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Open Source - Iceweasel Feng Office is Open Source Software. What does that mean to you and your business? Open Source Software has many advantages over Closed Source Software. Here are a few of the benefits you get from an Open Source system: Trust When you use Open Source Software you can have any independent expert audit any part of the system. ActivePresenter Free 4.0 free download A free screen recorder/ tutorial maker/ presentation tool/ and more ActivePresenter Free is a capable screen recorder with a lot of potential applications. At a minimum you might set it up to record a fixed area, an application window or the entire display. It'll then record what's happening at a click, before exporting the results to images (JPEG, PNG) or video (WMV, AVI, MPEG4, WebM). Information Security Short Takes: Cracking a TrueCrypt Container - Iceweasel This week i tried to open an old TrueCrypt container. It turned out that i had forgotten the password. So I endeavored into the realm cracking the TrueCrypt container. Here are my experiences The problemI have a TrueCrypt container in which i hold my personal documents. The container is created with TrueCrypt 6.1a.

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Assigning property values, Cascading, and Inheritance - CometBird 6.1 Specified, computed, and actual values Once a user agent has parsed a document and constructed a document tree, it must assign, for every element in the tree, a value to every property that applies to the target media type. The final value of a property is the result of a four-step calculation: the value is determined through specification (the "specified value"), then resolved into a value that is used for inheritance (the "computed value"), then converted into an absolute value if necessary (the "used value"), and finally transformed according to the limitations of the local environment (the "actual value"). 6.1.1 Specified values

pkgng: First look at FreeBSD's new package manager - Iceweasel FreeBSD has been long due a better package management system, pkg_add, pkg_info, etc just doesn’t cut it any more. For a long time GNU/linux users have always used this as a reason not to use FreeBSD and instead favour some GNU/linux combination with an all encompassing easy to use package manager, such as Debian’s apt-get. FreeBSD’s response has always been, (not actual quote), “We have the ports collection, which is cooler and more flexible than just having some easy to use package manager. You can always do it yourself by writing scripts around the pkg_* tools or using portmaster’s –packages-only option”. While this is all true, there is still a gap for a good package manager that needs filling. So here comes pkgng (pkg: (next|new) generation), this is FreeBSD’s next generation package manager and although still in beta, with a few features missing, it is very nice. pkg (aka pkgng) 1.0 released

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