Some timeÂ agoÂ IÂ came into possessionÂ of aÂ smartphone, cheaperÂ it is true,Â butÂ it does its job.Â The thing that attracted me to it it’s Android,Â at that time was versionÂ 1.6,Â and as a Linux userÂ I had some pleasure toÂ do someÂ testsÂ withÂ this acquisition.
As in title this smartphone was bought from Orange and it has a custom Android default image based on Android 1.6 . Technical features are displayed here on the opearator site. I’ve expected them to make an announcement about an upgrade to the operating system and finally the ad appeared on the Orange site and they recommended upgrading using software that can be downloaded from here. I did the upgrade according to the specifications and I’ve had no problem.
For what is written up here is the official version of theÂ recommended update that will change your phone from Orange. In time, however, something happened in that operating system: application “Market”Â started to make updates to more applications than I’ve ever had in the phone, and not actually made those updatesÂ in software and I always had to do updates to more than 1,000 applications that require updates to the extent that I had a maximum of 100 applications from all …
I thoughtÂ thatÂ requires some reinstall …Â and IÂ startedÂ looking forÂ alternativesÂ thatÂ might workÂ for me.
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AbiWord is a free and open source software word processor. It was originally started by SourceGear Corporation as the first part of a proposed AbiSuite. Development stopped when SourceGear changed their focus to Internet appliances. AbiWord was adopted by some open source developers and AbiWord continued to be developed. AbiWord supports both basic word processing features such as lists, indents and character formats, and more sophisticated features including tables, styles, page headers and footers, footnotes, templates, multiple views, page columns, spell checking, and grammar checking. Continue reading Abiword – Ubuntu Installation
I know that when it comes to linux and run many say it’s hard. However, this impression remains only an impression that you remember fondly when you think about it that you ever had.
Needing a web server preferably contains Apache , MySQL and PHP that is not conditional on the money I got and I set up a unit using an older PC.
In Debian , you can install using manuals quite intuitive, the above can be installed following several options but my favorite version was a installation that includes a server manager as Virtualmin . This manager gives me the opportunity to manage multiple servers on the same drive (hardware) and I chose version under GPL (Open Source). Continue reading Amateur Server – Debian & Virtualmin
Angry IP scanner is a very fast IP address and port scanner.
It can scan IP addresses in any range as well as any their ports. It is cross-platform and lightweight. Not requiring any installations, it can be freely copied and used anywhere.
Angry IP scanner simply pings each IP address to check if it’s alive, then optionally it is resolving its hostname, determines the MAC address, scans ports, etc. The amount of gathered data about each host can be extended with plugins. Continue reading Angry IP Scanner
Miro Video Encoder is definitely , a simple (and free!) app to convert almost any video to Theora, and, new in this last version, to the open WebM video format. It features no option other than choosing the output format. The goal of Miro Video Converter is to give people a fast, easy, and intuitive way to convert videos. Most video converters have dozens of baffling settings about how to encode the video. Continue reading Miro Video Encoder
Mozilla Firefox is a free and open source web browser descended from the Mozilla Application Suite and managed by Mozilla Corporation. As of October 2010, Firefox is the second most widely used browser with 30% of worldwide usage share of web browsers. In Germany, Firefox is the most popular browser with 60% usage.
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