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

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

extract the tar.gz file and edit the make file so it looks like this
Code:
QT3DIR = /usr/share/qt3
QT3MOC = /usr/share/qt3/bin/moc
MOC3FLAGS =
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

Code:
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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