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March 2010

GnomeVoiceControl/Build - GNOME Live!

GStreamer development packages: gstreamer-devel gstreamer-plugins-base-devel http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org GNOME development packages: libwnck-dev, libatspi-dev, gnome-panel-dev, startup-notification-devel GNOME build system: libtool gnome-common intltool http://gnome.org Ubuntu users can run this command: sudo apt-get install libpanel-applet2-0 libgnomeui32 libgstreamer0.10-0 libwnck22subversion sudo apt-get install libgstreamer0.10-dev libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-dev libwnck-dev libatspi-dev libpanel-applet2-dev libstartup-notification0-dev libtool gnome-common intltool python-all-dev

September 2009

O’Reilly - Linux Server Hacks

Cooking & Diets Cultures & Languages Database Engineering Tech Games Graphic Design Hardware History Internet Magazine Microsoft Novel Personality Programming Science Security Software Mac Software Unix Software Windows Software Study Theology & Occultism Web Development HOT categories Magazines for men Science Business Audio books Ebook home > software > unix software > O’Reilly - Linux Server Hacks O’Reilly - Linux Server Hacks Save addthis button O’Reilly - Linux Server Hacks O’Reilly - Linux Server Hacks Summary: ISBN 0596004614 | 2003 edition | 241 pages | PDF | 33 MB “The book is such fun, that it has become a great way to test the memory and knowledge of other admins with quickfire questions over a drink. Overall the book is an excellent source of quick fixes for common problems.” Linux Magazine, August 2003 “Definitely one for the bookshelf.” Computer Shopper, March 2004

August 2009

FrontPage - Launchpad Development

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development FrontPage Not logged in - Log In / Register Launchpad Development Wiki Launchpad is platform that helps people and teams work together on free software. It is hosted by Canonical, Ltd, and is open source software, licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3 This wiki is for Launchpad development . If you're just looking for help using Launchpad (including help with its APIs) please visit the help wiki. But if you're a heavy user of Launchpad who wants to help shape its future, then this is the wiki for you

June 2009

Manuais do sidux - Modo Live (RO)

Modo Live - senha do root Favor observar: 1 - Sempre que quiser executar qualquer coisa com permissões de root, saiba o que está fazendo! 2 - Para navegação web com LAN, não é necessário o uso do root para nada. No LiveCD do sidux, a senha de root não está configurada. Se você tiver de rodar um programa que exija privilégios de root, você tem várias opções: Criar uma senha temporária Abra um terminal e digite:

sidux.com :: debian based live cd development

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What is sidux? - Debian Hot & Spicy! sidux is an operating system based on the Linux kernel, Debian's most modern branch (called "Sid") and many free and open source applications. This is where sidux starts – join us! You're new to sidux? No problem – continue here. Current release: sidux-2009-01 Ουρανός Look at the current release plan

Alberto Milone.com - Home

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My name is Alberto Milone, I graduated [1st level degree (equivalent to a BA) - December 2005, 2nd level degree (equivalent to a MA) - March 2008] in Foreign Languages (the name of the course was "Lingue Moderne per la Comunicazione Internazionale") at the Università del Salento. I was born in Turin in 1983 but I have spent most of my life in Lecce. My current interests range from the study of the English language to (open source) software development on GNU/Linux distributions, for which I have an insane passion. I work on a GNU/Linux distribution (based on Debian and developed by Canonical) called Ubuntu Linux. According to Canonical's webpage: "Ubuntu" is an ancient African word, meaning "humanity to others". Ubuntu also means "I am what I am because of who we all are". The Ubuntu Linux distribution brings the spirit of Ubuntu to the software world

March 2009

User Guide to Nvu HTML Web authoring tool for site development

Charles Cooke's Nvu Support Site Nvu is a nascent, open source, ysiwyg, Web authoring system. I hope that this User Guide will both prove useful for new users and act as a reference guide for those more experienced. Latest revision 14-March-2006 Based on Nvu 1.0 The Guide is based on Nvu running under Windows XP. Available both in pdf and HTML versions The pdf version can be printed, if required, on either A4 or US letter stationery. The files for the guide are no longer maintained on this site but are hosted on an Nvu site. Your preferred route, when running Nvu is via the Nvu Help menu, select 'User Guide' Alternatively go to the current version using the link below Nvu User Guide HTML or pdf However! a - The hosting site has not worked since the last week in September (I am investigating why.) b - There is now a newer User Guide based on KompoZer available Copies of both old and new can be found via http://www.charlescooke.me.uk/web/ Also available Bugs I found HTML

November 2008

K Desktop Environment - KDE 4.0 Released

KDE 4.0 Released FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Também disponível em: English German Italiano Letoniano Esloveno Sueco Tamil O Projeto KDE lança a sua quarta versão Com esta nova versão, a comunidade KDE marca o início da era KDE 4. 11 de janeiro de 2008 (A INTERNET). O Comunidade KDE anuncia a disponibilidade imediata do KDE 4.0.0. Este lançamento marca o fim de um intenso ciclo de desenvolvimento até o KDE 4.0 e o início da era KDE 4.

K Desktop Environment - KDE 4.0 Visual Guide: Applications

KDE 4.0 Visual Guide: Applications Jump to: Overview Desktop Applications Educational Applications Games Also available in: Chinese French Italian Persian Punjabi Slovenian The Dolphin file manager Dolphin is KDE4's new file manager. You can browse, locate, open, copy and move files with it. Dolphin concentrates on ease of use and replaces Konqueror's filemanagement component, which was used in KDE 3 and earlier. While Konqueror can still be used as file manager, and in fact shares the fileview functionality with Dolphin, the KDE team has decided to introduce an application that is optimized for filemanagement: Dolphin.

July 2008

KDE Developer's Corner - Home

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Welcome to the KDE Developer's Corner website. This site is a directory of KDE development related documents. If you're looking for information about downloading or using KDE, then you should probably look at the main KDE website at www.kde.org instead.

Skolelinux: Infoside for utviklerne

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The Linux for School project "We have four years of experience using Linux with user applications in Nynorsk" says Bjarne Hugo Hansen, principle of Høle primary and secondary school. Nynorsk is one of the two main norwegian dialects, the other is Bokmål. "Our school saves at least NOK 128.000 (Norwegian kroner) a year, and we are able to use new software on old computers". Most of our computer park consist of old, donated computers from private companies. Bjerke high school with 370 pupils, has three and a half years of experience with thin clients and servers running Linux with KDE and StarOffice. They use a hardware-optimized solution with central server-administration. "Our school saves NOK 100.000 a year" says Gro Flaten, principal of Bjerke. July the 2nd 2001, an initiating meeting was summoned for the "Skolelinux" project (a project to create a Linux solution aimed at Norwegian schools. http://developer.skolelinux.no ). 13 out of 25 project participants met, which is good, considering that the participants live widely spread across Norway. The project's objective was discussed, and the Debian distribution was chosen as a base platform because Petter Reinholdtsen, who knows the Debian distribution well, volunteered to build the new "Skolelinux" distribution. Eivind Trondsen, Linux evangelist from IBM Norway, offered a build computer and development site for a couple of summer months. The objective we agreed on is: The "Skolelinux" project shall provide Norwegian user applications in the two norwegian dialects, Nynorsk and Bokmål, and in the Sami language.

one laptop per child - developers - desenvolvedores

desenvolvedores Sítio de desenvolvimento do One Laptop Per Child: http://dev.laptop.org/ Programa de desenvolvedores: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Developers_program Nota do software BTest: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/BTest_Software_Notes Imagem de auto-reinstalação: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Autoreinstallation_image A versão estável mais recente da nossa imagem sempre pode ser encontrada aqui: http://olpc.download.redhat.com/olpc/ streams/development/LATEST

June 2008

FAQ - Screenlets.org

Contents [hide] * 1 Installation o 1.1 Getting the latest package (manual install, most distros can use this) o 1.2 Ubuntu (Edgy/ Feisty/ Gutsy/ Hardy) 1.2.1 Words of caution: 1.2.2 Getting it on! 1.2.3 First, removing the old cruft: # 1.2.3.1 If you used the package manager: # 1.2.3.2 If you used bzr: 1.2.4 Just get the newest package: 1.2.5 Using the package manager o 1.3 The OLD way of Ubuntu installation: o 1.4 OpenSUSE 1.4.1 Installation 1.4.2 Removal o 1.5 Gentoo 1.5.1 First, create overlay 1.5.2 Let the bzr eclass handle bzr branches 1.5.3 Now, add the overlay 1.5.4 Create the digest... 1.5.5 last step: o 1.6 What are the requirements/dependencies for running the screenlets? o 1.7 How do I install new Screenlets? 1.7.1 Easy Way 1.7.2 Manually o 1.8 How do I completely uninstall all screenlets? * 2 Usage o 2.1 How do I start/launch a screenlet? o 2.2 How do I make my screenlets automatically start when I login? o 2.3 For KDE users * 3 Troubleshooting o 3.1 Why are there black boxes around all my screenlets? o 3.2 Where are the individual official screenlets kept after I installed the package? o 3.3 Where do I put individual screenlets o 3.4 What's in ~/.config/screenlets o 3.5 How do I reset the settings for a single screenlet? o 3.6 How do I completely reset all my settings? o 3.7 How can I check which version of the screenlets I have installed? o 3.8 Why do some screenlets appear twice when I click one time on the add button? o 3.9 Why do my screenlets disappear when I show the desktop? * 4 Developers o 4.1 3rd party screenlets * 5 Packaging/Releasing o 5.1 How do I submit my own screenlet? o 5.2 Where/how can I get the development version?

May 2008

Cheese - Tour

Cheese is an program for the Gnome Desktop which allows you to take photos, videos, and anything else you can think of with your webcam. Just start it up and shoot! Gather all of your friends around, have some fun! Share your taken photos and videos with 'em!

Cheese

What is Cheese? Cheese uses your webcam to take photos and videos, applies fancy special effects and lets you share the fun with others. It was written as part of Google's 2007 Summer of Code lead by daniel g. siegel and mentored by Raphaël Slinckx, and has most of the classical photo booth features after a bare couple of months of development. Under the hood, Cheese uses GStreamer to apply fancy effects to photos and videos. After a success of the Summer of Code, the development continued and we still are looking for people with nice ideas and patches ;

K Desktop Environment - KDE 4.0 Visual Guide

KDE 4.0 Visual Guide Also available in: Chinese French Persian The KDE 4.0 Desktop and applications deserve a closer look. The pages below provide an overview of KDE 4.0 and give some examples of its associated applications. Screenshots of many components are included. Be aware that this is just a small sample of what KDE 4.0 offers you.

K Desktop Environment - KDE 4.0 Released

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KDE 4.0 Released FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Also available in: Bengali (India) Catalan Chinese Czech Dutch French German Gujarati Hebrew Hindi Italian Latvian Malayalam Marathi Persian Polish Punjabi Portuguese (Brazilian) Romanian Russian Slovenian Spanish Swedish Tamil KDE Project Ships Fourth Major Version of cutting edge Free Software Desktop With the fourth major version, the KDE Community marks the beginning of the KDE 4 era. January 11, 2008 (The INTERNET). The KDE Community is thrilled to announce the immediate availability of KDE 4.0. This significant release marks both the end of the long and intensive development cycle leading up to KDE 4.0 and the beginning of the KDE 4 era.