The free/busy information is a set of busy time intervals. 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 event titles, descriptions or attendees. In other words, the free/busy information is the availability schedule
If you try to access an & FTP; site that does not need a proper username or password but which is too busy to accept any more connections, & konqueror; often interprets the busy message as a request for a name and password and will therefore pop up a dialog box asking you to supply them
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
Web Presence allows you to publicize your & im; presence on the Web. Give it the path to a file on an & FTP; server (for example), and it will upload a short piece of & HTML; to that file, which you can include in your homepage. & kde; 's network transparency makes this simple. Useful for bloggers to make friends with, or you could use it to use & im; in your business
វត្តមានតំបន់បណ្ដាញអនុញ្ញាតឲ្យអ្នកធ្វើឲ្យវត្តមាន IM របស់អ្នកជាសាធារណៈនៅលើតំបន់បណ្ដាញ & ‧; ។ ផ្ដល់ផ្លូវឲ្យវាទៅឯកសារនៅលើម៉ាស៊ីនបម្រើ FTP (ឧទាហរណ៍) ហើយវានឹងផ្ទុកឡើងកំណាត់ខ្លីនៃ HTML ទៅឯកសារនោះ ដែលអ្នកអាចរួមបញ្ចូលក្នុងគេហទំព័ររបស់អ្នក & ‧; ។ តម្លាភាបបណ្ដាញរបស់ KDE ធ្វើឲ្យនេះកាន់តែធម្មតា & ‧; ។ មានប្រយោជន៍សម្រាប់ blogger ដើម្បីបង្កើតមិត្តភក្តិ ឬអ្នកអាចប្រើវាដើម្បីប្រើ IM នៅក្នុងពាណិជ្ជកម្មរបស់អ្នក & ‧; ។
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