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Alexander von Gluck
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More 3D printable cases for the MinnowBoard MAX / Turbot!

This is a case designed to commemorate Twentieth Anniversary of the release of the BeBox.
Man I really like the @MinnowBoard Max. Great development platform with the perfect connectors. Only if more 3d printed cases existed :-\. TABBx – @20thABBx · @kallisti5 @mmu_man here there's already a special 3D Printed Case for @MinnowBoard Max on the way to #20thABBx ;-D ...
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Looks like an interesting project.
This project began with an idea for takink a leap on the development of Haiku, an open-source operating system that specifically targets personal computing. Inspired by the BeOS, Haiku is fast, simple to use, easy to learn and yet very powerful. We need a hadware system that take advantage from contemporary technologies and meets the requirements of a modern desktop system that satisfies common uses at different situations. Because it has b...
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So... I think i've finally finished the internet.

http://cachemonet.com/
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This little bit of code took me 4 hours!

fdt_get_device_base: before: 7e200000
fdt_get_range_offset: range offset: 0x7e000000
fdt_get_device_base: /soc/gpio found @ 0x200000 , size: 0xb4


http://cgit.haiku-os.org/haiku/commit/?id=59ef0db249500efb776d9d9a53c64a789896d0bd
This isn't be best long-term place for this code, will likely move to some generic FDT support code. * We pass a path like "/soc/gpio" and get back the base physical register address in memory minus the range offset. Diffstat. -rw-r--r--, src/system/boot/arch/arm/arch_mmu.cpp, 149 ...
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A nice blog of a users day-to-day usage of Haiku. http://development.pistooli.com/
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Cool, that may help me get some of those old fogies I support to leave BeOS. I'm down to 4 radio stations still doing their programming via software on BeOS.
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... And the box?

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Haiku buildbots getting comfy.
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I wonder if the hv event left some carbon on the ganged switches that were open to the air.

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Classy bastards.

Consequence of Sound: Dropkick Murphys gave a surprise performance at Boston’s Logan Airport — watch. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw3aLN-yA
Celtic punk rockers entertained fellow travelers prior to their flight to Dublin.
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Preparing to start getting #Haiku onto the #RaspberryPi2 w/u-boot. #MyBodyIsReady
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Very cool.  I saw some of the discussion on the ML too, as well as the few commits you made yesterday.
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If it has been a while since you've run Haiku, you should try the latest nightlies.  Lots of good stuff.  Package Management is filling out, WebPositive (the WebKit based browser) supports HTML5 video.  Good stuff.
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Is elementary taking donations?  I noticed the original donation links are all removed from the website.  I literally want to throw money at you.
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+Daniel Foré Maybe you could set up a simple gettip.com account and people could donate through that? It handles reoccuring donations.
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  • R1Soft
    DevOps Engineer, 2015 - present
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    Senior systems P/A, 2014 - 2015
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    Senior SUSE support engineer, 2012 - 2014
    Support SLES, RHEL, and OES
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    UNIX Support, 2007 - 2012
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    UNIX Administrator, 2006 - 2007
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I'm a Linux and UNIX focused guru that does open source development on the side.
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    Assocates of Applied Sciences, 2003
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Really great place to go on a weekday afternoon with young kids. (Our 1 year old loved it). Activities for older kids as well.
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Sushi is very expensive and flesh is poorly trimmed. Fish was extremely mushy.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Slow service. Inattentive waiters. 30+ minutes to get a Togo order on a weekday... The order never showed up and the waitress never made a check for us.
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Place is extra slow in the mornings... Even when not busy. Donuts are good but there are better mom and pop places around.
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Terrible service center. Extremely slow and extremely busy. You can drop your car off early in the morning at 9am for basic service (oil change) and have it still not done at 5:00pm edit: 9 months later.. another 6 hours for an oil change. this is the last time I'll come here now that Toyota care is over. This place is making me reconsider getting another Prius and making me want to go back to Volkswagen's hairy German arms (their service is 10 times better)
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An excellent place to get diarrhea / food poisoning. Cheese steak wasn't worth it.
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This place has been around for a *very* long time. I remember going here as a kid. Been a few years since I've been but it was always well kept.
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