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Thread: Driver-Free Car Runs Ubuntu Linux

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    Default Driver-Free Car Runs Ubuntu Linux

    Phoronix: Driver-Free Car Runs Ubuntu Linux

    While not as sexy as the BMW Z4M or some of the other automobiles on display during CES, we had learned an interesting fact about the driver-less Carnegie Mellon vehicle: it runs Ubuntu. This Carnegie Mellon vehicle with sponsors such as Google, NetApp, and Intel, had won this year's DARPA challenge...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=NjI3NA

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    Default Kernel panics?

    Kernel panics, Beowulf clusters, compiz fusion, throttling issues, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabriah View Post
    Kernel panics, Beowulf clusters, compiz fusion, throttling issues, etc?
    Compiz fusion was disabled by default because we do not need wobbly windows

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    Wow, a dozen C2Ds. Never realised how much processing power you need to make a car move on its own.

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