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linux: libclang on Ubuntu

libclang is the C/C++ Interface to Clang. In order to avoid the following error: Use one of the solutions below, according your architecture: On x86_64: On ppc64le: More about Clang can be found at


linux: resizing image files in batch mode

I did the following using Fedora 25: 1 – Install ImageMagick 2 – I needed to replace all the spaces located in the files names: 3 – Then I finally resized all the files to 45% of the original size, adding a the resized prefix in each one:    


x86_64: Intel’s endless tock tock tock

Tick-Tock is a model used by Intel to follow every change to the micro-architecture[1] with a die shrink of the process technology. Every tick represents a shrinking of the process technology of the previous micro-architecture and every tock designated a new micro architecture. According Seeking Alpha, Intel is stuck on tock and won’t move to… Continue reading x86_64: Intel’s endless tock tock tock

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power: creating an OpenStack Debian Image

Debian is a free and well known operating system with great stability. OpenStack  allows controlling large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter. This post describe the necessary steps to create and run an Debian 8 image on OpenStack, both running on POWER8 processor. Create a Debian Image The first step is to… Continue reading power: creating an OpenStack Debian Image

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power: IBM SDK for Linux on Power 1.10

The IBM Software Development Kit for Linux on Power (SDK) is a free, Eclipse-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE). The SDK integrates C/C++ source development with the Advance Toolchain, Post-Link Optimization, and classic Linux performance analysis tools, including Oprofile, Perf and Valgrind. GET IT NOW! New on SDK 1.10: Support for ppc64, ppc64le and x86 64/amd64… Continue reading power: IBM SDK for Linux on Power 1.10