LinuxLinks initially began as a private home page. Back in 1994 Linux was beginning to take off and our bookmarks had become increasingly disorganised. Over time, demand increased from other users to list the Linux sites on a more formal basis. Linux Links was then created.Read more
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GitLab reported that 13,000 projects moved from GitHub to GitLab on the day of Microsoft’s acquisition announcement. That’s, of course, a small drop in the ocean compared to the 80 million projects currently hosted on GitHub.Read more
Pocketsprite Game Console is billed as the open-source tamagotchi of 2018. The device isn’t aimed at a niche, nerdy group, rather, it’s targeting a growing majority of game lovers and capable coders.
The device sports a 240MHz dual-core ESP32 processor and 520KB of RAM, which is sufficient to play 8-bit classic games, and still fit on a keychain.Read more
SiFive has announced their HiFive Unleashed, the first Linux RISC-V developer board.
RISC-V (pronounced “risk-five”) is an open instruction set architecture (ISA) based on established reduced instruction set computing (RISC) principles. RISC-V is an open source ISA that is not subject to patents, and is available under the BSD license.Read more
LinuxLinks.com is currently being migrated into the new system.
Migrated pages will have a different layout. Some pages may be temporarily missing. Images and screenshots will be added shortly.Read more