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5 Excellent ToDo List Apps For Linux

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makeuseof.com: Most Gnome users probably use Evolution, the default PIM, to manage their tasks and ToDo lists. However, if you are like me, who is not a user of Evolution and are looking for a native standalone ToDo list app for your Linux machine, here are 5.

10 Individuals who have contributed the most to FOSS

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l2admin.com: This is a followup to my previous post on the top 5 companies involved in enterprise Linux. enjoy!

Two Linux Twitter Clients: Twidge and Tircd

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itmanagement.earthweb: Most Twitter and other micro-blogging clients use the same interface as Twitter.com, but two new free software clients make Twitter easy to use from the command-line or an IRC client.

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 298

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Linux

This week in DistroWatch Weekly:

  • Review: First look at PC-BSD 7.1

  • News: Linux Foundation to include Novell Build Service, Moblin aims for 2-second boot, Fedora 11 64-bit beta re-issued, FreeBSD hits 20,000 ports, new Debian leader announced, Kubuntu prepares KDE 3 images, Ubunchu! manga
  • Released last week: Linux Mint 6 "Fluxbox" and "KDE", PC-BSD 7.1
  • Upcoming releases: Parsix GNU/Linux 3.0, Ubuntu 9.04 RC
  • New additions: Baltix GNU/Linux, Canaima GNU/Linux, Toorox
  • New distributions: TurnKey Linux, ayuOS
  • Reader comments

Read more in this week's issue of DistroWatch Weekly....

Mandriva 2009.1 Preview and Screenshots

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MDV

techenclave.com: Mandriva one of the leading distro provider has finally released their last testing version for their upcoming spanking distro named 2009.1 Spring ... 2009.1 tries mend the flaws that 2009.0 came with..

Intel, Google warn of Open Source risks

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theinquirer.net: IN MOST OPEN sauce fairy tales, little Linux developers tremble in fear at the mention of the big, bad Vole, but with Google and Intel now seemingly joining Microsoft in its huffing and puffing, the story of open sourcery could do with a refresh.

Eeebuntu: The perfect netbook OS

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Ubuntu

blogs.techrepublic.com: Recently, I purchased a Linux-based EeePC. I bought it for easy “packing” so I could have the means to write in serious “go mode.” It worked well but there was something that bothered me a bit - the pre-installed OS.

Steve McIntyre re-elected Debian leader

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itwire.com: British developer Steve McIntyre has been re-elected leader of the Debian GNU/Linux project (DPL) for 2009-10.

GNOME vs. KDE: The Final Smackdown

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KDE
Software

linux-mag.com: Hello ladies and gentleman, and welcome to the Linux Magazine Arena in beautiful downtown San Francisco! We’re here for tonight’s main event; GNOME vs. KDE; The Final Smackdown!

Back and Better Than Ever--PCLinuxOS 2009.1

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PCLOS

extremetech.com: It's been quite a while since the last update to PCLinuxOS back in 2007. While Ubuntu and other distros come out every 6 months, PCLinuxOS is considered a "rolling release distribution" that gets updated regularly as new stuff appears in the PCLinuxOS repository. So was it worth the wait?

The openSUSE beast

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SUSE

thesiliconjungle.wordpress: A young, naive explorer stands in front of the cave. Inside this cave lives openSUSE, the legendary giant that is said by some to be the most powerful beast of all, and the explorer is out to tame it. He enters.

The Netbook Newbie's Guide to Linux

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reghardware.co.uk: Episode 5 I opened up my Acer Aspire One again after a prolonged interval while I was involved in a very different project and was puzzled to discover that Live Update was offering me a "Bluetooth patch". It's not just that the hardware doesn't have Bluetooth...

Jaunty Jackalope... the Easter bunny just grew antlers

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Ubuntu

blogs.telegraph.co: As I write this, there are just 10 days until the next release of Ubuntu Linux (due 23rd April). Named "Jaunty Jackalope", it will be the credit crunch busting software solution you've all been desperate for. So what's new, or rather, why should you care?

few odds & ends

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  • A few quick thoughts on Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty)

  • Kernel Mode-Setting Coming To OpenSolaris
  • Linux-Powered Spectrum Takes Casemodding To The Next Level
  • Quick Linux Tips: File Naming

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #137

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Ubuntu

The Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #137 for the week of April 5th- April 11th, 2009 is now available.

Ubuntu 9.04 Beta

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Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu 9.04 Beta

  • Ubuntu 9.04 - Jaunty Jackalope
  • Package caching for Ubuntu (and Debian) lovers
  • Concurrent Booting: make full use of your dual-core, multithreaded or hyperthreaded processors in Ubuntu
  • Linux Mint 6 KDE

Shutter on Ubuntu: is this the mother of all free software Screenshot Utilities?

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Like anyone else who writes about software I like to illustrate my text with timely and relevant screenshots; so I’m always on the lookout for good, free software to get the job done.

Six Best Portable Operating Systems

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lifehacker.com: Why restrict yourself to merely carrying around your data on a thumb drive? Take your entire operating system on your flash drive.

Give Ubuntu Jaunty An Apple Flavour

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bigbrovar.wordpress: The cool thing about linux is that it can be and look like anything you want, and why you may never be able to tweak your Mac or Windows to look like Gnome, its the direct opposite with Linux. So this month i decide to give my laptop an apple flavor.

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