GNUnify is an annual conference on FOSS organised by Symbiosis
Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR) in association with
the Pune GNU/Linux Users Group (PLUG).
We have techie talks, workshops, Q&A sessions and installfests. We
have a special focus on FOSS in academia this year.
You can find more details of the same at http://gnunify.in/
On behalf of all pluggies and organisers I would like to invite you to
this event. There are no fees required for participating in the event,
however registration is required beforehand. Delegate registrations
are open at http://gnunify.in/
Is squid3.0 HTTP/1.1 compliant? We've some websites to access which
are on http1.1
The vendor says, as squid is not http1.1 compliant, the site may not
If this is true, can anyone suggest me some work arround for it?
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Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton was the one who asked why.
I've been having the annoying problem for quite a few days.
kget is able to resume interrupted file transfers effortlessly.
However wget, curl, axel, lftp when trying to resume, send the appropriate
Range Header in HTTP/1.1
but fail to get a reply back. They wait for a long long time, still nothing.
What is it that causes this, and is their a solution, so that I can use
wget/curl for the downloads.
I am in the market for a new PDA. I've been using a Handspring Visor for
the last several years but it's now really falling apart :(. Initially I
used to sync it to linux using coldsync + conduits but later found
jpilot and things were really cool. Two way sync was a dream.
I presently also have a Sharp Zaurus 5500 but with openzaurus gone and
angstrom developers not really interested in developing for the 5500, I
have been looking at stuff on the net and can't really make up my mind.
I need the following:
Sync - both ways with a _linux desktop_ natively. This is essential. I'm
willing to bust my chops setting it up the first time but I'd love to
have a scenario where I just plug it in (or use wifi/bt) and it syncs.
Calender - with reminder
Contacts - with categories (this seems to nix the Nokia E51)
Password wallet - again essential, preferably something I can read on my
desktop too. At present I am using gnukeyring, which is perfect for the
Ability to install other software - I have some medical books, and OTP
generator amongst other things. Think kismet/wellenreiter.
Cross platform - I'd love to be able to have the ability to sync my _next_
pda/smartphone with this desktop software and not have to manually copy
over all my stuff.
wifi/bt - either but both would be super.
I have looked at the Nokia E51, and seen openmoko on the net. Any other
choces ? any gotchas ?
I have looked at opensync but it does not seem to be ready yet. I've
looked at online sync services but I don't want to trust a 3rd party.
I am using kubuntu at present.
Dr. Sharukh K R Pavri. Homoeopath, Linuxer.
Anything is possible, unless it's not.
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