TI and Cadence Make PSpice Free
We like simulation software. Texas Instruments long offered TINA, but recently they’ve joined with Cadence to make OrCAD PSpice available for free with some restrictions. You’ve probably heard of PSpice — it’s widely used… https://hackaday.com/2020/09/20/ti-and-cadence-make-pspice-free/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1307642225543839744
Cook: Security things in Linux v5.7
Kees Cook catches
up with the security-related changes in the 5.7 kernel.
"The kernel’s Linux Security Module (LSM) API provide a way to write
security modules that have traditionally implemented various Mandatory
Access Control (MAC) systems like SELinux, AppArmor, etc. The LSM hooks are
numerous and n
Linux Journal is Back
Linux Journal has returned
under the ownership of Slashdot Media. "As Linux enthusiasts and long-time fans of Linux Journal, we were disappointed to hear about Linux Journal closing it's doors last year. It took some time, but fortunately we were able to get a deal done that allows us to keep Linux Journal alive now and in
Bottomley: Creating a home IPv6 network
James Bottomley has put together a
detailed recounting of what it took to get IPv6 fully working on his
network. "One of the things you’d think from the above is that IPv6
always auto configures and, while it is true that if you simply plug your
laptop into the ethernet port of a cable modem it will just automati
Whenever people talk about UEFI, and it's implications like having to use a FAT partition, I'm reminded of this legendary commit message:
What is IOMMU?
Next FOSDEM: 6 & 7 February 2021, online
FOSDEM 2021 will take place on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February 2021 as an online event.
Please bear with us while we work out the specifics. Further details and calls for participation will be announced in the coming weeks.
Linux Plumbers is live
Open Source Sustainability is Really a People Problem
Introducing b4 and patch attestation
For the past few weeks I've been working on a tool to fetch patches from lore.kernel.org and perform the kind of post-processing that...
Hmm.. This year's virtual Linaro connect seems free to register
How the ARM32 kernel starts https://people.kernel.org/linusw/how-the-arm32-kernel-starts
Kernel prepatch 5.9-rc1
Linux has released the 5.9-rc1 kernel
prepatch and closed the merge window for this development cycle.
"This merge window felt a lot more normal than 5.8, and all the stats
confirm that it seems to be the usual size." In the end, 12,866
non-merge changesets were pulled for 5.9-rc1, as compared to 14,206 for
How the ARM32 Linux kernel decompresses https://people.kernel.org/linusw/how-the-arm32-linux-kernel-decompresses