board more>>

Survey of readers was taken, results say...

http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/ultimate-linux-box is where the survey lives.

As of April 14, 2008, the results read:

Ultimate Gaming Machine 12% (106 votes)

Massive Storage Beast 7% (65 votes)

Super Green Earth Friendly 11% (95 votes)

Uber Cheap Bargain Basement 8% (70 votes) more>>

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