Posts Tagged ‘Ubuntu’

Recently my company purchased a Raspberry Pi for me to experiment with.  The Raspberry Pi  is a credit card sized development board/computer which runs the Linux operating system (can run Android too.)  This product boasts a Broadcom BCM2835 system-on-a-chip (SoC), meaning that the chip is the computer.  What exactly does that mean?  Computers, desktops and […]

The Seetron display requires that the FTDI conversion cable be reconfigured in order to properly read the data sent to it.

Living With Linux – CDPATH

Posted: 18th December 2011 by Mike Trethowan in Blog, Computer, Linux, Ubuntu
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Here is an great time saver for those that regularly work from the Linux command line.

One of the tasks that I needed to do was create a disk image as a backup of the Micro SD that came with the development kit. Although this image is available for download, it’s good form to learn how to create one on your own.