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In part one of this series the basic trusses needed by the Nagios check_systemhealth script were put together. In part two the actual checks themselves were coded. In this the third and final part of the series compulsory checks are added, the main loop is constructed and the finall full source listing produced. It is worth noting that this is only one of many methods to achieve the same goal.
At the Next Web conference in Amsterdam over the weekend, Tapan Bhat, the Yahoo! vice president of Front Doors, told attendees that search would not dominate the web in the future. "The future of the web is about personalization. Where search was dominant, now the web is about 'me.' It's about weaving the web together in a way that is smart and personalized for the user," he said.
The scripts located in /etc/init.d are part of the bootup sequence of every Debian-like distro. Very often Ubuntu's documentation and guides have suggested - in order to deactivate init scripts - to change the permissions of the scripts in /etc/init.d, making them non-executable. This will have the following consequences:
A Personal Information Management (PIM) suite is supposedly a single application that gives you your email, contacts, calendar and other important information. Bringing Mail, Contacts, Calendar and more into one application is something that many find useful.
PHP is an easy-to-use, easy-to-learn, widely accessible programming language. It's well suited for developing simple scripts you can use to help you in all kinds of games. Whether you play simple pen-and-paper games by yourself, complex tabletop role-playing games with a group of people, or online games of any kind, this series will have something for you.
See the screenshots to see what’s new in this version. Here’s a brief description: the ability to remove old kernel images, packeges that are no longer needed in order to clean up hdd space, change the gnome panel logo, templates and Scripts support directory now, new user folder settings and it also has full support for Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid!
In order to make your application appear in the Add/Remove tool (gnome-app-install), there are two steps to make: * add a “X-AppInstall-Package” line to your .desktop * and run “update-app-install” to update the database
Shell Scripts are very useful but not all that fun to look at. They have simple user input and output text. But, there is a way to spice up your scripts and make them a bit more eye catching with a simple program called "Figlet".