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  • |ALSA||Advanced Linux Sound Architecture -- functional level audio API, now standard in 2.6 Linux kernels, replacing OSS. ...ices used in the home or on the move. Includes DVD, DVR, PVR, PDA, TV, set-top box, cellular phones, etc.
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  • ...Image''. If you downloaded the binaries make sure you remove all file name extensions to match these names. ...e quite stiff. A properly inserted SD card sticks out 18mm and pushes the top gold contacts aside. If you're unsure, look inside the socket from the edg
    45 KB (7,428 words) - 22:05, 29 May 2020
  • ...isplay. Softwarewise it will be a picture frame optionally with a clock on top of the photo (either a big semi-transparent clock in the center or a smalle ...A robot using a Beagleboard for high-level processing and Arduino for low-level control
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  • ...ns, so pay close attention to compatibility information for directions and extensions. ===How do I install extensions?===
    59 KB (9,321 words) - 18:55, 27 January 2010
  • used to rotate, skew, keystone the projected image in order to keep it level and normalized. ...ized gantry that allows the Kinect to be rotated around (and possibly from top to bottom) of an arbitrary object. The motors would be controlled using th
    19 KB (2,792 words) - 07:05, 10 September 2019
  • ...anned on creating your own User Interface, or application that needs lower level hardware access. I will explain the process to incorporating any functions .../Adobe/en/devnet/devices/pdfs/as_extensions_flash_lite_digital_home.pdf AS Extensions for Flash Lite Digital Home] This file will explain it much better. I went
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  • * The [[RPi Low-level peripherals|Rpi GPIO]] (General Purpose Input/Output) pins are exposed, tha * The DSI connector will allow low-level interfacing with LCDs and other displays.
    121 KB (18,882 words) - 05:25, 30 December 2019
  • # '''SAFETY'''. The absolute top priority is Safety of end-users (and any other people who may come into con ...nge of manufactured vehicles, various manufacturers had added proprietary "extensions" without declaring or publishing the same, on a per-vehicle and even "per-v
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  • ...ruption: the ISO9660 system partition is read-only by design at filesystem-level. The data persistence partition contains only the delta: system updates and The data partition mounted on top of a read-only system partition makes the resulting operating system resist
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    525 KB (71,464 words) - 07:53, 11 May 2012
  • ...ontroller.. its actually a second bandwidth controller working at a higher level in the I/O scheduler stack allowing a variant of a slide that i've been putting up for a while showing the top contributors to the kernel over the course of the last year from the beginn
    60 KB (10,988 words) - 05:53, 6 March 2013
  • ...est. Peronsally, I think kernels are interesting because they are very low-level hardware. I had to get involved in Source Control Management — so ho ...all these cool things we could do with computers, and let's just build on top of existing hardware and existing software to get those cool things done in
    37 KB (6,835 words) - 14:52, 25 November 2012
  • ...e in power-constrained devices such as super-phones, tablets, laptops, set-top boxes, and low-power desktop computers. ...many graphics games and utilities for Linux assume x86 architecture. Thus extensions like SSE cannot be used, and may not be easily replaced with a similar ARM
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  • *** Top-level parallel build ...ges just need any gettext. If there is any package that really needs these extensions, it should depend on !MUSL. Note that fixing gettext.m4 is not a real solut
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  • [[Device_Tree | Top Device Tree page]] JSON schema validators have support for custom extensions, would allow adding eBPF constraints
    22 KB (3,593 words) - 13:42, 6 November 2017