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Is there a xterm equivalent that is optimized for use over VNC?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – tl;dr Is there a terminal emulator that uses rectangular copies for scrolling? I'm doing a lot over work over the internet just now (hacking a program on my employer's cluster that can't be installed on my laptop), and that has caused some changes in my workflow. Getting a ssh tunnel with X support through the firewall to the cluster is no problem, then I have a choice. (HowTos)

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Problem printing pdf documents created by ps2pdfview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – When I try to print pdf documents that have been created from ps documents by ps2pdf, the output is corrupted. Many letters are missing but included graphics are printed just fine. This happens with my HP printer and with cups-pdf, when I print the pdf document to a new pdf document. There are no errors in the logs, so I don't know what is goning wrong. (HowTos)

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AMD FirePro APUs: Will Workstation Integrators Say Yes?view story

http://www.thevarguy.com – AMD (NYSE: AMD) rolled out its first-ever FirePro Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), the A300 and A320, for entry-level and mainstream desktop workstations, aimed at users requiring high-performance computing horsepower and graphics such as computer-aided design (CAD) and media and entertainment professionals. Will the FirePro A300 and A320 APUs attractive workstation integrators and OEMs? (IT news)

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Workflow for working on www-data owned filesview story

http://askubuntu.com – What is the best workflow for working on PHP Webpages (local) in "Ubuntu Desktop". My problem is, when i logIn with my Ubuntu Account, and when i open a php file "geany" i cannot save the file any more, because the file is owned by "www-data". Is there a way to open "www-data" owned files -> edit it -> and save them again as www-data? What is your workflow? (HowTos)

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openSUSE 12.2 RC2 Ready for a Final Testview story

http://news.opensuse.org – Today, the openSUSE project makes available openSUSE 12.2 Release Candidate 2 for widespread testing, with a final release targeted for mid September. In the two weeks since the previous release candidate, a flurry of last minute fixes have arrived, mostly in higher level packages as the basic stack has been stabilized and locked. Get it Download it from software.opensuse.org/developer. (Distributions)

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The workflow capability of this environment has not been configuredview story

http://serverfault.com – I've set up a virtual enviroment in test professional to build depoly and test and application using visual studio and TFS. It builds ok, but doesn't deploy or test. (HowTos)

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Need a POP3 or IMAP relay or adapter from an exchange server, any ideas?view story

http://serverfault.com – Short version of the issue We have a 3rd party workflow tool that needs to check e-mail inboxes. The tool only supports checking e-mail with pop3 or IMAP Our network guys don't allow pop3 or IMAP access to our exchange server. My working solution / Concept Install some kind of pop3/imap mail server software on the web server with the workflow tool. (HowTos)

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Can you upload chef cookbooks directly from a hosted Git repository?view story

http://serverfault.com – I'm learning Chef. My cookbooks are on Github. It seems the workflow goes: Install cookbooks locally (download them from Github with knife site install) Upload cookbooks to server (knife cookbook upload) Deploy to client from server (knife ssh ... "sudo chef-client") Is there a way to combine 1 and 2? It's not critical, but sometimes I need to conserve bandwidth. (HowTos)

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Can i reasonably link in C code to an application managed with quickly?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I'm looking around for a way to program some gui apps in ubuntu 12.04. I ran across the quickly tutorial http://developer.ubuntu.com/get-started/ and the tool looks fantastic. It looks like the primary language you develop with is python, which is fine with me. But i know that i will need to link in c (or other compiled) code for intensive number crunching and to take advantage of the huge numb (HowTos)

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MongoDB and datasets that don't fit in RAM no matter how hard you shoveview story

http://serverfault.com – This is very system dependent, but chances are near certain we'll scale past some arbitrary cliff and get into Real Trouble. I'm curious what kind of rules-of-thumb exist for a good RAM to Disk-space ratio. (HowTos)