"libkqueue is a userspace implementation of the kqueue(2) kernel event
notification mechanism. Initial efforts are focused on porting to the
Linux 2.6 kernel"
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On 03/30/2011 07:23 PM, Navdeep Singh Sidhu wrote:
> Respected Sir/Madam,
> This is to request you that we the students of Guru Nanak Dev
> University,Amritsar are pursuing a linux club/group in the Department
> of Computer Science and Engineering. We being a students' society does
> not posess many rersources whether financially or technically. We
> request you to please help us in making our research the best in every
> possible aspect.We will look forward for your technical and resource
> assistance as much as possible.
> Navdeep Singh, Co-ordinator
> The Linux Research group
> Department of computer science & engineering
> Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
We were invited to present a talk / seminar of 2 hours on Network
Administration with Linux.
There were around 55 student present.
It was it Nirma University Diploma students.
It was very good interactive session.
We had demonstrated some live monitoring commands like iptraf, tcpdump,
netstat, top, MRTG etc.
It was presented with Fedora 14.
Thanks to Department of Dimploma, Nirma University.
My self and Mr. Sham Arsiwala conducted the seminar.
Thanks to All faculty shown their interest in Open soruce.
Thanks and Regards.
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Just a heads up for anyone not reading devel-announce list or missed the
implication of the announcement. A recent change was announced in
Instead of having to submit your own package for review and prove your
expertise by reviewing other packages and so on, there is a easier way
now. You can become a co-maintainer by agreeing to be mentored by any
existing package maintainer and one of the sponsors will sponsor you
based on this agreement to work together. I tried this method and
recently Christopher Smart became a co-maintainer to deja-dup and pushed
a few updates already via this method (afaik the first person to do
so). It took only two or three days of discussions (admittedly a lot
of them) for the whole process.
All of the existing Fedora package maintainers, interested in getting
people to participate can follow the recently documented policy and I
would be happy to mentor anyone interested as well.
I've seen quite a bit of buzz around gnome asia 2011 being held in
Bangalore. I haven't seen anything here on the list though. Do we plan a
fedora presence here?
I just came across a blog  that mentioned about the off-line
dictionary setup in Ubuntu. I tried doing similar in Fedora but failed.
So the point for which I'm here looking for help is that though I've
been able to 'yum install wordnet dictd', and I'm able to query wordnet
 in its graphical window using
but when i'm trying to start my local dict daemon so as to map wordnet
under gnome-dictionary its fails simply saying that 'no dictionaries
$ sudo service dictd restart
Shutting down dictd: [FAILED]
Starting dictd: no dictionaries installed [FAILED]
I have googled a bit but have not been able to find a solution. Also
came across  but that to didn't helped as the server is not coming
up. Though the client side of dict is working for me .
Any help that makes this work would be great.
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