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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)

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Open html attachments externally in muttview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I recently managed to set up the my mailcap so that mutt can show html e-mails in the message window: # ~/.mailcap text/html; lynx -dump '%s' | more; nametemplate=%s.html; copiousoutput; which is automated by: # ~/.muttrc auto_view text/html Although I think lynx does a decent job on decripting the html to text, sometimes this doesn't cut it and I would like to be able to open the html attac (HowTos)

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The Non DAW is a powerful, reliable and fast modular Digital Audio Workstation system, released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).view story

http://linuxlandit.blogspot.com – Description The Non DAW is a powerful, reliable and fast modular Digital Audio Workstation system, released under the GNU General Public License (GPL). It utilizes the JACK Audio Connection Kit for inter-application audio I/O and the FLTK GUI toolkit for a fast and lightweight user interface. Please see the Manual for more information (and lots of screenshots). What it is not. (HowTos)

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Fox Sports selects Vblock for IT programview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Stephen WithersFox Sports' new studio will run on Vblock converged infrastructure to implement an all-digital workflow. When Fox Sports moves into its new Gore Hill (Sydney) studio and production facility later this year, the IT infrastructure will be based on the Vblock architecture from VMware, Cisco and EMC. "Today's media business is built on a fully-digital file-based workflow. (IT news)

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Vagrant / puppet workflowview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm new to puppet and vagrant, but I'm developing my own Puppet manifests intended to set up a vagrant box. That is, the puppet manifest is in my Vagrant directory on the host machine, and vagrant is invoking puppet -- there is no puppet server. The thing is, my workflow is: while(not working as desired) { vagrant destroy amend manifest vagrant up } ... (HowTos)

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Electronic Medical Records — A Healthy Opportunity for VARsview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – With $1.8 billion market in the United States, the opportunity for electronic medical records (EMR) solution providers is enormous. (IT news)

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Where does Gnome Color Manager store the ICM or ICC files?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I am trying to create a professional photography workflow in Ubuntu. I've calibrated my monitor with a Spyder 3 (works out of the box in 12.04). But I need to know the file path to the monitor calibration profile that is created in the Gnome Color Manager ("Color" in System Settings). Where is the *.icm file located? (HowTos)

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Having tmux load by default when a zsh terminal is launchedview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – My current workflow is: CTRL+SHIFT+T to launch a new terminal window. That starts a new zsh terminal. Type tmux to start tmux. How can I have tmux load by default with a new terminal window? (HowTos)

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Beta 2 Available for Testingview story

http://news.opensuse.org – Stephan ‘Coolo’ Kulow has released Beta 2 so it is time to start organizing these Beta Pizza Parties! As you might know, openSUSE 12.2 is delayed while we search for ways to cope with the growth of our community so this makes our first second beta in a very long time… Get it Download it from software.opensuse.org/developer. (Distributions)