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Post details: IBM RedBook on Linux Client Migration, and OpenOffice 2.0 forecast

Dec 19
IBM RedBook on Linux Client Migration, and OpenOffice 2.0 forecast

IBM releases a RedBook on Linux client migration: Linux Client Migration Cookbook - A Practical Planning and Implementation Guide for Migrating to Desktop Linux. I did not read it yet, but I guess it's worth reading...

The Inquirer also got an article on OpenOffice 2.0, which is currently under development. Looks cool B-)

Friday night the annual VTK Galabal (Prom) took place at the Salons Montovani. It was a great party, got to know some new guys, had a couple of free drinks (and a couple of paid ones ;-)), which resulted in a bad stomach on saterday :-) Well...
My pictures are aviable here, maybe I'll put the movies I made online too. Official VTK pictures are here, here and here.

I'm trying to get Beagle (Planet) working on my Gentoo system, but fail to do so. ./configure requires some Mozilla/Firefox stuff I haven't got. Maybe I should really look into Ubuntu Linux, which has pre-built Beagle packages. Or try installing the complete Mozilla suite on my Gentoo system, which I wont do because of lacking harddisk space, and Mozilla taking too much time to compile on my poor system.

I definately want to learn Python coding, but can't do it now due to approaching exams, and lack of documentation/book.


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Did you ever get this working with fluxbox? I have installed it and that seems to be much easier with the latest ebuild. I have not been able to get it working with fluxbox though. Wondering if you managed it and could toss a tip my way.
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What are you refering to regarding Fluxbox?
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