Daily Deal: Linux Computer And Linux Learner Bundle

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Whether you're a Linux newbie or are already reading Techdirt right now on a Linux box, you can probably stand to learn more about Linux. Today's Daily Deal is here to help. You can grab the Linux Learner Bundle at 90% off ($49). The bundle includes 5 courses from Udemy with over 40 hours of content -- from a quick (5 day) lesson for beginners to more advanced concepts for those looking to set up, run and protect Linux servers. Go through all five of the lessons and get prepared to test to become an Igneus Certified Pentester.

To help put your newfound Linux knowledge to use, get the VoCore Mini Linux Computer for $39 and get to work creating. It comes with a Ralink/Mediatek 360 MHz RT5350 MIPS processor, 32 MB of RAM, and runs on OpenWrt. It can work as a stand alone device or as part of a larger project.


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    JoeCool (profile), 15 Oct 2015 @ 1:28pm

    Uh - no.

    That "mini linux computer" is no deal compared to a Raspberry Pi. Maybe if it were HALF that price, it might be worth it.

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    jim s (profile), 16 Oct 2015 @ 1:15am

    A very nice tiny computer

    I have both the VoCore unit shown here as well as one with a larger breakout.

    This is actually a 5 port wireless router chip. With the other breakout board (mentioned in VoCore) docs, it is a really interesting board to have, since it breaks out 4 nics total as well as the wireless.

    You can use it with openwrt firmware, or build your own apps to load across.

    There are other mips boards that you can get, but this one is well constructed.

    I'm in the market for 2 more of the base boards for the expansion board I have before these go away.

    Also worth mentioning these are in the grey area which may be slapped down by misguided FCC regulations which will "seal' up router firmware. That must be stopped for the stupid and misguided idea it is.

    As stupid for hardware as the calls for "backdoors" are for encryption.

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