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Continuing with our series on Emacs, in this article, let’s explore basic buffer navigation, formatting, and help commands. GNU Emacs is the most widely …

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ns-3 is a discrete event network simulator that is primarily used in teaching and research. Over the past few issues of OSFY, we have …

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Dired is a directory editor in GNU Emacs. It opens a buffer containing a list of directories and files to operate on. It is …

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This is the fourth article in the series on ns-3, in which we wade deeper into the subject by concentrating on the installation of …

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The author presents a case for the use of open source software in a contract analysis lab, based on his own experience. This article …

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Ns-2 is a discrete event simulator targeted at networking research. It provides support for simulation of TCP, routing and multicast protocols over wired and …

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Ns-3 is a network simulator for computer network simulation, used mainly for research and educational purposes. This article is the third in the series …

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Here is a tutorial on creating real-time vehicular traffic simulation using SUMO and OpenStreetMap. SUMO stands for Simulation of Urban Mobility. It is designed …

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This article, the last of a four-part series on Scilab, takes a look at LaTeX and syntax highlighting with Scilab. It is aimed at …

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This article offers readers some interesting hacker tips. The tutorial is on upgrading the openSuse 13.2 stock kernel to Linux Kernel 4.x. So go …