MLDonkey File sharing with MLDonkey and KMLDonkeyMar 31, 2005
The multi-network MLDonkey client gives users access to all the major file sharing networks. We’ll show you how to set up MLDonkey and how you can control the MLDonkey client with a KDE front end called KMLDonkey.more »
KWiFiManager Wireless Networking with KWiFiManagerFeb 28, 2005
Connecting to wireless networks is
more popular than ever. KDE’s KWiFi-
Manager is a handy tool for monitoring
and managing wireless connections.more »
Hypermail Archiving Email Messages with HypermailFeb 28, 2005
Hypermail converts email messages to HTML and allows you to group your messages in tidy archives.more »
Secure Email Intro Mail Tools for a Hostile PlanetFeb 28, 2005
Don’t look now, but your mailbox is full of junk, and a snooper is live on a distant server, reading your opinions of your boss. Remember when email used to be easy? To restore some sanity to your correspondence, you’ll need the right tools.more »
Perl: Collecting News Headlines A Perl script for Automatically Collecting News HeadlinesJan 31, 2005
Instead of visiting news sites periodically to pick up the latest reports, most people prefer to let a news aggregator do the job.The aggregator automatically draws your attention to incoming news. If a website does not have an RSS feed,a new Perl module simplifies the task of programming an RSS feed for private use.more »
Rails Framework Web applications with Ruby and RailsDec 31, 2004
Most web libraries make 90 percent of the job simple and the rest impossible. Rails,an open source framework programmed in Ruby,is flexible enough to succeed with that remaining 10 percent.more »
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