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  • Helping others get Fedora
  • E3 Rage Footage
  • Ubuntu’s vmbuilder Script
  • HOWTO: Use Ubuntu Software Center in Mint 9
  • When Linux Isn't Called Linux
  • tch meego
  • GUI toolkit adds OpenGL support
  • Whoops, X.Org Server 1.9 Gets Another RC Today
  • D.C. launches test of open-source online voting, PR
  • eWeek's Fedora 13 Slideshow
  • ThinkGeek's Best Ever Cease and Desist
  • How to Hide Porn in Linux?
  • TinyMe 2010 Acorn RC 1 Review
  • Binary wallpaper with hidden Fedora message
  • SFLS Episode 0x2A: Waiting for Bilski

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  • Ubuntu on TV: The IT Crowd
  • Cute Knight Kingdom For GNU/Linux Released
  • Linux Odyssey 2010 - Logging Software
  • Meet Steve Kowalik
  • Enabling --as-needed, whose task is it?
  • Augmented reality in openSUSE 11.2
  • Boston's Summer of (FOSS) Love
  • Isadora KDE Development Report
  • GRUB 2 boot problems
  • Linux Action Show! s12e06 - Nokia N900 Review

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  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #198
  • Zarafa: And how Linux can finally Conquer the world
  • Linux Tag in Berlin
  • Ubuntu 10.10 sound menu starts to stir to life
  • Qt on Rails v0.1 released. But is it doomed?
  • How to broadcast your desktop on UStream, justin.tv, etc
  • twin, vwm and my imagination

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  • ArchBang shifts to LXDE and other Changes
  • Earnings Look Ahead: In 5 days, Red Hat Releases Its Quarterly Numbers
  • Stunning new Bisigi Themes For Ubuntu

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  • Microsoft, VMware Trade Words Over Novell SUSE Support
  • Chrome OS In Q4 - Is It Time to Bid External Storage Goodbye?
  • Illumination Software Creator 2.0 Ships
  • Element OS - An Ubuntu Based Distro For HTPCs
  • Full Circle Side-Pod #2: A World Cup -free zone
  • My Impressions of the Ubuntu Developer Summit
  • Suicide by victory: more on SCO
  • let’s move that kde source code so it doesn’t get lazy
  • openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 128 is out
  • Lab curves for GIMP
  • Going Linux Jun 18: #105 - Computer America #105

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  • NVIDIA 256.xx Linux Driver Enters RC Phase
  • No One Takes Linux Seriously Until...
  • Two interesting Ubuntu Themes

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  • GNOME Foundation 2010 Elections Results
  • Luckybackup 0.4.1 released
  • GPL'd Linux driver released for MPEG-4 compression card
  • Tracing the Gentoo libpng update mess
  • Debian Project At LSM/RMLL 2010
  • Porn's Lessons on the Plentiful Possibilities of Perl and PHP
  • Tunisian govt. launches FOSS training programme
  • Marave Featured in LinuxUser
  • FreeBSD 8.1-RC1 Available...
  • Editing PDFs On Ubuntu
  • Moonlight 3.0, Preview 7
  • FLOSS Weekly 124: Zenoss

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  • Review: Ubuntu Linux 10.04 – It just works
  • Red Hat Announces Finalists in Fourth Annual Innovation Awards
  • How can the Flexibility of Open Source and the Assurance of Proprietary Software Coexist?
  • Canonical's (Possibly) Excellent Adventure
  • Red Hat's revenue glass ceiling is its own making
  • "Smart Reuse With Open Source"
  • Jolicloud: Ubuntu Linux Touch Screens Meet the Cloud
  • BOSS is Nobody's Boss!
  • Linux User kernel column #88
  • Open source brings new meaning to user-generated content
  • Norwegian Free Software Center Opposes Government Pro-FOSS Policy

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  • Hating KDE4… Again, if only fleetingly
  • Hanako Games GNU/Linux Ports Are Coming
  • VP8 Codec Optimization Update
  • easy to use Lucid-themed conky bar now even easier to use
  • PocketBook 301+ Comfort review
  • Hobbyist kit turns BeagleBoard into a tablet
  • Good bye Microsoft!
  • Linux on a Touchscreen? Try Jolicloud
  • The Search for the Perfect Project Setup
  • 10 great illustrations of Linux humor
  • Illumination Software Creator 2.0 Beta 2
  • _FORTIFY_SOURCE, optimisations, and other details
  • Operation Cleansweep making progress… (updated)
  • Opera 10.6 Beta released
  • Symbian faces 'Titanic' task to go open source – Funambol
  • New Flock Is Simpler, Now Based on Chrome
  • Sabayon Release Name Shuffling (CoreCD/SpinBase/CoreCDX)

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  • KDE and the Masters of the Universe – 2010-06-15
  • OpenCL 1.1 Specification Released
  • Red Hat Summit: Even Microsoft Will Lend a Virtualization Hand
  • 'Appleseed' Open Source Alternative to Facebook Gathers Steam
  • Why Learn Linux at All
  • Red Hat Provides Snapshot Into Red Hat Summit
  • Geek Of The Week: Larry Ellison
  • Java father Gosling backs managed runtime gallop
  • More thoughts on FSF action against Apple over GNU Go
  • FOSS Compliance: What Are the Basics You Must Know?
  • Find a community's cheeseheads when not wearing foam hats
  • How does Ubuntu do it?
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