News this week on the Pi World

BeOS

Does anyone remember BeOS and its true multitasking power?

Hello people! One more week, here we are with some news not so prominent in the weekly panorama as usual, but surely you are interested in more than one. Today I bring to you news about Haiku, clusters...


Raspberry Pi B+ Cluster (Super Computer) Part 1
  • The MagPi num. 28 (Nov): New and interesting articles with OpenCV, Arduberry, VoIP, Git, FUZE BASIC and much more. | themagpi.com

  • LinkIt ONE VS Edison VS Raspberry Pi VS Beaglebone Black: Development plates everywhere!. Here we have a comparison of four of them, and according to our needs, make better use one from another. Round one... fight! | seeedstudio.com

  • Raspberry Pi B+ Cluster (Part 1): In this first part of a series of three videos, Rasim Murtovic teaches the components needed to assemble a cluster server with four Pis. On the second install and configure Raspbian and the third will show you how to program for advantage in processing power thanks to the cluster. In the video that heads this article we can see a case to mount the cluster simple but pretty cool.

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Haiku OS
  • What awaits us in Haiku Beta?: I used to be a BeOS user at the dawn of time. The news of a ARM port opens new possibilities for our machines. I have never seen a faster operating system like BeOS and more efficient for computers where we installed sheepishly Windows 95 or we fought with the Linux kernel to run X. Haiku accepted the legacy of this dead operating system. | Translated to english: blogstack.info > What awaits us in Haiku Beta? - Related: bebits.com

Happy weekend!


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