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  • Mint 10 & LMDE FAQ
  • Here's The First GNOME 3.0 Development Release
  • Linux Kernel 2.6.36 Gets AppArmor
  • TinyMe Linux For The Win
  • Intel broaches fresh barrel-o-Linux
  • Chromeless: Build your own Browser UI
  • BSD Magazine (Oct-2010) issue: VPN and BSD
  • Gnome Photo Frame Gadget For Gnome Desktop
  • Will OpenOffice Meet The Fate Of OpenSolaris?
  • FossAlliance is born: More than expertise, better than a network
  • Firefox 4.0 beta 7 to get native SVG support
  • Public administrations in Axarquia moving to open source desktops
  • ReactOS Pushes Out A New Operating System Release
  • Pixman Has Improved Gradients, Is Much Faster
  • FrostWire – Best Free Alternative For Limewire
  • New: OOo-DEV 3.x Developer Snapshot
  • demo slam opera trophy?
  • Nokia's first MeeGo device will arrive in 2011
  • OpenLogic Joins The Linux Foundation
  • Samsung's Galaxy Tab gets $600 U.S. price
  • Open source keeps fueling global exchange
  • Ubuntu’s Netbook Edition: Now With More “Unity”!
  • TLLTS Episode 372 Released October 20

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  • Slackers Unite! GTD-Free is Here
  • Ubuntu and Qt
  • Red Hat Launches New Certification
  • automated bug reports with BugLogHQ
  • EU: Legal experts to discuss laws and procurements on open source
  • Funambol Launches Open Source Framework for Smartphones
  • openSUSE Build Service 2.1 Brings Web UI Improvements
  • Will KPresenter and Gnumeric Please Come Forward?
  • Steel Storm Episode I v1.00.01723
  • PDF readers for Linux
  • How Linux Benchmarking Will Change With Iveland & OpenBenchmarking.org
  • openSUSE ass-kickin’ keynote
  • VMware Buying Novell? Why Add More Blah?
  • a cheap Negative film scanner which works with Linux
  • The 2.6.36 kernel is out
  • Donate Your Bandwidth to Support Ubuntu Downloads
  • Linux Outlaws 170 - Ask Jez

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  • Pamela Jones 2010 EFF Pioneer Awards Winner
  • AsbestOS: Run Linux on your PS3 without OtherOS
  • Escape from Quaoar
  • 'Happy Days' Tom Bosley dead at 83
  • US Government app store in action
  • MythTV 0.24 RC1 Released, Brings Many Features
  • The choice engine is an Italian job
  • Root privileges through vulnerability in GNU C loader
  • Red Hat Launches First Red Hat Academy in the Middle East
  • LiMo Foundation has joined the Wholesale Applications Community
  • Gentoo: Why do we bump just to bump?
  • The Fedora RPG
  • Saving Yourself with Data Replication
  • blackPanther OS Joins Open Invention Network as Licensee
  • GBM earns Red Hat partner status
  • Pledge for funding to the Gnash project
  • Debian welcomes non-packaging contributors
  • C++ STL containers: memory experimentations
  • Has FOSS lost the battle against patents
  • American Tobacco plays host to Red Hat visit

today's leftovers:

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  • LunarG Proposes A Shader And Kernel Compiler Stack
  • Linux finally gets a great audio tagger
  • Vim undo tree visualization
  • FlashVideoReplacement - Use Native Video Playback Facilities On Sites Like Youtube
  • 6 Open Source Social Networking Projects
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Release Candidate Available to Partners
  • Opera Software Continues Crusade for Universal App Standards
  • Linux's Brilliant Business Career
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 10th October 2010
  • Ray Ozzie hangs up his MS Chief Software Architect hat
  • The exaile Mini mode
  • Geek Time with Rusty Russell
  • The third openSUSE Conference Keynote
  • Ubuntu Software Center helping you clean up your applications
  • Alien Arena Preview
  • No DeathSpank for Linux!
  • Red Hat Broke Resistance

today's howtos & stuff:

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HowTos
  • Simple tip:How to convert djvu to pdf
  • ‘Pop' goes OSS
  • Use Mplayer With Hardware Acceleration In Ubuntu
  • KDEMU – Claudia Rauch
  • Development (build-essential) tools Slackware
  • Feather Linux’s stats.pl perl script
  • Backing up Master Boot Record
  • Nano: Open a file at a specific position
  • Cli Utility to Upload and Download from Megaupload and Rapidshare
  • Creating Planets and Planetary Rings in GIMP
  • Change your Grub(2) Splash Screen in Ubuntu
  • Dell likely first to deliver Ubuntu Light netbooks
  • Setting Up a New Ubuntu Box for Java/CFML Development
  • Testing MariaDB on Hardened Gentoo

today's leftovers & howtos:

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HowTos
  • Install development tools and environment in Linux
  • What your distro can do for you that upstream cannot
  • QEMU 0.13 Final Is Ready With New Features
  • Installing the Opera Browser on Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu 10.10
  • Directories and how we could do better
  • Full Circle Podcast #12: Dave’s Nocturnal Desires
  • Auto Bug Expiry on Launchpad
  • Introducing python-popcon
  • PCLinuxOS KDE 4 2010.10 soon?
  • Open source investment to increase – survey
  • Debious – A dubious Debian packaging GUI

today's leftovers:

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  • New Screenshots Of Unigine's OilRush Game
  • Comparison Test: Peppermint OS One 08042010 vs. Ice 10012010
  • Rebel Inheritance: The Best About Launcher Menus (Part 3)
  • Blocking Bad Crawlers with Apache mod_evasive
  • Firm creates ‘open source’ tech portal in Dayton region
  • A Declaration of Plasma Love
  • openSUSE: Finalizing who we are…
  • The Apache Software Foundation's Open Source Approach
  • TuxRadar Podcast S2E19: Welcome to the Jungle
  • Gnuaccounting 0.7.8 released
  • Events icon set released
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2010.10.15
  • Pandora’s 900th linux-handheld gaming unit ships, and it wasn’t easy
  • A Message from Gary Kovacs
  • Oracle to Raise MySQL Prices: Report
  • EU-funded Projects and Open Source
  • Book Excerpt: Linux Kernel Development, 3rd Edition
  • OOo: Is this a text file, or an Excel file?
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Starter EULA and customer abuse
  • Tiny Core Linux 3.2 arrives
  • Microsoft's fake validation of OpenOffice.org

today's leftovers:

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  • GTK+ Continues To Become More X11-Agnostic
  • WordPress and Drupal: Convergence?
  • The Battle Rages On: CLI vs. GUI
  • Linux Foundation sets record for stating bleeding obvious
  • PC sales lag behind expectations
  • Google Search Engine for Linux users?
  • Fedora 14 Spotlight Feature: Keeping Secure with OpenSCAP
  • FreeBSD gets USB 3.0 Support
  • Registration Open For Linux.conf.au 2011
  • Why Is Microsoft So Scared of OpenOffice?
  • Asa Dotzler: we're getting fast
  • Aava Mobile Joins Linux Foundation
  • The Command Line: Nothing to be scared of
  • Jeppesen migrates to Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation
  • Introducing: Recipe Manager
  • Meet the GIMP: Episode 149: Lens Flares Ahead!
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 371
  • FLOSS Weekly 139: Alfresco

today's leftovers:

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  • Vulnerabilities in Xpdf affect several open source products
  • Commonwealth Games using Drupal
  • A Darwinian theory of open source development strategies
  • Easy Blu-ray Movie Playback in Linux
  • Free Linux discs for schools and LUGs!
  • Mention of IBM shifting to Firefox on CNN
  • Revenge Of The Cats: Ethernet
  • KWatchman – An Idea given Birth
  • Faenza-Cupertino icons available for KDE

today's leftovers:

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  • Medibuntu updated for Ubuntu 10.10
  • Aviation company uses Red Hat virtualisation to keep cabin crew in the clouds
  • The Ubuntu way (or what I miss about Gentoo)
  • LibreOffice 3.3.0 Beta 2 released
  • mtr: Linux Network Diagnostic Tool
  • Behind-the-scenes DataPilot improvements in 3.3 Beta
  • OOo Findbar
  • IBM joins OpenJDK to Unify Java
  • GPL violation reports in HTC G2 Android phone
  • Beware Open Source Strings Attached if You Want a Patent
  • Duke Nukem Forever developer interview
  • Screencasting in Mandriva
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 213
  • Software Scam
  • Red Hat Near Support
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