IBM Lotus Foundation
Monday, April 26, 2010
Thursday, April 22, 2010
An Open Invitation
8layertech inc. For inquiries, please call us at : (+632) 706-0501 email:email@example.com
You’re in business to serve your customers and make a profit. You have all the ingredients for success: expertise, hard work, and dedicated employees. But in today’s marketplace, you also need solid technology to support your business. Your employees need a way to share files, collaborate, schedule meetings, send and receive e-mail, and access the Internet. Customers will want to look you up online and send you e-mail. And, you’ll want to present a professional image and make good first impressions with your business’ own domain name (mycompany.com) rather than a free email account.
Additionally, you’ll want to have a contingency plan for your critical business data – ensuring you have a backup and disaster recovery plan for occasions when small, or big, issues arise. And you don’t want to have to worry about the security of your information, or managing complex technology.
Having the ability to enable all of these important business components can be a significant differentiator and advantage for a business. IBM Lotus Foundations Start, an offering delivered and supported by your local VAR or systems integrator, provides the technology to do just that.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Today I had the pleasure of reviewing a distro i wanted to check out during its last stable release but I ran out of time. When I saw sourceforge had a new version of KahelOS available for download, I jumped on it. I was excited to try the Arch-based KahelOS on my Dell desktop for several reasons. Just like Arch, KahelOS is on a rolling release schedule and uses Pacman package manager. Also, this version of KahelOS uses Gnome 2.30.0. These all sit well with the goals of what I want my desktop computer to be.
pacman -S binutils make gcc
yaourt -S --noconfirm broadcom-wl
Added this on my /etc/rc.conf on the MODULES section.
lib80211 wl !b43 !ssb
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
1. Telnet into the LFS server and log in as an administrative user.
2. Move to a directory where you can safely store files. For example:
3. Using your favorite Linux text editor, create a file called setallspamactions.pl.
4. Within the file, enter the following code:
echo "usage: $prog
if [ -z "$DEFPROB" -o -z "$ACTION" ]; then
if [ "$DEFPROB" != "definite" -a "$DEFPROB" != "probable" ]; then
if [ "$ACTION" != "Mark" \
-a "$ACTION" != "None" \
-a "$ACTION" != "Move" \
-a "$ACTION" != "Delete" ]; then
for u in /home/*; do
echo -n "$user = "
wv set [$DEFPROB spam action]$user=$ACTION
5. Save the file.
Run the script
1. Before running the script, the permissions associated with the file must be changed so that it may be executable. To do this type:
chmod +x setallspamactions.pl
2. Run the script with the setting you wish to set globally. The syntax for running the script is as follows:
./setallspamactions.pl TYPE ACTION
The options for the TYPE of spam detected are definite and probable and the options for the spam treatment ACTION are Mark, None, Move and Delete. Therefore, adjust the script according to your preference. For example, if you would like to have all definite spam deleted from the server, type:
./setallspamactions.pl definite Delete
If you want to move all probable spam, type:
./setallspamactions.pl probable Move
3. The script shows all user accounts in LFS being modified to use the settings you have just set.
Saturday, April 03, 2010
Let me share a notable portion of my 4th Year Anniversary article and it read:
"At FOUR we know there is More;
More to the essence of growing up and that though growing old is inevitable we got to make use of our time and talents wisely.
More of touching lives and making people discern that IT won't work for them, if they won't even care about IT or their work.
More of giving of who we are through our innovative ways, whether it be solutions or just plainly talking to you about what Open Source Advocacy can do for you or your organization.
More to life than just gadgets and computers, that IT is made up of people (flesh, blood, thinking and feeling), who wants IT to work for you."
The above statements were not just realizations at that time but remains a constant one to remind us and each and every person who have experienced to work with us, be with us and grown with us, what makes our team different from the rest of IT companies.
8layer@Five: A Time to look back at the good times and not so good times.
I so vividly remember how complicated, difficult and strenuous it was to come up to any individual introducing our team and much more talk about Linux and Open Source, then altogether presenting to engage an endeavor with our team. That was then and sources after resources tells us how our technology preference have evolved and continue to be magnanimous. We may have been ahead of our league and this is one link I wish to share as well, http://www.linux-mag.com/cache/7749/1.html.
Now and then the burden really lies on bridging and for the CIO, CTO, IT practitioners and Business owners to imbibe the discipline, value and habit of being able to qualify IT Solutions, Applications and more importantly vendors and partners when employing IT. Further, it is having the effort to understand that if any organization need IT to work with them, they need to work with IT. IT won't work alone for anyone.
My personal stiff and cumbersome challenge, which is most important for 8layer, is to cascade to my fellow 8lien, what 8layer is all about and how do we live to assimilate to become one. That this is a team play, that we are unlike any talent show that one should stand out. That it is not about being a genius all by himself/ herself and that one's talent and intelligence will never be called innovation unless translated and manifested to good, practical and meaningful substance and use. It shouldn't be human nature I refuse to believe, that when one is endowed with talents that are not ordinary, some may feel that he/she is indispensable and then tend to neglect others and be disrespectful. When we start to feel this way, then we lose our sense of being an 8lien, our sense of developing and sharing not for oneself. An 8lien should always remember that we learned Open Source and our knowledge have been enriched because initially there were kind and generous people who were fond of sharing what they know, and if not for them who were ahead of us, then we would know very little or nothing. For on top of all of these, the greater part of being an 8lien is respect and responsibility.
And so at the end of the day, 8layer's Vision and Mission cannot just be simply achieved by extra ordinary people and talents but rather geared by 8layer's Core Strength and Success Factor; etched by ordinary people with extra ordinary commitment and passion.
8layer@Five: A Time to look ahead at our Future.
Through the years, our team, has been blessed to find like-minded partners and companies that have come to recognize the value of collaboration versus quotations and true results over maketing hype. Every year, new friends and partners add up to the roster of our invaluable helping hands, generous hearts and brilliant minds.
For some time we have been sought for by companies and organizations who would want an IT Team who can definitely understand and resolve their IT needs.
This time around, we realize that we should take on the challenge for us to be understood and simply comprehensible; come up with absolutely easy and reliable IT Applications which is timely and for those who discerns the urgent need of migrating to our kind of Service and Technology.
"The Art of Passion largely defines the Art of our Existence", @Five and Alive, 8layer 2010
We give you Five: Gratitude, Passion, Respect, Responsibility and Fun.
So, Gimme Five.