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In this article, I’m going to show you how to set up the Aptana Studio 3 IDE to remotely sync your code with the OLinuXino.  This allows you to program on your desktop in a nice IDE, automatically transfer the files, and run the code on your OLinuXino all without effort.  I’m going to show you how to set this up with the OLinuXino, but the same idea would work for any other single board computer (e.g. Raspberry Pi).   The reasons for doing this include: 1) IDE: This ...
Sometimes you run across a situation where you want some more memory (RAM) to complete an operation. An example of this that I ran into was trying to compile something and gcc kept running out of memory.  One way to fix this is to temporarily allocate more swap space. Swap space is memory that resides on your hard drive (or SD card in the case of a Raspberry Pi) that can be used like RAM.  This is helpful if you are running into an out of memory error, as it will give the computer mor ...

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