Imagine that you have a package to build. Sometimes it takes minutes. Other one takes hours. And then you run `htop` and see that your machine is idle during such build… You may ask “Why?” and the answer would be
During last few months I was working on getting Kolla running on AArch64 and POWER architectures. It was a long journey with several bumps but finally ended. When I started in January I had no idea how much work it will
Few months ago I created a page with HTML table. For own use basically. Then presented it to the people and found out that it got useful for them. So started improving and improving so it became side project. Yes,
Yesterday Acer announced convertible Chromebook R13, first MediaTek powered Chromebook. With AArch64 cpu cores. And PowerVR GPU. As it was in the evening I did not notice PowerVR part and got excited. Finally some AArch64 Chromebook which people will be able to
As I came back from PTO I had to dig into work mails. One of threads was about 25 years of Linux and there was a question “which was your first kernel” and I thought that it may be not an
Debian wiki has a section named “Debian On” where users can describe how to install Debian on any hardware. And there are several pages about Chromebooks. It is great idea but how it is done is far from being great.