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How to think like VP of Open Source Affairs, Michael Tiemann

I came across this interview with Michael Tiemann, VP of Open Source Affairs Red Hat and found it very interesting. I though to share it here: http://opensource.com/business/14/8/interview-michael-tiemann-red-hat

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Fedora 19 Linux OS: Time And Date Synchronization with NTP

Fedora 19 Linux based operating system distribution can be network-synchronized for time and date over Internet by using NTP (Network Time Protocol) protocol. For more information about NTP, one may read over here: http://www.ntp.org/ . However, I found that the … Continue reading

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Resizing a Virtual (or Guest) Machine on Linux-based Fedora Distribution

Fedora operating system includes several tools for managing KVM, QEMU, and Xen based virtual machines (VMs), also called guest machines/systems. In this article, I will discuss one such tool called “virt-resize” that can be used to resize (expand or shrink) … Continue reading

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Software Source Code Browsing Using Doxygen

Frequently, software developers need to walk through software source codes, they are working on, for various reasons, such as for understanding the code flow or for debugging a particular problem. There are several tools available for this purpose though. However, … Continue reading

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OlivePad: India's Answer to iPAD

Olive Telecom, an Indian-based multinational company, launched India’s first 3.5G Pad, named OlivePad-VT100. The main features of OlivePad are: 1.  Android platform. 2.  High-Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA, a 3G mobile telephony protocol). 3.  Wireless connectivity (Wi-Fi). 4.  Bluetooth. 5.  … Continue reading

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How to Enable Creation of Core Dump Files Due to Crashed Applications in Fedora Linux Distribution

It is needed frequently to analyze the cause of a crashed application. One way to do it is through the creating of core dump files that can be later analyzed to debug the issue. Core dump files are a snapshot … Continue reading

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India Makes World’s Cheapest Laptop, Sakshat, based on Open Source Linux Operating System

On 22 July, 2010, India added a new feather to its list of innovations by launching the world’s cheapest laptop, named Sakshat (meaning something real), that will cost around Rs 1500. Kapil Sibal, Human Resource Development Minister of India, unveiled … Continue reading

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