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Inferno-rpi-0.6 release

Releasing Inferno-rpi-0.6 Changes: * Added devi2c * Added devspi * Added devgpio (GPIO) * Minor changes/adjustements * Boot to kernel-nogui.bin by default. Change config.txt or enter ; wm/wm Download: * https://bitbucket.org/infpi/inferno-rpi/downloads/inferno-rpi-0.6.zip Installation: 1. Download latest zip package from https://bitbucket.org/infpi/inferno-rpi/downloads 2. Pepare SD card with first DOS partition with size less than 250 MB (vfat32 support […]
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Inferno-rpi-0.5 release

Releasing Inferno-rpi-0.5 Changes: * Fixed wrong calculatons of memory pool sizes. * Support of Pi-1 models with 512MB RAM. * Update of sources from 9pi project: usbdwc, emmc, etherusb. * Added uartmini module from 9pi. * Use Mntgen by default for /n, /n/local, /n/remote * Boot to kernel-nogui.bin by default. Change config.txt or enter ; […]
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Inferno-rpi-0.3 release

Releasing Inferno-rpi-0.3 Changes: * Enabled JIT * Included recent updated of Inferno-Os * Memory split 240/16 * devcons is added Download: * https://bitbucket.org/infpi/inferno-rpi/downloads/inferno-rpi-0.3.zip Installation: 1. Download latest zip package from https://bitbucket.org/infpi/inferno-rpi/downloads 2. Pepare SD card with just one DOS partition (just format into the dos) 3. Unzip all files to SD (boot.scr, kernel.bin, … – […]
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Inferno raspberry pi image – alpha release (alpha1)

So, we reached the point when we are able to package some small distribution. It can: 1. Boot Kernel 2. Mount file system (kfs) 3. Init Usb subsystem 4. Load Keyboard driver (usb) 5. Load Ethernet driver (usb) 6. Initialize Net subsystem, obtain IP via DHCP 7. Start ndb/cs 8. Launch shell – console It […]
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Lab 25, network, part 2

After the Lab 24 when we prepared the layout I took serious study of the ways to implement the ethernet driver. And I found that there is actual convergence of 2 ways of implementation that I saw in previous lab. Comparing to implementation of ethernet driver in C (ether.c, smsc.c) it is enough to have […]
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Submiting a Qt App to Mac App Store

Maybe you already thought about creation a Qt application for Mac App Store or submitting an existing one. While I am on vacations I made a probe of such possibility – you may know that Apple and Nokia developing now different ecosystems of languages/libraries and you may expect to have troubles of bypassing Qt application […]
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Ru: Archive: Qt приложения в Mac App Store

Возможно многие уже задавались вопросом о возможности создания Qt приложения для Mac App Store или отправке уже существующего. Я давно хотел провести пробу этой возможности – как известно Apple и Nokia развивают сейчас разные экосистемы языков/библиотек и можно ожидать много подводных камней связанных с пропуском Qt приложения. Тем не менее это оказалось не так сложно […]
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Ru: Archive: QtSpeech, доступ к text-to-speech

Хочу представить небольшой но удобный модуль для кросс-платформенного использования TTS(text-to-speech). На данный момент поддерживаются основные платформы: * Windows, используя SAPI, * Unixes, используя Festival проект, * MacOSX, используя SpeechSynthesis Так как для Windows и Mac используются родныe API то все голосовые движки установленные в систему будут автоматически вам доступны. Для Unix всё не так радужно, […]
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QtSpeech, say “Hello World!”

I am glad to announce new small project that got first release – QtSpeech. This is library providing Qt-like interface to system TTS (text-to-speech) engines to allow your application to say “Hello World!”.
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Clef two-factor authentication