OpenSource Privacy

I’ve blogged a bit about OpenSource, and Linux – I’ve even convinced numerous friends and family members to join me. CentOS and Debian are my distros of choice, but for many of them, moving over from the Windows world; simpler is better. So I’ve set them up mainly with Ubuntu (shudder) and Mint. My own…

OpenSource Privacy was originally published on Theo's Thoughts

Attempting Minecraft on PocketC.H.I.P.

My first attempt at installing and running Minecraft on the PocketC.H.I.P. – Fairly successful, but not quite workable yet. Related links of interest: How to use Aptitude package tool on Debian, Ubuntu and Mint linux How to Install JAVA 8 (JDK/JRE 8u77) on Debian 8 & 7 via PPA  

Attempting Minecraft on PocketC.H.I.P. was originally published on Theo's Thoughts

PocketC.H.I.P. – First Impressions

FEATURES 4.3″ Resistive touch screen. Full QWERTY keyboard. Removable enclosure and bezel. 3.7-volt LiPo Battery. GPIO Access. WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. APPLICATIONS PICO-8 – Play games, change games, and make games with PICO-8! SunVox – The SunVox tracker is a fully featured music production studio. Linux Terminal – A place to type commands directly to…

PocketC.H.I.P. – First Impressions was originally published on Theo's Thoughts

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