Quick tutorial - installing Flash Player on Fedora 7

Let's face it - the web is a less fun place without Flash. There are plenty of sites that make use of it, and while we have projects to build a free implementation, it's not quite there yet.

So here, I'm going to try and show you how install Flash Player on Fedora 7 as quickly as possible. The process should be pretty simple, but does require use ...

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KAlarm

Remembering things. It's something that a lot of us aren't all that good at, without having something to trigger us.

KAlarm is an application which is designed to allow you to set certain things to happen at certain times. If that sounds a bit vague, let me borrow some text from the official site:

KAlarm is a personal alarm message, command and email scheduler. It provides a graphical ...

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Using ffmpeg to convert to MP3

Now we all know we should be using free and open formats like Vorbis for our audio, right? Yeah. Unfortunately, sometimes we are restricted by what some devices will support.

If you've got some tracks in Vorbis, WAV or another format and you want to convert it to MP3 format. Now you can use the open source MP3 library LAME, but it doesn't support quite as many input ...

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Basic C++ Tutorial

We'd like to give our new category, Programming, a bit of love. So, we're going to have some C++ tutorials from the ground-up, starting with your classic Hello World.

This tutorial should work on any system with a C++ compiler. For Windows, try Dev-C++. Ubuntu and Debian users, install the package build-essential. Fire up your text editor or IDE and let's get going. The rest of this ...

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