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  • SCO boss: I was offered $2 million by Utah’s top prosecutor
  • Linux Security Could Be Better (Xorg)
  • Lifehacker's Featured Linux Desktop
  • Mandrake, Mandriva Archives Safe
  • Gentoo Linux: Explained | Linux Distro Reviews (video)
  • Kanotix LinuxTag 2013 Has Linux Kernel 3.9.0 and Steam
  • Quickfix: "Segmentation Fault (11)" for KDE Applications in Fedora 18 Xfce
  • Rise of the Ravager released, Interview and Free Keys!
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  • Howto: Managing dotfiles with dfm
  • LTSI Linux Kernel Released
  • Another marketing achievement in LibreOffice: $(OUTDIR)/inc is gone
  • Verification of Stable Release Updates
  • Linux add a second IP address, permanent or temporary
  • Linux Outlaws 311 – It’s Google’s Fault
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 506

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  • Zorin OS 7 Release Candidate out now
  • clcal: Low-maintenance calendar display
  • Great book giveaway from Packt Publishing: GIMP Starter Guide
  • Numerous security issues in X
  • SUSE appoints Linux Warehouse as distributor
  • IT Thought Leaders to Keynote at Red Hat Summit 2013 (pr)

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  • Important Points about Beaglebone Black
  • 62 Open Source Replacements for Popular Financial Software
  • Getting Started With Linux Shell Scripting
  • On Erasing Ubuntu's Artificial Borders: The vUDS Discussion
  • Use Perl to enhance ModSecurity
  • Unread Notifications in Ubuntu 13.04
  • Dead Morning, an open-source horror game
  • On Mageia 3 install (not Live DVD)
  • Tripwire on why Red Orchestra 2 and Rising storm won't come to Linux
  • New Fedora Package Manager Still on Track
  • PC-BSD Hardware Store Opened

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  • Ranking Linux distributions, and the decline of the traditional distros
  • New Security Feature in Fedora 19 Part 3: Hard Link/Soft Link Protection
  • Open-source office suite written in Java
  • Updated history of the 2.6.16-stable kernel
  • Pidora 18 (Raspberry Pi Fedora Remix) Release
  • From subversive to mainstream: Looking back on 18 years
  • Rktcr coming soon to Linux, demo out now!
  • BSD Magazine (May 2013): Jails Firewall with PF
  • SELinux policy for incron: what does it do?
  • The Luminosity of Free Software, Episode 13
  • Microsoft releases Skype for Linux 4.2
  • Synaptic update error in Debian Jessie
  • Designing Electronics with Linux
  • FLOSS Weekly 252
  • Raspberry Pi Gets New Wayland Weston Renderer
  • Megabyte punch from Electro Games Will be on Linux also
  • vnstat: Network logging over time
  • The Cheapskate's Corner
  • Debian GNU/Hurd 2013 released
  • Debian Project mourns the loss of Ray Dassen

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  • mrzoom: Not really for the underpowered
  • Maintain A Local Repo
  • Customizing Unity
  • Top Ten Sleeper Distros
  • 7 Linux Date Command Examples
  • Linux System Programming, 2ed
  • ZevenOS-Neptune 3.1 Efficiently Combines KDE and Debian 7.0
  • Unlicensed code: Movement or Madness?
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 317
  • Another week of rawhide (2013-05-21 edition)
  • Free and open source support for RAR archives in Fedora
  • Accessing the Raspberry Pi’s 1MHz timer
  • Steganography- Hide Your Files Inside An Image In Linux
  • Blender 2.67a Released
  • GNU Hackers Meeting 2013
  • Samsung Talks About Its Aggressive Linux Talent Recruitment Strategy
  • Linux gamers trying to convince Blizzard, EA and Co.
  • Okular welcomes configurable review tools
  • Behold: A Newer, Better Firefox
  • Linux and Google Chrome get cozy with Kernel 2.9

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  • Mageia 3: Here's what I gained and what I lost
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  • Evolus Pencil: A Great Microsoft Visio Alternative For Linux
  • Ubuntu: Restoring the Community Link
  • hnb: Quick, clever and clean
  • Linux Games: Haunt
  • How to Keep SSH Connections Alive In Linux
  • Bacon: Respect in Community Discussion and Debate
  • Icculus on Oculus Rift
  • Is The Canadian Government Rolling Out GNU/Linux Clients?
  • HOT Raspberry Pi DIY Mini Desktop PC Build
  • Uninstall Windows or Linux After Dual-Booting
  • 5 Linux Features You Want in Your Company
  • Status Line in Vim
  • Finally! Lightworks Runs On Debian GNU/Linux
  • Microsoft Office Clone Updates Interface, Improves File Support
  • BSDTalk interview with Kris Moore (PC-BSD)
  • Removing unwanted applications in Debian
  • Making Linux and Android Get Along
  • The secret to great reporting with Drupal 7

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  • Is Google abusing its power?
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  • How to transform a Debian based system to a Debian Edu installation
  • Flareget a great download manager for Linux
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 review - A surprise
  • Bash Functions for more a powerful Alias
  • OpenPandora review, part two
  • Btrfs vs. EXT4 vs. XFS vs. F2FS On Linux 3.10
  • Linux, Standards and the Enterprise: Why Red Hat is Best
  • Add Alacarte Menu Editor to Fedora 18 Xfce
  • Linux Basement - Episode 79 - Great Googly Moogly

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  • Watch and record live TV on your Raspberry Pi
  • Can gaming be the turning point for Linux on the desktop?
  • Red Hat CEO Whitehurst on innovation, OpenStack, Hadoop
  • Infotainment is the First Target for Open Source in Cars
  • 10 Tech Terms Even Non-Geeks Should Know
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 505

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  • OpenSUSE Considers Replacing LXDE With E17
  • XO Tablet Supposedly Becomes Available on June 1
  • Migrate From MySQL To MariaDB In FreeBSD
  • Can't update Iceweasel from Experimental on Wheezy
  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 5 Episode 8

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  • Debian Users Update Flash
  • Drupal Is a Framework
  • Measuring Linux By the VAR Metric
  • EasyUbuntu Equivalent For Fedora: EasyLife
  • using grep with more than one expression
  • A complete computer smaller than a grain of sand
  • Linux vs Windows 2013: An Objective Comparison (video)
  • Introduction To The Linux Command Line
  • Mixxx sees new release
  • FOSS Knowledge, Part 3: Reaching the goal
  • Configuring Gmail as a Sendmail email relay
  • How to install Linux on a vintage 68K Mac
  • Anomaly 2 Released
  • X3: Albion Prelude Released For Linux Gamers
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