During this month I’ve been using my spare time to update my Linux system administration knowlegde, that was a bit outdated. One of the basic things I couldn’t live anymore whithout was usermode linux, so I put myself at work an decided to learn about it.
Next, I’m going to explain the steps taken to put usermode linux working for me. At the end, you will find internet references that would help you in the process. Continue reading Making usermode linux work
This afternoon, listening Dape‘s comments, I’ve been curious about Python and decided to give it a try.
Looking at the official documentation I discovered that it’s much like pseudocode and indent and colons (“:”) play an important role in the language. It hasn’t semicolons (“;”) and follows the rule “a line, a sentence”. It’s a very curious language… and doesn’t seems difficult to learn.
As some of you already know, I like KDE very much, so I decided to research about if a KDE program could be made using Python. I discovered PyKDE, but it isn’t included in Sarge. I found also a tutorial on writing Qt applications, so I give it a try. It seemed interesting. 🙂
…and get read-write an original read-only entry whose id=”myReadOnlyEntry”. NOTE: the void(0) is required in order to avoid the submission of the form.
Some other curious things you can do using this technique are to replace a previous given function already present in the document. In this example we redefine a form checking function in the current document: