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    [ubuntu] Re: how to read/edit .plist Files in uBuntu?

    plutil perl script
    http://scw.us/iPhone/plutil/
  2. [ubuntu] Re: [SOLVED] Trouble printing with HP LaserJet 1020

    http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/install/install/index.html
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    [ubuntu] Re: IBM iSeries Access on Ubuntu 8.10

    Well the simplest thing you can do is install tn5250, which will allow you terminal access to an iSeries server.

    sudo apt-get install tn5250
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    Re: How to install fonts in Ubuntu?

    If
    control+l
    fonts://
    doesn't work, the next easiest way is:

    cd ~
    mkdir .fonts

    Copy ttf fonts to ~/.fonts
  5. [mythbuntu] Re: HOWTO: saa7134 and mythbuntu high pitched sound problem fixing

    You need to turn off Compiz. Then you need to determine your card number and your tuner number to modify /etc/modprobe.d/options

    See:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=884438
  6. [all variants] Re: TvTime How to for Kworld plustv analog lite pci (SAA7134)

    Many thanks for the HOWTO. I have a KWorld PlusTV PVR TV 7134 SE. The HOWTO didn't work, until I disabled Compiz. So the following step should be step 1.

    System -> Preferences -> Appearance ->...
  7. Re: Testing Strings for Equality in bash: using the * wildcard

    It's just another regex. Regex uses [[ ]]. The problem with comparators like == != with wildcards like *, etc. is that you will get false matches. It's better avoid it, but it's up to you of course.
  8. Re: Testing Strings for Equality in bash: using the * wildcard

    You need to use regular expressions (regex). You won't use '='. Regex is like a filter. You pass the string, and check to see if you get 'super' at the end. I'm at school. I'll respond with a better...
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    Re: adding new packages to MOTU/Science?

    The best way to add a package is learn the basics of debian package management. Send some emails to some MOTUs for some advice. Create the package with some help from your friends, then submit the...
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    Re: Toronto Calling

    Also the Linux Cafe:
    http://www.linuxcaffe.ca/
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    Re: Any Language Learning Software?

    kvoctrain
    flashcardexchange.com
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    Re: Using ArcWeb Services with Mapserver

    More and more work is being done with GIS on Ubuntu:
    http://blog.qgis.org/?q=node/12

    There are more or less options available depending on your API coding abilities.
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    Re: writing scientific/mathematic papers

    Use the TeXmacs frontend to Maxima and gnuplot.

    TeXmacs + Maxima:
    http://arxiv.org/html/cs.SC/0504039

    TeXmacs + gnuplot:
    (See section 4. Graph Gallery)...
  14. Re: Finding a relevant CMS for a scientific lab web frontend

    You want to make sure that the wiki/CMS is UTF-8 and LaTeX enabled. Most CMSes are not UTF-8 enabled by default.

    Zope/Plone is great in that it allows you to create a Python based wiki/CMS....
  15. Re: HowTo: Scientific Ubuntu - Installing OpenFOAM CFD software

    Don't know if I have an answer, but it looks like you have an nvidia video card.

    Can you describe what you did previously to get your video card working.

    Other threads say you may need to...
  16. Re: Looking for a programme that does histograms

    There are lots of apps that do histograms. The best graphing programs these days seem to be written in java.

    VOMegaPlot:
    http://vo.iucaa.ernet.in/~voi/VOMegaPlot_1_0_user_guide.htm
  17. Re: Looking for a programme that does histograms

    Class intervals?
  18. Thread: Php 5

    by adamkane
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    Re: Php 5

    Why are you learning PHP? The main reason to learn PHP is to use Linux + Apache + MySQL + PHP = LAMP, so you probably want to install LAMP, not just PHP.
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    Re: MATLAB substitute

    You can enter data in TeXmacs (MATLAB style), and TeXmacs will display the solutions as well:
    http://www.texmacs.org/tmdoc/plugins/octave/octave-main.en.html

    Thanks for the gnuplot link.
    ...
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    Re: Unable to work on PHP

    LAMP (aka PHP) allows you to install a CMS, which are these great web portals to giant apps that allow you to manage lots of data/information:
    http://www.opensourcecms.com/

    Here's all you need to...
  21. Re: Should Stardict be included in the default repositories?

    They're german.
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    Poll: Re: OpenOffice needs to catch up with MS

    Office will never be open.

    They came up with OpenOffice for a reason.

    Proprietary closed standards. No thanks.
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    Re: MATLAB substitute

    It's called octave-workshop, and it's too difficult to install on Ubuntu:
    http://www.math.mcgill.ca/loisel/octave-workshop/

    Score one more for Fedora.
  24. Thread: jPicEdt

    by adamkane
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    Re: jPicEdt

    Nice!

    JPGfDraw
    http://theoval.cmp.uea.ac.uk/~nlct/jpgfdraw/

    Lyx + Maxima + PSTricks + LabPlot =
    Near complete GUI LaTeX function editing, solving, plotting and drawing suite.
  25. Re: Should Stardict be included in the default repositories?

    GNOME-Ding
    http://home.arcor.de/gkiwi/gnome-ding.html

    Download source to desktop.

    Extract files.

    Install GNOME-Ding:
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