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OpenERP release 7.0: Not just an update

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OpenERP release 7.0, which just came out, shows some real advantages in terms of accessibility. By refining the website, OpenERP wants to prove that the new release is not merely an update but a new product with a new mind-set. The new features Indeed, the ERP’s web interface is now purified and simplified to match the fashions. Today’s user interfaces are intended to be as simple and as designed as possible. The new web interface…

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Boot sequence for all Linux-based operating systems

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In this bog posting, I will present a boot sequence that works for all Linux-based operating systems – from switching on the power to the login screen.   7 steps There are 7 steps for Linux startup: Power on Obviously, first of all, you have to switch on your computer, then: Each sub process will execute the following one It is the same process for all Linux distributions Close to BSD and Unix style from…

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Ceylon: a new language inspired from Java

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On 26 February I went to the University of Bern with my colleague Arnaud Berbier to follow an introductory conference on Ceylon, a new language inspired from Java. Unfortunately not presented by Gavin King, the leading developer of Ceylon at Red Hat, the project still was well introduced by Stéphane Epardaud. He is a long-time open source user and contributor, who is now working on the Ceylon compiler: “Because if you’re not writing a compiler…

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