Monthly Archives: June 2011

Ubuntu or Fedora, Which is Better Linux Distro.

Linux operating systems are getting popular. Over the years they have grown and today they present an option to Microsoft Windows OS. There are about more than 200 Linux distributions which are being used currently. Many of IT personnel who … Continue reading

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Comparison Between Ubuntu vs. RHEL

There are no benefits that I can discern for using CentOS (or RHEL) over Ubuntu if you are equally familiar with using both OSes. We use RHEL and CentOS heavily at work, and it’s just painful — we’re building custom … Continue reading

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Ubuntu 11 good @ UI and User Friendly

Ubuntu 11 good at Built in packages of System Drivers and Utility software packages. So its more useful for Developrs th develop applications and also it supports Plugins and More utility softwares. But if you want to install Ubuntu 11 … Continue reading

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Linux Architectures…Common

UNIX Architecture In a strict sense, an operating system can be defined as the software that controls the hardware resources of the computer and provides an environment under which programs can run. Generally, we call this software the kernel, since … Continue reading

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Linux Karnel functionalities…

=> Preemptive multitasking (both in user mode and kernel mode) => Virtual memory => Shared libraries => On Demand loading => Shared copy-on-write executables => Memory management => The Internet protocol suite and networking => Threading => Inter-Process Communication => … Continue reading

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Puppy Linux try it out

I tried both the OS Windows and Linux ,if any new version will enter into the market ,i used to download and install the os. But the i got Puupy Linx one of the mini package of Linux distribution ,realy … Continue reading

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Calculate Percentage for bubble Radius

var radiusMin:int = 50; var radiusMax:int = 100; var readiusCalc:Number = 0; arryAll = sortCollection(arryAll); var minVal:Number = Number(ObjectUtil.toString(arryAll[0][‘revenue’]).toString()); ; var maxVal:Number = Number(ObjectUtil.toString(arryAll[arryAll.length-1][‘revenue’]).toString()) readiusCalc = currentVal * 100 / maxVal;

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