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today's leftovers:

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  • Heroes Of Newerth Gone Retail
  • Canceling MOTU
  • Mozilla Proposes Search-Based Extension Distribution
  • Bricsys Releases Briscad V10 Beta for Linux
  • gtk icon cache search tool
  • Buffalo Technology embraces opensource firmware
  • The X.Org, Mesa Plans For Ubuntu 10.10
  • Combing Github for Games
  • Network video recorder, powered by Linux
  • Review: A Practical Guide to Fedora and Red Hat
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 2 Episode 8
  • My PCLinuxOS Desktop
  • Ubuntu open to greater touch
  • Sync Your Life
  • Shotwell to Replace F-Spot in upcoming Ubuntu
  • Suricata – Open Source Intrusion Detection

today's leftovers:

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  • Being KDE
  • Kuwait Ministry of Electricity & Water Migrates to Red Hat
  • The Graduate's Guide To Finding Work In Open Source
  • Gentoo just makes sense!
  • Bash scripts to scan and monitor network
  • Ubuntu Has Plans For Btrfs In 2011, 2012
  • Nautilus-Elementary With Zeitgeist Brings Semantic file browsing to Ubuntu [Screencast]
  • A US Army Federal Employee's Linux Workspace
  • The Ubuntu Support and Learning Center
  • Reseting your system wide cursor theme in ubuntu
  • Evaluate Open Source Software
  • Facebook has problems, Diaspora isn't one of them
  • Linux Outlaws 148 - You Cannot Grep People

today's leftovers:

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  • Linux differences aside, a big legal victory
  • Why Perl isn't Going Away
  • Does Open Source Indemnification Matter?
  • Linux users need a Microsoft Office license to use Office Web Apps
  • A Detailed Look At The ATI Linux Power Management
  • MeeGo Using Btrfs As Default File-System
  • Brotherly advice about open source licensing for startups
  • Linux: King of the Hill
  • The First GTK+ 3.0 Test Release
  • GNOME Marketing Hackfest – Zaragoza
  • Who Says Desktop Linux Is Doomed?
  • What's all the fuss about Peppermint OS?
  • Ubuntu 10.04 LTS is Great But ...
  • Alien Arena 2010
  • Firefox 4 release plan: the need for speed
  • Getting menubars out of application windows…
  • Warp Speed – 2D Multiplayer Shooter
  • X.Org Server 1.8.1 Released To The Wild
  • SFLS: Episode 0x27: Talking about Software Freedom

today's leftovers and howtos:

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HowTos
  • Fix Volume Range Issue in PulseAudio
  • Bash Positional Parameters Explained with 2 Example Shell Scripts
  • Install XScreensaver for extra screensavers Ubuntu 10.04 LTS "Lucid Lynx"
  • Mount, Encrypt and Manage Image file and Physical Disk Drives - eMount
  • Linux 2.6.34 Kernel Is Likely On Its Last RC
  • New Features In Firewall Builder 4.0
  • [SOLVED] konversation has no window decorations
  • PlayDeb
  • Linux Mint 9 ETA

today's howtos & leftovers:

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HowTos
  • My successful PCLinuxOS 2010 Remaster
  • pacman: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.0.9.8
  • Getting serial ports to work on Linux
  • Linux-ready, open-platform ARM9/DSP SBC costs $89
  • Boot Race: Ubuntu 10.04 vs Windows 7
  • Sprint needs to learn a lesson from open source
  • Creating animations with Gimp
  • How to Solve Zero Length File Problem in Linux’s Ext4 File System
  • How to fix a big, blurry and ugly logo at startup/shutdown Ubuntu 10.04
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #192
  • Zabbix - Another monitoring tool for Linux

today's odds & ends:

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  • systemd Now Has a Web Site
  • You secretly love the command line, don’t you?
  • Top Ten Concepts for Linux Beginners – Number 2, Directories
  • Cclive is a command line video download tool
  • Hulu And Adobe Not Friendly To 64 Bit Linux?
  • openSUSE Weekly News #122 is out
  • Apple building its own Flash, says rogue Tweeter
  • New to Programming or New to Perl
  • Computer Pioneer Max Palevsky Dead At 85
  • openSUSE Kernel Review (Week 18)
  • Talend Shows That Open Source Success is Not Just About Low Price

today's odds & ends:

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  • DRI2 Sync & Swap For ATI Finally Comes About
  • Linux on my Macbook Air
  • Microsoft: No longer evil, nor an empire
  • Linux Mint Scarf
  • Fastest way to install the media essentials in ubuntu
  • VRMS: Your Virtual RMS Detects Non-Free Software on Your Machine
  • EiskaltDC - a Direct Connect (DC) client for Linux
  • Linux lasershow Cool
  • Microsoft-funded open-source foundation aiming to diversify
  • Opera (Like Apple) Criticizes Adobe’s Flash
  • Yehuda Katz on Merging into Merb
  • Ubuntu: Migrating from Grip to Audex

today's leftovers:

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  • EXT4 File-System Looks To Do Well Against NTFS
  • I want visualizations back in Linux
  • Pandora Radio on the N900 - pyPianobar
  • Promoting Open Source Communities in Panama
  • Motorola buys own mobile Linux firm
  • Linux People: Matthew Fernandez Interview
  • Investigating The Steam Linux Client Continues
  • Apple vs. Microsoft: Linux Bloggers Pick Their Poison
  • Linux Under The Spotlight As We Prepare For A Chaos Bound National Elections
  • A professional quality Non-linear video editing suite for Linux (KDE) - Kdenlive
  • Diaspora: Freedom in the Cloud?
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #352 5/5/10
  • Data Leak Prevention Finally Gets an Open Source Alternative
  • FLOSS Weekly 119: The Mars Rover Drivers
  • The MMORPG Ryzom Goes Free Software

today's leftovers:

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  • PCLinuxOS 2010 Enlightenment Screenshots
  • Is the Android truly open source?
  • Harnessing UML in Ubuntu
  • What Do Open Source Surveys reveal?
  • 100$ Android Tablet from China: Eken M001
  • Best Practices for Contributors: Getting Started with Linux Distro Development
  • WeakNet IV Linux, a Great Distro for Security Experts
  • Package BLOCK for Perl 5.14
  • Red Hat and Drupal Announce New Support/Training Offerings
  • KDE Priorities
  • Linux Foundation Announces LinuxCon Keynotes, Mini-Summits
  • The GNU/Linux Code of Life
  • Beef up Firefox Privacy Features
  • Pomodoro and KDE
  • Krusader Team Celebrates 10th Birthday and Seeks New Contributors

today's leftovers:

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  • EasyPeasy 1.6 Screenshots Tour
  • Fedora 14 Might Be Called Fytnargin
  • Introducing Open Source to A Middle School
  • Performance problem in AMD's Phenom II X6 under Linux
  • GTK surprises on Maemo
  • Solving an upgrade hitch en route to Ubuntu 10.04
  • Android 2.2 to get full Flash support
  • FOSS community, FOSS business, and the nature of allies
  • Red Hat Open Your World forum
  • A Database Admin/Music Enthusiast's Linux Workstation
  • Heroes of Newerth Launch Date
  • When Linux interoperable incompatibilities frustrate
  • After Scid row, a new chess app is born
  • Testing out Funtoo
  • Managed Hosting Provider ServInt Joins Linux Foundation
  • Who Needs Flash?
  • Going Linux 101 May 5- Ubuntu 10.04, Wav, iTunes alternatives
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