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There is a little technical detail on the site, but it is a safe bet that they are using something like FreeNX to compress the X session between server and client."
I'm used to text-editing type environments (use UltraEdit and TextPad for Windows mostly) so I'm really just looking for a decent text editor with syntax highlighting, some macro functionality, integrated command execution and stdout/stderr capture. And despite my fun with vi (oddly also mostly at work!) I prefer to code in a GUI. I played with Eclipse in the past and found it somewhat overkill (and to be honest: bloated) for my needs, but maybe I should give it another look?
So the Question is: What is your Linux coding environment?"
Seems Microsoft wanted 5.95% of server revenues as a license fee. Too bad the expert (oh by the way — recommended by Microsoft) on the Commission said that "even 1% would be too much"."
See yourself: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuzRsXKm_NQ
More info about this system: http://www.linuxabordo.com.br/wiki/index.php?titl
My company is looking into third level domain names (i.e. XXXXX.website.com), and has raised the issue of using trademarked (or otherwise legally protected) names in that third level slot. Our intent is to use the model numbers of the hardware that our software works on in the thid level area to specify a landing page for each model. Since those model names/numbers are owned by a separate company, does that open us up to legal ramifications if that company decided to press charges? I checked with Network Solutions (www.networksolutions.com) and they told me that there were no legal ramifications, but I wanted to check with the larger community.
So the main question: Do we open ourselves up to legal attacks by using the aforementioned names in the third level domain slot of our company's website? Thank you for any help you guys can give."