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Re: [linux-5] New Meetup: Open Source Enterprise 2.0 (By OS3)

From: looi eng i.
Sent on: Friday, October 31, 2008 8:06 PM
 
 
 

If you have a linux run PC, please try out this website :

 

get on: <http://www.ping-pong.net> and click the first link,

 

and feeding 6 zeros as password, then click a few [End] key, then get out. 
then u need to read about:

<
http://www.ping-pong.net/roblec.html>
and
install linux, before download robacus on it

 

 

 

for linux users, robacus is a self-help package. currently it works for mandriva linux with the kde interface. they could first try to download it from www.ping-pong.net and follow the simple 3 or so step instructions. they should contact me the minute they hit an impasse.

they could also try a test drive on www.ping-pong.net's 1st link. just...  Read More use the mouse to initiate an execution path, then keep on hitting [Enter] or [End] key to see how the robots carry out each computing tasks.

thus far, the existing bugs with robacus is that for the gnome interface and latest versions of most linux, the standard terminal causes the keyboard to lost control. and another bug is the vnc(virtual network computing)server only work perfectly for linux redhat7.3. if ur friend could spend time to fix these two bugs, it would save me a lot of time. so, in return, i ll help them to take control of robacus for me, playing the role of robacus server to all others.

 
 
 
 
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--- On Wed, 22/10/08, Tom Goh <[address removed]> wrote:
From: Tom Goh <[address removed]>
Subject: [linux-5] New Meetup: Open Source Enterprise 2.0 (By OS3)
To: [address removed]
Date: Wednesday, 22 October, 2008, 3:23 PM

Announcing a new Meetup for The Singapore Linux Meetup Group!

What: Open Source Enterprise 2.0 (By OS3)

When: November 12,[masked]:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: Note: There are only 20 seats allocated to SLMG. If it is full and you would like to attend please email me and I will make the arrangements.

Synopsis

���The convergence of the recent enterprise innovation trend or enterprise 2.0 and market readiness for open source technologies have defined new landscape for enterprise IT. The power to rapidly provide decision makers with access to accurate real time information locked up if different applications, services and devices are the key for this movement. Enterprises will be able to create their competitive advantage on accessibility to collective intelligence, business agility and innovation while open source technologies continue to prove their values of being reliable, transparent, cost-effective and interoperable. Through out this session, you will find out from industry leaders on the values open source enterprise IT can bring to your organizations, adoption strategies and more������

Programme Flow:

�� Opening by SMU
�� Red Hat ��� Shane Bryzak, JBoss Seam Framework Core Developer:
�� Oracle - Blair Layton, Open Source Evangelist
�� Y3 ��� Dr Yap Chih Nam, AVP Research & Development:
�� Y3 ��� Ms. Tung Yoke Ho, AVP Business Solution:
�� Closing by Y3 Technologies

This Event is from 2 pm to 6 pm

Learn more here:
http://linux.meetup.com/5/calendar/9009072/




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