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rechil_colin

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  • rechil_colin
    RE: MS Outlook Replacement
    MS Exchange is a SW where a central server connects many users via a single interface that typically a web or email client, which enables users to share contacts, notes, to-do lists, scheduling and calendar information, as well as act as an email client. It is the big brother of OE, which is wind’s default desktop email client. However, why r u stuck up, don't know, but Evolution / Thunderbird / Zimbra Desktop or even IBM Lotus Notes..... which have rich features / equivalent almost like OL. Search on the net and u will get lots of info on the same with configure, installation, uses, requirements and more !
    Link to this post 12 Jun 12

    MS Exchange is a SW where a central server connects many users via a single interface that typically a web or email client, which enables users to share contacts, notes, to-do lists, scheduling and calendar information, as well as act as an email client. It is the big brother of OE, which is wind’s default desktop email client. However, why r u stuck up, don't know, but Evolution / Thunderbird / Zimbra Desktop or even IBM Lotus Notes..... which have rich features / equivalent almost like OL. Search on the net and u will get lots of info on the same with configure, installation, uses, requirements and more !

  • rechil_colin
    RE: Media players????
    Yes, u can install any Linux distro as dual boot side by side win7. Linux has strong GRUB utility that can easily handle multi boot system and after installing it provides option / menu to choose which OS u want to invoke first. Choice of flavor depends on U! Though u can consider as Fedora / SuSE / Ubuntu / Mint or centOS (desktop) in which some r free and some r non-free.
    Link to this post 07 Jun 12

    Yes, u can install any Linux distro as dual boot side by side win7. Linux has strong GRUB utility that can easily handle multi boot system and after installing it provides option / menu to choose which OS u want to invoke first. Choice of flavor depends on U! Though u can consider as Fedora / SuSE / Ubuntu / Mint or centOS (desktop) in which some r free and some r non-free.

  • rechil_colin
    RE: Project management
    Though I am not sure, but if u want to organize scientific papers about project management on Linux, U can take help from any of the SW that available on Linux OS. This kind of SW is used by project managers looking to plan and control resources, costs and schedules to meet the objectives of a project. To help plan a project, there are a number of different types of project management tools in which Gantt Chart, which provides a graphical displays of all the tasks that a project is composed of. It should allow one to specify several different fields for each paper, such as: * Type: is it a conference paper, a journal paper, a technical report * Event: if it is a conference paper, then one should be able to specify which conference was that. * Title: this one is pretty self-explanatory. * Authors: should be able to input a list of all the authors. * Abstract: this can be a logical expression. * Bibliography: this might seem irrelevant, but imagine that u can specify which other papers a given paper refers to. Even u can use GPapers also !
    Link to this post 04 Jun 12

    Though I am not sure, but if u want to organize scientific papers about project management on Linux, U can take help from any of the SW that available on Linux OS. This kind of SW is used by project managers looking to plan and control resources, costs and schedules to meet the objectives of a project. To help plan a project, there are a number of different types of project management tools in which Gantt Chart, which provides a graphical displays of all the tasks that a project is composed of. It should allow one to specify several different fields for each paper, such as:

    * Type: is it a conference paper, a journal paper, a technical report

    * Event: if it is a conference paper, then one should be able to specify which conference was that.

    * Title: this one is pretty self-explanatory.

    * Authors: should be able to input a list of all the authors.

    * Abstract: this can be a logical expression.

    * Bibliography: this might seem irrelevant, but imagine that u can specify which other papers a given paper refers
    to.
    Even u can use GPapers also !

  • rechil_colin
    RE: Looking for a kernel developer/expert with SE Linux - anyone?
    "[i]If you are, or if you know anyone who is skilled in this area,[/i]", this line is confusing !! R u a recruiter / trying to know better about SELinux to search a better job in this area..... It is actually maintained by NSA regarding to design / developments on kernel ver 2.6 on and after. This section is so vast, though it is one of the most comprehensive security frameworks in current scenario, but it is certainly not the only one, AppArmor, which was originally developed by Immunix and then maintained by Novell (SuSE), is an alternative to SELinux that also uses the LSM framework. I'm not sure, whether this reply properly knocks ur Q..... but for making a comparison, plz see their comparisons: www.suse.com/support/security/apparmor/features/selinux_comparison.html
    Link to this post 01 Jun 12

    "If you are, or if you know anyone who is skilled in this area,", this line is confusing !! R u a recruiter / trying to know better about SELinux to search a better job in this area..... It is actually maintained by NSA regarding to design / developments on kernel ver 2.6 on and after. This section is so vast, though it is one of the most comprehensive security frameworks in current scenario, but it is certainly not the only one, AppArmor, which was originally developed by Immunix and then maintained by Novell (SuSE), is an alternative to SELinux that also uses the LSM framework. I'm not sure, whether this reply properly knocks ur Q..... but for making a comparison, plz see their comparisons:
    www.suse.com/support/security/apparmor/features/selinux_comparison.html

  • rechil_colin
    RE: Roguewavve Component Builder
    If this copy is licensed and u purchased this one, so far, Rubberman's suggestion is good, contact with their enggs to get solve.
    Link to this post 01 Jun 12

    If this copy is licensed and u purchased this one, so far, Rubberman's suggestion is good, contact with their enggs to get solve.

  • rechil_colin
    RE: rsync is very slow between the linux and additional secure HDD
    Generally a large amount of data, there is something that tar can't handle for whatever reason / might be process gets interrupted / if it is a filesystem migration(guessing), it is necessary to do initial copy before the actual task starts. For initial step: (cd /src; tar cf - .) | (cd /dst; tar xpf -) Or u can use this command for making fast: rsync -aPhW --protocol=28, even u can use cpio command. See here for more info: www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/09/rsync-command-examples/
    Link to this post 29 May 12

    Generally a large amount of data, there is something that tar can't handle for whatever reason / might be process gets interrupted / if it is a filesystem migration(guessing), it is necessary to do initial copy before the actual task starts. For initial step: (cd /src; tar cf - .) | (cd /dst; tar xpf -)
    Or u can use this command for making fast: rsync -aPhW --protocol=28, even u can use cpio command. See here for more info:
    www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/09/rsync-command-examples/

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