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Various news items of interest

Let Emacs help you out with assistance from the editor

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Part 7 of this series shows you why Emacs is the self-documenting editor, and the many ways in which you can take advantage of the help and assistance offered in this editor. In this tutorial, learn about describing keystrokes, commands, and functions. You'll also read, browse, and search through a complete Emacs reference manual.

GREAT NEWS: Top Linux Multimedia Player MPlayer Now on Windows Mobile

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MPlayer is one of the most popular Linux/Unix media player ... we all know that, don't we. Now, thanks to XDA-Developers forum member amitv_17, the porting to Windows Mobile has started.

some shorts and more howtos:

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  • How-to disable Touchpad on Linux

  • A Different Firefox
  • A GTK2 tabbed terminal emulator
  • Setting Up a Private Nethack Server on Ubuntu Lite
  • My Ubuntu Setup - Part Two - Software - Part Two

some leftovers

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  • mounting ftp host to local directory on top of fuse

  • A year with Linux on the desktop
  • Linux: Fuse Writable Mmap
  • My Ubuntu Setup - Part Two - Software - Part One
  • Dark GTK theme issues
  • OpenDocument Foundation’s ‘woes’ have little to do with OpenDoc Format’s future
  • PhpPgAdmin: The Web developer's client tool for Postgres
  • People of openSUSE: Federico Mena-Quintero
  • Macedonia picks Ubuntu for 20,000 PCs
  • Why I Started a XO User Club for Children in Houston
  • The fastest computers are Linux computers

some shorts, leftovers, and stuff

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  • Ubuntu JeOS 7.10 Released

  • The death of pam_console
  • EContent Magazine selects Drupal as one of 100 top companies
  • Mantis helps developers eat bugs
  • PC-BSD is a GNU/Linux killer
  • 49 Open Source Projects in the Spotlight
  • PC-BSD version 1.4 to be carried in All Fry's Electronics Stores nationwide
  • When I sat up at Comdex
  • Radeon X1250 Supported By RadeonHD
  • 2008 Linux Symposium information

today's leftovers

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  • Not the final ones, but... another Oxygen Wallpaper

  • PXE Kickstart Installations Basics
  • Configuring kanguru (huawei e220 modem) on openSUSE 10.3
  • Qt frontend for PackageKit
  • If the truth about Linux hurts … shoot the messenger
  • Sebastien Bacher: GNOME and Ubuntu
  • Developer crafts Linux support for Logitech Harmony remote controls
  • NVClock to Phoronix: I'm not dead yet!
  • Flipping angry with Ubuntu
  • The Linux revolution has started!
  • Is Open Source Recession-Proof?
  • Perl 5.10 for People Who Aren't Totally Insane
  • MailX - Mail Facility via Terminal
  • Bash Shell Completing File, User and Host Names Automatically
  • IPBlock - Graphical IP Blocker
  • Linux Files and Folders Local Copying
  • Android vs. OpenMoko: Who Will Win?

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  • aseigo: chinny chin chin

  • Benchmark your system in Ubuntu
  • Retrieving Linux Standard Base and Distro Information
  • Nice games for your Linux box
  • Fedora Firstboot
  • Linux Vs Bsd - a comparison
  • Desktop Linux old and new
  • Ubuntu Customization Kit 2.0 is out
  • Don't cry for Microsoft (the truth is, it never loved you)
  • My Own Linux Distro: The Beginning
  • BBC Radio Player and Linux
  • Worldwide Mandriva Linux 2008 install fest
  • Update on the Firefox 3 Linux Theme
  • Rory Reiser Thinks His Dad May Have Killed His Mom

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  • Installation of openSUSE 10.3 (10.2 to 10.3 upgrade)

  • the ubuntu project
  • Interesting Changes For GNOME 2.21.2
  • How a bread truck invented the internet
  • Ars on Ubuntu Gutsy
  • How to set up your own Debian Linux Mirror
  • How Do Penguins Build Their Nests?
  • Yahoo to launch open source program
  • Linux: Scheduler Fixes
  • Debian Ubuntu - Webcam in Yahoo! Chatrooms
  • Ubuntu: Last nail in the coffin
  • Put a puppy in your PC Part 1
  • Does Ubuntu Need a New Flavor Aimed At Developers?
  • Mozilla to make Firefox memory issues a priority

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  • Does anyone care about the MS-Novell agreement besides, well, MS and Novell?

  • Things that don't work when you save Writer documents in Word format
  • MS and OSS: BFFs? More Like 'Frenemies'
  • From Gentoo to Ubuntu
  • Plasma goes userfriendly (II)
  • Does Ubuntu’s documentation stink?
  • CellWriter: Open source handwriting recognition for Linux
  • How the proprietary world can cope with open source: Learning from Novell
  • Linux is better than Windows
  • aseigo: more good news
  • Ubuntu-U or Two Communities Collide
  • People of openSUSE: Jigish Gohil
  • Open Season: Oracle hunger fallout - Will Red Hat survive?
  • CentOS 5 NAS Cluster

today's leftovers

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  • APT loves to leave orphans... and Everybody just loves the orphans!

  • Burning a live Linux CD using Windows
  • Red Hat’s big day
  • KDE 4.0 beta 4 released, extensive end user testing to begin
  • Krita: Live Filter Previews
  • plasma update: xrandr, multiple panels
  • Firefox 3 Tab Switcher
  • AppArmor's Security Goals
  • Time Machine for linux
  • US Navy acquisitions site uses open source CMS
  • Linux - A Free Alternative To Windows
  • Ubuntu killed my laptop!
  • Novell Names New Channel Chief
  • Ubuntu 7.10 vs Windows XP : The Story of the Hotel Printer

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  • Constructing the Bazaar: Taking advantage of the open-source development model

  • The Ubuntu Book
  • matroska + vobsub + subtitles … finally!
  • Why Gphone Will Use Ubuntu
  • Asus EeePC - too awesome to not talk about
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 4th November 2007
  • Tried the openSUSE gnome live cd.
  • Popularizing Linux
  • NVIDIA's ESA Standard For Linux?
  • Mom's Using Ubuntu with a Non-Ascii Character Set

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  • Microsoft vs. Mandriva, aka Godzilla vs. Bambi

  • Everex Readies Sub-$300 Linux Notebooks
  • It’s not a Google PC

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  • How to install Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon) in Parallels Desktop for OS X

  • A survey of existing Linux patents
  • How to connect Motorola V3X to ubuntu 7.04 trough USB
  • Tips and tricks: Gentoo Linux on a Samsung Q45 laptop
  • OOo: Another way to tweak labels, and save the format
  • 1-Click install of GIMP 2.4 on OpenSUSE
  • HP releases multi-level security services for RHEL5
  • Intel and OLPC: Friends that Fight like Brothers
  • GPLv3, bug fixes, and complexity

few leftovers

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  • How to fix broken Firefox extensions

  • Transformation at Red Hat?
  • All pieces together (Lancelot)
  • Noncertified Linux professionals make more than certified peers
  • How to be a faithful fan

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  • PCLinuxOS 2007 voted best Live CD Distro

  • Doing my job the opensource way
  • Finally Got 3D Desktop Effects in My Ubuntu Gutsy (ATI Hardware)
  • My new job
  • PCLinuxOS
  • Idiot Bug of the Day
  • Linux: General Purpose Input/Output Framework
  • Meet the Tuxers
  • GP2X Game - Super Mario War (Nintendo Fan Game)
  • BBC tech chief hits back at iPlayer critics
  • Giant firewall runs Linux
  • Google mobile OS to surface in 2 weeks?

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  • DisplayConfig-GTK Saves The Day

  • New Display Tool Coming In Fedora 9
  • Spinning Down Hard Drives in OpenSuse 10.3
  • Red Hat coder moving to Mozilla
  • Current state of Ubuntu switch over
  • Open source Halloween: what scares you most?
  • powertop helps to save 40% of power consumption
  • Ubuntu Tricks today
  • How to remove old kernel images
  • New York Times opens up code
  • Mozilla: We don't need your stinkin' money
  • Ubuntu Presentation at Columbia Teacher’s College
  • Quickzi: How to determine file types on Linux
  • Corporate open source advice

short takes

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  • UT3 Linux: It Will Ship When It's Ready

  • Vista vs. Gutsy Gibbon
  • Apple adds support for ODF
  • How to Enable More Compiz effect in Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon

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  • Hyperic First Enterprise Systems Management Vendor To Support Ubuntu’s Gutsy
  • Gibbon Release

  • Hot Drives: Dealing with SMART data on OpenSuse 10.3
  • Linus Torvalds on gcc thread-safety
  • Linux Security Modules Maintainers
  • Novell cries Wolfe
  • Spanish computer shops to sell Free Software
  • Compiler Misoptimizations

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  • It's confirmed: Gutsy is killing your HDD!

  • Explanation of Ubuntu Hard Drive Wear and Tear
  • Experimental Support for Compiz-Fusion on Foresight
  • Simple PHP for Dumping a Berkeley Database
  • Alan Cox on open-source development vs. proprietary development
  • rambling forward to 4.0
  • Kivio: Powerful, easy to use Linux flowcharting
  • Palamida: Rival snitched open-source database
  • Joomla! Vs. Drupal - The Nitty Gritty
  • Legit Linux Codecs In the U.S.
  • Laptop foundation production delay means shortage
  • New Laptop: Install Gentoo

Slashdot Turns Ten

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Slashdot, part of SourceForge, Inc., the web site that pioneered community-generated content, will celebrate its tenth anniversary on October 25, 2007. To celebrate the anniversary, Slashdot is hosting a free event at Palo Alto's Blue Chalk Bistro, where members of the community can meet the site's founders and editorial team.

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