sods and such, as long as it is to do with some kind of
|Open Build service: here you can find
packages for all linux distro's (rpm based or deb based)
and even build your own packages (debian, rhel, fedora,suse,opensuse,mandriva,archlinux, ubuntu....)
/ distro..... go here: OBS, the openSuSE build server
|Issue: A linux system cannot mount a NFS
share from AIX:
use vers=3 option
mount -o vers=3 <AIX-servername:/mountname> </mountpoint>
|Finally found a Android
multimedia upnp/dlna client that works seamless with at
least PMS (PS3 media server) and Twonky (e.g. Western
Digital Live book NAS/multimedia server has Twonky):
- video, music AND pictures.......
it is called BubbleUpnp
|link on Google
|Scanning with your canon multifunction
printer/scanner : this works for MG53xx and perhaps
|Printing with you canon multifunction MG
series printer: I didnt try these, but it's Canon
|Printing on Linux.... can
be a hassle. If CUPS does not have a driver for
your printer, you might consider spend some money on
stuff that works: try this Turboprint for linux.
Comes in tar, rpm (suse/fedora etc) , and debian (ubuntu, debian etc) packages
It detected my canon mg5350 on the wifi network and had me up and running in less than 5 minutes.
Trial time is a month, full function.
|Linux as your desktop...
|PLUG is a linux
application which does (basically) what Fender's FUSE
does on windows / Mac. It
looks a lot less fancy, though, but does not try to eat all your cpu.......
It manages the profiles of your Fender guitar amplifier, model Mustang I/II/III/IV/V
This one is compiled on 2.6.32, openSuSE 11.4, should also work on a reasonably recent Ubuntu/Fedora etc....
You do not need this software for recording directly from your Fender amplifier's USB connection:
to do that, just plug in the USB cable, configure the new USB sound device and you are set to go.
for linux repository
|JBOSS on SLES/OpenSuSE
appliance ready to configure / load your
Java(tm) J2E apps and run !
Get an account on SuSEstudio and download here SLES and here OpenSuSE (soon come)
Oracle's brand new Linux...... admire the Red Hat nash version 184.108.40.206 uh, Oracle UL boot screen, it is a little revealing.......
Staying compabitle with redhat should not prove too difficult this way........
Kernel is 220.127.116.11x, approx end 2007 - begin 2008