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September 2009

4shared.com - free file sharing and storage

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August 2009

En:HOWTOs - Sabayon

Networking See also Category:Networking * HOWTO: Setting up PPTP VPN connection in konsole * HOWTO: Replace NM with WICD * HOWTO: NM7 Create a STATIC IP * HOWTO: Creating a STATIC IP --deprecated * HOWTO: Get networking and network services working in Sabayon aka The Networking Guide * HOWTO: Sharing e-mail between Sabayon Linux and Windows on a dual boot PC * HOWTO: Passwordless SSH with Single Signon * HOWTO: Connecting to PPPoE (xDSL) service as non-root user * HOWTO: Passwordless Samba Share * HOWTO: LAMP Server (Sabayon Linux 3.5 - Apache2 - MySQL - PHP) by Jeff Szusz * HOWTO: Huawei e220 and e169 * HOWTO: Vista printer sharing * HOWTO: Changing the hostname * HOWTO: XBOX360 Internet Through Laptop

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FedoraProject

Fedora Project Wiki From FedoraProject Jump to: navigation, search The Fedora Project wiki is a place for end users and developers to collaborate. You can find more information or add some yourself. Write access to the wiki is limited to those who have Fedora accounts; however, it is not hard to get one! To join the wiki, follow these instructions.

June 2009

The KDE on Windows Project - KDE on Windows News

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KDE on Windows News RSS April 7th, 2009 : KDE 4.2.2 for Windows available The KDE on Windows team today announced the immediate availability of "Cano", (a.k.a KDE 4.2.2), another bugfix and maintenance update of the KDE release. New in this release is an unstable snapshot of K3B, the KDE cd burning application. As a service release, the changelog contains a list of bugfixes and improvements. Note that the changelog is usually incomplete, for a complete list of changes that went into KDE 4.2.2, you can browse the Subversion log. KDE 4.2.2 also ships a more complete set of translations. The binary packages could be installed with the installer by using the version "stable 4.2.2" (or "stable latest"). In case you are upgrading your KDE installation, deselect the skip basic settings checkbox on the first installer page and press next until you are guided to the release settings page where you can choose the required version. (KDE on Windows Team)

BASIC-256 - Programming for Kids

Tutorial Ten - Animation Do you know how movies and cartoons work? Have you ever made a "flipbook?" Well, before we get into how to do animation using a computer, it helps to understand how animation really works. When we see moving pictures on a screen, they're not really moving. What actually happens is that a sequence of still pictures -- like photographs -- are flashed on the screen so quickly that you can't tell how fast it's happening. About 30 times every second, the screen is cleared and a new picture takes the place of the old one. If we were to slow it down it would look like this:

BASIC-256 - Programming for Kids

Tutorial Four - Variables In the previous tutorials, we learned how to print messages and numbers on the screen and how to do math using the print command. This is very good to know how to do, but it doesn't really help us use the full power of the computer. Computers do more than simple things like add numbers and print messages. A big part of what computers do is to store information, so it can be used later. This is where "variables" come in handy. Variables are a way to save a message or a number so that you can use it later. Let's try an example.

BASIC-256 - Programming for Kids

Tutorial Three - Drawing Pictures One of the most exciting things to do with a computer is to draw things with it. Usually you would do this with a paint program, but what if you didn't have one? Or what if you wanted to draw a circle, and then have it move across the screen? This tutorial will show you how to do basic drawing. First, let's try drawing a few dots.