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Story Linux Australia suffers another data leak Rianne Schestowitz 22/11/2015 - 8:43am
Story CrossOver, Wine RC, and a Final Release in 2015 Roy Schestowitz 22/11/2015 - 3:48am
Story Knoppix 7.6 Now Available Roy Schestowitz 22/11/2015 - 3:06am
Story Today in Techrights Roy Schestowitz 22/11/2015 - 2:50am
Story Leftovers: OSS Roy Schestowitz 21/11/2015 - 5:31pm
Story today's howtos Roy Schestowitz 21/11/2015 - 4:34pm
Story Mesa/Graphics Roy Schestowitz 21/11/2015 - 4:30pm
Story LinuxG on Ubuntu, Mint Roy Schestowitz 21/11/2015 - 4:21pm
Story Leftovers: KDE Roy Schestowitz 21/11/2015 - 4:19pm
Story Nouveau Kepler Re-Clocking Is Working A Lot Better On Linux 4.4 Roy Schestowitz 21/11/2015 - 3:56pm

5 Things I Hate Most About Linux

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Linux

lockergnome.com: The GNU/Linux computer operating system created through the sewing of miscellaneous Richard Stallman body parts around Linus Torvalds‘ heart is not perfect. Here’s a list of my 5 top pet peeves:

KDE 4.6 review

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KDE

intosimple.blogspot: I was eagerly awaiting for kde 4.6 because I would be able to remove hal from my system after installeing it. So, as soon as kde 4.6 was available on Arch linux repositories, I got it installed.

Bodhi Linux: Enlightened Ubuntu

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Linux

ghacks.net: If you’ve followed me long enough, you know I have a soft spot for the Enlightenment desktop. You will find many distributions dedicated to Enlightenment. One of those is the new Bodhi Linux.

quora answer #2: drm in webm

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Moz/FF
  • quora answer #2: drm in webm
  • Mozilla font rendering fix
  • Firefox Extension Options Menu Add-On

Activities – A change in workflow?

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KDE

hanschen.org: I often explained activities as ‘similar to virtual desktops, which are groups of windows, but instead activities are groups of desktop widgets’. However, in 4.6 they have evolved past this stage – now windows are also associated with activities. Therefore I wanted to write a blog post about the current state of activities.

What an office suite should look like

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LibO
Software
OOo

dedoimedo.com: In between Web apps, which tend to be minimalistic, children-oriented stripped-down versions of popular programs and massively decorated KDE-centric office suites, which probably represents the far end of the spectrum, the common user will have a tough time choosing the best program for writing documents and presenting stuff. But making the right choice for your favorite software is only the beginning of the problem.

Beyond FUDCon: Faces, Features and Future of Fedora

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Linux

linux-magazine.com: The North American Fedora User and Developer Conference (FUDCon) was held on Arizona State University campus in Tempe Arizona from January 29 -31, 2011 and proved to be the largest FUDCon to date with over 200 people pre-registered to attend and final attendance numbers estimated around 175 people.

Does The Document Foundation Support OOXML?

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LibO

linuxjournal.com: Soon after the release of LibreOffice 3.3, the Steering Committee posted their position on OOXML support in LibreOffice. Some of those that have tested the LibreOffice office suite knows that they can open and save in Microsoft Office formats. So, The Document Foundation supports OOXML then?

Linux 2.6.37: Scalability Improvements Abound

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Linux

linux-mag.com: While 2.6.37 might be considered a quiet release, there are some very nice scalability improvements for file systems and one cool new feature that warrant a review.

Finding the Fastest Filesystem, 2011 Edition

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Linux

mindplusplus.wordpress: In my previous report about journaling filesystem benchmarking using dbench, I observed that a properly-tuned system using XFS, with the deadline I/O scheduler, beat both Linux’s ext3 and IBM’s JFS. A lot has changed in the three years since I posted that report.

Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2 Screenshots

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Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2 Released - Overview and Screenshots
  • Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2 Review, Screenshots

Unigine OilRush Drills Closer To Release

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Gaming

phoronix.com: While Unigine Corp has yet to provide any public beta of its forthcoming OilRush strategy game or to even begin the pre-order process for interested Windows and Linux gamers, following our exclusive preview of Unigine OilRush back in December using an early development build available to Unigine Corp partners, we now have an updated build.

Hosting Multiple SSL Web Sites On One IP With Apache 2.2 & GnuTLS (Debian Lenny)

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HowTos

This tutorial describes how you can host multiple SSL-encrypted web sites (HTTPS) on one IP address with Apache 2.2 and GnuTLS on a Debian Lenny server.

today's leftovers:

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News
  • A Major Open-Source ATI Linux Driver Update
  • Drupal goes print: Drupal Watchdog
  • Quake Live February Content Update
  • Red Hat Inc. CEO & President James M Whitehurst Sells 4,902 Shares
  • openSUSE Tumbleweed status for the week of Feburary 3
  • OpenDungeons Progress
  • Is the Linux Desktop Distribution war over?
  • New resize borders in Unity/Compiz
  • FlashVideoReplacer Continues To Improve
  • MegaGlest 3.4.0 Released
  • Open Source Procurement: Copyrights
  • New: OOo-DEV 3.x Developer Snapshot
  • Double Commander - Cross platform open source file manager
  • digiKam Tricks 1.7 Released
  • IPv4 Will Go On For Twenty Years
  • 4th International Free and Open Source Software Law Review
  • Announcing Project Bossanova
  • AskUbuntu has Gone through the 10,000 Users Threshold
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 388
  • FLOSS Weekly 151: The Pylons Project
  • Linux Outlaws 190 - Special: MeeGo

some howtos:

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HowTos
  • More About Networking, Part 3: Network Protection
  • Bash as CGI
  • Manipulate images with ImageMagick
  • Create Your Own Quick Calculator Function for the Terminal
  • How to secure your Wi-Fi devices and personal data
  • Command Substitution in a Bash Shell Script
  • How to Autostart a program at bootup in ubuntu
  • Proxmox VE - An Open Source virtualization platform
  • Pytask: A Simple Task Management Tool For Your Desktop

Where's My Mageia ISO?

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Linux

ostatic.com: Last we heard from the Mageia project we were told to expect a test release by the end of January. Well, here it is February, where's our test release? What's going on?

People behind Debian: Mike Hommey, Firefox/Iceweasel maintainer

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Linux
Interviews

raphaelhertzog.com: For as long as I have known Mike, he’s been maintaining one of the largest (and most widely used) package: Iceweasel, Debian’s default web browser. It’s effectively Mozilla’s Firefox although it has been renamed to avoid some rules enforced by Mozilla’s trademark policy. But we might see Firefox back in Debian… read on to know Mike’s plans.

A Single Packager to Rule Them All

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Software
  • A Single Packager to Rule Them All
  • A single fear to ruin them all…

Crunchbang Statler Review

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Linux

raiden.net: A few Years ago, I was given an old amd 800mghz machine which was deemed to “slow” to run xp with service pack 3. I tried a few distro’s on it and had settled with Wolvix. But shortly after that, a new distro with a weird name,”#! crunchbang”, was introduced on distrowatch.

DOJ Asks Novell *and Microsoft* for More Information Regarding the Patent Sale

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SUSE

groklaw.net: Novell reveals in an SEC filing today supplementing its proxy statement that the US Department of Justice has sent it and Microsoft a "second request" for more information regarding the proposed sale of patents to the Microsoft-organized consortium CPTN:

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