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  • New Document Foundation Committee Members Chosen
  • Outlining in LibreOffice Writer
  • 4 games added to the Humble Indie Bundle 6
  • Source – Not Just A Game Engine
  • Reiser4 File-System Comes To Linux 3.5 Kernel
  • Upgrading to openSUSE 12.2
  • The Linux Setup - Emmanuel Revah
  • Linux Event TV: One-on-One with Open Source Visionaries
  • Oracle Claims MySQL IS Safe With Them
  • Now is a good time to be part of the future of MariaDB
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  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 4 Episode 18
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  • Mozilla shares an in-depth look at their OS design philosophy
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  • How kiwi can help to cleanup your system
  • New Blender Movie: Tears of Steel

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  • After 11 Years of Development, 'Cortex Command' is Nearing Final Release
  • Pimp Your Penguin | LAS | s23e08
  • CrunchBang 'Waldorf' R20120806 - What a Shame
  • Fedora gamers rejoice…with Mumble!
  • NVIDIA's Driver May Support Wayland Eventually
  • Unusual commands in linux : pv

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  • How To Evaluate Open Source Software
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  • The Future Of OpenGL On Linux Looks Better
  • From My Linux Soapbox!
  • How to use Inkscape to print 3D

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  • GCC 4.7.2 Compiler Released
  • 3D Game 'AirBuccaneers HD' Coming to Linux
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  • UEFI Bootkits
  • Red Hat's Growth Expected To Continue In Q2
  • tail: inotify cannot be used, reverting to polling
  • First Firefox Phone Will Launch In A Few Months
  • Breaking out the Raspberry Pi
  • Create shared space for your multi-boot system
  • Checking your spelling at the command line
  • Meet the GIMP: Episode 185
  • Linux Outlaws 277 – Digital Originals
  • Going Linux Sep 19: #184 Computer America #54
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  • Fedora 18 and Firewalld
  • Best possible way to Systemd's transition from /lib to usr/lib on Arch Linux
  • Structured Exceptions for Perl 5
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  • remove Ubuntu Deja-dup backup software
  • FLOSS Weekly 227
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 471

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  • Best Open Source Games
  • Set up a home linux server for $30 with PogoPlug
  • Upcoming Features of GNOME 3.8
  • Ten things I wish I knew earlier about the Linux command line
  • Wait and watch on systemd
  • live-fat-stick
  • The Linux Setup - NuxRo, Stella GNU/Linux
  • blackPanther OS - A nice-looking distribution
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  • A look at Gnome 3.6 beta
  • A Game Built On The Enlightenment Foundation Libraries
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