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DIETPI RELEASES 8.12 WITH SUPPORT FOR THE ROCKCHIP RK3588 SOC

This month DietPi released version 8.12 of this SBC-oriented Linux distribution. Most notable is the addition of support for the NanoPi R6S and the Radxa ROCK 5B SBCs. The ROCK 5B features the new flagship Rockchip RK3588 SoC with quad Cortex-A76 and quad Cortex-A55. What makes DietPi interesting as an operating system for not just higher end SBCs but also lower-end SBCs compared …

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SEGGER’S OZONE DEBUGGER ADDS SUPPORT FOR CUSTOM INSTRUCTIONS

SEGGER just released Ozone V3.10, a major update to its full-featured graphical debugger and performance analyzer. The new release includes support for custom instructions, allowing disassembly of application-specific instructions added to the CPU core to tailor it for the particular application. Custom instructions are defined in plug-in scripts, which can be easily edited by the user of Ozone or …

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MAKING SMALLTALK ON A RASPBERRY PI

Today, you probably don’t think much about object-oriented programming, it’s just part of the landscape. But decades ago, it was strange and obscure technology. While there were several languages that led up to the current object-oriented tools we use today, one of the most influential was Xerox PARC’s Smalltalk language. [Michael Engel] took a C++ …

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Tools for the Electronics Hobbyist Part 1- Graphical Components Tester

When I started to deal with Chinese electronics suppliers from websites like Alibaba, Aliexpress and Taobao, I discovered that there are huge amount of undiscovered tools from the Chinese market. They are not easily discovered, maybe due to the Chinese language barrier, especially when we deal with a Chinese website like Taobao or maybe because …

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Simulink Offers Easy, Graphical Programming for Raspberry Pi & Arduino

Every hardware hobbyist has experienced that painful moment when you smell smoke and discover that it’s coming from your hardware project. It’s a rite of passage. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could test your hardware before burning it? At the Open Hardware Summit, held in Boston recently, I saw that MathWorks’ Simulink offers an …

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