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Rebuilding the PDP-11/70 with a Raspberry Pi

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“You could look at this as a smallish PDP-11/70, built with modern parts,” Oscar Vermeulen writes on his site. “Or alternatively, and equally valid, as a fancy front panel case for a Raspberry Pi.” Long-time Slashdot reader cptnapalm writes: Oscar Vermeulen’s…

MPEG-2 Patents Have Expired

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New submitter jabuzz writes: Unless you live in the Philippines or Malaysia, then MPEG-2 has now joined the likes of MP3 and AC3 and gone patent free with the expiration of US patent 7,334,248. Read more of this story at Slashdot.

Raspberry Pi Zero WH has pre-soldered header

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In a surprising announcement, a new Raspberry Pi model appears! With little fanfare, the “Raspberry Pi Zero WH,” as it is called, becomes an official variant of the diminutive Zero W. While it is technically not entirely new, it is still an exciting new model…

Raspberry Pi & Digital Security

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Change your default password—Raspberry Pis all come with a default password and username, so changing your password can help you protect yourself.Change your username—Switching your username from the default will help protect your Pi from any potential threat…

Raspberry Pi & Digital Security

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Change your default password—Raspberry Pis all come with a default password and username, so changing your password can help you protect yourself.Change your username—Switching your username from the default will help protect your Pi from any potential threat…

SparkyLinux Now Available for Raspberry Pi

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DistroWatch Weekly reports that the Debian-based SparkyLinux’s stable branch is now available for Raspberry Pi. There are two editions of SparkyLinux’s Raspberry Pi build, one which features the Openbox graphical interface and one which presents a command lin…