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  • New Stock Ticker for XFCE Panel
  • Why GNU/Linux Is and Isn't like Windows
  • Opera 10 Final: Ubuntu 9.04 Overview Video
  • Installing Ubuntu Linux on the Samsung N120 Netbook
  • Dell Ships Ubuntu 9.04 Systems Ahead of Windows 7 Launch
  • Which licence is best: EPL, GPL or BSD?
  • Filtering compiler optimisation flags is not a solution
  • Linus Is A Fake!
  • Debian Switching to GRUB 2 by default
  • First Look at Drupal Gardens
  • Akademy 2010 in Tampere, Finland
  • Analysis: Canonical’s Ubuntu Support Strategy
  • Lubuntu, Ubuntu with LXDE
  • Need a Good FOSS App Coded Fast? Offer Up a Bounty
  • Opera 10.10 with Unite
  • CWS printerpullpages delayed to OOo 3.3
  • Jolicloud's Netbook OS is Getting Noticed, Looks Unique
  • Selling Open Source software in your company
  • The Slackware 13.0 Interview
  • Mandriva Linux Community Words: Colin Guthrie

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  • A Video Editor that Just Works
  • Ubuntu certified on the latest HP Servers
  • Sutor's Red Hat Summit keynote: “Linux Everywhere?"
  • Microsoft contract forces cancellation of Stallman talk in Argentina
  • Linus Torvalds in Live Streaming from LinuxCon
  • Red Hat Announces Enhancements to Red Hat Enterprise Linux Management Solutions
  • Put Trading Swells on Red Hat (RHT)
  • Metadata Performance of Four Linux File Systems
  • msec future and plans
  • Hunt for the perfect Operating System
  • Enterprise windows and Linux destops. Is it possible?
  • Kindle Hacking: It's a "lovely little Linux box"
  • A Few Details On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  • Linux Outlaws 109 - Saturday Light Live
  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 1 Episode 16

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  • Is there a ChromiumOS to go with ChromeOS?
  • Easily Install Fonts In Ubuntu With FontMatrix
  • Boog, the desktop bugzilla client for Fedora
  • Using GSmartControl In Ubuntu Linux
  • Get Hands on OpenSUSE at LinuxCon
  • Game Over for Sony
  • Google browser gets Sony foothold
  • Skype Dials New Owner… And Open Source
  • Lets work together.
  • Noteworthy PCLinuxOS updates (Aug 23rd – Aug 29th)
  • Ubuntu TechBoard 2009
  • Jaunty, Arch and Alsa
  • about:mozilla 9/2
  • Accelerating X with Gallium
  • SFLC Podcast: Episode 0x15: Steve Holden of Python

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  • DreamWorks Animations' Derek Chan to Speak at Red Hat Summit
  • Back To School: Ubuntu Laptop Pick
  • Geany: A sweet and simple IDE for Linux
  • Pidgin: IM Superstar
  • The Business Case for Open Source Virtualization
  • Is free Linux the right fit for your data center?
  • Ubuntu Software Store?! Do I have to pay for free software?
  • Console servers run Linux
  • Simply Mepis 8 is a nice little Debian-based Linux distro
  • OpenSUSE: From the Beginning … And Where It’s Going
  • X.Org 7.5 Is Frozen, XKB2 Gets Postponed Again
  • Can Ubuntu 9.10 Outperform Mac OS X 10.6?
  • Sensei Standardizes on Red Hat and JBoss Solutions
  • Layer 7 Technologies Partners with Red Hat
  • As my Gentoo Linux desktop, I use LXDE
  • Mandriva Linux Community: more than 10 years but things have to be said
  • The Computer Action Show! Season 1 Episode 2

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  • For those who vie for SciFi
  • Linux Support for the Saleae Logic Analyzer
  • Enhance your vlc player with new skins
  • Howto fix SSH connection to the netscreen firewall does not work
  • Secure VoIP, GNU SIP Witch, and replacing Skype with free software
  • HOWTO : Hiawatha 6.16 web server on Ubuntu 9.04 Server
  • How To: Daily Journal With Panel Launcher
  • Backtrack : Linux Distro for the White Hat
  • Command Line Cheatsheet
  • Open Source Revitalized Enterprise Software, Says SugarCRM CEO
  • The Official Ubuntu Server Book
  • How to Start Moving to Ubuntu

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  • Restore Ubuntu Panels Back To Their Default Settings
  • Linux File Ownership
  • Advocating And Supporting Insecure Practices
  • How To Enable RAR Support In Ubuntu Linux
  • Linux / UNIX: Test Graphical Performance ( 3D Acceleration / FPS )
  • OOXML as a response
  • Fedora looking to target Netbooks?
  • Keyboard shortcuts that you can use within terminal
  • Test out OpenOffice.org online without installing it
  • New BSD Licensed debugger
  • FLOSS Weekly 84: FoxyProxy

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  • RMS: 1, Symbolics: 0
  • OLPC will make children Microserfs: FSF
  • 8 Resources for the Mighty Drupal Content Management System
  • awk: Find and Replace text
  • Sony explains lack of PS3 Slim Linux
  • Ubuntu on Toshiba NB200 / NB 205 Netbook
  • World Bank funds aim at standards adoption in Africa
  • Quick Tip: extract archive from command-line using Ark
  • SSH Key compromise takes Apache.org offline - Update
  • Six months without X
  • OpenSUSE Wins One
  • First Ever Web Design Using The Gimp
  • Making Gentoo Even Harder: 64-bit Hardened Gentoo
  • OpenGoo vs. Google Apps: Host It Your Way (Slideshow)
  • How do You Really Measure Linux Bloat?
  • How To Develop Websites On Linux
  • A Good Reason to Use GNU/Linux: Don't Pass it On

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  1. The big three operating systems
  2. Getting to Know Snowl: Following Online Discussions
  3. How to Find Free Linux Ebooks and Courseware
  4. Linux Format wallpapers Updated
  5. Gentoo Donates $500 to EFF in honor of fmccor
  6. Using distcc with Gentoo
  7. Fade Out Images with GIMP
  8. Howto install Nvidia 185.18.36 drivers in Ubuntu (64 bit)
  9. KDE Sticky Notes Part Deux
  10. Murphy's Law: Mozilla Crowdsources Open Source
  11. Customize SUSE Linux to the Bones with SUSE Studio
  12. OpenBSD Developers Work on AerieBSD
  13. Skype + Pulse Goodness
  14. OpenOffice 3.1.1 Available - Praise, And A Small Gripe
  15. Nokia unveils its first Linux phone
  16. Compiz 0.9 Finally Approaches, Beta Coming
  17. linux-for-education.org = a huge resource
  18. Encrypting your private data - Part 1
  19. Fake Linux Torvalds Set For Web Vitriol Barrage
  20. Clicks with touchpad trick (11.2 M6)
  21. fear of the awesomebar overblown
  22. Scribus Desktop Publisher's New Version is Much Improved
  23. Open source: More than just a cheap date
  24. CrazyLinux: Podcast 62 Gentoo Developer Nathan Zachary | Warzone2100 review

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  • 10 Ubuntu Themed Wallpapers
  • New Video Editor For Ubuntu
  • Kerala Purchasing 141 GNU/Linux Preloaded Laptops
  • Improve Audio Experience in Linux-Based Netbooks
  • Funtoo’s Website is Designed for IE?
  • The Linux Home Office: What's In Your Cyberspace?
  • Nokia and Linux Make a Good-Looking Couple
  • Question in Goldman Sachs case: Can open-source software be stolen?
  • Is the Loch Ness monster on Google Earth?
  • Canonical at VMWorld 2009
  • Open Source: One Sure Way To Keep Piracy At Bay
  • OggCamp 2009 – October 25th
  • Review: Swiss Army Swiss Flash 8gb
  • Create Minutes and Logs for your Meetings with bugbot
  • Linux Outlaws 108 - Developer Shakedown

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  • Shadowgrounds: Survivor Finally Goes Gold
  • about:mozilla 8/25
  • How open source levels all software market segments
  • Save a Burn – Use UNetbootin
  • Konqueror Now Supports Opensearch Too
  • Become a GNOME Ambassador
  • No more Windows support
  • Red Hat open sources Windows virtualisation drivers
  • Middle East Red Hat representative signs new partner
  • New Debian developer Emilio Pozuelo Monfort
  • Great Distros You May Not Have Tried
  • HAM Radio and Linux Shows make History
  • Pidgin Brings Order To The IM Jungle
  • Why Windows security is awful
  • My Perfect Backup Setup
  • Linux Mint Wallpapers w/o Logo
  • GNOME in .NET? – Not on my desktop!
  • SmarterFox packs a productivity wallop
  • High-risk vulnerabilities hit Google Chrome
  • Likewise Software: Ubuntu Meets Microsoft Active Directory
  • common alsa issues
  • Red Hat, Novell and CentOS update for kernel vulnerability - Update
  • 10 Resources for Successfully Launching an Open Source Project
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