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today's howtos and odds & ends:

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  • How to dual-boot Linux and Windows
  • Debranding Firefox in PCLinuxOS
  • Linux.conf.au requests 2012 bid proposals
  • Announcing a new Fedora for the XO-1 release
  • Terminator 0.94 released
  • Control Applications With Simon Speech Recognitions
  • Wuala: Linux Friendly Dropbox alternative
  • RETRO: The Linux Action Show! s9e02
  • Impression of First Day at Akademy 2010
  • Liquorix Squeezes the Most Out of Your Linux Desktop
  • Open source developer sees 100 percent growth
  • The Real reason Why Ubuntu Linux Doesn’t Have Malware – Part 1
  • MegaGlest 3.3.5 Pre-release special
  • 10 Misconceptions about Linux
  • LettersFall 2.0
  • Lightspark Flash Player Continues To Advance
  • Setting up a RocketRaid 2320 controller on Linux Mint 9
  • Netrunner 2 – Blacklight – A new release

today's leftovers:

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  • Goodbye netbook, hello Hoverboard
  • Low-power Pixel Qi Displays Sell out in a Day
  • Review of Kubuntu Netbook – Maverick Alpha 2
  • Qualcomm's Open Kernel Driver Leads To A Dirty Mess
  • Meet the GIMP: Episode 143: One Window and Round Prints
  • Quick Midori Review And How to Install
  • Squeeze More Battery Life from Your Linux Netbook with Jupiter
  • GNOME 2.31.4 Is Ready For Some Testing Love
  • New Windows Security Breech: Microsoft!
  • Qt Open Governance Mailing list
  • Two possible, maybe, could-be kernel bugs
  • Best Lightweight Applications for Linux
  • GNOME Training confirmed
  • Luck and the Class Struct API
  • Dell sucks
  • 5 Python Pluses for the Enterprise
  • Full Circle Podcast #9
  • Font Management on Linux

today's leftovers:

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  • X.Org Server 1.8.2 Officially Released
  • N-VA using Drupal
  • Red Hat chief’s payday: $9 million
  • GIMP 2.7.1 with new user interface
  • Virtualization on the Ubuntu Desktop: An Overview
  • [FSF] Free Software Supporter -- Issue 27, June 2010
  • Open source logic analyzer software
  • Open Source Sensing Initiatives March Forward
  • Linux Foundation releases Meego for developers
  • Big-screen Kindle gains new screen technology
  • Cisco's second tablet runs Linux, manages home energy use
  • HP closes Palm deal, confirms WebOS tablet
  • Qualcomm Releases Open-Source 2D/3D Kernel Driver
  • Search for Bilski scapegoats targets IBM
  • VTK - 3D computer graphics
  • Open Source: Advocate to Government
  • When Sugar and Semantics Collide
  • New Ulteo OVD v2.5 release available now

today's leftovers:

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  • Want your files? Use the Force!
  • Well, It Looks Like Oracle Fails At OpenSolaris In 1H
  • K3b 2.0 burner software with Blu-ray support arrives
  • Gentoo QA by disagreement
  • Simon Phipps: An Open Source Evangelist Forges On
  • HoN Free 2 Play Weekend, A patch, Jobs And More News!
  • Testing programs that use the notification area
  • OCFS2: Unappreciated Linux File System
  • Book Review: PHP: The Good Parts
  • Bubba Two WiFi review
  • The New, Need-Driven Browser Choice Model
  • 5 Ubuntu Artwork Pool Wallpapers
  • Cross-platform interoperability importance to fade
  • Minitunes Music App Close to Release
  • GIMP 2.7.1 released
  • Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 updated
  • The Turing Appliance
  • The Linux iLife? Lombard & Fillmore certainly feel like it…

today's leftovers:

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  • Accessing Windows 7 Shares from Ubuntu is a Pain
  • KatchTV is an "Internet TV" application for KDE
  • On Being Free pt 3
  • HTML5 Isn't Ready For Primetime, YouTube Says
  • Wi-Fi Problems? Don't Neglect Open Source Solutions
  • Addendum on the Brokenness of File Locking
  • Opera 10.60 RC2
  • Some you lose, some you win...you have to keep trying
  • The Open Source Server Quagmire
  • Is open source less secure than closed software?
  • Pros and Cons of Linux. is it Right for your Business?
  • Linux guru offers advice on Android tablets, Linux security and virtualization
  • 75 Linux Wallpapers
  • When Experts aren't bad stories happen...
  • SFLS Episode 0x2B: Bilski Rundown
  • A quick reminder on 64-bit Flash
  • Linux Basement Episode 57 - SELF Barfly

today's leftovers:

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  • GNOME Developer Training in danger
  • Linux Mint 9 KDE RC released
  • Opera 10.60 RC1
  • Nice collection of themes for Ubuntu | Gnome
  • Decibel Audio Player
  • Red Hat Still Doesn't Need Desktop Linux
  • Growing pains afflict HTML5 standardization
  • How to Sync Your iPhone Contacts to Ubuntu One
  • Ubuntu Circuit Breaker
  • Qt’s Volker Hilsheimer…
  • First Fedora Design Bounty Ninja identified
  • Spanish KDE Blogger Baltasar Ortega Talks
  • Droid X Arrives, and Froyo Goes Open Source
  • Rip CD's to MP3 in Debian
  • Integral Innovation
  • The Linux Action Show! s12e07

today's leftovers:

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  • A New Development Release Of GTK+ 3.0
  • Eeebuntu is now Aurora
  • cdm: Manage desktops from the console
  • Why have you switched to GNU/Linux?
  • Compiz Switch
  • fun with benchmarks
  • iso-localize: Produce official ISOs in your language
  • Audio Recording in Linux: An Introduction [PART 2]
  • ActiveLearning Launches Linux Training in the Philippines
  • make your own custom livecd with novo
  • Linux Outlaws 156 - Blame the Uwe Seeler

today's howtos & leftovers:

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  • Finding out whether a script is piped
  • Ubuntu Notifications (osd-notify) Sucks, notifications-daemon Rocks – Exploiting the Goodness with Compiz
  • vtclock: One more console clock can’t hurt
  • sudo X applications on openSUSE
  • Awesome Compiz Skydome images
  • Going Linux 106
  • Pascal Terjan leaving Mandriva for Google
  • Is PowerTop Still Useful For Extending Your Battery Life?
  • Lojban software for Ubuntu
  • Find Which Package owns a File in Linux
  • Replacing OpenSSH server with dropbear
  • Red Eclipse
  • Google uses remote delete to remove Android apps from smartphones
  • GPL: The Google Public License
  • Remove Mono From Your Ubuntu Install

today's leftovers:

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  • Almanah – Application to ease management of a personal diary
  • Compiz 0.9 and GCC 4.5
  • Mandriva pt 2
  • Red Hat Seeking Ways To Avoid Channel Conflict With Service Partners
  • Lunar eclipse set for Saturday Morning
  • The Growing Open-vs.-Proprietary Rift Between Google and Mozilla
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #359 06-23-10
  • Opera Snapshot: Stability, font work, and Geolocation for Linux
  • Is Ubuntu a Realistic Alternative to Mac OS X?
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