- (47) New year – looking back at 2013
- (48) First public Arch:e5 repository published
- (49) More e5 repositories available (default, devel, extra)
- (50) Arch:E5 update and more repos (x11, gtk, fltk)
- (51) Arch:E5 ditches eglibc and goes for musl libc!
- (52) Eerie Linux and Musl libc
- (53) Software licenses (pt. 1): A general introduction
- (54) Eerie’s second birthday!
- (55) Craven New World – or how to ruin the net
- (56) RISC-V – Open Hardware coming to us?
- (57) Shocked by the shell
- (58) The concepts of complexity and simplicity
- (59) Tiny to the extreme: Nanolinux
- (60) An interview with the Nanolinux developer
The new year’s post reflecting the events of the past year.
This post is about the “skel” repository of E5.
An explanation of what the newly published repositories offer.
An update and more repositories published for X11 and two toolkits.
The announcement of Arch:E5 becoming a musl-based distro and changing the kernel to TinyCore configuration. Mind the date!
This post puts things straight: TinyCore was a joke, Musl not. The next project will be a long-term one using Musl libc.
This post is the first part of an introduction into the world of software licenses.
The post for EERIE’s second anniversary briefly sums up what has happened in the blogging year now over.
This post is about three unbelievable events which show just how much freedom on the net is in danger.
This post is about an exciting new CPU – the RISC-V!
A post about a topic that simply suggested itself: The so-called “shell shock” series of bugs in the BASH.
Just like the title suggests this post is about complexity and simplicity in software.
This one is about Nanolinux, a tiny Linux distribution with Nano-X and FLTK.
An interview with Georg Potthast about DOS, Linux, FLTK and his projects like Nanolinux and Netrider.