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# Third beta of KDE PIM Suite uses Akonadi
# Using the HAVP anti-virus proxy to protect from web attacks
# Backports now an official Debian repository
# Install Compiz Anaglyph Plugin-real 3D screen/window in Ubuntu
# Is Microsoft Funding Anti-Google Investigation?
# Screen capture tour of Mandriva 2010 Spring installation
# Installing #Cherokee on #CentOS 5.5
# FOX Desktop and some graphical apps
# Get to know Linux: Using grep
# Wget: Manage network Bandwidth rate and Quota using Wget
# OpenMEEG: opensource software for quasistatic bioelectromagnetics
# Install Compiz Fusion And Extra Effects Ubuntu 10.10
# Fair, Reasonable And Non-Discriminatory...Ain't
# Linux and Breakfast Cereals
# Use SuperOS Repos in Ubuntu
# How to block Messengers using squid
# Open source projects under microscope
# 2 monitor radeon xorg.conf
# Open Innovation Awards 2010: List of Finalists
# Converseen- A mass images converter

today's leftovers & howtos:

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  • GIMP howto: Attack of the Clones!
  • Install/Run Turbo C/C++ IDE on Linux
  • Going Linux Sep 05: #113 - Listener Feedback
  • Add desktop icons to KDE and GNOME
  • GNOME Activity Journal gets major performance improvements
  • Linux Beginners Q&A | LAS! s13e06
  • Stripes – KDE be free, freeBSD
  • GUI Program to install ath9k_htc (Atheros Linux Driver)
  • Cardapio - A lean application menu and launcher for Gnome
  • Screenshots from 120Mhz
  • Anamnesis - A New Linux Clipboard Manager With Full-Text Search
  • Fedora Systemd Test Day on Tuesday 2010/09/07

today's howtos & leftovers:

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  • Linux Tip: How to instantly spell suggestions?
  • Nightingale - Songbird Fork Soon Going to Have First Release
  • How to turn Ubuntu into a Gaming platform?
  • Hidden Linux: Moving /home
  • Strategy Sucks (openSUSE)
  • Some notes on Flash in Debian and Debian Edu
  • The BSD Show! – 2010-09-01
  • Linux Containers and Networking
  • Compiz Vignetted dim
  • How to Edit the Context Menu in Firefox
  • Summary of Less command
  • Custom hardware modeling with QEMU (ELC 2010)
  • How to install Web Developer Tools in Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu: Restore the Keyboard Command for Killing the X Server
  • Speeding Up Debian GNU/Linux Desktop Performance

today's leftovers:

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  • Jos Poortvliet: Banshee & GNOME
  • MySQL Connector Released for OpenOffice.org
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2010.09.03
  • Keep On Rockin’ Me Baby (Banshee)
  • Unofficial OpenSUSE FAQ - www.opensusefaq.org
  • Interviews from GUADEC, Part 3
  • Ridiculous Findings
  • Neofonie WeTab now runs MeeGo Linux
  • Review: Mandriva 2010.1 Spring
  • Zeitgeist Log Manager (Mockup)
  • Collapse of M$

today's leftovers:

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  • Does your FOSS project need a new logo?
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 2 Episode 16
  • Qt and Layouts
  • Your worst enemy: undefined symbols
  • Google Video Chat for openSUSE
  • Calling all Fedora packrats and swag collectors
  • Searching the desktop with Pinot and Catfish
  • Should OpenSolaris users consider moving to FreeBSD?
  • Red Hat hits 52-week high after boost from analyst firm
  • Ubuntu in Education
  • Open Source Software is “coming of age”: Accenture
  • Review: KDE 4.5
  • Review: sidux 2010-01 "Hypnos"
  • Announcing WriteType 1.0.98
  • PDFCreator: Easy PDFs From Anywhere
  • FLOSS Weekly 133: LinuxMCE
  • ‘Evil’ Eric Schmidt Debuts in Video Targeting Google Privacy

today's leftovers:

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  • Clonezilla – a monster backup utility
  • ArtistX 0.9 Screenshots
  • More GPL enforcement work again...
  • ZFS Support Will Continue In FreeBSD
  • KDE and the Masters of the Universe – 2010-09-01
  • Elementary Firefox Skin coming soon to Ubuntu
  • Firefox 4 vs. Firefox 3 — Visible Differences
  • Top 10 Applications For Linux
  • My Debian Involvement
  • Pogoplug ships simple business Linux server
  • Elegant Gnome Theme Pack 0.7 Released With Lots More
  • Notebook has dual-core Atom, discrete graphics
  • Ubuntu 10.10 Opera Skin
  • Choosing an Open Source Systems Management Solution
  • Open source PS3 hack code posted
  • Rest Well, My Friend (Ian Clatworthy passed)
  • The State of Oracle/Sun Grid Engine
  • Release: KDE Partition Manager Live CD 1.0.3
  • LinuxCertified Aids Development and Testing of Linux Device Drivers
  • Software Freedom Day to be marked in Melbourne
  • GNU Spotlight with Karl Berry
  • An Ubuntu social network
  • September Project of the Month: GPL Ghostscript

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  • Samsung N150 Plus Netbook -> UNE
  • One Click FTP, Create FTP Server Transfer Profiles
  • Default Wallpaper for Ubuntu 10.10
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #208
  • Aussie gamer loses Playstation court fight
  • KDE and the Masters of the Universe – 2010-08-31
  • Fedora 14 Preupgrade Test Day this Thursday
  • Hands-On With Stream TV’s Surprising, Open Source-Friendly Tablet
  • PCLinuxOS Complaints
  • What Paul Allen and Larry Ellison Have in Common
  • SchilliX 0.7.1 Released Atop The Final OpenSolaris Code
  • BE: Political party moving to a complete open source desktop
  • Top 10 Open Source Bug Tracking Systems
  • Is your company afraid of Linux?, Part 2, Part 1
  • State of Gentoo Prefix
  • EU: Rise in use of EUPL for publishing open source software
  • Vera Blanc Episode 2 “Ghost In The Castle” Is Out!
  • A New Commodore 64?

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  • VMware should buy Novell
  • Software Freedom Day is Coming
  • Breaking the Internet in one easy step
  • My life with Ben, episode 3
  • EE: Tallin city and college fund poll and referenda application
  • UK: 'Government use of ODF would help break vendor lock-in'
  • Keep on...
  • streamtuner2 Live internet radio browser
  • Oracle and Apple have public ties
  • Interview with SevenL Networks, 6 Year Gentoo Sponsor
  • Paul Allen's Complaint Against the World, as text
  • DOOM DOOM DOOM
  • Wind River launches Linux developer community
  • open source Linux-based cell tower
  • Review: The Official Ubuntu Book
  • Time trackers for the console
  • Linux Basement - Episode 60 - Spork You Oracle
  • Empathy's Meta-Contacts feature Gets Detailed

some howtos & stuff:

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  • Howto enable thinkpad hotkeys in Ubuntu 10
  • Boot ubuntu 10.04 faster
  • une-gconf-default gconf file missing error while updating
  • Join the KDE Game
  • Apple and open source forced to team up
  • My life with Ben, episode 2
  • sudo install, usage and sudoers config file basics
  • A less known thing about cloning git repositories
  • Are these actually PC problems?
  • How to make a Cosmic Wallpaper in GIMP
  • Huawei E1550 in Ubuntu 10.04.1
  • Drupal on the rise in government with ALRC website win
  • OIN seeks to overturn weak patents

today's leftovers & howtos:

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  • Install Ubuntu from a Linux partition
  • Ofris - Deep Freeze Like Application
  • Fix low screen resolution at Ubuntu 10.04 start up
  • The Chzo Mythos Gets An Update
  • Booting iso images with GRUB 2
  • Psensor - A Graphical Temperature Monitor
  • Software Freedom Law Center opens branch in India
  • Live Penguins
  • mount Linux LVM volume partitions
  • A few notes for Arch Linux
  • Linux Outlaws 165 - Hairy Fridays
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