Category Archives: Linux

Fear Not The Command Line, pt 2

Hopefully, you enjoyed learning about the command line terminal in the first post, or are otherwise somewhat familiar with the command line. In the previous post, I showed the most basic operations (ls, cd, help) one can do in Window’s cmd.exe terminal, and in Linux’s bash terminal (pwd, ls, cd, man). I am attempting to… Read More »

Can the Raspberry Pi 2 be a HTPC?

After having flipped through several Linux and Raspberry Pi magazines, it became apparent to me that there is no shortage of things to do with a Pi. While certain projects approach what some might consider gimmicky (a portable briefcase retro gaming kit), others have recognizable utility that will only become more apparent with time, like a… Read More »

SteamOS – PC gaming in the living room?

After 3 years of development, Valve’s SteamOS has started shipping out on Alienware Steam Machines. ZOTAC, a Chinese computer hardware company, has a Machine of their own. Syberware is another partner in this release, offering their version of a Steam Machine. It has the following specs: – CPU: Intel Core i3 3.6 GHz – CPU Socket… Read More »