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Welcome, I'm Shantanu Tushar, currently pursuing B.E. in Computer Science And Engineering at B.M.S. College Of Engineering, Bangalore. You'll find here mostly, apart from my personal details, technical stuff that I am able to put on here. Please share your views and comments in the Feedback section.
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  • July 20, 2009, 4:36 pm

    I'm using a Sify broadband connection at home, and I was delighted to see that they had a linux version of the login client. I downloaded and installed it, but it appeared crippled. It crashes frequently, losing net access, and lacks several features present in the Windows client.

    So, I decided to run it on WINE (WINE Is Not An Emulator). The following steps have to be performed for it to work-

     

  • July 17, 2009, 1:42 pm

    Back at home atlast, after long exams. Yippee !!

    Gotta work to done, especially on Plasmate. Diego and Yuen have done excellent work and its time to join them to make Plasmate rock.

    For more information on Plasmate, visit https://www.techbase.kde.org/Projects/Plasma/PlasMate .

  • May 6, 2009, 1:49 pm

    Again, a post after a long time, maybe was concentrating more on writing code ;) So, Mukthi 9.05 (Dunno why they used ubuntu naming conventions :P) was held on 1st and 2nd of May, and it was really fun and rewarding. Well, mostly because I got a chance to give a talk session on Qt Designer (which I later changed to Qt Creator).

  • April 21, 2009, 4:44 pm

  • April 10, 2009, 7:56 pm

    As pointed out on BUG: 187241 , Folder View applet didn't support navigation using the Keyboard keys, and launching using Enter/Return. This greatly reduced the usability of the applet as a replacement for the normal Desktop.

  • March 31, 2009, 4:43 pm

    I never thought I'd be having so much fun with KDE and FOSS Software as a whole. Its such a good way to learn things and contribute to something which is really beautiful.
    In January, I was studying Qt because I found it very interesting, and its cross platform nature really made me to plan serious development.
    Then I started to use KDE, which has a very intuitive interface for users. But here comes the real benefit - KDE is a Free Software, so anyone can contribute to the system and improve on it.

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