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today's leftovers & howtos:

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  • Perl upgrade from cpan shell
  • How to remove Vmware from Linux
  • Linux text to speech with Festival
  • Linux Outlaws 168 - The Brigadier Drops By
  • How to password protect files and folders in Ubuntu
  • Install Gnome Nanny Parental Control On Ubuntu
  • Working Broadcom wireless in Kubuntu live session
  • Novell's BSM now Novell Operations Center
  • Running Commands in the background
  • 4 Ways to Supercharge Double-Click Action in Firefox

today's leftovers:

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  • Multi-Touch For The X.Org Synaptics Driver
  • Dual-booting with Ubuntu-Light
  • 'open source ICT Centre' launched in Ghana
  • Key-Mon Shows Live Keyboard and Mouse Strokes
  • Ubuntu One and FOSS Services
  • Pixel Light
  • dots: a Braille translator for GNOME
  • What Do Broadcom Drivers Mean for Linux Uptake?
  • Opera 10.63 Release Candidate 2
  • Wine 1.2.1 Brings A Bunch Of Fixes
  • Problems Don't Always Need Command-line Solutions

today's leftovers:

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  • Is Ubuntu 10.10 yet another chance to ditch Windows?
  • Oracle v Google: the open source perspective
  • One Billion Files
  • 9 Distros in 6 Minutes
  • Do you agree with LibreOffice fork?
  • Why Software is Abstract, by PolR
  • the kubuntu wishlist
  • Steel Storm – A quick look
  • Drupal 7.0 beta 1 released
  • Three Forks in the Road for FOSS
  • Xubuntu 10.10 RC 1 Mini Review
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 370

today's leftovers:

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  • “We are more than 1%” initiative
  • Dropbox on Linux
  • Ubuntu One Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes
  • Nouveau With Mesa 7.9 Is Better, But Still Slow
  • Refreshing the Firefox Search Bar
  • Two Top Tools for Cracking the PDF Nut
  • My new #! CrunchBang desktop
  • Tiny Core: Ultralight DIY distribution
  • Arch Linux 2010.05 [Review]
  • Linux dev platform takes on embedded multimedia UIs
  • University of Washington at Tacoma adopts Drupal
  • Teach.gov using Drupal
  • SFLS 0x2E & Free as in Freedom 0x00: Goodbye, and Ahoy Hoy!
  • Wanted: Acer Aspire 5551 seeks distro
  • Open Source Software Licenses

today's leftovers:

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  • Firefox Is Dumping Google Search For Bing
  • Has open source come of age?
  • Big news about the big duck in the open source pond
  • ODF Ingredients
  • NZ Open Source Awards Finalists Announced
  • Google: Oracle's Java patent suit invalid
  • Going Linux Oct 05: #116 - Listener Feedback
  • Libtool archives and their pointless points
  • New: OOo-DEV 3.x Developer Snapshot
  • Stormy’s Update: October 4
  • October Linux fest
  • PenguSpy: Free / Open Source And Commercial Linux Games Portal
  • TuxRadar Podcast s2e18: Asbestos Gloves
  • Warning to Open Source Projects: Know Your Rights with PayPal
  • Google Seeks Dismissal Of Oracle Patent-Infringement Suit
  • Ryzom, an open-source MMORPG
  • Opera 10.63 Release Candidate
  • Firefox 4 Feature Freeze Imminent, RC 1 Delayed

today's leftovers:

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  • Bradley M. Kuhn appointed Executive Director of Software Freedom Conservancy
  • The black perl -Sabayon 5.4 Screenshot Tour
  • Contributing to an open source project
  • mv, mf, Ubuntu’s “did you mean?”
  • Mutt and evolution-data-server
  • Addictive Linux Game 'Steel Storm' Released
  • TuxRadar Open Ballot: is Graham Morrison wrong?
  • Linux Action Show | s13e10: Are Big Distros Innovating?
  • Debian GNU/Linux Evolves
  • Sourceforge Project of the Month: jEdit
  • LinuxCrazy Podcast 83 Stabilization
  • VIDEO: Duke Nukem Forever Date, Live Footage

some odds & ends:

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  • Some Statistics about My Linux Box
  • Announcing qxv
  • Collectd - The system statistics collection daemon
  • Ubuntu Fonts – Why Are They So Big?
  • Ubuntu 10.10: GPU hardware acceleration (OpenCL) available
  • Counting Down the Days to Ubuntu 10.10
  • GIMP 2.6.11 is available for download
  • An open source of inspiration
  • MS ‘open' to change
  • Linux: An Interesting VPN/Remote Project
  • MS Dominance - From an IT Professional Perspective

today's howtos & leftovers:

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  • Execute a command automatically upon GDM/GNOME login
  • Opera still won't support H.264 video
  • KDEMU – Matt Rogers in the 25th Century
  • GTK+3 Completes Its Rendering Clean-Up
  • Movable Type
  • HOWTO: Install Firefox 4 on Ubuntu or any Linux Distro
  • Batch resize images using the command line in Linux
  • List of Top Popular Linux distributions
  • How to Install and Run Silverlight in Linux
  • How to Connect the ZTE MF636DB USB Modem on Ubuntu
  • Getting readline to work with Ruby Version Manager (RVM) on Linux Mint KDE
  • Apache : Get internal information about it
  • Finding the biggest files on the server
  • Linux Outlaws 167 - On Her Majesty's Secret Server

today's leftovers:

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  • Modern Perl: The Book: The (draft) PDF
  • Microsoft using anti-Linux tactic against Android
  • Toshiba AC100 dumps Android for Ubuntu 10.10, gets useful
  • Fedora Board Meetings, 27 Sept 2010 & 1 Oct 2010
  • Announcing the Release Candidate for Ubuntu 10.10
  • The Economist.com data migration to Drupal
  • Outgrowing QuickBooks? Maybe open source ERP can help
  • Quick review: Sintel
  • what to do when your favourite Linux distro falls appart
  • Red Hat Near Resistance
  • Schwarzenegger Decriminalizes Marijuana in California
  • Revising the openSUSE Board Election Rules, 2nd iteration
  • The FSF and Project Harmony

today's leftovers:

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  • Warning: Google Chrome Removing Key Privacy Feature
  • Forking Time
  • Keeping Free Softare/Open Source Vendors Honest
  • Oracle is an open source of concern
  • The Needs of the Many
  • Catalyst Deluxe And Anirah Released
  • Is Linux Mint Debian Edition All It’s Cracked Up to Be?
  • Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité
  • StarNet Brings Fast, Secure Linux Desktops to iPad
  • Fedora 14 Beta Screenshot Tour
  • Ubuntu 10.10 RC - What's New?
  • Insprit Joins Linux Foundation
  • The Awesome Croogo – Free and Open-Source PHP CMS
  • Learn Drupal Fundamentals
  • Firefox says Swiss Consumer Protection office not to be trusted
  • MySQL fork Drizzle goes beta
  • The Linux Box – a conceptual open source gaming platform
  • Novacut – FLOSS ideals for Video editing
  • FLOSS Weekly 137: Plone
  • OSS nets Red Hat prize
  • Unix’s Revenge
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 369
  • When a company asks for your copyright
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