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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 The files for the guide are no longer maintained on this site but are hosted on an Nvu site.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

October 2007

Fluendo

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Fluendo is a company specialized in delivering products and consulting services for Unix and Linux multimedia. Our flagship product is our streaming media server, Flumotion. We support the development of the GStreamer multimedia framework, which is emerging as the standard media framework on Unix and Linux platforms. (more)

June 2007

Diffingo Solutions Inc. / Solutions Diffingo Inc. - Home

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Welcome Welcome to Diffingo Solutions. Please use the navigation menu on the left to start browsing, or you skip to our products and services. fwbackups v1.43.0 Release Candidate 2 fwbackups v1.43.0 Release Candidate 2 is ready for download - Here are the various install options: * Using the install script in the source tarballs (Simply run 'make install' as root) * Installing the binary RPMs available for Fedora Core 6 and the Fedora development branch * Building your own binary RPM using the Source RPM (SRPM) Some new highlights: - Drag-and-drop support for paths (Only Nautilus is supported for now) - Automatic cleanup of crontabs from 1.42.x - Disk Information feature is now fixed - The rsync engine now uses relative paths like tar and tar.gz do - Minor bugfixes Please see this annoucement for more details on what to do if you're having problems upgrading from the beta1 RPMs. Known Issues: * The fwbackups-runonce command doesn't work so well and it's still in progress.