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today's howtos & leftovers:

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  • Browsing a FTP server in Linux with Nautilus
  • Tried Several, Finally Chosen a Favorite
  • Window buttons alignment (Gnome, Ubuntu 10.04)
  • An Epic Struggle With Portage
  • Install and Configure DKIM On Postfix With dkim-milter on 64 bit CentOS 5
  • Is Open Source "Anti-Enterprise"?
  • Transferring the Crux ISO to USB
  • Solve Screen Resolution Problem in Ubuntu / Debian with xrandr
  • Installing the GeoIP Apache module
  • Interesting Shorewall Logs
  • Running old Linux apps on new Distros
  • Power saving tips for a Linux laptop
  • Printer configuration and management on PC-BSD 8
  • sci-fi digital painting tutorial for GIMP
  • Going Linux: Feb 27: #094 - SCaLE 8x

today's leftovers & howtos:

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  • Useful command line little tricks (part 3)
  • Change font and font size in Fluxbox
  • Girls make a point at Linux conference
  • Installing Drupal
  • Setting Up Hibernation on Linux SSD Netbooks
  • Is monogamy good for technology?
  • Kolivas Pushes New Kernel Responsiveness Patches
  • Miro – Slick open source video player
  • Canadian tax software and Linux
  • Novell’s SUSE Linux Milestone: Proper Perspective
  • PHP 5.2.13 addresses security holes
  • Qt + Box2D is easy!
  • Mandriva to be at the Solutions Linux 2010 exhibition
  • CentOS – update / install PHP 5.2
  • FLOSS Weekly 110: Webmin

today's leftovers:

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  • Where is Mozilla Ubiquity?
  • How to install Sodipodi SVG Vector Editor in Ubuntu
  • How to create a Gentoo USB installation medium
  • Boxee Beta Newer Version Released
  • Forget Linux for Dummies: now it’s Linux for Grannies
  • Iceweasel hullabaloo, part eleventy-two
  • OLPC breaks 1,000 machine barrier
  • DtO: Geekette's Syndrome
  • Kernel Newbies: Linux 2 6 33
  • Open Source Advocates Lobby Obama
  • Software industry's false choice for governments
  • Spanish government's adds software development site to OSOR's list
  • Things I've Learned about eReaders
  • Banshee 1.5.4 Released
  • Ubuntu Now Available to Fed Customers on GSA Advantage
  • The Linux Link Tech Show #342 2/24/10
  • Linux Outlaws 137 - Bing!

today's leftovers:

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  • Arduino – the hardware revolution
  • The best way to reduce software 'piracy'
  • Humor: Windows Tip of the Week
  • CloudLinux OS: Standing Out in the Linux Crowd?
  • London.gov.uk using Drupal
  • Archdiocese of Saint Louis Migrates to Drupal
  • Pogoplug Linux-powered file server appliance
  • Test driving some new features of KDE 4.4
  • Arista, a Multimedia transcoder for GNOME Desktop
  • one opinion about Ubuntu
  • Full Circle Podcast #1: Stop Wine-ing and Go Native!
  • Emesene Docky Integration Coming Soon
  • World's Funniest Computer Pictures
  • RHEL 5.5 Review - extra lube for your KVMs
  • RHT Poised To Benefit From Shift To Cloud
  • Yo Frankie! to be available for the masses in Ubuntu Lucid
  • Disable Annoying Beep on Mandriva 2010
  • Sell Linux on its merits
  • Gbrainy - Brain Teaser Game for Linux
  • KDE Sub-Project for Real Time Communication
  • Mandriva Joins ARM Connected Community
  • Knoppix 6.3 highlights

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  • GNOME UX Hackfest Photos
  • Ubuntu for the US authorities
  • Drupal 7.0 Alpha 2 released
  • Ubuntu Community Filtering and Disagreeableness
  • Guide For Switching To Linux At Your Church
  • Protocols, The GPL, Influences from MySQL
  • Recently in MariaDB #1
  • How to Setup Static IP Address in Ubuntu from command line
  • Nginx, the little Russian web server taking on the giants
  • GNOME Shell 2.29 Brings A Lot Of Improvements
  • Fix it for free!
  • DtO: Graphics Lesson
  • Raster to be the default Qt4 graphics engine @ Gentoo
  • talk while gaming, with VoiceChatter
  • On the time taken to stable stuff (Gentoo)
  • Saving the World, 1 Laptop at a Time
  • Why I Switched from Ubuntu One back to Dropbox
  • On Ubuntu 9.10 and SATA

today's leftovers:

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  • Trivial but appreciated: new pause/unpause display in Totem
  • NZ users and analysts upbeat about Sun’s future
  • Microsoft's anti-Google weapon: Open-source Bing
  • Linux Training Week: Which Distribution To Choose?
  • Takeover of Kongoni Linux…
  • Microsoft-Amazon patent deal covers Kindle, Linux
  • New Python shell is a DreamPie
  • DeLi Linux: A Linux distro for old computers
  • Jupiter - Awesome Netbook Power/Config Applet
  • MeeGo Support in MonoDevelop
  • Byzanz-record, Record your Desktop
  • Kofi Annan Foundation using Drupal
  • Le Figaro using Drupal
  • Controversial Free-Software Activist to Speak at UB
  • Managing software legal compliance
  • The Linux Action Show! s11e01: Intel & Nokia Kill Maemo

today's leftovers:

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  • Making Myself Clear About Ubuntu Development
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #181
  • Open letter to Google: free VP8 on YouTube
  • Pino Twitter Client Goes Experimental:
  • Chocolate Doom 1.3.0
  • Of the powers we choose to lose
  • Aseigo: day 2 of tokamak 4 (and a bit about day 1, too)
  • Marave 0.6 is out
  • Lucid development: Hook for catching X.org freezes
  • Linux Basement - Episode 50 - Milestone Debauchery

today's leftovers:

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  • U1 Music Store – Store Music in U1?
  • the limits of virtual desktops
  • Gloobus is a sexy file previewer for your Gnome desktop
  • Debian Installer
  • Post-beta Opera fixes
  • Element OS- Your ultimate entertainment Linux OS
  • Debian & Ubuntu on my Acer Aspire One D150
  • Findwild
  • Midori 0.2.3 Released
  • Rekonq to replace konqi - On the menubar
  • SCALE 8x - Wish you were here

today's leftovers:

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    * Nouveau Now Switched On In Ubuntu 10.04
    * Gentoo on the Fujitsu P1620
    * SCO vs. Linux: SCO majority owner wants to finance SCO
    * Opera cuts cord on first open-source baby
    * Open Source Open World
    * "Getting Started" with Ubuntu Development - Guess What's Wrong
    * Amarok 2.3 Beta 1 released
    * 40 Fast Facts on Linux
    * Twitter and Co. to Protect Ubuntu Users with Update Alerts
    * Open sourcers fortify Ubuntu's Koala food
    * New attempt to integrate AppArmor into Linux
    * Think you've mastered Linux? Prove it, with Suicide Linux
    * How Flash both helped and hurt the web
    * Security Alert: They Should Have Used Linux
    * Linux is now Oracle's low-end offering
    * Netflix: "We Don't Have Plans to Release a General Linux Player"
    * New Kubuntu Site
    * CAOS Theory Podcast 2010.02.19
    * What Perl 5's Version Numbers Mean
    * FLOSS Weekly 109: Symbian
    * Linux Day all the way in 2010

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  • FreeBSD and the GPL
  • Subversion accepted as a Apache Top-Level Project
  • Maemo + Moblin = MeeGo: The Q&A
  • Linux, open source driving smartphone revolution
  • Open Source, UK Gov. & Institutional Profligacy
  • Open Source Licensing Nirvana
  • Ubuntu 10.04 May Backport More Kernel DRM
  • The Evolution that is Linux
  • Why you subsidize Google's Soviet-style Net
  • It’s the hot topic and we’re all part of it – the Gen Y
  • Mandriva 2010 – A Review
  • Comparing Browsers on Linux
  • Linux Gaming With Sabayon Gaming Edition DVD
  • We're All Makers
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