During weekend I was in Warsaw at Pixel Heaven 2013 retrocomputing event. It was interesting but I had no idea which machines I will see there as normally on such events in Poland you can see some Atari, Commodore 64 and Amiga computers. But
In around 3 hours from now Jon Masters from Red Hat will have first live multi-node cluster 64-bit ARM silicon demo running Fedora. On real hardware… It amazing how it went from new architecture announcement though simulators, boostrapping distributions to running those
When last time I was in Cambridge we had a discussion about ARM processors. Paweł used term “ARMology” then. And with recent announcement of Cortex-A12 cpu core I thought that it may be a good idea to write a blog post about it. Please note that my knowledge
Yesterday I spent a bit of time reading a thread on Arch Linux ARM forum about their issues with Samsung ARM Chromebook. And found interesting information there. Why Arch Linux ARM? Because they posted guide for replacing original U-Boot with normal one. I plan
During ELCE in Barcelona I spoke with guys from Qualcomm about their new board, what it is etc. Some time later guys from Intrinsyc (manufacturer of board) contacted me with free coupon for it. I ordered board and received few days later.