After publishing an article in the openSUSE Wiki (in portuguese sorry) about AR.Drone, I am developing an application to control it using the library opencv computer vision to Processing and using your camera in the operating system openSUSE 11.4. The source code soon in The Open Build Service (OBS), For now, watch the video below of the image HERE.
The ETEC of Bebedouro, brilliantly is teaching his students about free software. In the name of the openSUSE community, I thank the area coordinator Mr. Wagner Vieira, Teachers Augusto Aguiar Campos and Rodrigo. Read more…
LiMobile is a Linux distribution (based on openSUSE and created in fantastic SUSE Studio) designed for developing applications for the iPhone and iPad without using Xcode compiler, the system and MacOSX MacBook notebook.
See video below.
The formidable Carlos Ribeiro, researching tools and marketing resources used within the free software found one that deserves mention, the Cheat Cube project fedora. From this model fedora using inkscape and drew a cube version for openSUSE. Congratulations Carlos Jedi.
In the proprietary world, the stronger is the dark side. All Jedi of the Order (openSUSE, Fedora, Ubuntu, Slackware and others) should always carry with them a tool to combat the dark side of the force. My lightsaber was created with the command:
$ dd if=/path/to/iso/openSUSE-11.2-KDE4-LiveCD-i686.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=4M;sync
With a ipad in hand, I saw the exclusion of Apple with Linux users, so I wrote a text on how to communicate ipad and Linux here! Use the force, READ THE SOURCE!