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Inotify

Inotify is a Linux kernel subsystem that acts to extend filesystems to notice changes to the filesystem, and report those changes to applications. It replaces an earlier facility, dnotify, which had similar goals. It was created by John McCutchan ...

                                               

Journaling block device

The Journaling Block Device JBD provides a filesystem-independent interface for filesystem journaling. ext3, ext4 and OCFS2 are known to use JBD. OCFS2 starting from Linux 2.6.28 and ext4 use a fork of JBD called JBD2.

                                               

Kernel marker

Kernel markers were a static kernel instrumentation support mechanism for Linux kernel source code, allowing special tools such as LTTng or SystemTap to trace information exposed by these probe points. Kernel markers were declared in the kernel c ...

                                               

Kernfs (Linux)

In the Linux kernel, kernfs is a set of functions that contain the functionality required for creating pseudo file systems used internally by various kernel subsystems. The creation of kernfs resulted from splitting off part of the internal logic ...

                                               

List of Linux containers

Linux containers are implementations of operating system-level virtualization for the Linux operating system. Several implementations exist, all based on the virtualization, isolation, and resource management mechanisms provided by the Linux kern ...

                                               

Loop device

In Unix-like operating systems, a loop device, vnd, or lofi is a pseudo-device that makes a file accessible as a block device. Before use, a loop device must be connected to an existing file in the file system. The Association provides to the use ...

                                               

Netlink

The Netlink socket family is a Linux kernel interface used for inter-process communication between both the kernel and userspace processes, and between different userspace processes, in a way similar to the Unix domain sockets. Similarly to the U ...

                                               

OProfile

In computing, OProfile is a system-wide statistical profiling tool for Linux. John Levon wrote it in 2001 for Linux kernel version 2.4 after his M.Sc. project, it consists of a kernel module, a user-space daemon and several user-space tools. Opro ...

                                               

Perf (Linux)

perf is a performance analyzing tool in Linux, available from Linux kernel version 2.6.31 in 2009. Userspace controlling utility, named perf, is accessed from the command line and provides a number of subcommands, it is capable of statistical pro ...

                                               

Procfs

The proc filesystem is a special filesystem in Unix-like operating systems that presents information about processes and other system information in a hierarchical file-like structure, providing a more convenient and standardized method for dynam ...

                                               

Raw device

In computing, specifically in Unix and Unix-like operating systems, a raw device is a special kind of logical device associated with a character device file that allows a storage device such as a hard disk drive to be accessed directly, bypassing ...

                                               

Swsusp

swsusp is a kernel feature/program which is part of power management framework in the Linux kernel. It is the default suspend framework as of kernel 3.8.

                                               

TUX web server

The TUX web server is an in-kernel web server for Linux licensed under the GNU General Public License. It was maintained by Ingo Molnar. It is currently limited to static web pages and coordinating between modules in kernel space, modules and reg ...

                                               

Berry Linux

Berry Linux is a Live CD Linux distribution that has English and Japanese support. Berry Linux is based on and is compatible with Fedora 20 packages. The distribution is primarily focused on use as a Live CD, but it can also be installed to a liv ...

                                               

Feather Linux

Feather Linux, created by Robert Sullivan, was a Knoppix-based operating system which fits in under 128 MB. It boots from either a CD or a USB flash drive, into a Fluxbox desktop environment. It has a wide range of desktop and rescue software, an ...

                                               

Porteus (operating system)

Porteus is a portable operating system based on Slackware. It does not require installation and can be run from fixed and removable media, such as a USB flash drive or compact disc. Porteus available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

                                               

Remastersys

remastersys is a free and open-source program for Debian, Ubuntu-based, Linux Mint or derivative software systems that can: Create a customized Live CD / Live USB a remaster of Debian and its derivatives. Back up an entire system, including user ...

                                               

RUNT Linux

RUNT Linux is an acronym for ResNet USB Network Tester. It is one of many Linux distros designed to run from a USB flash drive. RUNT is based on Slackwares bare kernel. It was originally designed as a network tool for students at North Carolina S ...

                                               

Microsoft Product Activation

Microsoft Product Activation is a DRM technology used by Microsoft Corporation in several of its computer software programs, most notably its Windows operating system and its Office productivity suite. The procedure enforces compliance with the p ...

                                               

Windows Activation Services

Windows Process Activation Service is the process activation mechanism introduced within Internet Information Services v7.0. Windows activation service builds on the existing network information services B6.0 but is more powerful because it suppo ...

                                               

Windows USER

Windows USER is a component of the Microsoft Windows operating system that provides core functionality for building simple user interfaces. The component has existed in all versions of Windows, and includes functionality for window management, me ...

                                               

WQL

Windows Management Instrumentation Query Language is Microsofts implementation of the CIM Query Language, a query language for the Common Information Model standard from the Distributed Management Task Force. It is a subset of ANSI standard SQL w ...

                                               

Artificial shelter for spiders

Artificial shelters, also known as artificial cover objects, are a type of trap that is used to capture spiders. Artificial shelters are designed to be a place where a spider can build its web. These traps can be used in research to record the pr ...

                                               

Aspirator (entomology)

In entomology, an aspirator, also known as a pooter, is a device used in the collection of insects, crustaceans or other small, fragile organisms, usually for scientific purposes.

                                               

Beating net

A beating net, also known as beating sheet, beat sheet or beating tray, is a device used to collect insects. It consists of a white cloth stretched over a round or rectangular frame which can be dismantled for transportation. The beating tray is ...

                                               

Entomological equipment for mounting and storage

Though there is no international authority mandating standards for the collection and preservation of specimens of insects and similar invertebrates, entomology has been an amateur and scientific activity for over two centuries. During this perio ...

                                               

Flight interception trap

A flight interception trap is a widely used trapping, killing, and preserving system for flying insects. It is especially well-suited for collecting beetles, since these animals usually drop themselves after flying into an object, rather than fly ...

                                               

Leaf litter sieve

A leaf litter sieve is a piece of equipment used by entomologists, in particular by coleopterists as an aid to finding invertebrates in leaf litter. A typical leaf litter sieve consists of a gauze with holes of approximately 5 to 10 mm wide. The ...

                                               

Malaise trap

A malaise trap is a large, tent-like structure used for trapping, killing, and preserving flying insects, particularly Hymenoptera and Diptera. The trap is made of a material such as terylene netting and can be various colours. Insects fly into t ...

                                               

Moth trap

Moth traps are devices used by entomologists to capture moths. Most use a light source. Pheromone traps are also used. All moth traps follow the same basic structure, consisting of a mercury vapour or actinic light to attract moths and the window ...

                                               

Ambisonic data exchange formats

Data exchange formats for Ambisonics have undergone radical changes since the early days of four-track magnetic tape. Researchers working on very high-order systems found no straightforward way to extend the traditional formats to suit their need ...

                                               

List of Ambisonic hardware

Presence in this list does not indicate that the manufacturer uses the term Ambisonics for marketing or even endorses the concept at all, merely that the product produces B-format or something closely related. Any sufficiently competent PC class ...

                                               

Mixed-order Ambisonics

It is possible to define an Ambisonic signal set with non-uniform resolution depending on source direction. This practice is called mixed-order, and it has consequences for the layout and interpretation of files, streams, or physical connections ...

                                               

Ambisonic reproduction systems

The design of speaker systems for Ambisonic playback is governed by several constraints: The desired localisation performance and size of listening area versus the available number of speakers and amplification channels, and. The predominant reso ...

                                               

Ampex 601

The Ampex 601 was a portable, analog, reel-to-reel tape recorder produced by The Ampex Corporation from the mid-1950s through the 1960s. Ampex manufactured a single-channel model and dual-channel version. The suitcase-sized, 26 lb. unit was desig ...

                                               

Ampex ATR-100

The Ampex ATR-100 is a multitrack tape recorder, designed by Ampex Corporation, of Redwood City, California, United States. It was introduced at the Spring 1976 AES Conference in Los Angeles, and was geared towards the ultra high end studio marke ...

                                               

Decca tree

The Decca Tree is a spaced microphone array most commonly used for orchestral recording. It was originally developed as a kind of stereo–B recording method adding a center fill. The method was developed in the early 1950s and first commercially u ...

                                               

Echo chamber

An echo chamber is a hollow enclosure used to produce reverberation, usually for recording purposes. For example, the producers of a television or radio program might wish to produce the aural illusion that a conversation is taking place in a lar ...

                                               

Marantz PMD-660

Manufactured by Marantz, the Marantz PMD-660 is a portable, solid-state, compact flash audio field recorder. It has 2 XLR inputs, 2 line-in inputs, 2 internal microphones and can record in raw WAV or MP3 formats. It is powered with four AA-sized ...

                                               

Neve 8078

The Neve 8078 was the last of the "80 series" hand-wired analogue mixing consoles designed and manufactured by Neve Electronics, founded in 1961 by the English electronics engineer Rupert Neve, for high-end recording studios during the 1970s. Som ...

                                               

Personics

Personics was the company that invented the music recording retail system with trade name "Personics System" that was introduced in record stores starting in 1987. The system allowed customers to enter a music store, use headphones to preview and ...

                                               

List of 3D films pre-2005

This is a list of 3D films released prior to 2005. The table can be sorted by clicking the arrows in the column headers. Abbreviations PO and PS indicate single-strip over / under print and single-strip side-by-side printing, respectively.

                                               

List of films released in IMAX

Following is a list of films released in IMAX which use IMAX, a motion-picture film format and projection standard. IMAX cameras and film stock are rarely used for mainstream films, the cameras are heavy and the film stock is expensive. However, ...

                                               

Docking station

In computing a docking station or port replicator or dock provides a simplified way of "plugging-in" a laptop computer to common peripherals. Because a wide range of dockable devices - from mobile telephones to wireless mice - have different conn ...

                                               

Dock connector

A dock connector is a connector used to attach a mobile electronic device simultaneously to multiple external resources. The dock connector will typically carry a variety of signals and power, through a single connector, to simplify the process o ...

                                               

HP xb3000

the HP xb3000 Notebook Expansion Base is a laptop docking station manufactured by Hewlett-Packard Company. Its notable features an inclining tray, a PCI expansion port 3 cable interface, and an integrated 16-bit AT hard drive bay. The device is s ...

                                               

Samsung DeX

Samsung DeX is a feature included on some Samsung handheld devices that enables users to extend their device into a desktop-like experience by connecting a keyboard, mouse, and monitor. The name DeX is a contraction of Desktop eXperience ". Samsu ...

                                               

Huawei Premia

Huawei Premia 4G M931 Metro comes as an innovated smart-phone introduced by MtroPCS to add to its line-up of cheap 4G LTE handsets. Priced at $149.99, the M931 runs Ice Cream Sandwich. The smart-Phone Huawei Premia 4G M931 phone is featured with ...

                                               

IBM TouchMobile

The IBM TouchMobile is a robust and practical hand-held computer announced by IBM in 1993. This device has a bar code scanner with on-screen signature and data capture. Certain models are capable of wireless communication.

                                               

IPod Touch (4th generation)

The iPod touch was the 4th generation iPod Touch by Apple Inc. Released alongside the iPhone 4, it was the first iPod to offer front and rear facing cameras. Like the iPhone 4, it used the Apple A4 chip. It fully supports iOS 4, and iOS 5, but ha ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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