Microsoft Research sees “exciting” opportunities for itself in the
Indian government's unique identification project – in the areas of
user interface, multi-lingual systems, mobility and secure database
The research arm of Microsoft is in talks with Mr Nandan Nilekani,
Chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India, to explore
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Are there any editors in Linux which allow the editable window to be split
as in Microsoft windows? I have tried gedit and openoffice. Both do not have
this ability yet.
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I am not able to establish wireless connection on my wireless router if
I choose "Do not broadcast SSID" setting on the router. I am using
Opensuse 11.2 (KDE 4.3.4). Everything works fine if I choose to
broadcast SSID, but it doesn't connect if the SSID is not broadcasted.
The connection is managed by "NetworkManager". (Just for information, on
Windows, by modifying connection settings, one can connect with "Do not
broadcast SSID" setting turned on.) On Opensuse+kde-4.3.4, there is no
option available with the "KNetworkManager" which allows to make
connection when SSID is not broadcasted.
I don't know if this is opensuse specific problem, as I haven't tried
any other distro for this. From googling I could gather that there
is/was such a problem with other Linux distros like Ubuntu too. On a
positive note, in a tutorial for wireless connection on linux, there was
even this option where one could establish a connection when SSID is not
broadcasted. This tutorial was on Fedora. So I guess that this isn't a
linux specific problem, but its probably distro specific. Or maybe it
could be that I have missed something here. I wonder why I can't find
this option with Opensuse 11.2 (KDE - 4.3.4). Have I to install any
additional packages? If anybody has any experience in this regard, do
let me know.
And I did not have to talk about linux to my kids. Since 199x, had linux as
the OS on my machine at home. So daughter and son grew with it. Now both
are avid linux users in their active life!
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a firm doing legal transcription wants to explore the use of linux. What is
needed is: "a Startstop foot pedal system and a Soundcard that enables you to
adjust bass and treble on audio files". Any clues as to what this is, can it
work on linux and if so what is the cost/recommendations?
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