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[Event] Introduction to Linux & Free Open-Source Software

[Event] Introduction to Linux & Free Open-Source Software

To promote the usage of Linux and Free Software in Mauritius, we collaborated with YouCode to set up an initiation to Linux Workshop. The content of the course was carefully thought to help high and middle schoolers getting started with Linux. The course curriculum is available here: http://cedr.me/ilf-event Details of the Event: Venue: Open UniversityRead more about [Event] Introduction to Linux & Free Open-Source Software[…]

Setting up GitLab with Let’s Encrypt behind NGINX Reverse Proxy

Setting up GitLab with Let’s Encrypt behind NGINX Reverse Proxy

Due to our recent growth in members and the numerous projects on our pipeline, arose the need for us to have a system that manages our projects. So I thought about GitLab, it is mainly a git repository manager that includes other useful functionalities like Continuous Integration, Issue Tracking and most importantly, it allows us to haveRead more about Setting up GitLab with Let’s Encrypt behind NGINX Reverse Proxy[…]

Setting up a local web server on Windows and Linux

Setting up a local web server on Windows and Linux

Those into web development would agree with me that having a local web server set up on your own computer is very useful and essential. Especially if you are using a scripting language  such a PHP, then you’ll definitely need a local  server with the PHP interpreter installed. Secondly, having a local server happens toRead more about Setting up a local web server on Windows and Linux[…]

Why Music Players still play deleted songs through Linux? (Story of the Trash Can)

Why Music Players still play deleted songs through Linux? (Story of the Trash Can)

Yesterday, I thought I was fed up with the songs on my Bluetooth headset’s memory card so it was the time to change them. I keep my music library on my Windows Machine but yesterday I felt a bit lazy to switch-on my PC, so instead I decided to copy the songs from my pendriveRead more about Why Music Players still play deleted songs through Linux? (Story of the Trash Can)[…]

Using Free and Open Source software in Secondary Schools.

Using Free and Open Source software in Secondary Schools.

Weeks ago, the Private Secondary Schools Authority (PSSA) in Mauritius sent a circular to all private schools requesting asking them if they would like to license their non-genuine computers running under the Microsoft Windows Operating System. They are offering to these schools the option to buy the Microsoft Get Genuine Kit from a preferred resellerRead more about Using Free and Open Source software in Secondary Schools.[…]