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today's leftovers:

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  • A New Development Release Of GTK+ 3.0
  • Eeebuntu is now Aurora
  • cdm: Manage desktops from the console
  • Why have you switched to GNU/Linux?
  • Compiz Switch
  • fun with benchmarks
  • iso-localize: Produce official ISOs in your language
  • Audio Recording in Linux: An Introduction [PART 2]
  • ActiveLearning Launches Linux Training in the Philippines
  • make your own custom livecd with novo
  • Linux Outlaws 156 - Blame the Uwe Seeler

today's howtos & leftovers:

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HowTos
  • Finding out whether a script is piped
  • Ubuntu Notifications (osd-notify) Sucks, notifications-daemon Rocks – Exploiting the Goodness with Compiz
  • vtclock: One more console clock can’t hurt
  • sudo X applications on openSUSE
  • Awesome Compiz Skydome images
  • Going Linux 106
  • Pascal Terjan leaving Mandriva for Google
  • Is PowerTop Still Useful For Extending Your Battery Life?
  • Lojban software for Ubuntu
  • Find Which Package owns a File in Linux
  • Replacing OpenSSH server with dropbear
  • Red Eclipse
  • Google uses remote delete to remove Android apps from smartphones
  • GPL: The Google Public License
  • Remove Mono From Your Ubuntu Install

today's leftovers:

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  • Almanah – Application to ease management of a personal diary
  • Compiz 0.9 and GCC 4.5
  • Mandriva pt 2
  • Red Hat Seeking Ways To Avoid Channel Conflict With Service Partners
  • Lunar eclipse set for Saturday Morning
  • The Growing Open-vs.-Proprietary Rift Between Google and Mozilla
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #359 06-23-10
  • Opera Snapshot: Stability, font work, and Geolocation for Linux
  • Is Ubuntu a Realistic Alternative to Mac OS X?

today's leftovers:

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  • Nokia to use Linux for flagship N-series phones
  • Glippy - Simple clipboard manager with image support
  • Low power Linux: wattOS R2 released
  • South Park Tux Wallpaper
  • NVIDIA promotes 256.35 to official release
  • Open source: inalienable right or company prerogative?
  • The Immortality of Open Source Projects
  • Introduction to Unity Launcher
  • Red Hat Linux and its close relationship with Microsoft?
  • New GNOME Foundation Conference Speaker Guidelines
  • Seeks delivers new search engine paradigm
  • Ubuntu: Harder to Use, or Just Harder to Spell?
  • LinuxCrazy Podcast 78 Gentoo Screenshots + IRC Basics
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 2 Episode 11

today's leftovers:

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  • Ubuntu Netbook Edition for ARM gets a video demo
  • HP spins a netbook just for schools
  • Smoke Screens and Linux
  • Linux: the people’s product (linux.com t-shirt)
  • Ultimate Edition gives SourceForge the ultimate compliment
  • Install a scanner in debian (and problem solving in general)
  • Linux's old KDE 3 desktop lives!?
  • Ubuntu Won't Become A Rolling Release Distro
  • First Look: VLC 1.1.0 on Ubuntu 10.04
  • Report: A fifth of Android apps expose private data
  • List: Linux Compatible USB Wireless Adapter (WUSB)
  • kmail’s akonadi migration in opensuse
  • FLOSS Weekly 125: The Lift Web Framework

today's leftovers:

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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

today's leftovers:

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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

today's leftovers:

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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

some shorts:

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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

today's leftovers:

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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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