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Cross platform doesn’t exists

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expobrain.net: When you write code in Python you can be almost sure your code will run on different operating systems. I say almost sure, not completely sure, because some of the libraries and packages you are using can have different behaviors on different systems.

Linux super-duper admin tools: OProfile

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dedoimedo.com: A few weeks ago, we've learned about strace, a simple yet powerful system debugging tool that allows you to trace the system calls during the execution of a process, allowing you to solve many problems quickly and efficiently. It's time to step up the geeky fun a notch and learn about OProfile.

Make your Ubuntu smarter than Windows 7

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reviewglitz.com: I am a linux guy and most of you will be thinking that why I am writing this. Let me say , even though many people are agreeing with the statement Ubuntu is always better than Windows, there are a lot of people how think that Ubuntu has too few applications available for use. I assure you that you can make your ubuntu linux much more better in doing things.

‘freaking awesome’ – 3D support on nouveau

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happyassassin.net: Nouveau’s 3D support recently became available in Rawhide / Fedora 13 with an update to the mesa-dri-drivers-experimental package. I was impressed when it ran Compiz, really impressed when it ran Neverball, but running Spring is nuts.

Hidden Gem in Totem

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mairin.wordpress: This morning Nicu sent me a video. ‘i wish there was a way to get totem to go frame-by-frame.’ Turns out there is!

Download every SI 2010 swimsuit photo with a Perl script

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downloadsquad.com: Don't you just love random tips? Justin, a Download Squad reader, just pointed out a rather neat Perl script that downloads every Sports Illustrated 2010 swimsuit photo.

Winter Olympics on Linux

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tirania.org/blog: The amazing Moonlight Team lead by Chris Toshok just released Preview 2 of Moonlight 3 just in time for the Winter Olympics' broadcast.

The five most popular corporate open-source programs

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blogs.computerworld: We all know that lots of companies use open-source software. Trying to get a handle on what open-source programs they use can be a little harder. That's why OpenLogic, an open-source software support company's recent report on both their growth and what programs businesses are asking for help with is interesting.

Still more console chat and messenger apps

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kmandla.wordpress.com: It seems like every time I scrounge the Internet looking for console applications, I trip over two or three chat clients or an instant messenger or two. They breed like rabbits.

Google Buzz Not Getting Much Love

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  • Google Buzz Not Getting Much Love
  • Google acquires social search engine Aardvark
  • Why Google Buzz Isn't Buzzworthy
  • Buzz off: Disabling Google Buzz
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ImageMagick Security Bug Puts Sites at Risk

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