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I also noticed that it didn't seem to like JPEG files. For example, on a site I administer, it wouldn't show an image, just the default text message associated with the image. I changed the image to a PNG file, nothing more, and that worked. I noticed that JPEG files didn't work on some other sites as well. Anyone know what that's all about?
Any thoughts or experiences to share regarding Icecat in general?submitted by dhplank
Marco Fioretti answers a TechRepublic member's questions about charging fees for software that's made available under the GNU GPL License version 2 or 3.
Currently I use a Nokia with Nokia Maps. I can download the maps for a country and use them on my phone later, without Internet. The catch is that I have to reboot into Windows to download the maps onto my cell phone.
I am looking to upgrade phones eventually, and I would like something with the same functionality. Where I can download maps from home and then access them w/out Internet. But, most importantly I would like to be able to do this from Linux.
tl;dr; Looking for linux compatible gps map application. Does not have to be a phone.submitted by odinsbane
xmodulo: Any system admin working in a service provider network would certainly agree that Cacti is one of the most widely used tools in network management solutions.
I've always been a big fan of Mozilla's email client, Thunderbird, even when it was unfashionable to admit it. Because, for the last few years, the view amongst those "in the know" was that email was dead, that nobody used it, and that even if they did, Web-based systems like Gmail meant that Thunderbird and its ilk were dinosaurs.
How to partition your Linux system to make it safe for wild distro-hopping experimentation.