mintCast 149: Extra! Extra!
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The Main Topic:
- Python trademark is at risk in Europe. (Pyfound.blogspot.co.uk )
- With Samsung support, Tizen hits 2.0. (TGDaily.com )
- Opera browser to switch to actively support Chromium project, switch to webkit. (Techcrunch.com )
- Microsoft Office not coming to Linux. (ZDNet.com )
- Retail copies of Office 2013 tied to single computer forever. (Geek.com )
- Google says that RHEL 6 is obsolete. (Muktware.com )
- Just kidding, but your distro is seriously old. (H-online.com )
- Fighting Robocalls with a Raspberry Pi. (Arstechnica.com )
- KDE 4.10 gets released. (H-online.com )
- Upgrade Mint 13 or 14 to KDE 4.10. (Noobslab.com )
- Vivaldi tablet not dead yet. (Liliputing.com )
- While the Pengpod starts shipping. (Pengpod.com )
- Steam for Linux comes out of beta, holds a bake sale. (Wired.com )
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7 Replies to “mintCast 149: Extra! Extra!”
May I suggest you guys take a look/put this little program on all your machines/usb sticks. Its a portable program that lets you read your Ext drives from windows. Super handy! and easy to use before you nuke.
Now you tell me about this!! Would’ve come in handy last Saturday.
Thank you for another good episode of mintCast.
Like other listeners that provide feedback recommending software, I need to make an amendment to my recommendation for “tedia2sql”.
“tedia2sql” is partially broken and is no longer supported by its developer.
Fortunately another project has taken the lead and provides the means to generate SQL from a Dia diagram file. The perl name for the project is Parse::Dia::SQL and is in CPAN. Ubuntu provides a package for this utility under the name of “libparse-dia-sql-perl”.
The command line utility for “lib-parse-dia-sql-perl” is “parsediasql” and has similar syntax to “tedia2sql”. “parsediasql” supports more databases than “tedia2sql”. It supports generating SQL for SQLite3 databases.
To learn more about how to build a Dia diagram to use with “parsediasql”, you will still need to use the documentation for “tedia2sql” which can be found at:
Rob, if you want steam you can run it on LMDE https://gist.github.com/grindars/4231563
Linked is an unofficial Rasberry Pi Manual I found on http://www.makeuseof.com/ http://ubuntuone.com/7e59LWumpiZIywTwmFC67n
You can record macros via instructions at http://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/2335/record-marco/
It’s just a flesh wound.
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