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Compiling Xen from source using dpkg

Compiling and installing software from source is used by developers a lot. So using ./configure , make, make install is something we all are well aware of but this is a very messy way to do so because when you uninstall the program it may leave some dependency files in the system or might not work properly when again installed. 96 more words

OPW

OPW MediaWiki Spelling Dictionary: Weeks 8 & 9

Hello!

I am glad to announce that I have successfully covered half way of a very significant journey of my life. We have just had our mid-term evaluation of the projects! 270 more words

MediaWiki

GNOME Usability Test: Scenario Tasks (Part 1)

A usability test consists of “scenario tasks” that the tester has to complete (read more about scenarios and scenario tasks here). For my usability test of GNOME, I selected four applications – Gedit, Notes, Music and Photos. 493 more words

OPW

Selected Curator for DLR CoCo/ OPW Collection Exhibition at DLR LexIcon

I am delighted to have been selected as Curator for DLR CoCo/ OPW Collection exhibition at dlr Lexicon Municipal Gallery. Over the next few months I will be working with a group of older people from Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County to select and curate artworks from the OPW collection for an exhibition in the Municipal Gallery at dlr LexIcon in November 2015. 72 more words

Claire Halpin

February 7:Sharing experience as an OPW intern at Mozilla Quality Assurance

February 7 ,2015 has been a really special day in event life.I had shared my experience as an OPW intern at Mozilla Web Maker Party organised at Rajagiry School of Engineering and Technology,Kochi. 398 more words

Mozilla

Creating guests using xl in Xen

This post is about creating guests after Xen is installed. There are several ways to do that. But after using them this is the one that I preferred i.e. 208 more words

OPW

Me and FOSS encountered .. :D

Well here, I shall elaborate my first acquaintance with the FOSS culture and a hell lot of new experiences following my selection at FOSS OPW Round 9. 112 more words

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