Pls forward this to the candidates who are looking for the opprtunities.
Right now the immediate requirement is for PHP candidates.
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Here are Our requirements
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a. PHP , MYSQL , PERL, PEER DB,LINUX
2. Sr Software Engineer (7 Positions each , 2 - 5 Year - 2.5 Lac - 5 lac )
a. PHP , MYSQL , PERL, PEER DB,LINUX
b. Oracle 8i,SMARTY
c. Remote Server Administration
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On Wed, 26 Oct 2005 Abhishek Daga wrote :
>--- Devdas Bhagat <devdas(a)dvb.homelinux.org> wrote:
> > On 26/10/05 14:00 +0530, Yash Shah wrote:
> > > I want the list of ISP in Vile-Parle(e), Nehru road. Because the HAthway
> > > guys are charging too much and so want to change.
> > Perhaps you need to ask them about their freeway plan. 256 kbps down, 64 kbps
> > up, no download caps.
> > Devdas Bhagat
>Thanks to Rony, I have finally cancelled my internet only dialup from MTNL.
>But now this means i dont have a backup system.
>hathway seems to be either out of business or too busy. And the rates on their
>sites are very high so i suspect they have not updated their site.
>anyone has hathway numbers? No one is picking up the number on the site.
>Already have tataindicom so want a different ISP as backup.
My personal exp. Hathway sucks.
Bad speed, bad support, bad presales everything bad.
my mouse is an iBall Black-Cat.. it has a left click, right click, back,
forward, vertical and horizontal scroll.. i'm using FC2.. i installed the
evdev module and got my horiziontal and vertical scroll to work but the back
and forward buttons are not working.. in xev the back button is mapped to
button 9 and the forward button to button 10.. i created the .xbindkbdsrc
file in my home folder to map the buttons but it is still not working..
anyone knows how to get the buttons working?? i need the back button mapped
to Alt+L and the forward button to Alt+R..
I am planning to use 2 WAP11 boxes (linksys wireless access points) that have
bridging capabilities, allowing it to bounce signals and act as a repeater.
Has anyone tried this successfully and what were the limitations in terms of
There are 2 applications:
1) Internet, so even 11 MBPS speed will be fine.
2) Using an application such as Client-Server Tally. Clearly 11 MBPS can be the
bottle neck here. But the g versions at 54 will have lesser range. Is that true?
3) Now as we move from Router-AP-Switch devices towards the Access Points with
bridging capabilities, how is it going to compromise the security when not having
a firewall in place as the wireless routers provided this?
4) Which of these setups are possible?
____ denotes wired link.
---- denotes wireless.
Router in question is entry level netgear or linksys without bridging.
5) Has anyone tried signal boosters and how good are they?
While the signal booster costs a LOT (if available) it saves the hassles of
WAP1-Wap2-Router setup or even WAP1-WAP2-USB Adapter.
6) Can anyone point to a good signal booster that will go over 2 concrete walls
and total distance 50 feet and work with netgear/linksys entry level
router+Access points? Costs?
Ignorance is Strength.
What you don't know cannot hurt you.
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i am doin a project on linux clusters at TIFR. the project requires us to
simulate 8 nodes on a single node and do this for 9 different nodes and thus
having a cluster of 72 nodes. these simulated nodes should behave as if they
are connected via network(ie-having ip address and all). our guide told us
something about either using user mode linux or use kernel threads.. tried
googling it but failed to find anything useful enough... can anyone explain
user mode linux and how it can be used for the above mentioned purpose? also
any sources for reading abt it are most welcome..thx
The network is the computer...
Printing subsystem always baffles me. Printing in windows is very
intuitive and easy. If I fire print job and if print cord is not
connected to printer or printer is offline print spooler flashes
warning within few seconds. But in Linux once print job is fired it is
lost in black hole. Even if printer is offline or printer is not
connected print spooler doesn't inform about it. I have tired lpd,
lprng and CUPS all are more or less same. I wonder printing is so
flaky in Linux?
Included below is a letter one of my clients wrote to orange..
I thought it would be worth a read so I've included the excerpts of the leter...
Subject: ATTN: KAMAL BAJWA, VICE PRESIDENT, CUSTOMER CARE
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2005 10:34:11 +0530
Dear Kamal ji,
Compliments of the season to you and wish you are fine and in high
spirits as usual.
I have one serious issue - Your new "my orange" pages do not work on
all All browsers as earlier.. WHY ONLY ON EXPLORER !!!
Kamal jee, In our office we all have been working on a linux platform
since 2 years and believe me , we have forgotton what is the dreaded
blue screen, what a crash and believe that a virus is only meant for
living creatures - Thats a beauty of a linux user and the os is just
right. If you could check - all major banks and a majority of servers
all over the world use linux to run them !
But sadly, With your new up gradations, by not allowing a "log in" for
linux users you have grossly hurt all our worldwide group ( LUG -
Linux users group ) and also eventually where every one upgrades the
site sot hat it opens in multiple browsers, you have have downgraded
IT DOES NOT WORK ON MOZILLA FIREFOX AND EVEN DOES NOT OPEN IN
KONQUEROR!! WHY????? IT USED TO WORK EARLIER BEFORE YOUR SO CALLED NEW
Why have you not got it checked to even work for Linux user ??
Revert - Request for no automated cut paste replies - but with a
solid, concrete plan that you are serious to do so. Will be grateful
and obliged if your could please contact your web site engineers and
get this issue resolved on a war footing.