GNU/Linux has grown from being a pet project of a few Free Software enthusiasts to one of the most viable and usable alternatives to proprietary operating systems. It is really amazing to look at this growth and one can but look with awe at the contributions made by countless and sometimes nameless scores of people in the Free Software communities.
We now have Fedora 8 DVD with us. Click here to order your copy of the Fedora 8 DVD using our RequestCD system. Kindly remember that this RequestCD feature is currently only available for users from India. Fedora 8 has been getting rave reviews from across the GNU/Linux user and developer community. A slew of features focusing on the usability of the system has been incorporated into Fedora 8.
We have been getting good response from the Linux community regarding the new RequestCD service that we have started recently. We are happy to inform all the IT@School teachers and students that we will be able to provide you with the software CDs for the current IT@School GNU Linux v3.0 CDs. You can request for the three IT@School GNU Linux CDs using our RequestCD system
We are happy to announce the beta launch of our new public service. You can now request us for any software that is freely available on the internet and which you cannot download on your own because of your bandwidth or time limitations. We will download the software, write the CD/DVD and mail the software to you. As simple as that. The mission of this project is simple - to promote Open Source software among those who have limited internet connectivity. Request your copy of your Favorite Free Software Now
We have added a few new modules to our site recently. Two of these are the StumbleThis module and the DiggThis module. Drupal already had a DiggThis module available for download but there was no StumbleThis module. StumbleUpon has been a popular source of traffic for zyxware.com and we wanted users to have an option to add any of our pages to their StumbleUpon favorites. So we created our own StumbleUpon module.
If your blog supports UTF-8 encoding then it is very easy to write and comment in Malayalam in your blog. This method should also be applicable for any of your sites that support UTF-8. Your website should support storage of UTF-8 characters in your application's database and also you should have a
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
in your pages where you want to read or write Malayalam
We started zyxware with a vision to play an active role in changing the world around us positively. We are happy to announce the pilot mode launch of our first community initiative - Freelance@Zyxware. Through this project we hope to empower the student community technologically and financially.