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  • Quiet GNU/Linux Revolution in New Zealand
  • Tor advises users to ditch Windows after anonymity-busting attack
  • SUSECon 2013: FIve Big Questions Need Answers
  • UbuntuKylin steals the show at OCOW Summit
  • Thoughts on Quick2
  • Curry all over the C++11
  • Estranged HL2 Single Player Adventure Mod On It's Way To Linux!
  • Florian is Comparing MSO to LibreOffice – Needs YOUR Input
  • Backup And Restore All Installed Packages To CD/DVD Using APTonCD On Ubuntu/Debian
  • set up a Subversion (SVN) server on CentOS or Fedora
  • Pwn probe runs sneaky new Linux distro
  • How to install Steam client on debian 7 (Wheezy)
  • Unvanquished FPS Looks Stunning and It Gets Better with Every New Version
  • "ROSA Planet" switches to rolling release scheme
  • How to become a graphic designer
  • Getting lyrics in Sonata under Ubuntu
  • Best articles to study cat command in Linux
  • AudioCd. Week 7.
  • Destination in sight for Flight Centre's Drupal journey
  • Giada – Audio tool for DJs, live performers and electronic musicians
  • $5 8 GB SD card with NOOBS for Raspberry Pi now available

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  • OS X apps run on Linux with Wine-like emulator for Mac software
  • Open Source Code At Heart of Wall Street Programmer’s Bust
  • Building the open source laptop: fantasy to reality
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  • MEGABYTE PUNCH is now available on PC Mac and Linux
  • Hacktivist Richard Stallman takes on proprietary software, SaaS and open source
  • Qt5 on openSUSE (including experimental KF5 packages)
  • SECRETS OF RÆTIKON to launch on PC, Mac and Linux
  • Firefox 23 Adds Features, Security to Open-Source Browser

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  • This week in Fedora Infrastructure
  • Charles-H. Schulz: Understanding designers – or at least trying to
  • GnuCash 2.5.4 (Unstable) Release - 2013-08-04
  • Tox: A Replacement for Skype and Your Privacy?
  • Candy Chang's Lessons on Community and Collaboration Through Collective Art
  • Clasen: Scrolling in GTK+
  • dnstop: A little prodding, and bingo!
  • GNOME System Monitor 3.9.5 Works in Wayland
  • Perspective: Do you have it?
  • XO Tablet Hands On Review: WOW!! OLPC Finally Got It Right!
  • FreeBSD 9.2 Release Candidate Is Out & On Time
  • Why combine RHEL and OpenStack? Integration and Ecosystem Benefits.
  • KDE Connect: Fusion your devices with KDE
  • Battle Of The Sands Comes To Macs Linux
  • Need a collaboration tool? Try email
  • FreeBSD 9.2-RC1 available
  • When did you start?
  • GUADEC 2013, Day 3
  • Humble Bundle and Weekly Sale without games for Linux
  • Backing up Blu-Ray on Linux | LAS s28e02
  • Linux Outlaws 318 – Just Ask Hitler

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  • lumail: TAB completion is hard
  • Greg Kroah-Hartman: Longterm Kernel 3.10
  • How To Disable SSH Root Login In GNU/Linux
  • Sayonara Music Player – Low on System Resources & Appeal
  • About a Boring Feature of KWin
  • ZFS File-System Tests On The Linux 3.10 Kernel
  • Replacing X – Wayland’s Rise
  • Ubuntu derivatives: 5 of the best
  • mussort: A unique music utility
  • Rogue Legacy Is Heading To Linux In A Few Months

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  • LibreOffice 4.0.5 RC1 Signals the Arrival of a New Stable Version
  • Anonymous Web-host shut down, owner arrested; Tor users compromised
  • OLPC’s $149 XO Tablet now available at more stores
  • Pimagizer image resizer for Ubuntu & derivatives
  • Mac, Linux ports of indie game Fez in the works
  • The Linux Setup - Nathan Schneider, Writer
  • tb3 — more efficient tinderboxing
  • 8 of the BEST Android apps for Linux System Administrator
  • The Ubuntu PC Case Mod Pt.8 The handle
  • The Open Source PiCast Project
  • Steam's Hardware Survey Shows Not Much For Linux
  • Linux Kernel 3.10 picked for long-term support

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  • graesslin: Next step: running
  • Calligra and Krita Release 2.7
  • Weekly wrap-up
  • Unity 8 Available For Testing in Ubuntu 13.10
  • Include File Searches
  • Raspberry Pi camera adds Sprite logo to its photos
  • GUADEC 2013, Day 2
  • alphaOS Is an Interesting Blend of Arch and Puppy
  • And Your First Linux Distro Was…
  • Crop PDF Pages in Ubuntu 13.04 using ‘krop’
  • Raphaël Hertzog Free Software Activities in July 2013

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  • create your own textures in blender
  • MinnowBoard: First open-source PC with x86 processor
  • Top 10 BeagleBoard Projects
  • August 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: Programming
  • Organize Your Media Collection with Data Crow 3.11.1
  • New Portal Beta Version Out After Official Release
  • Kubuntu Now Open for Donations
  • Openfiler is moving to CentOS
  • Debian: Compile Rekonq 2.3.2 from source (Git)
  • contest: create a still life painting in gimp
  • Google sued over MPEG-2
  • moosic: Simpler style, similar results
  • New Wikis for Ubuntu GNOME!
  • GUADEC 2013, Day 1; Gallery
  • customize "print screen" button in ubuntu
  • obconf ported to QT
  • In Conversation with Andreas Raninger
  • S06E23 – Edge of Ubuntu
  • Khan Academy rolls out plan to fund open-source developers

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  • Reiser4 File-System Updated For Linux 3.10 Kernel
  • High prices? Just stop using the software
  • What if we replace GTK/Qt with WebKit?
  • GUADEC 2013 Starts Tomorrow (today)
  • Introducing the new Blender Guru Podcast!
  • Miscellaneous FreeBSD links and news
  • PC-BSD rolling-release updated and 9.2-BETA1 Released
  • The Unforgotten Heroes of oSC13
  • 6 Source Code Search Engines You Can Use For Programming Projects
  • my patches verified and merged
  • Format USB Drive In The Terminal
  • Canonical Starts Work On Mir Multi-Monitor Handling
  • Reiser4 File-System Shows Decent Performance On Linux 3.10
  • mpg123 and ogg123: Two workhorses
  • Upgrade From Fedora 18 To Fedora 19 With FedUp
  • SunFlower Twin-Panel File Manager for Ubuntu Derivatives
  • The Guy Who Turned Off Cookies In Firefox Just Quit The 'Do Not Track' Negotiations
  • How to create a self-extracting archive or installer in Linux
  • How to generate documentation from source code in Linux
  • You Can Now Try KDE Frameworks 5 On Kubuntu
  • Joshua Lock is the new maintainer of Brasero
  • VimGenius for learning and practicing Vim
  • How to install a printer in Ubuntu
  • No more “unknown” icons in Dolphin
  • FLOSS Weekly 259

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  • Martin Michlmayr gets the O'Reilly Open Source Award
  • Announcing Season of KDE 2013
  • Gnash Flash Player Still Advancing, But No New Release
  • The Old Reader to shut down – in 2 weeks, Old Reader Alternatives
  • Twitter reportedly hiring for its new office in Sunnyvale
  • Whisker Menu Update Brings Support for Keyboard shortcuts & more
  • NVIDIA's Linux Driver On Ubuntu Is Very Competitive With Windows 8
  • Mandriva announces New ServicePlace
  • Version 4.1 pushes LibreOffice across the 500 border, Contest Results
  • What inspires Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst?
  • Gentoo Vanilla sources stabilization policy change
  • Marble: an open source alternative to Google Earth
  • AudioCD. Week 6.

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  • Padre Review – Perl Scripting Environment
  • Open source races to the top
  • Open Source Alternatives that Ease the Transition to Linux
  • Linux Groupadd Command – Adding New Groups
  • Track your dives with Subsurface!
  • Installing Netflix on Kubuntu
  • Open Source Conference 2013 Okinawa
  • herrie: Similar, yet different; orpheus: An appealing arrangement
  • DynDNS and ddclient: access your Linux from anywhere
  • In-depth coverage of 3 Popular Command Line Music Players
  • Four ways to generate or process Inkscape vector graphics automatically
  • mplayer and alsaplayer: A text-only twofer; cvlc: Surprise of the week
  • Desktop Publishing Software Scribus 1.4.3 Fixes Scrapbook
  • Liferea 1.10.1a Is an Excellent Alternative to Google News
  • Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition to Arrive on Steam for Linux, Soon
  • How To Use And Configure Your Xbox 360 Controller on Linux
  • G-Videos new design won’t be ready for 3.10 ..but
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