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13. 5 Important cPanel Settings For Beginners
(Community Blogs/General Linux)
... email of the user will be the primary contact. Go to the option – Update Contact Info (cPanel > Preferences > Update Contact Info) and add a secondary email that will serve as a backup in case the ...
... for security purposes and 3rd party gateways. If you have a pre-existent system in place, you actually have to rip it apart. Besides it doesn’t even have call recording, call parking or contact centre ...
... includes a User Guide and the SendMessage test application to try all license types and commands without any programming. Contact Excel Software for a Demo edition or free access to an extensive video ...
... in our community blog section. Linux.com registered users can upload directly to the site at https://www.linux.com/submit-an-article, and anyone can contribute by contacting editor Libby Clark, lclark@linuxfoundation.org. ...
... the site at https://www.linux.com/submit-an-article, and anyone can contribute by contacting editor Libby Clark, lclark@linuxfoundation.org.    ...
18. 8 Innovative Linux-Based Products Demoed at CES
(Featured Blogs/Rudolf Streif)
... visible light and infrared camera with motion and audio sensors that you can monitor via Skype. Create a Skype account for the camera, add your own Skype account to the camera's contacts and use Skype ...
19. MinnowBoard: The $200 Atom-Based Maker Board
(Learn Linux/Linux How to and Tutorials)
... get up and running. I then contacted Scott Garman from the Intel Open Source Technology Center who responded that "Patrik Jakobsson is the maintainer of the open source GMA500 kernel driver. He currently ...
20. Great Talks Mark First Xen Project User Summit
(Enterprise Computing/Cloud Computing)
... these events in the future.  Contact me at russell.pavlicek@xenproject.org with your comments.  ...
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