Openfire is a powerful instant messaging (IM) and chat server that implements the XMPP protocol. This document will guide you through installing Openfire.
Openfire (formerly Wildfire) is a real time collaboration (RTC) server dual-licensed under the Open Source GPL and commercially. It uses the only widely adopted open protocol for instant messaging, XMPP (also called Jabber). Openfire is incredibly easy to setup and administer, but offers rock-solid security and performance.
You can use PHP, which is an HTML preprocessor, to embed scriptable elements directly in an HTML page. PHP is typically used as an alternative to Perl or Python when you develop dynamic Web sites. This article describes how to obtain and install PHP.
Today’s highly competitive business climate dictates thatinformation technology must play a major role in providing organizations an edge over the competition. This requires IT tocontinually decrease costs, improve efficiencies, and provide better business functionalities..
One of the most cost effective ways organizations manageto achieve this is through migrating higher cost and complex UNIX systems and applications to lower cost and highlyintegrated Windows systems, allowing them to quickly build business applications that can keep up with corporate strategyand market changes.
Internet Information Services (IIS)â€”formerly called Internet Information Serverâ€”is a Microsoft-produced set of Internet-based services for servers using Microsoft Windows. It is the world’s second most popular web server in terms of overall websites, behind Apache HTTP Server. As of June 2008 it served 35.39% of all websites according to Netcraft. The servers currently include FTP, SMTP, NNTP, and HTTP/HTTPS.
The SmoothWall GPL project was founded in the summer of 2000 by Lawrence Manning (Principle Code Author) and Richard Morrell (Project Manager). Their goal was to create a Linux distribution that could convert a redundant PC into a hardened internet firewall device. With help from other early contributors; John Faulty and Tom Ellils, the first SmoothWall Firewall was posted to sourceforge.net at the end of August 2000.
The project was immediately popular and grew rapidly. Within weeks, thousand of copies had been downloaded and SmoothWall was appearing regularly on magazine cover CDs in the UK and overseas. Many more developers joined the team and new versions were released almost weekly, incorporating new features based on software contributions from all round the world.
VirtualBox is a general-purpose full virtualizer for x86 hardware. Targeted at server, desktop and embedded use, it is now the only professional-quality virtualization solution that is also Open Source Software.
As VirtualBox is a cross platform project, we use a cross platform build system meaning that there won’t be any Visual C++ project files that you can open and just build. Instead, you have to follow these steps but they aren’t overly difficult.
Building VirtualBox on Windows 2000 should work fine except for one or two missing runtime DLLs that are required by tools or libraries in the VirtualBox build. It is very likely that these DLLs are already installed on your computer by some other program, so you might not even notice.
xVM VirtualBox enables desktop or laptop PCs running the Windows, Linux, Mac or Solaris operating systems to run multiple, different operating systems side-by-side, switching between them with just a click of the mouse. This allows software developers to more easily build multi-tier or cross-platform applications, or power-users to take advantage of applications that may not be available for their base operating system of choice.
IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) delivers television programming to households via a broadband connection using Internet protocols. It requires a subscription and IPTV set-top box, and offers key advantages over existing TV cable and satellite technologies. IPTV is typically bundled with other services like Video on Demand (VOD), voice over IP (VOIP) or digital phone, and Web access, collectively referred to as Triple Play.
A Secure Digital (SD) memory card is a portable flash memory chip used in devices like digital cameras, cellular phones, and audio players. The SD memory card is about the size of a postage stamp and comes in various capacities and transfer speeds. Generally speaking, the greater the capacity of the SD memory card, the faster the transfer speed.
A barcode is a series of lines and numbers used to record information about an item. For example, a product bar code found in a supermarket on a can of chicken noodle soup might contain the manufacturer lot number for the can, which also tells the user when this can of soup was produced. It might also dictate the item code that tells the user which item has been selected. Barcodes can also include the price of the item, as would be the case for the chicken noodle soup, allowing the cash register to scan the barcode and record the price of the item. This also serves as an inventory tracking mechanism for the soup, when the item is scanned by the cashier, these units can be removed from inventory.
It is always best to follow manufacturerâ€™s suggestions for product care, but generally it is safe to clean an LCD screen using a very soft, 100% cotton cloth, and a mixture of distilled water and clear vinegar. If you prefer buying ready-made products, LCD cleaners are available from electronics shops in spray bottles.
SDHC (Secure Digital High-Capacity) cards are flash memory cards with a minimum capacity of 4GB (gigabytes). SDHC cards provide removable memory for compatible digital devices including cameras, camcorders, PDAs, MP3 players and more