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Story Leftovers: Ubuntu Rianne Schestowitz 10/10/2015 - 10:50pm
Story Leftovers: Gaming Rianne Schestowitz 10/10/2015 - 10:48pm
Story Open Access (Textbooks/Commons) Rianne Schestowitz 10/10/2015 - 8:01pm
Story Linux Devices Rianne Schestowitz 10/10/2015 - 7:58pm
Story Lawyers Versus FOSS Licensing Rianne Schestowitz 10/10/2015 - 7:56pm
Story Announced at LinuxCon Europe 2015 Rianne Schestowitz 10/10/2015 - 7:54pm
Story A Few Worrisome Regressions Appear In Ubuntu 15.04 vs. 15.10 Performance Rianne Schestowitz 10/10/2015 - 7:53pm
Story Leftovers: KDE Rianne Schestowitz 10/10/2015 - 7:50pm
Story today's leftovers Roy Schestowitz 10/10/2015 - 4:22pm
Story Leftovers: Gaming Roy Schestowitz 10/10/2015 - 4:19pm

Garshasp – Looking Good

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  • Garshasp – Looking Good
  • Robombs - Free Bomberman multiplayer
  • Bombermania - A nice 3D bomberman in old castle
  • Vote For'Steel Storm' Best 'Indie Game of the Year
  • Brukkon Puzzle Available Ubuntu "For Purchase"

Sabayon – Woes and Whoas of Upgrades

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Linux Seems to be some woes and whoas running rampant in the community. Lets take a look and see what some of the popular ones are. Most of the issues are after a fresh install and than doing the upgrades via the package manager to get your system current with the repositories.

do “open UIs suck”? or do “UIs without vision suck”?

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Software Tim Lee is quite close to something very smart here, I think, and related to something I’ve been pondering for a while: why are so many open source software UIs typically bad?

LibreOffice Rethinks the Office Suite

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LibO LibreOffice only forked from six weeks ago. Already, however, news about its future directions is starting to trickle out. The details are sometimes sketchy, but they suggest that LibreOffice and could diverge more quickly than most observers imagined.

Rootkits to identify exploits on your Linux system

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Software Recently one of my servers was hacked and my first reaction was to freak out and panic. After I calmed myself down, I had no idea where to start looking for backdoors that maybe installed on the system.

The ~200 Line Linux Kernel Patch That Does Wonders

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Linux In recent weeks and months there has been quite a bit of work towards improving the responsiveness of the Linux desktop with some very significant milestones building up recently and new patches continuing to come.

Open Source and the Federal Budget Squeeze, Part 1

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OSS "If there's anything federal agencies put a premium on, it's streamlining costs," said Jaspersoft CEO Brian Gentile. "Deploying open source software generally takes less time and fewer resources than proprietary software.

Sabayon Linux Review

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Linux In my quest to replace Ubuntu before Canonical can force me over to Unity, I came across Gentoo. Gentoo is unique operating system. It utilizes a unique bsd like port system called portage.

Ubuntu 10.10 Draws More Partners Towards Canonical

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Ubuntu Canonical, the commercial sponsor of Ubuntu, has signed several significant partnerships following the release last month of Ubuntu 10.10.

Virtual Users/Domains With Postfix, Courier, MySQL, SquirrelMail (Ubuntu 10.10)

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This document describes how to install a Postfix mail server that is based on virtual users and domains, i.e. users and domains that are in a MySQL database. I'll also demonstrate the installation and configuration of Courier (Courier-POP3, Courier-IMAP), so that Courier can authenticate against the same MySQL database that Postfix uses. The resulting Postfix server is capable of SMTP-AUTH and TLS and quota. Passwords are stored in encrypted form in the database. In addition to that, this tutorial covers the installation of Amavisd, SpamAssassin and ClamAV so that emails will be scanned for spam and viruses. I will also show how to install SquirrelMail as a webmail interface so that users can read and send emails and change their passwords.

today's leftovers:

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  • Make your own games with Syntensity
  • Comments on Perens' Comments on Software Patents
  • Schmidt: Google Chrome OS 'a few months away'
  • Kmart debuts $180 Android tablet
  • GIMP's Van Gogh filter - Does something that nobody understands
  • Attn: Slackware 13.0 | Thunderbird Users
  • Top 10 Firefox Add-ons to Make Browsing Safe, Secure and Private
  • KNotify Plugins
  • 3 Triangle titans pile up billions in cash
  • KDE 4.4 on Slackware 13.1
  • F# development under Mac OS X and Linux
  • Ebay using Drupal
  • Introducing the Halls - Developers of Qimo 2.0
  • Fedora Board likely to reconsider SQLNinja, but should they?

some howtos & such:

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  • Save disk space by excluding useless files with dpkg
  • Explore Linux /proc File System
  • Open source programming for beginners
  • Fix Left Click not working after upgrading to Ubuntu 10.10
  • How to modify the F-Spot database
  • Firefox over ssh -X
  • How to Enable Non-ASCII Characters on Linux
  • vnc error: "Could not acquire name on session bus."
  • Extinguishing Firesheep for safe WiFi browsing
  • Roll your own 64-bit Lubuntu with Compiz
  • Delivering to a Maildir folder, but marking as read
  • Linux watch command – an alternative to at/cron/while?
  • Drupal 6: Theme Engines and Sub-themes
  • Make vmware 7.1.2 run with opensuse 11.4

Debian 6.0 Homestretch Just Around Corner

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Linux Neil McGovern, Debian release team member, issued another release update as Debian 6 moves glacially yet inevitably toward release. Bug reports, documentation updates, and remaining blockers are among the topics discussed.

What Brave New World Is This?

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randomguy3.wordpress: As most of you are probably aware, HAL is dead. So let us all cry out: HAL is dead, long live… what, exactly?

Should Companies That Use Open Source Software Pay a Tithe?

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OSS The founder of search engine Duck Duck Go just pledged 10 percent of the site's income--will anyone follow suit?

Natty Community Team Plans

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  • Jono Bacon: Natty Community Team Plans
  • a bid to deflect criticism of Ubuntu?
  • Ubuntu: Project, Platform, Products
  • New Introduction Video To Ubuntu 10.10
  • Make it really easy to fix bugs on Ubuntu

Linux Mint 10

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Linux Whenever a new version of Ubuntu is released, you can be sure a new version of Linux Mint will soon follow. This time around it’s Linux Mint 10.

Try the uzbl browser if you're tired of feature bloat

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Software Seven years ago, many computer users found a new Web browser that was a breath of fresh air after dealing with the long-term feature creep, security problems, and unreliability. 21 April 2009 marked the first commit in the GitHub project for a browser called uzbl.

MariaDB 5.2 is released as stable

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monty-says.blogspot: I am happy to announce that MariaDB 5.2.3 is now released as a stable release.

Oracle releases Solaris 11 Express

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OS This version of the OS can be used for testing and development only and includes network virtualization capabilities

Also: Oracle responds to Apache Java defiance

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