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A problem that many web developers face when they switch from Microsoft Windows to an open source operating system (Ubuntu, Fedora, Archlinux, OpenSUSE, Mandriva, Debian, BSD etc.) is the imposibility of running tests on Internet Explorer, since IE is officially suported only on Windows.

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After the bomb announcement 6 months ago, Google has open sourced its first operating system under the name Chromium OS, which will be the core for the release of Chrome OS, a year later. As of today, the code for next generation operating system will be fully open, from the code base till the user […]

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Canonical is holding their word when it comes on the strict release schedule of Ubuntu releases. Ubuntu 9.10, with the codename Karmic Koala, has been released yesterday 29 October, a week after the release of Microsoft’s Windows 7.

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Today I’ve update for testing Traveler from 8.5 to Traveler 8.5.1 – this process was made on Windows environment. To update Traveler first you have to update Domino server – that is simple following steps from self extracting installation (CZ5RTEN archive) – it detect actual version of Domino installed and if it is 8.5 it […]

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If you are using Domino and Lotus Notes is good to know that 8.5.1 release is available for download from IBM.

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If you need to install the WSF/PHP extension on a SUSE Linux with GCC 4.1.2 (pretty old) and receive some strange errors with missing libraries (even if you think / see they are there and even if you followed a la lettre the documentation) you may try the following approach:

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If you are unable to use the YM client with the new gateway configuration (through proxy) it is very likely you have the issue (and solution) described here. Finally, there’s another very important peculiarity of what does Cialis that brings it so high above its alternatives. It is the only med that is available in […]

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A new article on micahville blog presents a list of 17 games who do not need WINE, can be open or closed source, and of course, run on Linux. The games are (in no particular order):

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Last week I need a new partition on my external drive. The HDD has 80Gb split in 2 partitions, one of 20Gb and one of around 56Gb. The first partition was nearly full and the second had 30Gb of free space (but with many fragmented files). The obvious solution is to move the 26Gb from […]

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