So you have heard the rumors. Or you have seen the screenshots. And you are dying to get hold of & kde;. But you know next to nothing about this whole alternative OS business. Do n't worry! You only need to do some (well, maybe not some) reading, that 's all!
If you have access to a Novell GroupWise Server (version ‧ or later), add this resource in order to be able to to save (and load) events, free/busy information and to-dos to the server. To add the resource, you will need to know the server & URL;, your user name and your password. There is support for storage of contacts, so you may want to configure & kaddressbook; resource
Above all, use common courtesy. & kde; users and developers are usually volunteering their time out of an already very busy schedule, and like to know that you are appreciating that they are helping you for free. Be polite, say please and thank you and try to be pleasant and friendly
Without further delay, let 's get down to the business of being cool. First, pop in the CD you want to rip (obviously!). Next, fire up a & konqueror; window and open the Services tab on the Navigation panel. The Navigation panel sits on the left side of the window, as shown in the screenshot below. If it 's not visible, you can produce it out of thin air by pressing the magic F‧ key
The free/busy information represents an availability schedule. By presenting the intervals when one already has previous commitments, others can avoid arranging appointments for these periods. Note that only the times are published, not the events, reasons or attendees
This tab shows the free/busy schedule chart on the right, where each line represents one of the attendees, listed on the left. The marked areas on the chart represent the time already taken by other events, unmarked areas represent time free from other events. The free/busy information is only available if the attendee publishes his free/busy schedule, and if & korganizer; is correctly configured to retrieve it. For more information about configuring & korganizer; to publish and retrieve free/busy information, please check the. Double-clicking on an attendee entry in the list will allow you to enter the location of their free/busy information
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