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Story Raspberry Pi KMS Driver Pull Request Sent For Linux 4.4 Rianne Schestowitz 21/10/2015 - 1:50pm
Story GNOME Games 3.18: A New App To Organize Your Linux Games Rianne Schestowitz 21/10/2015 - 1:48pm
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Story Orbbec Releases Open Source SDK to GitHub for Their Astra 3D Camera Technology Rianne Schestowitz 21/10/2015 - 11:39am
Story How open source took me from a beginner coder to a credited contributor Rianne Schestowitz 21/10/2015 - 11:00am

Ubuntu Software Centre

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  • First peek at ratings n’ reviews in Ubuntu Software Centre
  • rebuttal to "Ubuntu Myopia Continues..."

today's leftovers:

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  • Have a rip-roarin' good time with Handbrake
  • The 2.6.37 kernel is out
  • LibreOffice Is Getting Ready For Ubuntu 11.04
  • Dictatorship Of The Open Source Proletariat
  • Linux Mint Debian Edition, 32 bit Re-spin
  • Speed Up Your Computer In 2011!
  • The Open Source Year Ahead
  • Blender 2.56 beta released
  • Parted Magic 5.8 can boot and fully operate from RAM
  • Mandriva sudoers file has changed
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 28th November 2010
  • New: OOo-DEV 3.x Developer Snapshot
  • Intel Will Work On Better Linux Timing For Ivy Bridge
  • aseigo: fire up the synchrotron
  • Lightweight editors: One audio, one video
  • Phonon Loves Codecs
  • Apache server thumps Microsoft and Google
  • Hole in VLC Media Player
  • Revisiting 2010 Predictions
  • Free as in Freedom: Episode 0x06

some howtos:

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  • Compression programs on Linux
  • Regular Expressions in Grep Command
  • How to Disable SELinux in Fedora 14
  • Understanding Linux File Types
  • Convert Text file Format between Windows/Mac and Ubuntu
  • 2 methods to install Zenoss on Ubuntu 10.10/10.04 – Pro/Cons
  • How to Play Sony Handicam files ( .m2ts ) in Ubuntu
  • Baobab: Disk Usage Analyzer for GNOME
  • HOWTO: Security Reminder - using the Linux kernel in industrial projects
  • Acer Aspire Card Reader on Linux
  • Writing systemd service files
  • Introduction to RAID
  • Howto make SSH listens on multiple port

gtk theme updates

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  • How to Change GDM/Login Screen Background Image in Ubuntu
  • conky colors gets a new "board mode"
  • gtk theme updates: atolm, borderless elementary

NASA Open Source Architecture Wins Apache Support

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OSS A NASA-led project has won the full support of the Apache Software Foundation, bolstering development efforts around Java-based middleware that uses metadata to foster cross-platform collaboration.

Itching for Steam?

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  • Itching for Steam to come to Linux? Get notified instantly when it does
  • Sci-Fi adventure game “Dead Cyborg” coming soon
  • Chocolate Doom 1.5.0 Released

Kylin, a Chinese FreeBSD based, secure O/S

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BSD The Kylin operating system is a server operating system focusing on high performance, availability and security. Its initial developement was funded by a Chinese government-sponsored Research and Development (R&D) program in 2002. The first public version of Kylin was released in 2007.

tabs on Title Bar

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  • Next release of Firefox - beta 9, will have tabs on Title Bar
  • The best and the novelty of Firefox 4

Wayland Back-End For GTK+

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  • Wayland Back-End For GTK+ Pushed Forward
  • Multiple Back-Ends With The GTK+ Wayland Back-End

New SEC Filing Reveals Attachmate-Novell Next Moves

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SUSE How does Attachmate plan to manage Novell’s products and channel partner strategy? An SEC Filing dated January 3, 2011 provides some new clues.

Linux Mint 10 – How Good Is It?

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Linux This morning I read a blog article from Intel in which it was discussed how Linux was once again making inroads on the enterprise. So who conducted the survey? The Linux Foundation. Let me tell you about my recent experience with Linux.

5 Open Source Apps to Edit and Organize Your Photos

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Software If you took a bazillion photos over the holidays and have been dragging your feet about editing and organizing them, we're here to give you a nudge.

Keeping Big Linux Operations on the Same Page

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Linux As data centers have grown in complexity, so has the task of keeping all or even most of the machines on the same page in terms of Linux version control and modeling.

Ubuntu Software Center

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  • Ubuntu Software Center Getting Search Suggestion
  • Windicators ‘not critical’ to 11.04
  • Why Is Canonical Selling An Ubuntu Keyboard With A Windows Key?

Fall was a bad season for Linux

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Linux This past fall saw both Novell and Red Hat taking actions that could potentially harm Linux as a whole. First, Red Hat settled out of court with patent troll Acacia Research, causing concern within the Linux community that Acacia Research would be encouraged to litigate further. Then

FOSS, Business, and Psychopathy

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OSS Sometimes, the naivety in the free and open source software (FOSS) community seems willful. How else to explain the outrage in some circles when another company is caught fulfilling its natural function of maximizing its profits at the expense of FOSS ideals?

5 More Online Data Backup Services for Linux Today, we would like to add five more online data backup services that are mostly as capable as those mentioned on the previous list.

The kernel column – 2010 in review

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Linux 2010 was another exciting year for the Linux kernel and its community. Over the course of four kernel releases and many tens of thousands of mailing list messages, over one thousand individual developers (some working alone, some working for corporations) contributed two new architectures, several new file systems, and drivers.

How to Tell When an Open Source Foundation Isn't About You

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OSS Stephen Walli, now technical director of the Outercurve Foundation, has written a guest post for OStatic, The Rise of Open Source Software Foundations. I guess he thinks Outercurve is one. He explains why Microsoft set up the foundation in the first place, which I have wondered about for quite a while.

Linux everywhere

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Linux 2010 was the year in which Linux took over. Not that many people will have noticed.

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