At the time of writing this openconnect in Ubuntu 12.10 have a bug, that disconnects the client from the VPN.
There is an issue for it: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openconnect/+bug/1072328
And a solution from Michael R. Crusoe.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:misterc/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
Thanks to new members on the H4E team a new release could be downloaded from update site or Eclipse Marketplace.
The project is hosted under Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/hunspell4eclipse/
Eclipse Marketplace: http://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/hunspell4eclipse-0
It is known to work with almost any variation of Eclipse – OS – HW out there.
Have fun with it.
Yesterday Ganymede arrieved. Fresh new Eclipse 3.4 and a tons of plugins as usually.
Some nice new features, feels like a bit faster. But! P2, the new “update system”… grrr. Okay, the old one was bad, I know. But it did work. It took me usually about 30 minutes to assemble an eclipse-jee with AJDT, subversive, q4e, mylyn exts and to import some of my workspaces. Today, with Ganymede and P2 it took me about 4 hours. Ouch. And I still do not have AJDT, and no dependency viewer from q4e.
I hope this will stabilize, and that this will pay off…
Lots of software companies does not Open Source their software. It is a bad practice, and a waste of money. Open Souring your software has a real good ROI.
This article is first of all for business people leading software companies, or for those who pay for software development. Actually for all those who are decision makers. On the other side I hope it will be interesting for software architects, developers too.
This is not mean to be an in-depth analysis or an article about sheer numbers, charts and stuff. It’s just few thoughts and examples from the real world.