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Moving to Open Development: OpenStack / Crowbar / Chef on SUSE



By: Andreas Jaeger

March 11, 2013 3:42 pm

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We are pleased to announce that we have opened up our work on development and packaging of OpenStack, Crowbar, and Chef, for both openSUSE and SUSE Linux Enterprise.

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Categories: openSUSE, SUSE Cloud, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

How to WebDAV over SSL using LDAP Authentication with Apache Web Server



By: susethailand

December 8, 2009 12:07 pm

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How to WebDAV over SSL using LDAP Authentication with Apache Web Server.

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Categories: Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Technical Solutions

ECMAScript/JavaScript Development Without a Web Browser



By: ab

November 12, 2009 4:10 pm

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Have you ever been coding Java and suddenly wanted to do something using loosely-typed variables or worked out an issue with a little less Java-ness? Have you ever wanted to take advantage of the familiarity people have with some languages (ECMAScript/JavaScript) while still using something that is not a web browser as an environment? Have you ever wanted to debug your JavaScript without refreshing a web page and your cache that just won’t seem to ever refresh properly for you? This and more will be covered today with practical examples in both the Novell Identity Manager (IDM) and Novell Sentinel applications plus any other Java-based applications that you may have around your own environment.

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LJDT: Base64 Encoding



By: ab

September 28, 2009 4:13 pm

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In computing there are two terms which are often confused: encoding and enciphering. One of them, with ‘cipher’ in its name, usually best refers to something that is cryptographically enciphered which means it was mathematically mangled in a fashion that the result, regardless of the input, is fairly random, patternless nonsense to the un-key-assisted eye. The other term refers to simply changing data from one form to another at is basic level. One type of encoding is ‘base64’ encoding, which is used through many areas of computing and can be explained much more-simply than most cryptographic cipher functions (in my opinion). This article is to show how, on many levels, Linux Just Does That.

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Enable Designer in PHPMyAdmin



By: mendesdomnic

September 16, 2009 3:50 pm

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Domnic shows you how to enable Designer in PHPMyAdmin and save the DB design in PDF format.

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MySQL Tips



By: mendesdomnic

April 29, 2009 3:23 am

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Domnic Mendes shares some helpful MySQL tips.

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SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SDK



By: ssalgy

April 21, 2009 8:53 am

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Want to develop applications that work on SUSE Linux Enterprise 11? Here’s the SDK for SLE11, ready for action.

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Qt Programming – Part 1



By: JasonMyerscough

April 3, 2009 5:28 pm

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This article explains how to get Qt 4.5 and Qt Creator installed on your system. The article then explains how to create Qt projects using Qt Creator.

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Accessing File Systems on Disk Block Image Files



By: dmair

March 27, 2009 11:58 am

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David Mair shares a variety of examples, tricks, and techniques for using the loopback block driver on Linux.

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Categories: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Technical Solutions, Virtualization

Making Sense of Hexdump



By: dmair

November 24, 2008 11:14 am

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I often work with binary data that has a format I could interpret if only I could see it in a human readable form. Most text editors aren’t much use. One way (of many) to solve that is to use the hexdump utility. hexdump is very versatile and allows you to look at the structure inside binary files as you see fit and once you learn how to use it you can apply it quickly to many problems. I think that easily qualifies as cool.

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