Sep 152008

BeeDiff (beediff) is a program with graphical user interface (GUI) for comparing and merging files. User have the possibilty to work with two text files, each in separate panel. Panels are side by side. All differences of both texts are highlighted in color. Operation buttons (such as merge and remove) are located directly inside the compared texts in appropriate positions. The program is user-friendly, very simple, and efficient.

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Jul 262008

Run levels in UNIX and Linux are the modes or levels of operation in which the operating system functions. There are 7 run levels from Run level 0 to Run level 6.

Different UNIX / Linux operating systems define the operational mode of the run level differently. For instance, in Sun Solaris, Run Level 5 indicates the system is in halt (shutdown & power off) but in openSUSE Linux, it is the fully functional multi-user GUI mode.

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