One of my friend is in cargo business having 7 PCs.
He asked me to buy windows XP licenses for all 7 PCs.
His employees just check emails and work on office documents such as word,
I told him that Linux can be used easily with few hours training for above
mentioned things. I also explained the stability and cost effectiveness of
Now the question is, which distribution should we suggest? Which desktop
environment? Which email client (closer to Outlook look and feel) ?
Richard Victor Correia
PH: +91 9004911199
I am attaching a modified version of the remington keymap file.
Steps to install new hi-remington keymap
1) Please download the file
2) Open Terminal
3) type following.
sudo nautilus /usr/share/m17n/
4) This will open keymap directory , Paste the downloaded file into this
5) Restart Ibus, using right click on ibus keyboard layout indicator icon.
If you are unable to locate it. Please restart your system.
PS: Once I will get full confirmation of Kyali ji, we will try to push in
2010/3/25 khyali swami <kswami.digantar(a)gmail.com>
> Please tell me how to type "आप" using *regington keyboard*
> Also, in window, I use to type "shift h + k + w + [ + k " for writing
> Bhookh भूख
> But in Linux Fedora + IBUS + Remington, I HAVE to type
> "shift h + backspace + w + [ + backspace "
> This is giving us a lot of un-comfort and our whole organization is
> migrating on windows again just because of this problem.
> Khyali Ram
> Circulation Manager (Shiksha Vimarsh)
> Digantar, Jagatpura, Jaipur-25 Raj.
> Ph : 0141-2750230, 2750310 (Ext. 42)
> Mobile : 9214181380
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got a tv - digital. whatever appears on the screen appears on the monitor. Now
I want to get flashes on the screen. I mean scrolling across the screen. How do
I do it?
My company is looking out for linux enthusiasts with some programming
experience (6months to a 1 year). Freshers with hands on experience in the
form of projects done at home are also welcome!).
Our focus here, is primarily directed towards developing applications that
work on devices that run on linux. Some of these applications involve
gaming, and therefore we work with the best available open source
technologies to give our products a great looking and responsive UI.
- Should be interested in open source application development
- Have basic understanding of the workings of Linux OS - kernel, Rootfs, X
- Excellent logic, analytical and reasoning skills
- Ready to learn new technologies & concepts
- Good communication skills
- Basic knowledge of C programming
Pls. mail your cv to akshay.bajaj(a)net4uonline.com.
Founder and CEO
I have a POP mailbox hosted with a service provider from where I pull up my
I want to set up email clients on two different machine each configured to
pull different categories of messages (or rather from different set of
senders). How can I create filters (using fetchmail?) such that each client
gets only its respective category of messages and flush them while keeping
the other messages intact?
One of the system is debian while other is ubuntu-jaunty. I am sure many on
the list must have configured something like this and would like to learn
Going through fetchmail manpage while writing this.
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M-- V? PS+() PE(++)(-) Y+ PGP+ t 5? X- R tv+ b+ DI D G e+++>++++ h-- !r y?
------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------
Where can i get Free Lucid Lynx Desktop and Server Editions ? The
Request a CD is closed now. It says
"Demand for Ubuntu CDs is very high, and we're trying to ensure that
we have enough CDs for those who really need one. We've noticed that
you've already received CDs of several previous Ubuntu releases. You
can help us ensure the continued availability of Ubuntu CDs by
* upgrading to the new release without a CD
* downloading your own CD for free
* becoming an Ubuntu member by contributing to Ubuntu, and thereby
becoming eligible for more CDs
Thanks for your support of Ubuntu!"
Thanks and Regards,
Lots of people steal ideas in this world. i am sure you know what I
mean. Certainly, Ubuntu is not one of them. There might be another way
to build your distro from Ubuntu. Quite a few websites offer the
facility to build custom isos online