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What iss Lov ?

Its been quite sometime that I haven’t posted here on my blog … Its not that I don’t think of writing or I care if anyone’s reading my posts or not … But the problem lies somewhere else … Almost everyday I open my blogging account , click on the write post link and as I am about to start typing I realise that I dont have anything to write about … And even if I have anything to write about I feel that its not worth writing here … This has become almost a routine activity nowdays … And steadily my desire to blog has been diminishing … Perhaps I should take sometime off blogging and when I feel that I have enough content worth writing , probably then I will start posting again … for the meantime, here's what's been eating my head. What is love? Its not really easy to put up in words but there will surely be instances in your life when you really have that extraordinary feelings for somebody, feelings that aren't easy to express, situations neither you or sh

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iCode : Do You Love Coding As Much As We Do ? for a demo : visit : iCode is a GIT hosting facility, with custom administration tool and web interface. Thus iCode is much much ahead of being just a normal git server. I assume you have a decent knowledge of what GIT and version control is. In case you don't, here's the resource. Now, moving ahead. Every Git clone is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full revision tracking capabilities, not dependent on network access or a central server. Branching and merging are fast and easy to do. Pre-Installation Before starting, make sure that: 1. You already have a Ubuntu 9.04 installed on your server. 2. You have a working internet connection. The following instructions will guide you on how to set up and run a fully managed iCode for projects using git on your server. We assume a setup of 2 Computers. The SERVER and the MANAGER. On the SERVER 1. sudo apt-get in