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Arabic aspell dictionary based on the Quran text.

As you can see, A real dictionary to be released soon ISA.

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تعلن الإدارة عن تغير نشاط الموقع

... موقع «توب ميلودي» تم غلقه وهو في أقوي حالاته، حيث يبلغ ترتيبه العالمي «٥.٠٧٥» وعدد أعضائه ١٨٠ ألفاً.

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Firefox open/save dialog.

The new one with 1.5 is ANNOYING, Yes I know it's the default gtk one these days but it's crap, slow and evil.

Here's how to disable it and get back the old one

The last post.

In Debian testing it's here:


I even gave it a +i attr so it won't be overwritten when I get a new FF deb.

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Stop FF memory leaks

If you want to disable this feature just follow the following instruction:

  1. type about:config in your address bar
  2. scroll down to browser.sessionhistory.max_total_viewers
  3. set its value to 0 (zero)

Enjoy a less memor

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#eglug user statistics

According to a 9.2MB log file that began on Thurday 29th of July 2004. This file was created by xchat on my home computer, which for sure didn't log every thing said on the channel (downtime etc..). It would be more accurate to use na6oosh's log. I Didn't have time to add alternate nicknames. So phaeron appears to be the number 1 but actually alaa is if you added all his AlaaAccra, AlaaSakia, AlaaOpera etc.. nicknames

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Network programming tutorials...

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وينجو: بديل لسكايب

سكايب ببلاش و الصوت حلو و بيشتغل زي الفل. لية بتوع الجنو لينكس كل شوية يتكلموا عن بدائل للبرامج الي بنحبها ؟

علشان سكايب برنامج غير حر و البروتكول المستخدم مقفول و شركة سكايب بس هي التقدر تستخدمة و طورة. المشكلة أكبر في بند البروتوكول، موضوع أن البرنامج غير حر و غير مفتوح المصدر مقدور عليه، مش أزمة. أنما أسلوب الأتصال و البرتوكول هم المشكلة. تخيل أن مشتركين موبينيل ميعرفوش يكلموا مشتركين فودافون أو العكس.

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Search box fixed.

The search box at the top right of the page was fixed.

Just a report.

Your *friendly* "x-admin",

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Wireless Networking in the Developing World

From the release note:

In almost every village, town, or city in the developing world, there are people who can build just about anything. With the right know-how, this can include wireless networks that connect their community to the Internet. The book addresses what Rob Flickenger, the book's editor and lead author, calls a chicken-and-egg problem: "While much information about building wireless networks can be found on-line, that presents a problem for people in areas with little or no connectivity", said Flickenger from his workshop in Seattle.
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Bad Luck.

I'll bookmark them here so I can close 2 tabs in my browser ;-)

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