Is it possible to open an Active Director or Exchange Management Console user dialog directly from Powershell?view story

http://serverfault.com – I'd like to be able to launch either the AD user dialog, or the EMC mailbox dialog directly from a Powershell script to open a specific user. The workflow goes something to the effect of "Does everything look correct on this user? Y/N" to continuing on, or to bringing up the account to edit. There's no reason to completely duplicate the functionality of these dialogs. (HowTos)

Where is my 12.2, my Kingdom for a 12.2!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – Many people have noticed that the milestones and the Beta for this openSUSE release have been delayed or even canceled like Milestone 4. Now the RC is planned to go out Thursday – but that seems unlikely to happen as Factory, our development project, is still far too unstable. (Distributions)

Apple’s WWDC 2012 keynote video: worth watching!!!view story

http://www.itwire.com – Last night I watched the stream of Apple’s 2012 WWDC keynote, and despite there being a zillion “live blogs” of the event, there’s nothing like sitting back and watching the whole spectacular event unfold. {loadposition alex08}Apple’s 2012 WWDC keynote video – it’s definitely worth watching, whether as a stream, or, after a day’s wait, finally as downloadable keynote video through iTunes in SD an (IT news)

openSUSE 12.2 Beta 1 available for testingview story

http://news.opensuse.org – After a few delayed milestones, the fourth even got canceled – there has been quite a number of disruptive changes in our Factory development distribution, but we’re starting to settle down and announce the availability of Beta 1 today! A large number of major changes has finally landed: GCC 4.7, Grub2 (status update), the new LibreOffice and much more. New things On the graphical side (Distributions)

Workflow management software for Linuxview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm not really sure if the software that I need is a workflow management software. Basically I need something that I can host on a Linux server that will provide the following functionality: support a pre-set workflow, allowing users to see where they are currently in the workflow, and whether they are expected to act, or they should wait for some external action users also need to see the dead (HowTos)

How to add books to Library Through Calibreview story

http://www.mobileread.com – Hi, I'm sorry if the question is simple but I cannot figure out! My Calibre library is about 5 Gb (since there are a lot of PDF manuals). I switched the internal SD with the External one using the trick so now I have 32Gb of Internal storage. I read the thread Edge & Calibre workflow but in my case I cannot use that system because my lib is more than 2Gb of Dropbox cloud space). I (HowTos)

Open Build Service Delivers Website Integrationview story

http://news.opensuse.org – The Open Build Service, a system to collaboratively build and easily distribute packages for a wide variety of operating systems and platforms, has introduced the ability to integrate the intelligent OBS ‘download package’ page into websites. This is useful for projects who want to offer their users easy access to downloads for a wide variety of Linux (and non-linux) systems. (Distributions)

Improving effects workflow in Kdenliveview story

http://kdenlive.org – First, I should say a big thank you to all the people that helped make our Fundraising campaign so successful, but more infos about that will come in the next days. It is anyways really motivating to see that you are supporting us! On my side, I have been working on a rewrite of the Kdenlive's effect stack. (Software)

PyOpenCL - leaking memory at each kernel executionview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I found a frustrating problem in pyopencl - after each kernel execution host memory consumption increases by approx 1.5 MB. (HowTos)

How do I refresh Disk Utility?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I do a lot of live system building, which eventually involves imaging a USB drive with the built binary image: dd if=binary.img of=/dev/sdX sync ...where /dev/sdX is a USB drive. As part of my workflow, I like to have Ubuntu's Disk Utility open so I can verify the drive letter and unmount anything that gets mounted automatically. (HowTos)