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  • Compiz cube and your icons
  • BAR - Backup archiver program
  • Bursting with reports to deliver? Here’s a tool for you
  • Lucid Lynx beta boasts social networking features
  • Open source finds its way into CFD trading
  • The Difficulties of Unwritten Community Standards
  • XtreemOS 2.1: Linux for the Grid
  • Saint Tim Berners-Lee
  • How a Couple of ex-Microsoft Guys Built An Open Source Powerhouse
  • OData Client goes Open Source
  • muscle memory
  • Going Linux - Mar 22: #097 - Linux and Cloud Computing
  • redirect requests to domain names without www to www.domain.tld
  • Radeon 3D Performance: Gallium3D vs. Classic Mesa
  • New brush in Krita: Softbrush
  • UK government’s open source commitment words not deeds
  • Tim Berners Lee gets $30 million for web studies
  • Five Must-Have Chrome Extensions
  • Red Hat Inc. Call Buying Spikes Ahead of Earnings
  • Demand grows for SQL and Linux skills
  • Need for Open Source Developers Continues to Increase

today's leftovers & howtos:

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HowTos
  • Compiz Fusion Status Update
  • 5 Open Source music sharing sites worth knowing
  • 256 colors terminal with tmux and urxvt
  • Installing Ubuntu Linux on a Netbook
  • Fix for - Amarok won't play audio files on Ubuntu
  • Five nice opensource games for Linux
  • Ubuntu loses the human aspect
  • Build a lighter Gnome in Ubuntu
  • DtO: When Alternative Platforms Meet
  • view the performance details of individual CPUs in top
  • Optimise your photos before you send them
  • Convert URLs into links in Gedit with Snippets
  • Latin America leads in school laptops

today's howtos & leftovers:

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  • Hidden Linux : Installing groups of software
  • How To allow access to IMs through Squid Proxy
  • Set up a keyboard layout for Xorg
  • Mozilla Engineer Writes Steve Ballmer to take Foot Out Of Mouth
  • Check that a physical link is up with the proper speed
  • Quake 2 on netbook with custom resolution, finally!
  • LCA 2010 Videos available
  • Fedora Constantine, SYSRQ and needless swapping
  • lbzip2: parallel bzip2 utility
  • How to install perl module without root or super user
  • How to recover from corrupt rpm database on RHEL/CentOS/Fedora
  • KDE at Solutions Linux 2010
  • Google Gets Into The 3D Driver Game
  • disable the “Your battery may be old or broken” notification
  • How to configure the network connection on Mandriva 2010

today's leftovers:

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  • Flipping out with Linux
  • Session Management Docklet Coming to Docky
  • Simple OpenOffice.org-based Document Management Solution
  • Comcast Uses Open Source for IPv6 Deployment
  • The open stories from OSBC
  • Firefox zero-day fix set up for 30 March release
  • All This Great Technology Just to Reinvent Television
  • Options Activity for Red Hat Inc
  • Open Season
  • Studying kernel bugs
  • Novell to release Pulse social network for testing
  • Ryan Szrama On Drupal-Based E-Commerce
  • Going Linux: Mar 17: #096 - Computer America #24
  • FLOSS Weekly 113: Simon Phipps
  • Rwanda: SOS Pupils Get 150 Laptops
  • Achron Alpha Build Now For GNU/Linux 64-Bit
  • NVIDIA Releases OpenGL 3.3 Linux Driver
  • Monitor Energy Saver
  • Rethinking Failsafes for Critical Linux Systems
  • Hacker Evolution: Untold Now Available For GNU/Linux
  • Ex-MySQL Chief Marten Mickos Lands New CEO Job

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  • ATI Radeon KMS vs. UMS Performance With Ubuntu 10.04
  • Mark Shuttleworth: "This is not a democracy"
  • Difference Between Ubuntu and Linux
  • Allianz CIO 'lost hair' over Linux upgrade
  • A Look at LiMo: Interview with David "Lefty" Schlesinger
  • Crazy Linux Fans Are Messing up Store Computers
  • How Nexuiz did not become proprietary or: "Silly names in Games"
  • Free Speech Bubble Brushes for GIMP
  • Building a better Firewall Builder
  • Shaving megabytes: cplay and mcplay
  • Google and Linux are coming to your TV
  • Googleocracy
  • Is Google Trying to Out-Microsoft Microsoft?
  • MS says its contentious relationship with OSS is changing
  • getting faster at getting faster
  • Will Open Source Video Finally Kill Adobe Flash?
  • Let’s get video on Wikipedia
  • Wikipedia plans to offer open source video
  • Linux Outlaws 141 - Decapitated by a Pardus CD
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #345 3/10/10
  • TuxRadar Podcast S2E4 - Penguins Are Doing Time

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  • What's Bilski got to do with open source?
  • Liberate your documents
  • BE: Minister: "Open source prevents monopolies, increases innovation"
  • Interview: Eben Moglen - Freedom vs. The Cloud Log
  • A Secure Nagios Server
  • IBM, Red Hat Team Up for Development, Test Cloud Works
  • Ubuntu One Music Store: Tops or Flop?
  • MagicFolder in KDE4: Plasmoid Now, but what is the future?
  • Categories of Free and Non-Free Software
  • Smart phones get their smarts from open source
  • What are the most popular Firefox menu items?
  • Contacts in the Browser
  • Hooking Up The Big Brother Machine... And Fighting It
  • Ubuntu prerelease testing made easy with TestDrive
  • Letters to the editor about my breakup with Windows
  • New Kernel Vulnerabilities in Ubuntu 6.06, 8.04, 8.10, 9.04 and 9.10
  • Red Hat CEO: Open-source economics key to innovation
  • Ubuntu 10.04 Reads File Sizes Differently
  • Asking the Hard Questions about Open Source Software
  • Novell, Ingres partner for appliances

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  • KDE's Plasma: How not to do lists...
  • GNOME Music Applet dead, long live PanFlute
  • Trading Idea - Is Red Hat Close To Resistance?
  • Open source: Less profit, more fun
  • Okular problem
  • Two great conferences
  • KDE and GNOME Desktop Summit 2011 - Call for Hosts
  • Internet Explorer 9: An Early Look
  • Privacy Isn’t Dead – It’s Not Even Sleeping
  • Ex-Sun open source honcho: Sorry about that TCK license, Apache!
  • Filling the digital landfills of our lives
  • New Fluendo Media Center
  • Gentoo Council Meeting Summary

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  • Amarok 2.3.0 "Clear Light" Released
  • Unleash your inner sysadmin with AjaXplorer
  • Linux-based tool simplifies Cell processor programming
  • Gnome Gmail Tightly Integrates Gmail into Linux Desktops
  • Fluendo Launches the Ultimate Media Center for Linux
  • Celebrity death match: HTML5 Vs Flash
  • Supercomputers run open source software
  • the_source Episode 11 "Open Source Around The House" Released
  • Alpha version of Fedora on a usb stick
  • Does Quebec Hate Free Software?
  • EFF accuses Apple of going the full evil
  • XO Laptops Have Transformed Ntugi Mixed Day School
  • Linus Torvalds- The future of Linux
  • More ATI Radeon KMS Power Management Fun
  • Actor Peter Graves of 'Mission Impossible' dies at age 83
  • Linux in the developing world - Can the community help spread it?
  • Red Hat CEO Whitehurst to Keynote 2010 OSBC

today's howtos & leftovers:

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  • Testing The Different Ubuntu 10.04 Kernels
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #184
  • [notice] ArchBang moves to a new /home
  • Making Chrome more Lucid
  • Beautify Your Desktop : An Open Letter
  • Migrating from 4 device raid5 to 6 device raid6
  • Switching to Slackware
  • Remaining time in the Battery Monitor widget
  • Manage GDM theme in new Gnome with GDM2Setup
  • Scratchbox on Ubuntu
  • How To Create A Tune with Linux Multimedia Studio
  • Mysql Sphinx Storage Engine
  • List RPM Files
  • Red Hat and JBoss to host third annual EMEA Partner Summit
  • Happy Pi Day 2010 to geeks everywhere
  • Bash Shell Read a Line Field By Field
  • GNOME and Project:Possibility

today's leftovers & howtos:

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  • Irssi Handling JOINS/PARTS/QUITS
  • How to quickly enter lists in Excel and OpenOffice
  • After Digg, now is reddit moves to Cassandra DB
  • Hugin Panorama Creator Software for Linux
  • DtO: Geekier than Thou
  • An open answer to Office
  • Heroes of Newerth @ IGF
  • Reset MySQL root password
  • Fun with Gwibber themes
  • Equation Numbers in OpenOffice
  • The Coffee Party Uses Drupal
  • Will a Linux Pad Ever Exist?
  • on re-installing things
  • Wolvix linux - A linux distro based on Slackware
  • Lucid Sound Applet Gets Improved
  • Ubuntu 10.04 Icons Re-Coloured Purple...
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  • gtkmm now uses C++11
    All the *mm projects now require C++11. Current versions of g++ require you to use the –std=c++11 option for this, but the next version will probably use C++11 by default. We might have done this sooner if it had been clearer that g++ (and libstdc++) really really supported C++11 fully.
  • Pixman Baking ARMv6, PowerPC 64 Improvements
    Pixman 0.33.2 RC has many new ARMv6 optimizations, bug fixes for PowerPC 64-bit, and various other fixes and enhancements to the MMX code.
  • Obnam 1.13 released (backup software)
    I have just released version 1.13 of Obnam, my backup program. See the website at http://obnam.org for details on what it does. The new version is available from git (see http://git.liw.fi) and as Debian packages from http://code.liw.fi/debian, and uploaded to Debian, and soon in unstable.
  • MusicTube Review - Use YouTube as Your Source of Music
    MusicTube is a very interesting music player designed for multiple platforms using YouTube as the music source. It's not made for locally hosted music, and you can't add other online sources, but YouTube is a huge resource.