[$] Many uses for Core scheduling

Some new kernel features are welcomed by the kernel development community,
while others are a rather harder sell. It is fair to say that core scheduling, which makes CPU scheduling
harder by placing constraints on which processes may run simultaneously in
a core, is of the latter variety. Core scheduling was the topic of (at
least) three different sessions at the 2019 Linux Plumbers Conference. One
of the most interesting outcomes, perhaps, is that there are use cases for
this feature beyond protection from side-channel attacks.

Source: LWN.net – [$] Many uses for Core scheduling

How to Install Minecraft Server on Raspberry Pi

Minecraft is one of the most popular games of all time. It is a sandbox video game, which allows its players to explore infinite worlds and build everything from simple houses to massive skyscrapers. In this tutorial, we will walk you through the process of installing and configuring Minecraft Server on Raspberry Pi 3 or 4.

Source: LXer – How to Install Minecraft Server on Raspberry Pi

Linux-powered NVR can stream and analyze 12 HD cam feeds without a cloud connection

A new “Camect” camera hub and 1TB NVR that can aggregate up to 12 HD streams has funded on Indiegogo. The $279 device runs Linux on an Apollo Lake SoC and provides AI algorithms to analyze video without a cloud service. A Mountain View-based startup called Camect has successfully launched an Apollo Lake-based, AI-enabled camera […]

Source: LXer – Linux-powered NVR can stream and analyze 12 HD cam feeds without a cloud connection