It’s our live commentary of Apple’s 2014 Late Fall iPad/Mac event. We document our reactions as the event unfolds & share our thoughts
This week on the show we'll be talking with Hiroki Sato about the status of BSD in Japan. We also get to hear about how he got on the core team, and we just might find out why NetBSD is so popular over there! Answers to all your emails, the latest news, and even a brand new segment, on BSD Now - the place to B.. SD.
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The fear machine is spinning at maximum speed scaring the public over Ebola, but to what end? We discuss what all the fearporn could be cover for.
Plus the new narrative being told to us about ISIS and how polls are showing growing support by the US to send boots into Iraq.
Also a discussion around personal privacy tools & the FBI’s recent campaign to label them as national security threats.
This show is about programming on a Raspberry Pi with on operating
system or libraries. In this programming environment, the only software
that the CPU executes is the software that you write. This episode
introduces how to configure the build environment and get a basic
application up and running. From here one can leverage these techniques
to build more sophisticated applications and deepen ones knowledge of
Here is some of the source material that I used while working on this
little learning experience.
dwelch67's bare metal repository
The best guide I know on this topic. Very thorough and what I used
as my starting point.
Git repo: git://gitorious.org/catrpi/catrpi.git
My own repository of code that I wrote during this little project.
Adafruit USB to TTL cable
Script to build the ARM toolchain
Contains the ARM assembly language as well as chip architecture overview.
You'll need the ARM 11 Architecture Reference Manual
Contains info about the specific SOC that the Raspberry PI uses
Shows how the Raspberry Pi is wired up
Describes functionality and programming model for the various Raspberry Pi
A major flaw in SSL 3.0 has been discovered by Google & the web springs into action. The Double Irish is getting shut down & Google has something very sweet for us all!
We discuss how one software center for all distributions would work & which existing solutions are the closest.
Plus looking forward to some new Ubuntu apps & how Linux bit Lightworks right in the memory manager.
This show includes two interviews with OggCamp attendees this year.
The first interview is with TDTRS co-host Peter Cannon, who is convinced that his podcast is the best Linux podcast there is and he is sure going to tell you why.
In the second interview I talked to Alistair (whose name I hopefully spell correctly), who told me that he would like to be a HPR host himself. So this ist his first appearance on HPR and hopefully not the last.
A batch of Dropbox usernames and passwords hit the web, Court document reveal Apple’s $50 Million for product leak fine & Newsweek comes under fire.
Plus our thoughts on the return of PC market growth & much more!
If this show only confuses you, search the Internet for the Android app Spaceteam, have some friends install it and start playing. To maximize the fun you preferably play in a public place.