I've been using KOrganizer from the kdepim package for a couple years
now to store my appointments and todo lists, but I've recently been
having issues with the timezone not being applied, causing all
appointment times to be shifted into the future. The Configure Time &
Date option does nothing at all, and the Configure KOrganizer dialog
is an Empty Page (it literally says "Empty Page" on it!).
Since I'd rather not be without my calendar for long, does anyone have
any recommendations for a replacement program that can read the files
made by KOrganizer? I gather that it uses a standard file format
Stratus Technologies has several openings in the Linux
development group in Maynard MA. One job is already
posted on www.stratus.com. The other two should be
on the web site within a week.
We develop and support a fault tolerant version of Linux
on Stratus' fault tolerant Intel architecture hardware.
This work involves PCI hot-plug support (surprise removal
of devices), bug fixing and hardening of Linux drivers to
make them fault tolerant, and additions to Stratus' user
mode monitoring and diagnosis capabilities.
Robert N. Evans
Maynard, MA 01754
Now, who here has tested a dual layer writer + media on linux?
From: wlug-bounces(a)mail.wlug.org [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of Mike Frysinger
Sent: Monday, January 02, 2006 1:49 PM
Subject: Re: [Wlug] DVD writer...
On Monday 02 January 2006 08:52, Keller, Tim wrote:
> I'm in the market to buy a DVD writer.
> Anybody have any recommendations for drives to look for or avoid?
ive always had good luck with Plextor drives, and atm i have two:
Plextor DVDR PX-708A
work great with k3b / dvd+rw-tools
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