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today's howtos & stuff:

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  • 10 tools to create your own Linux distribution
  • Changing the GNOME Menu panel in openSUSE back to defaults
  • Fishing Cactus Are porting Their Mojito Engine To GNU/Linux
  • Lubuntu Alpha 2 Released; Gets New Bootsplash, Artwork, File Manager
  • Process management roundup/1
  • Inkscape Class Day 4
  • vi controlling problem
  • Connect to a remote Linux desktop with x11vnc and Gtk VNC
  • CMake vs autotools: poppler
  • Patents biggest threat to free software
  • Buddi – Personal Finance & Budgeting Program for openSUSE
  • QEMU 0.13 To Focus On New Features
  • New GRUB2 Build Brings Official Release Closer

today's this and that...

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  • New 3D Animation Software For Linux Released
  • Banshee and Android Rock Together . . . Or Why Ubuntu Should Drop Rhythmbox
  • Printing in Ubuntu
  • Configure XMMS media player to scrobb tracks on Last.fm
  • Writing great scripts with Python
  • PathScale To Port Nouveau To OpenSolaris
  • A question asked - why I use Linux
  • Install and use xchat to take Ubuntu classes
  • How to Install any Linux on a USB
  • How Linux Differs from Windows
  • Replacing a Dead Router with a Linux System
  • Anatomy of a developer sprint
  • GIMP: Multi-column dock windows and 2.8 schedule
  • Control versus community
  • Alarm Clock – An Excellent Alarm Reminder & Scheduler Application
  • A Windows XP-ish Debian at 120Mhz
  • Minitube 0.9 Released (Desktop, Flashless YouTube player)
  • How to benchmark a C++ code
  • Telling it like it is, the Allison way
  • Nouveau driver with KMS support on Hardened Gentoo

today's leftovers:

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  • Linux for Children: Kid-Friendly Linux Distributions
  • Camp KDE Day Three Technical Talks Summaries
  • Fedora’s social IRC room
  • Debian 4.0 security support ends soon
  • Bordeaux 2.0.0 for Solaris and OpenSolaris arrives (Wine included)
  • Adobe Flash Player 10.1 abides by the host Browser’s “Private Browsing” mode
  • New release of Flickr Addict for the Palm Pre
  • The Debian Adventure, Part 16: Applications
  • Updated GNOME for openSUSE 11.2, and why it's good
  • Lancelot forked
  • Monitor your servers with SysUsage
  • Start-up offering 'Microsoft-free' virtual desktops gets $4 million in funding
  • Linux, the law and the economy
  • Will Clinton Free The World From Software Dictatorship?
  • Meet the GIMP - Episode 132: Cinelerra in Japan!
  • FLOSS Weekly 105: MongoDB
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2010.01.22

today's leftovers:

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  • Essential Skills for Perl 5 Programmers
  • One Step Forward and Two Steps Back
  • Skype for Linux 2.1 Beta 2 adds screen sharing
  • More about Puppy Linux
  • Licensing Woes of Proprietary Software
  • Feature of Ubuntu and Linux
  • Pardus 2009.01
  • Gentoo Series Part I : Past and Present
  • $100 Laptop Project Recruiting Haiti Volunteers
  • About Kaltura’s Plans for Open Source World Domination
  • Leaving Deb-by for openSUSE-ie Part 1
  • Linux deduping is in store next
  • NVClock's Thunderbird To Launch New Project
  • GlaxoSmithKline Using Open Source Principles To Further Drug Research
  • Flex & Bison book review
  • Top 10 Home Distros For 2010
  • Always Innovating Touchbook to Support Android and Ubuntu and More
  • Version 5.20 of the Nmap network scanner arrives
  • Data.gov.uk using Drupal
  • Compiz 0.9.0 Getting Closer
  • Camp KDE 2010 Continues with More Talks
  • BAE Systems uses MontaVista Linux in gun systems
  • Every good thing has an end

today's leftovers:

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  • What Functions Get Used The Most On Linux?
  • Is software freedom a necessity or a distraction when it comes to consumer devices?
  • Ex-JBoss chief attacks Monty's 'dangerous' MySQL crusade
  • Another look at Drupal
  • Size Can Matter: Ramdisk Journal Metadata Performance - Part 2
  • Music jukebox with advanced features for DJs
  • Running Ubuntu on an Active Directory network
  • imgopt – PNG And JPEG Image Optimization
  • Geany's Almost Magical Text-Editing Capabilities
  • QuantZ for Linux
  • Microsoft to Mobile Customers: Choice is a Bad Thing (and Linux will Lose)
  • Ubuntu Showcase Videos are Awesome Adverts
  • BeOS clone Haiku gains KDE applications
  • Open Source Expert Joins CompTIA’s Board
  • Gedit Makes a Great Minimal Note Taker
  • The Importance of Legal Innovation
  • German Gentoo Book
  • Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Your Server with boxinfo
  • Company Offers Free Robots for Open Source Developers
  • Interview with Dries Buytaert on Managing open source projects
  • DtO: Leaving Heirloom

some leftovers:

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  • New KDE Decoration control module
  • Cool hack - html5tube
  • OLPC Sending XO Laptops to Haiti, Critics Say 'Don't Bother'
  • Linux Mint 8 KDE CE Release Candiate Leaked
  • Open-PC Begins to Take Shape
  • Linux laptop orchestra reprograms musical conventions
  • Linux Foundation Announces 2010 Event Schedule
  • 10 reasons why not to use Hotmail
  • Ubuntu Forums Hits 1 Million
  • Sun-Oracle: Death by Bureaucracy
  • openSUSE @ FOSDEM 2010
  • SFLS - Episode 0x1F: Is Mobile Software Freedom Possible?
  • Wicd 1.7 is out now with new features
  • Hardware database in the Mint Community website
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #176
  • Backing up your booty

some odds & ends:

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  • Nautilus Just Got Gorgeous
  • Radio Tray- An online radio streaming player
  • Distro Here & There, But Nary a Good KDE 4 Distro Anywhere?
  • Should Ubuntu include proprietary software?
  • Open Source Helps Earthquake Victims in Haiti
  • IBM Client for Smart Work with Ubuntu support released
  • The Computer Action Show! S02E02
  • Gentoo Prefix: ARM hardware
  • Google, China, and the future of freedom on the global Internet
  • Nokia Booklet 3G review

today's howtos & leftovers:

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  • Linux Disk Space Lost? Use Tune2fs , or use xfs
  • Home print server using CUPS (using X11 or console based only)
  • Graphical Monitor for the Power Consumption of a Laptop in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala
  • How to set up the Canon Pixma MX860 with Fedora
  • Eclipse on Stellarium
  • Remote searching with Beagle
  • XMonad on Ubuntu
  • Blacklisting e-mail addresses using MailScanner
  • Why embedded OS's are like mammals
  • Install Guest additions and run fullscreen mode on VirtualBox Guest OS | Linux
  • How To Customize The Boot Splash Screen & Logo
  • Convert audio files recursively
  • Urgent: Help Shawn Powers & Family
  • DtO: Linux Tech Support - Day 6

today's howtos & stuff:

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  • Get your beat on with the Hydrogen drum machine
  • Labels with PostScript::MailLabels Getting Started
  • How to Add a Custom New Service under xinetd
  • 3 Ways to Quickly Find the Tab You Need (FireFox)
  • Tuning the Linux Kernel’s Completely Fair Scheduler
  • openSUSE – Get the HTTP Proxy setting in Shell
  • xdg-open — opens a file or URL in the user’s preferred application
  • Qt Programming Tip
  • Install Banshee Latest Version in Ubuntu Karmic
  • How to Edit Videos With Avidemux
  • whohas
  • Why Desktop Linux (Still) Sucks to be at Linux Fest Northwest
  • Gource: Open Source visualization of Open Source
  • Open Xange 2010, Released
  • Gentoo LOL

today's leftovers:

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  • The Debian Adventure, Part 14: Configuration Hassles
  • GTK+ made Qt
  • What a Cool App: screenie
  • Cold War at the Eighth KDE PIM Gathering
  • Google Chrome beta review
  • Firefox gets a visit from the future
  • Geek Squad Finally Replaces My Linux-Infested Laptop
  • Newly-Minted
  • The best Linux file system of all?
  • DtO: Linux Tech Support - Day 4
  • fedora-release-rawhide coming to a rawhide near you soon
  • Intel Clarkdale (Core i3) Linux Benchmarks
  • Boxee Beta – The Best Media Center App for Your TV
  • Happy ninth birthday Drupal
  • Asus choosing between Chrome and Android
  • More games with native linux installers
  • Linux: World domination (and jobs) in sight
  • The Free Ubuntu Operating System
  • HU: Open standards made mandatory for public administrations
  • EU: European Parliament restart workgroup on open source software
  • Building a Business Network Using Ubuntu
  • FLOSS Weekly 104: FreeBSDGirl
  • Linux Outlaws 131 - Screw Your Third Dimension!
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