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Archive for February 17th, 2017

Some links I’ll need for monit one day

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/02/17

Getting monit to run on opensuse isn’t a feat.

I might try again one day with these links:

–jeroen

Posted in *nix, Linux, openSuSE, Power User, SuSE Linux, Tumbleweed | Leave a Comment »

“Developer Desks” – multi monitor setups in “Trading System” disguise.

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/02/17

via: “Developer Desks” – I think this company is artificially limiting their source of income. – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+

Interesting as the company provides multi-monitor fitting systems up to 8 wide by 4 high and full solutions (including PC and monitor) of 7 wide by 2 high monitors. Even custom made solutions are possible: Sonderlösungen – Trading-PC. They provide electric height adjustment systems too:Elektrische Höhenverstellung – Trading-PC.

Their sister company provides desks and other furniture related to multi-monitor systems: Sedergo – High-End Furniture Made in Germany. They provide height adjustable desks as well: Elektrische Höhenverstellung. Both companies are owned by XECURIS GmbH & Co. KG

One day, I’ll redo the office (:

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Now that Delphi will reintroduce Linux as a target: what features / support do you expect in the compiler and libraries?

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/02/17

Almost 2 decades after the first Delphi Linux support in [WayBackBorland Kylix by an full tool-chain (IDE, compiler, debugger, libraries) running on Linux, Embarcadero/Idera is about to support Linux again in a cross-compiler fashion that was originally scheduled for late 2016 as Delphi Godzilla [WayBackEmbarcadero RAD Studio 2016 Product Approach and Roadmap – Embarcadero Community and [WayBackLinux support for Delphi to be available end of 2016 – Synopse.

It seems to be finally getting here as Delphi 10.2 Tokyo when you look at the [Archive.is] Delphi Linux Boot Camp promotion for instance at [WayBackDelphi Linux Boot Camp – Community Blogs – Embarcadero Community.

I’m curious at what people expect from it.

So please comment your expectations, for instance:

  • what Linux distribution targets
  • what processor architectures
  • what language support (ARC, classic, 1-based strings, etc)
  • what library support
  • what IDE support (like debugger features)
  • what speeds

If you want to get a head start, then read these:

–jeroen

PS: Please forgive any language/grammar mistakes as I’m a bit bored and very tired after waiting some six ours in the ER room [WayBack] Mentally retarded brother had a bicycle incident. Broke one of is cheekbones, his nose and parts of both orbits. At the ER of LUMC waiting for further r… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+

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Posted in Delphi, Development, Kylix, Software Development | 3 Comments »

Supermicro A2SAV mini-ITX Board Powered by Intel Atom E3940 SoC Features 6 SATA Ports, Dual GbE, and Up to 9 USB Interfaces

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/02/17

Interesting board: [WayBackSupermicro A2SAV mini-ITX Board Powered by Intel Atom E3940 SoC Features 6 SATA Ports, Dual GbE, and Up to 9 USB Interfaces

All below pictures from www.cnx-software.com

Could for IoT hardware and software development.

via: [WayBack] http://www.cnx-software.com/2017/02/06/supermicro-a2sav-mini-itx-board-powered-by-intel-atom-e3940-soc-features-6-sata-ports-dual-gbe-and-up-to-9-usb-in… – Joe C. Hecht – Google+

–jeroen

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