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02/02/17 Intel-based network appliances offer power densities that can help unburden your core networking...0
01/24/17 Data centers want programmable chips so they can upgrade the data center’s ability during the life of the center without touching the hardware...0
10/06/16 New event co-located with the IoT Developers Conference at the Santa Clara Convention Center...0
04/25/16 Highlights from SPIE Photonics, Accellera’s DVCon and Automotive panels focus on semiconductor's changing role in emerging markets....0
10/29/15 San Francisco, October 28, 2105 – Verizon today announced its global strategy to simplify...0
10/27/15 IDT today announced an agreement to acquire privately held ZMDI for total consideration of $310M in cash....0
09/22/15 GE-IP to be “spun out” to focus on rugged, COTS systems and positioned a notch or two removed from prime contractors....0
07/23/15 Two industry veterans in position to offer informed perspectives on security, scalability,...0
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I recently built a crypto currency miner and I'm using Linux Mint as my OS for the miner. I manually turn on the miner by navigating to ~/Desktop/claymore and running ./start_only_eth.bash and my miner starts mining. So i palced this line `./home/ethereum/Desktop/claymore/start_only_eth.bash` in the /etc/init.d/rc.local...
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.9 has just been released....
So … gnome-terminal has been my standard cli interface on linux GUIs for a while. I can’t bring myself to use KDE for any number of reasons. Gnome itself went in strange directions, so I’ve been using Cinnamon atop Mint and Debian 8. Ok, Debian 8. Gnome-terminal. Some things missing when you right mouse...
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Dr. Mark A. Yoder has been professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, IN since 1988. As an author and educator he has been involved with groundbreaking engineering educational initiatives such as DSP First and the Infinity Project and has over 25 years of experience...
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