[dc]W[/dc]hat is FOSDEM? It’s a name of a conference held in Brussels, but it also stand for “Free and Open source Software Developers’ European Meeting”.
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This autumn in Prague we will have something like this – A conference of OpenSUSE Project, SUSE Labs, Gentoo and Linux Days at the same time: October 22-23 and right after that 4 days of PostgreSQL Conference
A whole [tooltip title=”Welll ..almost a week” gravity=”e”][mark color=”yellow”]week[/mark][/tooltip] of F(L)OSS activities, hacking parties and talks. Save the dates :)
If you need a lot of browsers, like me, to test some web stuff, this info can be useful for you.
Safari on Fedora
- 1. You need Wine (yum install wine*)
- 2. Download Safari from here (choose – Safari 5.0 for Windows XP, Vista or 7)
- 3. Click on exe file to install.
- 4. Done
IE on Fedora
I know, yes, I know. What a hell I need IE on Linux. Some of my clients still using this ‘most used browser’…
yum -y install wine*
yum -y install cabextract
Get the package and install it. But before that, read the legal stuff from here. Yes, IE is FREE, but you still NEED a valid license for Windows to use it. WTF?!?
tar zxvf ies4linux-latest.tar.gz