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  • Compiler Optimization Bugs and World Domination

  • Checkpatch and Checkfiles
  • Smack Updates
  • USB Simply MEPIS install
  • Continued Impressions of Kubuntu 7.10 beta
  • Slashdot: Building success from personal preferences and community conscience
  • Laptop With a Mission Widens Its Audience
  • Linux-based airline seat-back entertainment system is a winner
  • Earth- or Mars-like body likely forming in HD 113766 star system
  • Vista redux: the Linux edition
  • How to add a user to the sudoers list
  • openSUSE 10.3 on PS3 and Other PowerPC Hardware

today's leftovers

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  • Software Freedom Day

  • Kopete for KDE 4.0; Skype 1.4.0 final released
  • Low disk space
  • Linux group calls Microsoft's bluff
  • The Four Freedoms Applied to Software as a Service
  • ODF and OOXML: Something New to Ponder
  • A TortoiseSVN replacement for Ubuntu
  • NFS Client Updates for 2.6.24
  • If I needed one more reason to dismiss Debian...
  • Open Source for Business: Now More Than Ever, Part 1
  • David Pogue on the OLPC
  • NetworkManager 0.7 feature list
  • Will open source desktops succumb to bloat?
  • MyFive: Making Firefox Better
  • Optimized pow() approximation for Java and C / C++

a few statistics:

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  • Swedish police saves 400 cars by using MySQL

  • Hardware4linux : more than 1500 systems reported and ranked
  • LATU Uruguay Buying 100,000 OLPC XO's Over Classmate PC!!

today's leftovers

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  • Upcoming Ubuntu release to improve features for educators, general, power users

  • DVDs with DeVeDe
  • Hang On...Why Am I Still Using Windows?
  • Workrave fights repetitive strain injuries
  • Ubuntu - steps to wifi
  • Speaking of Linux…
  • Hubble snaps brilliant image of young star cluster inside NGC 3603
  • Tiny Linux Hits the Streets
  • Can Linux save the UMPC from extinction?
  • Pluggable Schedulers vs. Pluggable Security

today's leftovers

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  • Why choose proprietary software over open source? Survey says!

  • A Dog Barks, The Wind Blows, A Server Reboots…
  • Book Review: The Official Damn Small Linux Book
  • Red Hat Certified Challenge: History of open source
  • Flush your Postfix queue
  • Open source entrepreneur turns his hobby into an Inc. 500 enterprise
  • Linux Done Right (personals edition): Linux shop seeks Linux vendor
  • Rolling Releases
  • When a user logs in what files are updated in UNIX / Linux
  • Tomorrow openSUSE 10.3 is released - Everything about the 3D effects
  • eBay: Botnets are Linux-happy
  • Levanta freshens up Linux server cure-all

today's leftovers

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  • Top 27 cool apps to install on Ubuntu...

  • Open source vendor takes on Microsoft Project
  • Open Sauce, government-run map site canes Google's
  • Calvin College Linux Installfest
  • First Look NimbleX sub100 LiveCD
  • Quickly Add/Remove Multiple packages with apt-get
  • Open source development goes Mac-tastic

today's leftovers

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  • Hand-Me-Down Linux: The Notebook Edition

  • What else did Evans survey say?
  • Alexander Wolfe: In Debate Over Desktop Linux, It All Comes Down To Money
  • Gauging Microsoft threat to Europe's Linux users
  • SELinux — is it *really* too complex?
  • OLPC revisited - a skeptics view
  • Open source vs. proprietary software bugs: which get squashed fastest?

today's leftovers

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  • How to use FTP in Ubuntu Linux

  • Why OLPC mesh wireless networking won’t work
  • Linux crashes the mobile party
  • SSH beyond the command line
  • FOSS Bridge pairs companies in EU and Vietnam
  • Nerds auction skills for dates
  • Kernel Message Logging API

some howtos, shorts, and leftovers

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  • Howto: SSH without a password

  • Obscure Linux Commands: Cheating At Word Games
  • Key Authentication for SSH with GUI Configuration in Fedora and Ubuntu
  • Six Keys to the Success of Desktop Linux
  • Pamela Jones gets gong
  • steveno: Debian
  • steveno: Wolvix
  • openSUSE 10.3 almost ready
  • OpenSuse 10.3 is a dissapointment
  • Qtparted - a graphical partition editor
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