Category Archives: Hardware

What is a server?

A server is a computer designed to process requests and deliver data to other (client) computers over a local network or the internet. Although any computer running special software can function as a server, the most typical use of the word references the very large, high-powered machines that function as the pumps pushing and pulling data across… Read More »

Boot and run Linux from a pendrive

Simply set up your favourite Linux working system on a flash drive or USB key no bigger than your thumb (Thumb Drive). Your Transportable Linux working system can then be taken with you, and run from any laptop that may boot from the USB flash system. Deliver your operating system, purposes, information, e-mail, bookmarked favorites,… Read More »

Google Drive for Linux

Google launched Google Drive on April 24, 2012 and promised Linux help “coming quickly.” That was practically two and a half years in the past. There’s now a considerably “official” Google Drive shopper for Linux, however it’s in all probability not what you need. Google has continued to affirm that they’re “nonetheless engaged on it”… Read More »

Cirrus7 Nimbini – The most Coolest, Stylish Ubuntu Micro PC ever ?

German hardware company Cirrus7 has been released a new Ubuntu PC Cirrus7 Nimbini, the younger brother from the Cirrus7 Nimbus that won a prestigious Red Dot design award last year. This new Cirrus7 Nimbini dimension is 150x150x87 mm. Nimbini is completly fanless for silent running and its assempled from a laser-cut aluminum layers that form a passive… Read More »