return to the directory icedte-web-1.2 and run ./configure --with-jdk-home=/usr/lib/jvm/java-7-openjdk-amd64
please mind to adjust directory above according to the architecture of your PC (it could be i386 or other).
sudo make install
put AUSkey resource jars into jre/lib/ext subdirectory of JDK (e.g. /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-openjdk-amd64/jre/lib/ext in my case).
Please note: if you have these files already installed, you need to remove them if configure fails.
and make alternatives for firefox plugin and Web Start utils:
After the visit I’ve posted a couple videos on Youtube (Google’s video hosting) and some photos in my gallery which specified in my Google Profile.
And after all that Google returns to me all top 10 links in their results about Everglades in Florida, USA. Inspite of I am logged into my Google account, supplied my data to Google (which it obviously has indexed) and sent the request from Sydney, Australia.
Surprisingly, Bing returns the site of the garden on the 3rd place with the site of Everglades Country Club at Woy Woy, NSW, on the 2nd. And apparently it knows nothing about me except my location by IP address.
Ample space to improve for Google in personalisation.
It’s widely known Google is bashing Microsoft with free version of on-line office suite, as well Apple with free Android platform. All that is possible due to a huge leverage of contextual advertisement revenue covering Google’s expenses of free software development.
The contextual advertisement is the cash cow of the Google. All other services and software it gives out for free (almost). Sometimes that free make starving cash cows of other companies, like Microsoft and Apple mentioned above.
Thus, Office suite and Windows are money cows of the Microsoft, not the contextual advertisement. Why doesn’t it give out contextual advertisement for free, at least for clients bought their software or for keywords with minimal bids?
It uses DataparkSearch’s RESTful interface. At first, the idea was to use JSON format for data interchange, but it turned out native JSON parser works slowly in Android. As other parsers were not considered to be included into this project, we created a special search template (strings.htm) which sends “pre-cooked” data to Android client.
Now the main bottleneck is the data interchange itself. Perhaps I need to implement data compression in the RESTful API of DataparkSearch.