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Tizen Linux for mobile tablet smartphone will takeover the world. Backed by Intel, Samsung, Linux foundation. Good luck.

February 26, 2012 1 comment

Tizen Linux for mobile tablet smartphone will takeover the world. Backed by Intel, Samsung, Linux foundation. Good luck.

– Android is less important in such case

– IPhone also



Sony use Linux? Sony ericsson has open source linux called “xperia”.

February 26, 2012 Leave a comment

Giant Sony, Quality Sony uses finally Linux, never discovered by nobody ?

Sony ericsson: has there own operating system calls Xperia which is actually Android, before they were using Windows mobile platforms

Sony: themselves obviously is using Linux but they kept top secret, my guess is its either using JavaOS or Linux

– Great to know if somebody care to tell!



Ubuntu now runs in Android. Finally C programmers are happy to have there GCC back in the mobile battle.

February 26, 2012 Leave a comment

Ubuntu is now running on top of Android. Soon there will be no more NDK/SDK requirement. Android made a mess mistake for GCC developers. Everything in past need to use NDK/SDK to retype every single lines to JNA code, which is idiot implementation actually of Android.

Android Ubuntu will then allow GCC

– Tizen linux from Intel, Samsung will soon release there dragon Linux with GCC support to take-over Android, IPhone


How do i make sure my Linux operating system audio drivers are working. But hardware is defected for line in or mic in?

October 9, 2011 Leave a comment

In my motherboard i have line in/mic in. But when i boot my linux i can not get audio in. I have tried all detectors but none is helping.

1. Get a speaker box or head phone

2. Put the head phone jack to the motherboard mic in/line in

3. Grab audacity software and knock your speaker you will see frequency

– if yes, Linux and its drivers are not the issue, culprit is the microphone+hardware

– if no, fix your audio libraries


How do i connect Mini-PCI express with PCI-X1 cards?

October 9, 2011 Leave a comment

Mini-PCI express slots are same as PCI-X1 cards, most of you think that is true. But for some cards its not, because in 90’s the specification was revised and there is some BUS issues involved.

1. To power the mini-pci express cards you have to put external ATX power which can feed 12volt, 5volt (check the amps too)

2. When the ATX power is supplied it will boot but because of incorrect BUS issues it may not be recognized by OS/BIOS.

So, finally the best move is to go straight PCI-X1 slots. If you have solution post here your research.

Which Amazon EC2 instance is best for my CentOS or Fedora or Ubuntu or FreeBSD or Windows enterprise selection?

July 25, 2011 Leave a comment

Many companies seems like having Amazon cloude, kind of deep trust because it never fall down (advantage), disadvantage (its not friendly, and expensive, as you pay per hour the whole OS). But anyway sometime you have to use it, so use this or if you have better one as enterprise (post me here, we can keep the list alive):

CentOS 5.5: ami-066d9c6f , Kernel ID: aki-4e7d9527  (side note: i still today do not find a correct CentOS version there, its a full of mess out there, and i do not understand why in the hell Amazon, do not put Linux guys and put one standard image so that it works nicely, rather then getting confused for no reason).

Few notes on this (mostly confusing in begin):

1) When you add a instance, it start within a minute

2) If you need a remote access, make sure you do not lose the “*.pem” file. I lost it once and never get it up and runing again.

3) If you click on the instance and you will see there is a button “connnect” that gives you the ssh command and how to connect

4) Make sure you have “Security Groups” assigned and open

– Those are the firewalls, for public traffic (you) to amazon server

5) Make sure you need a “Elastic IP”, which is idiot name but its used for “Public ip” normally we call  it “WAN”



What is mobile? What is processor? What is mobile platform? What is ARM? How can i build mobile?

May 8, 2011 Leave a comment


TuxPhone can be patched with Linux ARM kernel. Let me know if i should write some!