Controlling a Nodecopter remotely is cool, but having it control itself is even cooler! This presentation is about how to get Node.js running on the AR.Drone 2.0 embedded linux and fly it automatically.
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Gzipping has its advantages, it compresses CSS, JS and HTML so that your response time increases. Lets say that you save 100KB per hit after Gzipping, now say you get 1000 unique hits per day, that will be 100MB of data saved a day, pretty huge saving. I am using Ngnix now predominantly, so ngnix.conf […]
This tutorial is designed to assist in moving a virtual machine (VM) running Linux under the VMware hypervisor into the ProfitBricks cloud.
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The project would require the use of OpenCV’s python module on an Intel Galileo. However, as I quickly found out full support for OpenCV was not available on Intel Galileo’s default Linux image. The solution was to build a clanton-full Linux image (the shipped version is a stripped down clanton-tiny) with OpenCV support included. However, I also quickly found out that creating the full build required a little more attention than pressing the “full build please” button. With that in mind I’ve put together a list of the steps I took to create the clanton-full image.
OpenKaOS is an open source project to build lightweight Linux platforms that are embedded directly into the Linux kernel. The entire Linux platform sits inside a single bzImage and boots from initramfs.
OpenKaOS is a powerful Linux platform that can be dropped in as a replacement for any Linux distribution by simply adding the OpenKaOS Linux kernel and rebooting the system.
OpenKaOS is designed to provide maximum resources to the application supported by the operating system, it is optimized for deployment on Cloud Instances and Virtual Machines (KVM, VMware, Xen etc). OpenKaOS is being used as a base platform for Docker and other Linux container based platforms.
OpenKaOS is not based off any existing Linux distribution. OpenKaOS is built from vanilla open source project code, with specially selected patches when needed.
This open source project is not intended to provide a complete Linux distribution, it provides a developer toolkit from which you can build Linux platforms such as Linux distributions, software appliances, virtual appliances, containers, cloud instances, embedded platforms and so on.
This document provides some project related information such as handling security issues, release schedules, feature development, licensing and how to use this project.
Since the node.js RPM installer in EPEL repository is old (v0.10.x), we can use “nodejs-rpm” to installable rpm package: Install necessary packages: sudo yum install -y gcc-c++ git make openssl-devel yum-utils rpmdevtools Use git to get latest source of nodejs-rpm in Github: git clone https://github.com/kazuhisya/nodejs-rpm.git Use yum-builddep to config necessary rpm packages: cd nodejs-rpm;sudo yum-builddep […]