Bookmarks for 11 lug 2014 from 15:17 to 15:23

These are my links for 11 lug 2014 from 15:17 to 15:23:

  • – With the enormous amounts of e-mail many people gather and the importance of e-mail messages in our daily work-flow, it is very important to be able to quickly deal with all that – in particular, to instantly find that one important e-mail you need right now. For that, mu was created. mu is a tool for dealing with e-mail messages stored in the Maildir-format, on Unix-like systems. mu's main purpose is to help you to find the messages you need, quickly; in addition, it allows you to view messages, extract attachments, create new maildirs, … See the mu cheatsheet for some examples. Mu's source code is available in github, and there is the mu-discuss mailing list. mu includes an emacs-based e-mail client (mu4e), a simple GUI (mug) and bindings for the Guile/Scheme programming language.
  • axkibe/lsyncd – Lsyncd watches a local directory trees event monitor interface (inotify or fsevents). It aggregates and combines events for a few seconds and then spawns one (or more) process(es) to synchronize the changes. By default this is rsync. Lsyncd is thus a light-weight live mirror solution that is comparatively easy to install not requiring new filesystems or block devices and does not hamper local filesystem performance.
  • Mergely – Online diff, merge documents – Mergely is a powerful online diff and merge editor and javascript library that highlights changes in text. It can be embedded within your own Web application to compare files, text, C, C++, Java, HTML, XML, CSS, and javascript.

Bookmarks for 27 giu 2013 through 3 lug 2013

These are my links for 27 giu 2013 through 3 lug 2013:

  • Miniflux – Minimalist and Open Source News Reader – Miniflux is a minimalist and open source news reader. Features: Optimized for readability Very easy to use Minimalist design Fast Efficient No social network support No advertising and user tracking Privacy No data locking, host anywhere Web based Mobile ready Secure Translated into several languages Super simple installation Open source and free software [ via ]
  • Cozy, a personal cloud you can hack, host and delete – Cozy a personal cloud you can host, hack, and delete [ via ]
  • How to interpret the status of dpkg (–list)? | Programming in Linux – dpkg (debian package manager) is the package manager for Ubuntu (debian based distributions). dpkg can be used to install packages in Ubuntu. With dpkg, you can see the status of various packages like: the packages are currently installed the packages are removed the configuration files are present marked for removal Let’s explore the output of dpkg –list.
  • Jugnu Life :-): How to install Tomcat in Linux (Ubuntu) – To install Tomcat we need Java to be installed in the system. If you want to know how to install Java on Linux you can refer this earlier post on the same. We can install Java either using packages (apt , yum) or manually. This post explains how to do it manually. The main advantage of doing it manually is that all the tomcat files are in one location. The automated installation will spread the setup files across various locations. It places the Tomcat configuration files at various non standard places.

Bookmarks for 19 lug 2010 through 21 lug 2010

These are my links for 19 lug 2010 through 21 lug 2010:

  • portablelinuxapps – PortableLinuxApps provides portable applications for Linux that you can carry around and use on every Linux computer running one of the supported major distributions.<br />
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  • phpvirtualbox – A web-based VirtualBox front-end written in PHP – An open source, AJAX implementation of the VirtualBox user interface written in PHP. As a modern web interface, it allows you to access and control remote VirtualBox instances. Much of its verbage and some of its code is based on the (inactive) vboxweb project.<br />
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    phpVirtualBox was created for people (like me) who prefer not to have to log in to their headless VirtualBox host to administer their virtual machines.<br />
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  • OpenStack Open Source Cloud Computing Software – What the software does: The goal of OpenStack is to allow any organization to create and offer cloud computing capabilities using open source software running on standard hardware. OpenStack Compute is software for automatically creating and managing large groups of virtual private servers. OpenStack Storage is software for creating redundant, scalable object storage using clusters of commodity servers to store terabytes or even petabytes of data.<br />
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