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The bashrc bash configuration files

The default shell in most Linux distributions is the bash shell. Contrary to all the usability work that has been done to the GUI, the shell is most neglected area. Depicting a shell is not an easy task; in the screenshot above we only show the default prompt. It has the following disadvantages, It does …

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Droid fonts from Google (Android SDK)

Update 10Feb2009: The Droid fonts are now available from android.git.kernel.org (Download tar.gz archive), under the Apache License, Version 2.0. Ascender (the company who created Droid), has now a dedicated website at http://www.droidfonts.com/ (thanks Rex!). At this dedicated website, Ascender presents the Droid Pro family which has several additions to Droid. For the open-source crowd, it …

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Localisation issues in home directory folders (xdg-user-dirs)

In new distributions such as Ubuntu 7.10 there is now support for folder names of personal data in your local language. What this means is that ~/Desktop can now be called ~/Επιφάνεια εργασίας. You also get a few more default folders, including ~/Music, ~/Documents, ~/Pictures and so on. This functionality of localised home folders has …

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Domains and Webhosting #2

There are loads of companies that offer webhosting services. We distinguish between dedicated webhosting (you have a server on your own at the datacentre), virtual private server (VPS) (a server is partitioned to virtual private servers through VMWare, Xen or other) and shared webhosting (you share the server, you get your own virtual host in …

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Τι εκτυπώνει το πρόγραμμα; [Λύση]

#include <stdio.h> int calculate(void); int calculate(void) { int i; int p[9]; for ( i = 0; i <= 3; i++ ) p[i*3+2]+=16; } int main(int argc, char** argv) { calculate(); printf("Hello, World!\n"); return 0; } Μεταγλωττίζουμε το πρόγραμμα της προηγούμενης εγγραφής και εκτελούμε (πλατφόρμα Linux/i386, gcc 4.0.x). simos@home /tmp $ gcc calculate.c -o calculate simos@home …

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