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1  Computers / Operating Systems / compiling RLPlot under 64-bit Ubuntu Linux on: September 26, 2007, 05:25:21 AM
visit and download the latest tar.gz version.

in Ubuntu open a terminal and type
sudo aptitude install lib-qt3-dev build-essential

extract the tar.gz file and edit the make file so it looks like this
QT3DIR = /usr/share/qt3
QT3MOC = /usr/share/qt3/bin/moc
QT3CFLAGS = "-I$(QT3DIR)/include -pipe -O2"
QT3H = QT3_Spec.h
QT3LIBS = "-L$(QT3DIR)/lib -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lqt-mt"

save and close the file, and type the following

make Qt3

now an executable named rlplot will be in the extracted directory

if there is any problem regarding compiling, please post here
2  Computers / Operating Systems / Publication quality graphs on: September 26, 2007, 05:17:09 AM
Hi all,
 This thread will be about RLPLot. RLPlot is a plotting program to create high quality graphs from data. Based on values stored in a spreadsheet several menus help you to create graphs of your choice. The Graphs are displayed as you get them (wysiwyg). Double click any element of the graph (or a single click with the right mouse button) to modify its properties. RLPlot is a cross platform development for Linux and Windows.

Features include:
  • basic statistics
  • interactive graphical user interface
  • virtually unlimited data (depending on harware)
  • exports SVG, EPS and several bitmap formats
  • uses only ASCII files which may be created or modified by scripting languages
3  Computers / Operating Systems / Re: Ubuntu on: September 26, 2007, 05:12:03 AM
many more Linux projects based on Ubuntu are as follows:

Fluxubuntu: A light weight version of Ubuntu for low end machines with Fluxbox as the window manager.
Goobuntu: Word has it that Google has developed an OS version of their based on Ubuntu. No word is out whether it is for public use
Simply Mepis: 99% Ubuntu
JEOS: pronounced "JUICE" it stands for Just enough operating system. This is the stripped down version of Ubuntu facilitating virtualization. But it is not in the "wild"
Linux Mint: a glossy version of Ubuntu with multimedia codecs pre-installed

4  Computers / Operating Systems / Re: Virtualizations on: September 26, 2007, 05:05:27 AM
VMWare and Parallels are not the only contenders in the virtualization market. There is VirtualBox, VirtualPC, Xen, Qemu, to mention a few.

Now Fedora Core 7 comes with A GUI for Zen. It looks like it is a worthy contender for VMWare. VirtualBox of available for free and VirtualPC from Microsoft emulates older versions of their Windows...
5  Computers / Operating Systems / Re: Why Are You All Against Vista on: September 26, 2007, 04:57:51 AM

Ultimately it all boils down to personal choice... doesn't matter Vista or Linux  Smiley

Hmm. sounds like something I always say to end the never ending OS wars.  Grin  Regarding Vista being slowwww. recent news is that newer laptops has an option of having pre-installed with Windows XP rather than Vista. This is officially announced by people at Redmond. (M$ of course)
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