Muhammad Rivai

Mozilla Prism Proxy Setting

In previous post, I talked about Mozilla Prism, one of the Mozilla product (beta version) that provided an easy way to run your web application from desktop. This means that you can take any web site that you currently visit a lot, and place it in its own process, and you can launch it like…

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OpenSUSE 10.3 LiveCD is Now Available

OpenSUSE team today announced the live version of OpenSUSE 10.3. The LiveCD is available with GNOME and KDE desktop manager. It has no different with standard KDE or Gnome CD, just provided LiveCD capability and the option to install into system. I’ve tried the LiveCD when it launched as alpha and beta version. In alpha…

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Bulletproof Serendipity Template Framework

Serendipity ver 1.2 has been launched about 1 month ago. I’ve applied this version in my personal blogs and quite satisfied with the template. Serendipity v 1.2 proposed new Serendipity default template, Bulletproof. It seems that this templates give more flexibility both to user and template designer. There’s a nice features to users with the…

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Installing VMWare Ver 5.5 .X on OpenSUSE 10.3

After upgrading my OpenSUSE 10.2 into OpenSUSE 10.3, I tried to completing the software in new system, such as Netbeans IDE for Java Application and VMWare Workstation for environment testing. I usually used VMWare for simulation purposes. It looks like so many people getting problems with VMWare ver 5.5.X on OpenSUSE 10.3. The problem occured…

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Installing OpenSUSE from Windows

Do you want to upgrade your Windows into OpenSUSE ? Installing OpenSUSE into existing Windows system without changes BIOS start up ? Well, OpenSUSE 10.3 has been launched on October 04, 2007 with so many nice feature, one of the nice feature is Instlux. Instlux will helped you to upgrade your windows to openSUSE with…

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