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 plotter v 0.6.1

 
 by qt4lab on: May 30 2006
 
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Hi all,

I released the new version 0.6.1 of Qt4Lab::plotter. It can display up to 25 curves per chart with plot zooming and can generate function using embedded QSA scripting language.
The plotter is quite young and I would like to find new beta testers.

You can see a brief description on Qt4Lab website: http://www.qt4lab.org and download the source code or the windows installer on http://www.qt4lab.org/downloads.htm

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 What is the best?

 
 by davenudel on: Jun 21 2006
 
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What is the best i can use..
i am new @ KDE and at the moment i use Kubuntu.. but.. what is real the best .. Linux ? wich.. and KDE the newest version?..
greetz


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 Re: What is the best?

 
 by silence on: Jun 28 2006
 
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I've tried Kubuntu, and I think it's a great Linux distribution. If you just make sure to update kubuntu now and again, you will always run the latest version of KDE. KDE version 3.5.3 was released just recently, it will probably be available for your Kubuntu system in a few days. Hope that answers your questions


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 Re: What is the best?

 
 by beroarklinux on: Jul 14 2006
 
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There's really no such thing as "the best" -- it's a subjective thing. If you want to try something else we invite you to check out Ark Linux (http://www.arklinux.org/) - It always has the latest KDE apps and is probably the most KDE centric distro there is.

Ark Linux 2006.1 final will be released around the same time as KDE 3.5.4 [and it will include KDE 3.5.4].


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 Re: What is the best?

 
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I have used a lot of Kde distros and my favorite one I am currently using is Linux Mint 17 Kde... It is awesome.


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 One command installs

 
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I am working on a command called "NewProG". When it's done, all you have to do is run the correct config's command, give it the install directory (unzip the archive first), and leave it alone. It will automatically run every command in the config's script. And it's goof-proof by way of hidden directories! (Who reveals them anyway?) I am trying to remove enough bugs for it to at least install. (If for instance, ./configure doesn't work, the rest should collapse on each other and leave you with no bad files except maybe in your install directory. If it's install-level, not NewProg level, NewProG had nothing to do with it)


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 Re: One command inst

 
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It's about time! Thanks!


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 Re: Re: One command inst

 
 by lavacano201014 on: Sep 11 2006
 
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My program is taking for about ever. I'm working on getting a particular file to compile.


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 New software

 
 by jackcy on: Aug 11 2006
 
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Hi there,
I have an idea on making a new software (kind of bank business software) but can not program.
So I am looking for people that want to help me - for free.

If you know how to code for kde, have database knowlegde I could provide the business knowledge.

If you are interested starting up this new project, please respond or contact me.


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 Heeeellllppp meeeee!

 
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I need a web site that lets me log in to ANY SSH server WITHOUT any download whatsoever. Oh, and I can't pay ANY money whatsoever. This is so I can put my smaller apps online at home if I forget my stick drive on my way to work. I currently rely on work.


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 Re: Heeeellllppp meeeee!

 
 by thomas12777 on: Sep 14 2006
 
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try sftp (there should be bins for any OS), www.openssh.com

with konqueror, try fish://my.server.com


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 Re: Re: Heeeellllppp meeeee!

 
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here's the problem: i have to use them on my Windows partition, because I can't get kppp to see my modem. I tried winmodem, normal modem, the whole enchilada. NOTHING


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 Re: Re: Re: Heeeelll

 
 by Yaba on: Oct 24 2006
 
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putty


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 Re: Heeeellllppp mee

 
 by cparker on: Nov 12 2006
 
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I've heard there are Java applet SSH clients. Would something like this satisfy your requirements?


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 Style Debugging Help

 
 by WolfLand on: Dec 20 2006
 
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I am trying to debug problem with a style based on Mosfet's Liquid style engine. Non-KDE apps such as Adobe Reader, Firefox, Gimp and others are having segmentation faults on combo boxes, splash sceens etc. I have instrumented the source code to determine what code is getting called but since there is no actual executable and attaching DDD to the kwin process locks up the DDD I/F(of course) I am having trouble getting the code debugged fully. Any help would be appreciated.
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