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For many people, the switch to Linux is motivated by problems they've had with viruses or malware inWindows. If this is part of your reason, you are probably interested in getting some anti-virus, anti-malware, and anti-intrusion software going on your MEPIS system. Fortunately for you, MEPIS shipswith an excellent anti-virus (clamav) and firewall (guarddog) already installed.There are veritable gigabytes of debate on the web about what the future holds for Linux viruses, andwhether the increasing popularity of the platform will prompt more viruses to be written for it. What isbeyond debate, however, is the current state of affairs on viruses and malware for Linux: there arevirtually none to concern yourself about. There are a handful of known Linux viruses, but the majorityof them are no more than proof-of-concept programs that never left the lab. The remainder largely17 The GNOME desktop environment has a similar program, gksu, which can also be used under KDE. 18 The menu or desktop shortcuts for programs that typically require root privileges to use are already configured to run


No introduction to Linux would be complete without a discussion of open-source software and whyopen-source, free-as-in-speech31 software is so important. Many new users discount the open nature ofLinux and the programs that run on it, maintaining that there is no practical difference betweenproprietary freeware and open-source software. In other words, the fact that it costs nothing is all thatmatters. There are several differences, however, that affect ordinary users in major ways.Granted, most of us (even those with some programming skills) aren't likely to crack open the sourcecode of our office suite or desktop environment and start hacking around. But consider theseadvantages that are unique to open-source:


Regarding the specific target application of our system, which is performing multichannel vibration and impact tests in mechanical engineering, many other previous works describe DAQs for inertial units based on Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) technology, piezoelectric accelerometers and incremental quadrature encoders. For example, fatigue-induced crack diagnostics in gears is studied in [3] by means of quadrature encoders read through off-the-shelf National Instruments DAQ boards. Only one sensor type is employed in those tests, hence the lack of discussion about the synchronization of different sensor types. In [4], two biaxial MEMS accelerometers (ADXL210) are sampled with a commercial DAQ (Biomedical Monitoring BM42) at 1 kS/s, apparently without simultaneous sampling of all channels.


Another key test was related to the validation of analog signal acquisition. A sinusoidal signal of 200 Hz and 200 mVpp was generated with an Agilent 33220a signal generator, then acquired with the entire pipeline of hardware ADC, firmware on the ARM microcontroller and recorded in a desktop computer with the public user API. The result is shown in the time domain in Figure 4a. In order to verify the spectral quality of the acquired signal and discard artifacts, such that those caused by jitter are in the sampling frequency (refer to Section 2.2), we also computed the power spectral density of the signal (using a Hanning window). The result, in Figure 4b, demonstrates an excellent performance, with a very clean peak at 200 Hz, an average of a 90-dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR), with the theoretical prediction for an N-bit ADC and a sinusoidal input being 6.02N + 1.76 dB = 98.08 dB.


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