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  • Novell File Reporter 2.0 Released Today
  • Inside Ubuntu Touch | LAS | s25e09
  • Interview Of Naruhiko Ogasawara, LibreOffice Localizer
  • How Ubuntu Turned Search in the Dash into a PR Crisis
  • At the Gates coming to iOS, Mac and Linux.
  • LibreOffice 4 review - Getting better but ...
  • How to prevent a USB mouse auto-suspending
  • Schedule a Daily MySQL Backup on Your Server
  • Linux Sticky Bit Concept Explained with Examples
  • Counter Strike: Condition Zero Now Ported To Linux
  • EXT4 File-System Updated For Linux 3.9
  • Sabayon 11 KDE Review: Great aesthetics and stable performance

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  • 75 Open Source Replacements for Popular Education Apps
  • The Linux Setup - Dan Gillmor, Journalist
  • You can’t have it until we tell you
  • Kademar 5 preview
  • Cool KDE Users
  • Linux Mint Debian 201303 RC released
  • A nasty local kernel vulnerability
  • Linux rootkits abuse SSH service
  • Mageia on Dell XPS
  • Good Book about Blender coming up - 40% off
  • The GUI You Never Knew You Had: The X-Window System
  • Design your own rocket and test flight with OpenRocket
  • Winners announced for Liberated Pixel Cup
  • RMS
  • NILFS2: A Slow But Dependable Linux File-System
  • What you can do to financially help your favorite distro
  • Sabayon 11 XFCE Review: Extremely refined!

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  • Sony Pirates KDE Artwork
  • Firefox 20 Beta shows off new panel-based Download Manager
  • Red Hat nips, tucks RHEL 6.4 ahead of RHEL 7 later this year
  • OpenMandriva "Secretly" Moving Forward
  • Mandriva unveils the Mandriva Business Server
  • Linux Sound To Be Improved In 3.9 Kernel
  • How To Migrate Linux Between Machines
  • Depression Quest Review
  • Test the reliability and Speed of your DNS in Ubuntu
  • Blender 2.66 Released
  • So, your cronjob did not run
  • GNOME Shell 3.7.9 (3.8 beta) Changelogs
  • What is a pencil used for?

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  • Canonical Ubuntu Linux is STILL not profitable
  • Steam now on Linux –with 60 games
  • Porteus 2.0 Arrives, Replaces Trinity
  • Tablet adventures pt. 2
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 304
  • Open Ballot: Are you excited by the Ubuntu tablet?
  • Another week of rawhide and a note about backups…
  • Ten years
  • Three journaling tools for the Linux desktop
  • why you should never mount guest disk images on the host OS
  • SuperTuxKart Development News
  • Control Your Linux PC With Voice Commands: Siri For Linux?
  • aseigo: control and openness
  • The Luminosity of Free Software, episode 4
  • The new GNOME Shell Interface Arrived!
  • Easily Diagnose Your Network With MTR
  • How to Change the Fonts in GNOME 3
  • Korora 18 (Flo) beta released
  • XFS On Linux 3.9 Takes Care Of Open Issues

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  • Sabayon 11 GNOME, KDE, MATE, and Xfce preview
  • ZaReason Speaks On UEFI
  • Four ways to share files in Linux
  • What Is Btrfs Filesystem (and Why Is It Better?)
  • LibreOffice Writer now supports gradients in text frame backgrounds
  • KDE Plasma Active Running on Nexus 7 (video)
  • Gnuplot—the Grandfather of Graphing Utilities
  • A new show in town
  • Asian Movies, Subtitles, and Linux
  • How To Write Linux Shell Scripts (Part 3)
  • Open-source your product to unlock its full potential
  • How the co-creator of MySQL came to love databases
  • Red Hat pumping up its data play

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  • Meet the GIMP - Episode 186: A new Face
  • Winning The Desktop Wars
  • LibreOffice 4.0: First Take
  • GNOME Classic Fights to Win Users Back
  • Berners-Lee visit: Linux Australia pays up
  • GIMP 2.8.4 has been released
  • Why Open Source Software Is Gaining Traction on Wall Street
  • New LibreOffice turns up the heat on Microsoft
  • Mageia’s upgrade script vs FedUp
  • Anodyne Review
  • Dreamfall Chapters stretch goals to Linux
  • Novell BrainShare, SUSE Linux: Why So Quiet?

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  • SolusOS 1.2 Review
  • Red Hat CEO: Jobs are coming
  • The Samsung laptop issue is not fixed
  • Highlights of LibreOffice 4.0
  • Steam for Linux will have More Launch Titles Than Mac
  • Raspberry Pi to get camera module soon
  • Reload Ubuntu Linux Laptop Webcam; Fix Without Restart
  • Egypt Government to switch to open source
  • Journalist creates open source solution to extract data from PDFs
  • Savage 2: A Tortured Soul to Arrive on Steam Soon
  • Fedora 18 (Spherical Cow) review
  • Windows 3.1: Geeks' New Choice for Graphics?
  • task-spooler – Personal job scheduler
  • The Linux expect Utility
  • When open-source eats itself, we win

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  • How To Write Linux Shell Scripts (Part 1)
  • What about the elderly and Linux?
  • Alternatives to Knotes
  • Ten Years of Support Promises Red Hat
  • Using Tor on openSUSE 12.2 GNOME 3.4.2
  • Awesome Window Manager Default Themes
  • Keeping SSDs fresh
  • Upgrading and Installing Fedora 18 in VMware Fusion
  • Google Docs Alternative | LAS | s25e06
  • Passionate Facebook Linux Community Edges Towards 100,000th Fan
  • Linux Outlaws 296 – Salty Sea Dogs
  • Expected release list
  • Going Linux Feb 05: #198 Listener Feedback
  • Using The Power Of GNU/Linux is Childsplay
  • Linux Crazy Podcast 96 OpenRC | SystemD | Pulseaudio
  • Native Microsoft Office Suite on Linux by 2014, Maybe
  • How to get a Linux Job in 30 days or less!!!
  • Fuzzy fonts in Firefox 18? No more!
  • TuxRadar Open Ballot: Moment of the Millenium
  • Opera 12.14 fixing bad crasher
  • How to automatically chroot jail selected ssh user logins
  • GetDeb, PlayDeb Return, Ubuntu Gamers Rejoice

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  • Why I’m Leaving Ubuntu for Debian
  • Don't Write an Obituary for the PC
  • Firefox to restrict all plug-ins except latest Flash with Click to Play
  • Linux Foundation Gits Growth
  • 7 Places to Find Creative Commons Images Online
  • Dealing with insecure runpaths
  • Producing XFCE Live iso for Mandriva
  • Smart Scopes
  • Run The Vice Commodore 64 Emulator Using Wine On Ubuntu 12.10
  • Scientific Visualization with NCL
  • Charge your iPad/iPhone/iPod in Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu 13.04 Desktop Gaming Performance Comparison
  • Pardus ANKA community is making good progress
  • hanging out
  • FLOSS Weekly 240
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 490

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  • Picking up Aaron Swartz's dropped flags
  • New Secure Boot Patches Break Hibernate, Kexec Support
  • the real wikipedia of maps
  • Fedora 18 Gnome 3.6 Desktop Review
  • Kororaa 18 beta progressing well, final touches
  • Interview Google Open Source Program Manager Chris DiBona
  • Which open source software license should I use?
  • Linux Foundation Announces New Members
  • Time to drop flash
  • Tutorial 1: Hello Elementary
  • Bootstrappable Debian - New Milestone
  • No, that “Most Trusted Company for Privacy Award” does not compute
  • XBMC 12 open source media centre adds Live TV and Android support
  • Python for Kids helps adults teach programming to youth
  • Improve KDE4 Performance: Disable Nepomuk and Akonadi
  • Fedora To Look At Reviving Apache OpenOffice
  • Manokwari Desktop on openSUSE 12.2
  • How to connect to remote server via SSH using Dolphin
  • Microsoft Cradles Linus Torvalds’ (Other) Baby
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