Malayalam Font

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One of our project requirement was to transfer files from our server to an external storage space. This could be basically done by connecting to the server using SSH or FTP and then transferring files. We initially decided to use the libssh2-php library for creating SSH tunneling with the server and transfer file. Our server was hosted in Acquia server and libssh2-php was not available in Acquia stack. Read on to know how we tackled the problem of file transfer to an external storage space in Acquia environment.
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Setting up Malayalam on Ubuntu or for that matter any other GNU/Linux distribution like Fedora, Mandriva has been progressively getting easier thanks to the wonderful effort of the free software community going by the name "Swathanthra Malayalam Computing" or SMC in short. Most of the patches and tweaks have gone upstream to the OS trunks and most distros are already Malayalam capable. A few minor tweaks are required to set up reading and writing in Malayalam in the latest version of Ubuntu 8.10 - Intrepid Ibex
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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
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Linux has been growing in leaps and bounds in terms of internationalization. Setting up a Linux box for Reading and Writing in Malayalam has become pretty straightforward, thanks to passionate promoters like Peringodan, Cibu and Suresh and the countless others who have contributed through their efforts.