Fedora Installation :: Any Good UML Tool In Open Source?

Jan 24, 2011

I need a good uml tool in opensource. Any List of names and the way to install it!

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Networking :: Good Open Source Network / Server Monitoring Tool

Feb 19, 2010

Any easy to install/configure network/server monitoring tool? PLease note I'm looking for something of little lightweight here (Not something like zenoss) But I'd still like to get performance graphs and event notifying alerts. Also note this is to monitor less than 50 servers and perhaps a firewall or 2.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Good Free/open Source HTTP Server Which Can Be Setup On 9?

May 11, 2010

A good free/open source HTTP Server which can be setup on Linux Fedora 9? If there is a good instruction manual for the installation.

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Software :: Open Source Survey Tool ?

Apr 26, 2010

Can anyone suggest any reliable open source web based survey tool? (one like this: [url]

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Software :: Need Open Source Tool For License Management

Jun 4, 2009

I need a tool for License Management. It can be for Linux or windows but linux is always preferable

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Software :: Need Open-source Data Protection Management Tool

Nov 19, 2008

Is there a open-source data protection management tool that anyone knows about and/or can recommend?

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Software :: GUI Tool For Configuring Open Source Radeon Drivers

Sep 4, 2010

Last year I had a gui tool for configuring the radeon open source drivers in my old slackware install but now I forgot the name of it. I'm pretty sure it was gtk based and no matter what I type in google I can't seem to find any reference to it. There is a radeontool but that's not it. Anyone know what the name for it was, or something else that provides easy configuring of the open source radeon drivers? I remember it had lots of options to configure including some I've never heard of. Thought it'd be easy to find now since it seemed so officially supported during the time I used it!

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Software :: Open Source SNMP Tool To Use For MySQL Monitoring?

Dec 3, 2010

I am using MySQL version 5.1.47 (64bit) on Centos 5.5 in production environment. I am exploring option to monitor MySQL though SNMP traps. Can anybody please let me know if there is any open source SNMP tool that can be used for MySQL monitoring?

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CentOS 5 :: Download Amaya A Web Authoring Tool (open Source)

May 13, 2009

i was trying to download Amaya a web authoring tool(open source). i tryed to download and install it but it had a error resolving dependency. could not find libexpat.so.1 i tried to find a place to get this but no success yet

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Security :: Open Source Tool To Monitor Network Latency Due To Software / Hardware Firewall?

Feb 10, 2011

Recommend open source tools that can help in figuring out if we are experiencing a network latency due to the newly installed firewall on our server.

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Software :: Open Source Tool For Software Distribution?

Apr 27, 2009

i want to install any software or any updates to several machines on my network from Remote Machine simultaneously.

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Ubuntu :: Good SQL Management Tool

Jan 28, 2010

I was wondering does anyone here know a good SQL management tool for ubuntu? I just want something with a nice GUI that doesn't require much hassle to add remove or even migrate databases.

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Software :: Get Good DNS Management Tool?

Jul 14, 2011

Can anyone recommend a good Linux dns management tool. I'm planning to build a dns server and was wondering what tool I should use.

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OpenSUSE :: Any Good Bi-Directional Synchronization Tool (like Unison)?

Oct 25, 2010

I need a good bi-directional sync. tool like unison, that would work properly over ssh and allow manual decisions and merging if both sides (local&remote) contain changes. unison meets most of my needs, the only drawback is the compatibility - it needs to be installed on both sides, and with the same version. Nowadays it's a bit of a problem, if you have say OS11.3 on one node, SL3 on the other and a MacOS on the third. In my view one only needs the ssh connection, all the rest of the file analysis should be done by the local software. Anyone knows such a tool?

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Ubuntu :: Is 'Sweeper' Good Tool For Cookies Web History?

Jun 8, 2010

Is "Sweeper" a good tool for cookies web history & such?Also, I want to set up personal file sharing for my house & it says I do not have the correct packages installed, but it also doesn't say which packages I need to install.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Need Good LDAP Administration Tool

Feb 11, 2011

Is there any good LDAP-Administration tool ?

I need to setup test accounts and groups.
For that I can test a LDAP-to-DataBase synchronization tool.

Anything with which I can quickly add users /Groups in the directory structure.

I don't care which LDAP-server, as long as it is stable enough to run for 10 minutes.

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General :: Tell Me A Good GUI Based Tool To Secure PHP Code?

Mar 9, 2010

Can any one tell me a good GUI based tool to secure PHP code . i have tried ioncube but its not GUI based on linux

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Fedora Servers :: Open Port Check Tool?

Feb 25, 2009

I tried to see if my port was open but got a message saying Error: I could not see your service on on port (80) Reason: Connection refused could someone us out here

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Fedora :: NTFS - Config Tool Will Not Open And Gives Error

Sep 10, 2009

When logged in as my standard user in Fedora 11 gnome desktop the installed ntfs-config tool will not open and gives an error which says this; "no authentication program found", and to run that ntfs-config as the root in a terminal. So then the only way to open that tool is to type that in a terminal, and it did open, but how can I fix this ? Can this issue be related to ownership and permissions of it ? Also the num lock does not come on during boot up, is there a easy fix for that too ? This is a recent fresh updated install from the DVD with the ext4 file system. All the ntfs-3g applications are installed as default, so I just added that enable ntfs write support tool with the package manager.

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Fedora :: Compiling Open Vm Tool On 13 - Failed On Stage 2 With Error Messages ?

Feb 1, 2011

On compiling open-vm-tools-8.4.2-261024 on Fedora 13 x86_64. When I run make, it failed on stage 2 with these error messages:

I think I have to compile these modules into the kernel.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Non Open Source Downloads To Add?

Oct 11, 2010

Just install 10.10 on a 4 gig flash drive, I like it a lot. Is there one download I can do to add all the non open source programs such as Flash, adobe reader, and such?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Open Source PIM Chandler For 10.10?

Feb 13, 2011

I've read about the open source PIM Chandler and how it's kind of a new twist on software of its kind (although I guess I missed the release by a few years...) and I've been dying to try it out. I've had no success, however. It seems the most recent release is for Jaunty and I'm running Maverick. I guess there are some pretty well entrenched dependency issues. These talk about it: here and here. There doesn't seem to be a solution anywhere.. Does anyone have a potential solution to this? Has anyone even heard of Chandler?

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General :: Good Desktop/application Or Command Line Tool To Show Two Different Timezone Concurrently?

Jul 18, 2011

I want to find a desktop application or command line tool to show two different timezone concurrently under LINUX.

Anyone knows there are such application?

Say i want to know the time at london and USA at the same time. (different time zone)

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Ubuntu :: Open Source Virtual Machine - Study The Source In Order To Create My Own?

Jun 28, 2011

Is there any open source virtual machine so i can study the source in order to create my own? i'm gonna write my own, so it doesNT matter if license does not allow further development of the code.

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Software :: Where Is The Source Codes For The Open Source Drivers For Each Distros

Jan 2, 2009

We all know we can install a linux system such as Fedora 10 and use it. Being linux, one should in principle get the source codes for everything that has been precompiled (except the proprietary drivers such as nvidia) in the installation DVDs/CDs. Where are the source codes ? Is there a place I can download them ?
To avoid confusion, I am not referring to the kernel source that can be compiled to give a linux kernel, but that does not include the drivers, such as intel_drv.so.

To be more specific, the intel graphic i810 driver has been built into any linux system, but where is the exact source? One answer may be that primary source intellinuxgraphics.com. However, if anyone tries to download the every changing (i.e., keep updated almost every single day) driver source codes from freedesktop.org, it is almost certain that the source codes will not be the same as the one that is finalized in Fedora 10.

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Fedora Installation :: Use The Source Dvd To Install The Source Package?

Feb 19, 2010

installed the fedora 12, but dont know how to use the source dvd to install the source package.

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Fedora :: Does Not Support Non Open Source Programs

Oct 15, 2009

Why Fedora doesn't supports non open source programm?

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Ubuntu :: How To See Source Code Of Open Source Software

Sep 12, 2010

I want to see the source code of smplayer software.from where i can see source code of open source softwares?

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Fedora :: Does Fedora Come With Open Source Drivers Installed By Default Too?

Feb 5, 2011

i understand ubuntu comes with opensource ati drivers installed by default?(Correct me if I am wrong)So does Fedora come with open source drivers installed by default too? or do i need to install them as well.I have radeon x700 card...and there is only one game that i would like to play on fedora 14 is Warhammer 4000: Soulstorm (2008 game)Will the open source drivers be enough or do i need to install the proprietary ones...(and is it hard?).

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Debian Installation :: GPU Overheating - ATI Open Source Driver Installed

Jul 17, 2010

First of all I must say that I am new to Debian, but not newbie on Linux. I am the Arch Linux user too, and I managed to solve identical problem on Arch. So, as I want to try Debian I am facing the same problem again. Problem is that my GPU is overheating. I am using Ati open source driver. I installed it following the procedure on Debian wiki. On Arch I solved it with proprietary driver fglrx. I tried the same solution here but it doesn't work. So I am stuck with open source drivers.

The difference between Arch and Debian (fglrx vs. Ati open source) is 10 C degrees. Debian Ati open source is much hotter. And ofc I am facing the low battery life too, because of this. My laptop is using much higher energy consumption with open source driver (almost double). How can I check my energy consumption on Debian? I read about some xorg options. I tried it, but no effect. As I am on Debian testing I am using kernel 2.6.32. Does this kernel supports xorg video energy consumption options?

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