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  • TeleKast Is a Snazzy Open Source Teleprompter App
  • Is There an Ubuntu 10.04 in Your Future?
  • Gnome Nanny, a Parental Control System
  • When you can’t get into Wubi Ubuntu…
  • Cedega Install: City of Heroes Test Server
  • A Perfect Linux or BSD desktop distribution
  • Why Being a Package Maintainer Sucks
  • CentOS 5.4 : Synergy-Plus Crashing / Hanging on Linux Fixed
  • Gentoo at SCALE 8x
  • Firefox Turning Into A Multi-Browser
  • A primitive command-line ogg tag editor
  • New 3D Game Engine Targets Linux Gamers
  • NVIDIA Has Gallium3D Support In Fedora 13
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #180
  • How To Watch The Olympics Using Linux

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  • One Reason I Love Verdana
  • In six weeks from bare hardware to receiving BCCHs
  • Compiz Now Supports KDE 4.4 SC
  • Printk is it
  • KDE or GNOME?
  • Fully Free GNU/Linux Presentation
  • A family's experience with Free Software
  • GNOME Sysadmin team update
  • The open source world goes skiing
  • Edubuntu – Educational Linux

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  • The needs of the one...
  • Compiz and Emerald
  • Database developers - take a walk with SchemaCrawler
  • CZ: Open source to fix mandatory e-government's service
  • Top 5 Linux Distributions 2010
  • Open Source Think Tank 2010: Registrations are Open
  • Windows 7 Update "Phones Home" Every 90 Days
  • Dealing with gifted kids: a geek's tale
  • Rhythmbox Cover Art Browser
  • Linux Outlaws 135 - So Good, They Tried to Patent Him

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  • You don’t need Kopete Facebook plugin anymore
  • Fedora Rawhide Quickly Switching To Fedora 14
  • GNOME is better than KDE?
  • Firefogg: Transcoding videos to open web standards with Mozilla Firefox
  • Homosapien Metacity Customizer
  • GNOME accessibility - the future
  • One window to rule them all: window tabbing in KDE 4.4
  • Google boots music blogs, claiming copyright fouls
  • Asustek Wants to Become Another Apple with Open-Source Platforms
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #340
  • FLOSS Weekly 108: Henrique Bastos

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  • Slideshow: KDE SC 4.4 screenshots
  • The Best Windows Themes for GNOME
  • Geeking Out on SSD Hardware Developments
  • The virtuous circle model of support for open source
  • KDE Application Indicators In GNOME
  • Online Music and Open Source Business Models
  • Chumby One
  • This Idiot' skipped formal education to pursue his passion for computers
  • Curl Learns IMAP, POP3, SMTP
  • General Motors using Drupal
  • Karmic install
  • VLC promotional Movie you sure don't want to miss
  • Learning with the computer using open source
  • Record your Desktop with Linux Tools
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 Beta Expands Virtualization
  • Red Hat Revs While VMware Takes to the Streets
  • My Debian Adventure 3: Squeeze & KDE4
  • What Matters to Open Source: Licensing or Community?

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  • Mandriva 2010 is Faster than Ubuntu 9.10
  • Parsix 3.0r2 has been released but still plagued with issues
  • Is Unix on its way out?
  • My Favourite Firefox Addons
  • Ubuntu and SUSE: Targeting Red Hat’s ISV Base?
  • Novell and LPI Partner on Linux Training and Certification
  • The Multiple Meanings of the Term “Open”
  • Stable kernel 2.6.32.8 Released
  • Evolution and Open Source Software (last roar of the dinosaurs)
  • Events & Non-events
  • Putting Oracle a11y news in perspective
  • Can Xfce Desktop be an alternative to Gnome and Kde?
  • Linux staffs still earn 10% more pay, Dice says
  • Should you ask developers for money?
  • NVIDIA's Optimus: Will It Come To Linux?
  • Slides from my FOSDEM talk on Debian and Ubuntu
  • Linux Mint 8 achieves final KDE version
  • DtO: The family sysadmin

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  • Copyrights and wrongs
  • FSArchiver - Filesystem Archiver for Linux
  • Working with Ubuntu One
  • mimio Studio 6 available for Mac and Linux
  • Once scorned, twice as nasty
  • Chunking and Programming Languages
  • Amnesia: The Dark Descent goes alpha
  • Linux Conf raises $33,000 for charity
  • Packman for Factory
  • Msec updates getting (mostly) ready for 2010.1
  • FOSDEM 2010: Andrew Tanenbaum Sets Reliability Before Performance
  • Firefox Addon: Fox Clocks
  • 16 month old Flash bug plagues Mac, Linux, PC
  • Eben Moglen's Talk on Freedom in the Cloud
  • My weekend at FOSDEM
  • A day at the races: aria2 vs. axel
  • The Morevna Project: Anime with Synfig and Blender
  • Pandora open-source handheld is go

today's leftovers & howtos:

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  • How to install Avast Antivirus on Mandriva 2010
  • GTalX - Google Voice Chat has arrived in Ubuntu 9.10
  • Linux – Manipulate the stdout and stderr
  • Writing man pages
  • PHP Security: Limit Resources Used By Script
  • Inkscape Class Day 7
  • Iptables Limits Connections Per IP
  • Stellarium Planetarium Software
  • OpenOffice.org Extensions to Try
  • Linux 2.6.33-rc7 Released, Still Many Regressions
  • Playing around with KVM on Root Servers
  • Leaving it out of Lucid
  • DtO: Every Geek's Burden
  • Remove lines that are in another file
  • Pictures from FOSDEM 2010
  • Mmm pies! (aka Disk usage in Lancelot)
  • Tomcat with Gentoo

today's leftovers:

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  • KSM Now Enabled in Ubuntu Lucid
  • Worlds Smallest Tux Image
  • Skrooge 0.6.0 released
  • Hardware based randomness for Linux
  • X.Org Server 1.7.5 Is Just About Done
  • Generic web-service queries on your desktop using Plasma
  • Indicator and me menu, lucid looking awesome
  • why LPI does not publish its own training materials for their tests
  • Linux NIC teaming recommendations
  • Going Linux: Feb 05: #092 - Listener Feedback
  • Crazy Linux: Podcast 71 Are you a Slacker?

today's leftovers:

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  • Display Thunderbird Unread Count On Docky
  • Lucid Separates Shutdown and "Me" Menus
  • OpenOffice dropped from Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.04
  • Gnome Gmail made simple
  • Take the tour of Firefox 1.0 on Nokia N900
  • Open Source Policies in San Francisco and California Take Different Paths
  • Mozilla Weave 1.0: take your tabs and bookmarks everywhere
  • 10 Kernel Vulnerabilities in Ubuntu 6.06, 8.04, 8.10, 9.04 and 9.10
  • Catalyst 10.1 Still Trash In Heaven, But Good News
  • Defective by Design delivers 5,000 signatures to Jobs
  • MariaDB 5.1.42 Released
  • Melody: The Other Movable Type
  • Microsoft to drop Linux, Unix versions of enterprise search
  • Improved Window Management Shortcuts Land in Lucid
  • Following Open Sourcing, Symbian Talks Netbooks and Tablets
  • What Happened to Red Hat Exchange?
  • FLOSS Weekly 107: Stellarium
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2010.02.05
  • Linux Outlaws 134 - The Greppy Awards
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