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Linux Video of the Week: Red Hat CEO Explains Why Enterprises Need Open Infrastructure In this video, Red Hat President and CEO Jim Whitehurst explains the forces behind IT innovation today, the role of open source communities in shaping the future of technology, and Red Hat's strategy for helping enterprises manage IT infrastructure growth and change. Read more... Why The Clock is Ticking for MongoDB Last month, ZDNet published an interview with MongoDB CEO Max Schireson which took the position that the document databases, such as MongoDB, are better-suited to today's applications than traditional relational databases; the title of the article implies that the days of relational databases are numbered. But it is not, as Schireson would have us believe, that the relational database co...

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Editors Choice Notifications See all notifications All categories iTunes syncing now works in Linux with Wine Linux users aren't exactly known as big fans of proprietary software, but sometimes a big commercial app comes in handy. iTunes has been up and running on Linux for a while now, but it was missing one big reason to choose it over an open source music player: iPod Touch and iPhone syncing. These two Apple gadgets need to be unlocked to work with a third-party music player. But now iTunes on Linux is reportedly able to recognize and sync all iPod models, including the Touch and the iPhone. Maarten Lankhorst recently alerted the wine-devel mailing list that he got iPod-iTunes syncing to work on a Linux system with Wine, iTunes 7.6, and minimal patches. Good news for anyone whose 'Pod wasn't supported by the available open source apps.

2 Learning HTML Learning HTML Are you ready to learn HTML? This tutorial will give you an understanding of the basics of HTML so that you can make your very own web page. Take your time, and try the various examples given in this tutorial on your own. Creating web pages takes a little practice, but once you get the hang of it, it's a lot of fun!

Easy Debian This package, when installed on your tablet or phone, will give you, Gimp, the LXDE Desktop Environment, Evince, Firefox (called Iceweasel in Debian) with Java and Flash support, printing support, and access to thousands of precompiled applications from Debian that can be easily browsed and downloaded to your hand-held device. All these applications will be installed in an image file containing the Debian operation system without interfering with Maemo, but taking advantage of its infrastructure and connectivity. This package will give you all of these applications without any need for installing dependencies or other applications, and it should work on the Nokia N800, N810 and N900 mobile devices. [edit] What you need: You need 2.5 GB free on one of your memory cards, although after installing, you will only need 2 GB. You need to keep your expectations reasonable.

Cron Jobs and how to use them - an introduction Version 1.0 Author: Falko Timme This article is a short introduction to cron jobs, their syntax, and how to set them up. A cron job is a scheduled task that is executed by the system at a specified time/date. I do not issue any guarantee that this will work for you! 1 crontab RFC 20 - ASCII format for network interchange [Docs] [txt|pdf] [Tracker] [Errata] INTERNET STANDARD Errata Exist Network Working Group Vint Cerf Request for Comments: 20 UCLA October 16, 1969 For concreteness, we suggest the use of standard 7-bit ASCII embedded in an 8 bit byte whose high order bit is always 0. This leads to the standard code given on the attached page, copies from USAS X3, 4- 1968. This code will be used over HOST-HOST primary connections. Break characters will be defined by the receiving remote host, e.g.

5 Great iTunes Replacements for Managing iPod in Linux We all love the iPod, but sadly, Apple is still not kind enough to provide an iPod manager for those of us who use Linux. However, this is not really a big issue nowadays as there are other means to manage your iPod under Linux. Thanks to these excellent free and open source media players that are certified to handle your iPod the way iTunes can.BansheeBanshee is built upon Mono and Gtk# and uses the GStreamer multimedia platform for encoding, and decoding various media formats, including Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and FLAC. Banshee can play, import, and burn audio CDs, and supports many portable media players, including Apple's iPod.

Android HTTP Access Android HTTP Access - Tutorial Copyright © 2010, 2011, 2012 Lars Vogel Performing HTTP operations with Android This article describes how to access web resources via HTTP in Android. Other versions Donate HomeOther versions Stable variants: Latest public beta release: Open Source PKI Certificate Authority - Contact & Support 3rd Party Integration Looking to integrate a 3rd party application with EJBCA? EJBCA has the most flexible range of standard, and non standard, protocols for seamless integration. Emoji Ideograms or smileys used in electronic messages and webpages An emoji, created by the Noto project Emoji (Japanese: , ; Japanese: [emodʑi]; singular emoji, plural emoji or emojis[1]) are ideograms and smileys used in electronic messages and web pages. Emoji exist in various genres, including facial expressions, common objects, places and types of weather, and animals. They are much like emoticons, but emoji are actual pictures instead of typographics.[2] Originally meaning pictograph, the word emoji comes from Japanese e (絵, "picture") + moji (文字, "character"); the resemblance to the English words emotion and emoticon is purely coincidental.[3] The ISO 15924 script code for emoji is Zsye.

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