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Akamai run a content distributions system used by major websites to provide fast web response on a global scale. Port 443 is used for HTTPS - the encrypted version of HTTP web-page access. It is quite normal to see a lot of traffic directed through Akamai. It may be that Apple use Akamai for secure distribution of software security updates amongst other ...


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Install the gd package: apt-get install php5-gd php-db php5-mysql Restart the web server: sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart That should do it.


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Something I played around with before landing on Sharepoint for our needs internally (you get a free foundation licence with a Windows SBS 2010 box) was Alfresco. Looked pretty powerful, configurable and probably meets most of your needs outlined in OP. There was a free, open-source community edition which I downloaded and setup on a real lowspec linux ...


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You can simply add Thumbs.db to your .gitignore. This will keep the files in place on your local file system, but Git won't add them, or commit, for that matter.


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It sounds like you don't have the GD extension installed. I don't use Ubuntu any longer, but I think it may be named php5-gd, so you'd need to install that package and restart your webserver and it should then work.


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There are many many options for what you describe. Not sure I'd call that a CMS, but whatever. If you do a search for "php file manager", you'll see what I mean. Here are some examples you could check out: File Thingie (I actually use this one) fileNice (another one I use) PHPfileNavigator2 eXtplorer FILEMANAGER Anyway, explore those, find one you like. ...


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Search for mailing-list softwares, for example Mailman.


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If you are a Windows shop, Sharepoint is you best chance. Otherwise, I would say that you can use SVN.


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Use Google Sites - it's easy to maintain and administer, and if done right, it can perform remarkably well as a simple intranet. You can even create multiple sites, with one site catering for one project, and restricting team members to just that.


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The easiest way is to install the Drupal package included with Fedora: su -c 'yum install drupal' However, I understand there are some differences from the stock version, so for a production installation you will probably want to install the official version manually. But for testing purposes, that should do fine.


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Try JPlayer module. It's for Drupal 7 and this module provides a wrapper around the jPlayer JavaScript library. Also Flowplayer has a good benefits (module provides integration with the GPL licensed Flowplayer for Flash video playback).


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There is a cms module in openerp 8. Not released, but it runs openerp.com. See their blog for details, post about the launch of version 7: http://v6.openerp.com/node/1329


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The GPU must support the new Video Protocol from which is called Graphics Output Protocol (GOP). Disable the fastBoot option in the UEFI firmware to fix it. Now the old VGA loading is enabled.


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You mentioned Git. That is exactly what you are looking for. Git and SVN are designed for source code for programmers, but there is nothing that restricts it to that. At my work our SVN server holds documentation, programs, pictures, etc. At it's core, version control just syncs folders and provides a history of who did what. It really has nothing to do ...


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BitTorrent Sync might scratch your itch. It's a program which can be used to sync folders across a network, a lot like Dropbox. You could use it like this : Download and install BitTorrent Sync on your NAS. Create a sync folder for each project Take note of the "secret" for each sync folder. This is what will allow you to link your workstations to the ...


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There are many: Jekyll, Octopress, Hyde, nanoblogger, Pelican, etc. Which one you use depends on which languages you prefer, which templating systems you prefer, etc. So, try a few out and see what you like most.



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