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Blog entry How to rename files in bulk chickenkinwing 14/08/2014 - 2:10am
Story Hands on: LG G3 Android smartphone Rianne Schestowitz 13/08/2014 - 11:52pm
Story Leftovers: Software Roy Schestowitz 13/08/2014 - 10:39pm
Story Leftovers: Gaming Roy Schestowitz 13/08/2014 - 10:38pm
Story Linux vs. Windows Internet Battle No Longer Exists Because Linux Is Winning Roy Schestowitz 13/08/2014 - 8:30pm
Story Distros, Damned Lies, and Statistics Roy Schestowitz 13/08/2014 - 8:19pm
Story First preview for Slackware of Plasma 5 Roy Schestowitz 13/08/2014 - 8:07pm
Story 64-bit mobile processors for Android L is coming Roy Schestowitz 13/08/2014 - 7:58pm
Story Canonical Closes a pyCADF Exploit in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Rianne Schestowitz 13/08/2014 - 7:35pm
Story Linux-based controller mixes Atom SoC with Kintex-7 FPGA Rianne Schestowitz 13/08/2014 - 7:30pm

few more howtos:

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  • How To Install Flock Browser v1.2 on Ubuntu 8.04

  • Howto Re-install Grub after windows wipes it out
  • Howto Improve NVidia Laptop Graphics Performance in Ubuntu
  • How-To: Make a Simple Amarok Now Playing Script for XChat in Perl

Banshee: beyond the first looks

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Software

celettu.wordpress: I’ve seen a lot of articles lately about the release of Banshee 1.0, the Gnome music player “written in C# on the Mono platform using GNOME technologies.” I do get curious however when people claim that Banshee will replace Rhythmbox as the default Gnome media player on their system. I’ve used Rhythmbox. It’s pretty good. I was curious what Banshee had to offer.

Crystal Ball Sunday #5: Operating System Interoperability

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OS

daniweb.com/blog: Yes, it's Sunday again and you know what that means--Crystal Ball Sunday and new predictions for Linux and Open Source for the coming months. This week I probe application and operating system interoperability.

Top 4 Browsers for Linux Reviewed

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Software

cooltechzone.com: We all know what each offers, but which one best fits different type of users? In this article, I hope to better answer that particular question. And of course, all platforms will be considered, not just Linux.

Also: The Big Three Review: Firefox, Opera and Konqueror

Free software heroes: from Stallman to Google

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OSS

freesoftwaremagazine.com: Every field has its own key individuals who donated much of their time to the ideas they believed in. Their work affects large chunks of the world’s population, and bring amazing changes to the way we see and experience the world. The free software world has its own heroes.

Firefox 3 inflames the browser wars, but why should we care?

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Moz/FF

hydrapinion.com: To me, web browsers are like operating systems – the sooner we don’t have to care about them the better. The day they just sit in the background and let us do what we need to do, quickly and efficiently, will be a happy day indeed.

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #95

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Ubuntu

The Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 95 for the weeks June 8th - June 14th, 2008 is now available. In this issue we cover: Intrepid Alpha 1 delayed, more info about Global Bug Jam, future Brainstorm plans, Server Team Intrepid blueprints, new Ubuntu Members, future of Gobuntu, Kubuntu Tutorial Days, Mark Suttleworth’s response to accusations of proprietary codecs in Ubuntu, open source in UK schools, and much, much more!

Installing An Ubuntu Hardy 8.04 LTS DNS Server With BIND

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Ubuntu
HowTos

This tutorial shows how to set up an Ubuntu Hardy Heron (Ubuntu 8.04 LTS) based server that offers DNS services using BIND. This article is written for the 32-bit version of Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, but should apply to the 64-bit version as well.

How Companies Can Make Linux A Success

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Linux

madpenguin.org: Realizing that "What if" articles tend to bring out the best and worst in people, I thought it was worth exploring this mindset again, just for kicks. In this piece, I want to explore what if the power players in the corporate Linux world actually bothered to make their interests in Linux an all or nothing type of game.

Sabayon Linux 3.5 Official Release: here we come :-)

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Linux

sabayonlinux.org: After months and months and months of hard work, I am happy to say that Sabayon Linux 3.5 final will enter the final beta testing stage within 48 hours and will stay there for a couple of weeks.

How Firefox Outran the Hounds

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Moz/FF

linuxinsider.com: Firefox has risen from humble beginnings -- it was assembled from the scraps left over when Netscape was left for dead -- to become a real thorn in the side of Microsoft. Now, as it prepares to go live with its third version, the open source project's leadership promises more innovation.

few howtos:

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HowTos
  • Ask Linux.com: automounting NTFS, hidden directories, and macro recorders

  • Five Step guide to Run Windows on Linux Machine
  • Killing "Tap to Click"
  • How to list shared library dependencies used by an application
  • Getting a Tablet PC Touchscreen working under Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu tips-use “Ctrl-H” shortcut to show hidden files

Processing RAW files in Linux

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HowTos

polishlinux.org: In this article I’m going to show the benefits of storing the photos in RAW “format”. I’ll be also decribing GNU/Linux tools that can help you with processing such images.

prelink: HOWTO and benchmarks

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Software

quintinriis.com: I’ve used prelink in the past on Ubuntu in an attempt to speed up application loading, but I’ve never actually done any benchmarks to test the results. I decided today to run some simple benchmarks to gauge the performance increase of using prelink.

GIMP 2.5.1 Released

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GIMP

GIMP 2.5.1 is another snapshot from the 2.5 development series. It gives developers and interested users a view into the current development towards GIMP 2.6. Some highlights include further improvements to the status bar, allow the paint velocity to affect brush, and improved the handling of color tool.

Linux Threatens Microsoft Monopoly Overseas

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Linux

osweekly.com: How does Microsoft compete with free? And not just free as in free of cost, but free as in freedom to either pay for support when needed or use an in-house IT team that has seen the coming change with their IT training, hence being fluent in all things Linux. Thus far, it appears that they have been unable to do so.

Essential Ubuntu Desktop Apps

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Software

spinthiras.net: Ubuntu always had a super challenging task of proving worthy to desktop users. Here are some applications which you might have not noticed before but are essential to improve your desktop experience and make Ubuntu on your puter just a little better , enhancing the Ubuntu experience and making your life easier.

today's leftovers

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News
  • How's Mandy so far?

  • Microsoft, the Bully
  • Trying Ubuntu Linux for the First Time
  • Shell Scripting, Factorial Primes And Huge Number Computations On Linux And Unix
  • Open source tour of Europe: Poland
  • GNOME Improvement Areas
  • An interview with ugm6hr
  • In Defense of a Linux Education
  • SLED 10 SP2 makes wireless 3G a snap
  • Site Exploits Linux Programmer's Death On Rainier To Hawk Malware
  • Why I use Gentoo GNU/Linux (video)

Linux Only, Two Months Later

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Ubuntu

kerrywong.com: Since I built my new PC roughly two months ago, I have been running Linux (Ubuntu 8.04 64 bit) as my primary operating system, and I have not looked back.

Charging for GNU/Linux is not the answer

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Linux

freesoftwaremagazine.com: I could hardly believe my eyes when I saw a item entitled “Maybe we should charge for Linux” in an established GNU/Linux site like Linux Today, and from the managing editor no less! Well I just couldn’t let it pass without comment.

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