Anonymous (not verified) - Tue, 2007-04-03 11:47
This page gives an overview of terminal server software, as opposed to terminal server hardware. The links below have been researched for the Surrey LUG wiki by FayZee and posted here in March 2007.
Moodle is a course management system (CMS) - a free Open Source software package designed to help educators create effective online courses based on sound.
http://moodle.org The official community site.
http://moodle.com The commercial arm of Moodle.
johnw - Wed, 2007-03-14 15:50
The main difference is that Aptitude keeps track of which packages have been explicitly installed, and which were automatically pulled in via dependencies. It can then remove automatically installed packages that are not longer required. This typically happens for two reasons:
Anonymous (not verified) - Sun, 2007-03-11 01:01
What is Mono?
Mono is an implementation of the dotnet framework for unix systems. Mono is currently avaliable for
- -Linux (x86,powerpc,sparc,sparc64)
- -OSX (powerpc)
- -Solaris (sparc, sparc64)
- -BSD (x86)
The mono SDK is available from http://www.go-mono.org
The compiler and JIT are included. Source code is available from cvs and the project is Licenced as
johnw - Thu, 2007-03-08 19:21
Open Source software maintainers WANTED!
Why not adopt an unmaintained open source project?http://www.unmaintained-free-software.org/wiki/Category:Unmaintained
These projects are marked as unmaintained because
- there's a statement from the original author
- the project hasn't been updated for a long time
Lots of interesting projects you can make your mark on! There's a long list of them on that site.
How many ways are there to copy files from one machine to another...
GNU Tar has a wide range of options. Even without these it's often the simplest way of cloning a section of a filesystem. Use in conjunction with some other mechanism for transporting the tar files from one machine to annother.
Uses the same protocol as ssh. ie. if you have ssh setup then scp should automatically work.
SFTP is an ftp-like frontend to scp. It doesn't actually use or require FTP.
Making the Wireless LED work on an ipw2200 Centrino Laptop with Ubuntu
Started by PaulStimpson
stevew - Sun, 2006-11-26 19:39
This was a post by Paul Brook to the mailing list when we discussed accessing system files on a Kubuntu box without root or su access.
For the record, this is how to (re)set a root password without using a live cd: Add