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Jeff’s keynote speech

Jeff’s keynote speech Προέρχεται από τον simosx. Jeff’s keynote speech at Guadec 6. You can see Dave Neary in the foreground. In the keynote, Jeff talked about the direction of GNOME. Simos Xenitellisblog.simos.info/

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Federico on GNOME optimisation

Federico on GNOME optimisation Προέρχεται από τον simosx. The presentation of Federico on GNOME optimisation. He covered issues of optimising GNOME so that the end-user experience follows a “flow”; that there are no bottlenecks or annoying delays in the duration of a desktop session. Simos Xenitellisblog.simos.info/

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Inscription in the Cypriot syllabic script

Inscription in the Cypriot syllabic script Can you read what the tablet says? Hint Simos Xenitellisblog.simos.info/

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Lamp post

Lamp post, UK Προέρχεται από τον simosx. This is part of the lower part of a lamp post. The lamp post allows the easy change of the light bulb by lowering the uppper part; releasing the screw the lamp post can bend and the lamp easily comes down to ground level. Simos Xenitellisblog.simos.info/

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Ubuntu 6.06 (LTS) in Greek

Ubuntu 6.06 (LTS) in Greek Προέρχεται από τον simosx. This is Ubuntu 6.06 (LTS), Desktop edition. You can use the installation CD as a LiveCD, and you can initiate the installation once you boot up. Really cool way to make sure that it works before installing. Here I chose the Greek language while booting the …

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Fedora in Greek #2

Fedora in Greek #2 Προέρχεται από τον simosx. Fedora Core 5 (Greek) when configured to use the DejaVu fonts as the main fonts. The DejaVu fonts are available from Fedora Extras (use the Package Manager to install). You then need to edit /etc/fonts/fonts.conf by replacing “Bitstream Vera” with “DejaVu”. This is 10pt, which is closer …

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