I m coding for a app,that allows user to create PDF document dynamically from the user's report and share via mail,is any effective way is avail to share the pdf document ..?
on 02/10/2013 – Made popular on 02/10/2013
I want to edit a document in online collaboration with other person. I'm using Ubuntu, the other is on Windows. Do I understand it right that the only way is that the Windows user would need to go through the web always? (Because "Share" service is only users with Nautilus and Ubuntu). Is it so? I got (I think) the part where I right-click on "share" and provide his email and so on.
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I wanted to include pear/Mail.php.
I asked the hosting support to provide me the path, It is "/usr/local/php-5.3.17/share/pear/".
But it doesn't work from document root, and it seems I can't access upper level directories by using "../".
There are two parent folder for the document root: /home/www/
I don't have much experience with word-documents, so I'm asking for some helpful friendly suggestions what to pay attention to when making a large word document with lots of hyperlinks and embedded files.
Background: I want to use Word 2010 to document a web-application and related database-code. (Goal: see that code actually implements business rules).
I've set up a RHEL5 server. One of these components is ldap. I was wanting to use nfs share the home directories to all the machines on the network.:confused: I found a document to do it but it says to edit the /etc/exports. Though when done it gives me a new document. The document is from Linux Home Networking.