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  • internet dial-up connections" Download for openSUSE Developer: Arvin Schnell, Adrian Schröter, Thomas Strehl, Stefan Rauch, Ludwig Nussel (Packaged by:
    756 bytes (79 words) - 18:00, 3 August 2010
  • Electronic Engineering page of the Science Project. schematic: gEDA, pcb, gerbv, Kicad, qucs layout: pcb, gerbv, simulation: gnucap, ngspice, qucs
    383 bytes (40 words) - 14:28, 6 October 2010
  • official IRC channel: irc://irc.opensuse.org/yast Forum Meetings Arvin Schnell - aschnell Talk - Contributions Bernhard Wiedemann - bwiedemann Talk -
    3 KB (369 words) - 17:06, 3 March 2011
  • warning in case one of those options is still in use. The new configuration scheme looks like the following: # entry for an apiurl [<protocol>://<apiurl>]
    14 KB (2,079 words) - 09:41, 7 September 2019
  • or secondary level. Dr. Geo integrates advanced features as an integrated Scheme programming language to define scripts within a figure. The language is
    2 KB (226 words) - 00:11, 2 December 2016
  • bleeding edge software available on the Build Service and a brand new colour scheme for the distro. Read more... Discover Feature list ·
    1 KB (767 words) - 02:07, 26 May 2018
  • Writing of SDB:Partitioning with useful information about various partition schemes possible during installation. Writing of SDB:File_system explain to beginners
    1 KB (448 words) - 12:02, 23 December 2016
  • and it is usually not necessary to write your own ycp dialogs. You can add schell scripts to be executed at the end of the firstboot configuration. Scripts
    8 KB (1,185 words) - 14:09, 21 July 2015
  • number and reset the minor to 0. The current versioning scheme is the continuation of the scheme that was used since the early days of S.u.S.E. Linux (some
    4 KB (651 words) - 20:38, 6 July 2010
  • bleeding edge software available on the Build Service and a brand new colour scheme for the distro.
    4 KB (443 words) - 10:00, 31 October 2016
  • software's version-numbering scheme, or using epoch numbers in RPM, please consider changing the version-numbering scheme. Chances are, if RPM can't figure
    14 KB (2,181 words) - 08:05, 25 September 2018
  • service=slp_service # slp scheme only descr=slp_descr # slp scheme only url=slp_url # slp scheme only separated by '&'. device
    51 KB (1,124 words) - 11:15, 18 July 2019
  • set of RPM macros required to package Ruby GEMs The following packaging scheme applies to openSUSE after 13.1 ruby - This provides binaries (ruby, irb
    16 KB (2,049 words) - 07:33, 30 May 2019
  • urn:example:animal:ferret:nose All URIs require a scheme identifier (like http or file). The parts following the scheme are scheme-specific, as you can see from the above
    5 KB (457 words) - 20:49, 25 January 2018
  • internal hard drive, giving you a full operation system with a partition scheme and you own home directory etc. If you just need a USB booting system for
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  • (tcsh) Es shell (es) rc shell (rc) - shell for Plan 9 and Unix scsh (Scheme Shell) Z shell (zsh) konsole - KDE program that emulates console Xterm
    1 KB (144 words) - 00:28, 25 June 2011
  • when scaled down as part of a publication. With the default theme, color scheme, window decoration, compositing enabled (as it is default!), widgets standard
    10 KB (864 words) - 20:42, 5 October 2018
  • not prefix or suffix. Most golang packages did not follow a strict version scheme yet. You should use the date when you retrieved the upstream (e.g. via git/mercurial/etc
    24 KB (3,726 words) - 22:10, 10 December 2018
  • when scaled down as part of a publication. With the default theme, color scheme, window decoration, compositing enabled (as it is default!), widgets standard
    7 KB (668 words) - 20:42, 5 October 2018
  • PackagingGeneral Guidelines · Naming Guidelines · Specfile Guidelines · Patches Guidelines · Security Guidelines · RPM Group Guidelines Build Service Tutorial
    7 KB (936 words) - 15:38, 27 August 2018

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