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Preupgrade issuesview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Playing around with a Fedora 9 box and decided to try preupgrade to bring it to Fedora 10. This is a toy so I don't want to hear about how Fedora 9 or Fedora 10 is EOL. I know it is. Save it for someone else. (HowTos)

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Installing an external serial modemview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I am trying to install an external serial modem on my Fedora 12 8it 64 bit system. The modem works ok on a windows machine using the standard drivers. To attempt to install I selected; System>Administration>network Entered the administrator password selected "New" then modem Connection (HowTos)

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Mozilla crash proofs latest Firefox 3.7 alpha with out-of-process pluginsview story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Internet, Mozilla, Browsers (General)

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How to install Zend Framework in Ubuntuview story

http://digitizor.com – Zend Framework(ZF) is an open source, object-oriented web application framework implemented in PHP 5. Zend Framework was conceived in early 2005 while many new frameworks, such as Ruby on Rails and the Spring Framework, were gaining popularity in the web development community. (HowTos)

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CrossOver 9.0 Improves Windows Application Support on Linuxview story

http://www.wine-reviews.net – CodeWeavers, supporter of the open source Wine project, have released their latest version of CrossOver for Linux and Mac. CrossOver 9.0 (codenamed “Snow Mallard”) is a commercial product that makes installing Windows applications via Wine extremely easy for Linux users. (Software)

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Opera 10.50 released for Windows – Calls itself the “fastest browser on earth”view story

http://digitizor.com – The final build of Opera 10.50 is finally out for Windows. Opera claims that this is the “fastest browser on earth”. Opera 10.5 features a new JavaScript engine, Carakan and a new graphics library called Vega. Opera claims that this has resulted in a browsing speed increase of 700% from the Futhark JavaScript engine used in Opera 10.10. (HowTos)

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Indian PayPal users need to supply Purpose Codeview story

http://digitizor.com – A few days ago, PayPal announced that they will be resuming their operations in India. They pointed out that publishers will need to provide the Importer Exporter Code (IEC) withdraw money from their PayPal account. (HowTos)

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BBC iPlayer Locks Out Open Source Flash Alternativesview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – As a result of recent updates to the BBC's Flash-based iPlayer, open source media players can no longer play its content. The updates implement SWF Verification, a copyright protection mechanism that excludes free alternatives to Flash player, such as that offered by the XBMC community, among others. (General)

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Geosense For Windows: Accurate Positioning Information Of You & Your PCview story

http://digitizor.com – We have told you various things about Geo-Location services from time to time. (HowTos)

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Twitter ditches MySQL for Cassandraview story

http://digitizor.com – According to Ryan King, a software engineer at Twitter, the MySQL database used in Twitter is going to be replaced by the open source Cassandra data management system. Cassandra is a new types of data handling systems that are powering large Web applications, particularly social networking sites which deal with hundreds of thousands or millions of users. (HowTos)