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funambol: Sync contacts and calendar

Posted 10-03-2011 at 12:13 PM by jere21
Updated 03-11-2012 at 11:57 AM by jere21 (added init script)

  1. Download funambol server package bundle (including java, webserver tomcat and database Hypersonic):
    32 bit:
    64 bit:
  2. Install funambol:
    chmod +x funambol-10.0.3-x64.bin
    sudo ./funambol-10.0.3-x64.bin
    • "yes" - accept license
    • "RETURN" - accept to install to /opt
    • "no" - Don't start the server yet
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using debian package manager offline { installing new softwares offline}

Posted 09-09-2011 at 12:06 PM by rahulkya
Updated 09-09-2011 at 01:52 PM by rahulkya

If you have internet connection then .. You will have no problems at all for installing any new software in debian. But sometimes internet doesn't belong to you due to various reasons like::
1. you have not submitted your bills
2. Wrong network configuration
3. Travelling into a remote area...etc
Then suddenly you feel to install some software or application or game..Then what you do....
I have a small and difficult solution for you....
Do the following...
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Debian and Google Chrome

Posted 08-09-2011 at 07:52 PM by DJ Shaji

I'm really beginning to like Google Chrome. It is definitely fast, loads web pages quickly, and uses just about the right amount of memory. The only caveat I've encountered is that there are still not many quality extensions available. Hopefully that will be fixed soon.
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Missing Debian Sound Control

Posted 03-18-2011 at 12:18 PM by drask

I installed Debian the other day. So far it is working really well for me. I discovered one minor annoyance today that took me a few minutes to figure out and fix.

Right-clicking the volume control icon in the Notification Area brings up a context menu. The first entry is "Mute", the second is "Open Volume Control".

When I tried clicking on the second one, I kept getting an error message "Can't open gnome-volume-control no such file". I...
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Remove unwanted locales on Ubuntu / Debian

Posted 10-31-2010 at 05:18 AM by bittner (Notes on Linux)
Updated 11-01-2010 at 10:43 AM by bittner
Tags debian, locale

Sometimes you feel bothered by too many locales (pre)installed on your Debian system. If I run a server I typically want basic stuff on it, so for locales "en_US-UTF8" is enough.

Which locales are installed on my machine?
You can check which locales are generated and configured on your system using the locale command:
  • locale ... list the current locale configuration
  • locale -a ... lists all all locales that were generated on your system
  • locale -a -v ... list
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