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today's leftovers:

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  • Microsoft punishes Linux, Mac and white box PC builders

  • Windows And Linux Prepare For Netbook Wars II
  • Linux Netbooks: 3 paths to a bright future
  • Red Hat creates program for cloud providers
  • Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Services Helps Users Build Private Clouds
  • Gecko end-of-life
  • 3 Alternative CD Ripping applications on Windows / Mac OS X / Linux
  • Tracking Your Time with Project Hamster
  • Why do I have to fill out a registration form to use VirtualBox?
  • Cisco Getting Ready to Delivery Office-Like Apps?
  • The Benefits of Setting up sSMTP or any Email Server
  • Mono is not a patent threat for Debian
  • What is Distro and Why They Exist
  • Linux Gazette July 2009 (#164)
  • Kubuntu 9.04
  • Tiny Core Linux 2.1
  • Novell SLES 10 to OpenSUSE 11.1 Migration
  • Linux virtualisation hypervisor KVM hits release 87
  • The Cost Of Free, Revisited
  • Three Books Every System Administrator Should Read
  • HP Mini 2140 - I Get To Try One
  • Creeping Unix featurism
  • SourceForge New Site On Line
  • Veteran Actor Karl Malden Dies at 97

Digg-ing Deeper for Linux News and Links

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Apparently there’s some sort of conspiracy keeping Linux-related links off the front page of the popular link-sharing site — or at least that’s what a recent Computerworld editorial would have you believe.

today's leftovers:

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  • X Server 1.6.2 RC2 Brings More Bug Fixes

  • Ubuntu says yes to Mono, SFLC says no
  • A gallery of geeky galleries
  • Kon-Boot – Reset Windows & Linux Passwords
  • Ubuntu heads to the clouds
  • Hidden cost of running Windows
  • JAG
  • Big Thanks To The SELinux Team
  • Former rPath, Red Hat exec to lead software firm’s Raleigh headquarters
  • Omatek Unveils World’s Smallest Desktop PC
  • let's play a game!
  • The XO Laptop Two Years Later: Part 1 - The Vision
  • iFolder Packages Available for 11.1
  • Acquia Search available commercially
  • Myka's Linux-based BitTorrent box great home theater PC for lazy people
  • Drupal 6 Top 25 Modules
  • Mandriva and Arkeia Software Deliver Seamless Backup for Linux
  • Linux Outlaws 98 - It's Business Time

today's leftovers:

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  • When was the last time you tried Linux?

  • 33 Children Review Sugar on a Stick, Squealing in Delight!
  • Which version control system is best for you?
  • saving together
  • Low End Linux Netbook Prices Continue To Drop
  • 18 Great KDE Edutainment Programs
  • SourceForge delivers 4 billionth open source download
  • LinuxTag 2009 Wrap-up
  • Sun hardens OpenSolaris for EC2
  • More Funny Linux Posters - Or, Part Two
  • Archos launches Ubuntu netbook with 500GB hard drive
  • Gatekeepers of open source innovation
  • Why We’re Excited about Firefox 3.5
  • Krut: screencasts made easy
  • A decade on and tech company is still growing strong
  • Internet Explorer in Ubuntu
  • Packaging KDE applications for multiple distributions in the openSUSE build service
  • GeeXboX 1.2.2 LiveCD media player adds multi-core video decoding
  • Pianoteq3 For Linux: A Product Review
  • IGEL’s new Linux Universal Desktop firmware helps customers save time
  • You know that you wrote too much Python, when
  • openSUSE 11.2 Milestone 3 Available
  • what's cooking in the pulse pot

today's leftovers:

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  • Humorous Linux Posters - Part One

  • MS makes everybody happy
  • KOffice 2 Receives its First Update
  • FreeTumble 1.0 released
  • Music Slight of Hand
  • The pros and "conns" of Intel's ConnMan for Linux
  • New gentoo stuff, good stuff
  • Why is Ubuntu’s KDE 4 so bait – No really why?
  • My MacBook Pro (V5,3) And Gentoo Prefix
  • OLPC testing saturday && sugar on ubuntu
  • Mac4lin - Give that Mac OS X look to Linux
  • Why Oracle will continue to win
  • Five straightforward steps to vanquish Mono
  • Informercial Pitchman Billy Mays Dies at 50

today's leftovers:

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  • Jo Shields: The Free Software Pledge

  • RMS gets it wrong (C# and .NET suck no matter who’s you use)
  • RMS says Debian Mono decision 'risky'
  • Ubuntu 9.10 to drop the 'i386-server' Kernel
  • How Metalink gives you faster downloads
  • FLOSS Weekly 75: OpenSolaris
  • GIMP “Save for Web” plugin for Ubuntu
  • Vote for OOo
  • Package Converter: A Graphical Front-End for Alien
  • Leaving CentOS team
  • Archiving, Encryption and File split tool - PeaZip
  • openSUSE Day (Chile): Awesome.
  • The case of the missing Sun refugees
  • FUDCon Day 1

today's leftovers:

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  • Stallman: Why free software shouldn't depend on Mono or C#

  • Opera Kicks It Up A Notch With Unite
  • Ubuntu tech board plays down Mono IP concerns
  • 20 Linux System Monitoring Tools Every SysAdmin Should Know
  • Emailing on Linux: sticking to one
  • Using Open Source to Protect Email
  • Sugar on a Stick brings sweet taste of Linux to classrooms
  • Is the world now an open source society?
  • Jono Bacon: Tracking Ubuntu Community Issues
  • PulseAudio and quirks
  • Rumor: Windows 7 to be sold on USB drives
  • LinuxTag Day Two
  • Using Ext4 File System
  • LinuxTag and FUDCon 2009, part 1
  • PCLinuxOS Rolling Along
  • Hole in VLC Media Player
  • The Desktop Is Dead. So Is The Server.
  • Ubuntu Boot Performance coordination with Debian
  • Should You Switch to Linux in Your Law Firm?
  • Funtoo Initscripts - Keeping It Simple
  • Will Novell, Dell turn to open-source M&A to grow?
  • Mandriva msec updates
  • Android goes beyond Java, gains native C/C++ dev kit
  • Awesome Desktop Wallpapers: Guitar Edition
  • KDE Forums - Something big is about to happen?
  • Open Government and Open Source at the Department of Defense

today's leftovers:

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  • Life With A Bleeding-Edge Browser

  • Chrome beta
  • Berlin art colleges switch to Linux
  • Open source software saves costs
  • Microsoft Cuts Off its Nose...
  • Should Oracle's Linux strategy be...Ubuntu?
  • Mullenweg: Open Source Trumps The Cloud
  • How Manipal Got Its First Linux (Fedora) Server
  • A Week with Windows
  • Red Hat Challenges Oracle on Java Openness
  • My Run In with CentOS at LinuxTag
  • Random screensavers for the console
  • Installation: Resizing Windows before proposing Linux partitions
  • Rock your box with Rockbox
  • At what stage of life is the open source industry?
  • Red Hat: Four Times Novell’s Open Source Revenue?
  • Red Hat's Complaint, as text
  • 16 Videos from Red Hat
  • HP's Linux-based Printer connects to the web
  • Open source show gears up with 200 sessions

SASSA cuts costs and improves service delivery in rural areas with Novell and Userful Multiplier

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Low-cost, energy-efficient Userful Multiplier desktops running on Novell’s SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop have transformed the way SASSA officials capture and process social grant applications in rural South Africa.

today's leftovers:

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  • A Quick Look at Two Opensource File Encryption Software

  • A Bunch Of New Stuff From Boxee
  • Should device manufacturers make their firmware open source?
  • Distro upgrading today
  • Ars reviews the Palm Pre, part 2: the webOS experience
  • The Digital Open Calls on Kids to Enter FOSS Contest
  • Intel develops simpler alternative to ACPI for Linux
  • Suspend to disk - does it still make sense?
  • HP announces a new business netbook
  • Changes in FSFE: Time to pass on the torch
  • Win a Gratis OSCON Pass from LQ
  • Amazon mp3 store: Linux kudos
  • chromium-bsu: fast paced, arcade-style, scrolling space shooter
  • openSUSE at LinuxTag Pictures: Day One
  • The dangers of taking credit for open-source software
  • Firefox in Context
  • Ingres: An Open Source Rival to Oracle
  • openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 77
  • Method found for installing homemade apps on Pre
  • Puppet is an Open Source Poppet
  • SCO's lifesaver 'profited from Iraq war'
  • The Open Source Open Source Conference
  • ArtistX Linux 0.7 – An Ubuntu Alternative
  • Amarok context view: Flickr applet and minor changes
  • Tuxradar: Podcast Season 1 Episode 11
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