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Saxnet intros Meshnode III Linux mesh router

The Saxnet product is called Meshnode III, a Linux-based WLAN router that features a full, x86-based PC system inside a compact housing. It is equipped with four radio modules, with a maximum transmission power of 600 MW each, and runs on a 500MHz AMD x86 chip processor. Further advantages are its above-average coverage and the option of connecting an even higher number of client devices. Utilizing OSI Layer 2-based, self-organizing 4 module mesh technology, the router guarantees a network of the highest stability. Linux Bios inside based on OLPC!

What Kind of Person Uses Linux, And Should You Be One Of Them?

"Linux is one of the great mysteries of the computing world. It’s an operating system that looks like a clear winner by most standards, from technical to functional. Linux supports more hardware than any other operating system and is virtually virus free."

Linux device driver project needs more unsupported devices to work on

Desktop Linux needs drivers. Right? Of course. So why is Novell's Greg Kroah-Hartman, a Linux kernel developer and head of the Linux Driver Project, having to ask people to tell him about devices that need drivers?

Graphical modeling tool leverages real-time Linux

Concurrent Computer Corp. is shipping a new simulation tool for its iHawk real-time Linux platforms. The SIMulation Workbench modeling environment is intended to help engineers develop and execute real-time "hardware-in-loop" and "man-in-loop" simulations for applications such as automotive manufacturing, according to the company.

Linux in 1910, according to Google Timeline

Fire up the De Lorean Marty, we've got to go back and correct the Linux time line!

Exploring the technical details of Nokia's N810 operating system

Nokia's recent announcement of the upcoming N810 Internet Tablet is very exciting news for mobile Linux enthusiasts. We have already covered the initial announcement, but this followup discusses some additional details about the N810 operating system and development platform that have been revealed by Nokia's Maemo team.

How Linux Is Testing The Limits Of Open Source Development

The community's pushing a breakneck pace to add new kernel features, while struggling to keep up with bug fixes. Slowing down doesn't look like much of an option.

PulseAudio to bring earcandy to Linux

PulseAudio is a cross-platform, open source sound server that supports advanced software mixing capabilities and network transparency. PulseAudio is designed to be a drop-in replacement for the Esound daemon and uses a pluggable Esound module for backwards compatibility.