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Swift is a programming language created by Apple. It is used for creating software to run on iOS, Mac, Apple TV and Apple Watch.
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The Arduberry is an Arduino that fits over 26-pins of the Pi breakout and allows the use of normal Arduino shields, and direct communication with the Pi via UART. It can be programmed from the Pi usi…
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when referring to the gnuplot graphical data-analysis program.
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use for posts concerning installing and using wine for running Microsoft Windows applications on Linux distros. Wine is not an emulator but rather an operating environment that provides a subset of th…
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MCP79410 is a general purpose I2C Compatible real-time clock/calendar (RTCC) microprocessor.
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An XBMC add-on for searching and downloading subtitles during video playback
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An object file is a file containing object code, meaning relocatable format machine code that is usually not directly executable.
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Ghostscript is a suite of software based on an interpreter for Adobe Systems' PostScript and PDF page. This tag relates to printing, and problems with the Ghostscript interpreter.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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a program for displaying various information about object files. For instance, it can be used as a disassembler.
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for questions about the c-shell a.k.a. csh (or the "improved" tcsh). It is an alternative to the more common Bourne shell originally sh though that is now often an emulation produced by th…
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RasPi Check is an Android application for interacting with a Raspberry Pi.
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Refers to questions about the history of the Raspberry Pi.
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Lua is a high level, general purpose, multi-paradigm interpreter based language sometimes used in embedded IoT contexts (eg., nodeMCU) and scripting C++ applications such as games.
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Devuan is a fork of Debian GNU/Linux that continues to use SysV init instead of systemd.
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Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling
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