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  • Install XScreenSaver And BSOD Screensaver On Ubuntu 12.10
  • ZFS Administration, Part IX
  • Roccat Reaffirms Commitment to Linux
  • Ubuntu's Frequently Asked Questions
  • Canonical Is Feeding on the Decaying Corpse of Windows XP
  • Enlightenment Releases E17 "Lucky Rubber Ducky"
  • GoOSe Linux 6.0 Beta Release Candidate 4 (RC4) Now Available
  • Security Problem Discovered In Btrfs File-System
  • Sun Surveyor: A Cool Way to Look on the Bright Side
  • Canonical adds photo functions to Ubuntu One
  • The Linux 3.8 Kernel Can Save A Lot Of RAM
  • External HDD utilities, Backup Software, and Linux
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  • HOWTO : Setup My Back|Track 5r3 Personal Supercomputer
  • ZFS Administration, Part VIII
  • Bloody upstream
  • Interview with Kovid Goyal of calibre
  • Criticize Stallman and suffer the wrath of the internet
  • Sneak Peek at Mandriva Business Server
  • 'Running with Rifles' Top Down Shooter Coming to Linux
  • PCLinuxOS 2012.08 review - A thing of the past
  • Linux Format on Google Play
  • Create a Video from Photos in Ubuntu
  • Linux Games: Spirits the modern version of lemmings
  • Migration to open source—a personal experience
  • The most talented youth choose open source tools
  • The Brightest Distro Stars of 2012
  • Debian Linux vs. Debian kFreeBSD With Squeeze & Wheezy
  • Porteus – Another Excellent Choice for the Thumb Drive Toolbox
  • Humble Indie Bundle 7 Will Be Worst Humble Bundle Ever for Linux
  • Kids' size KDE
  • Mageia 3 beta 1: release hell strikes again!
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  • ZFS Administration, Part V, Part VI, Part VII
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  • The Fallacy of Simple User Interfaces
  • The Linux Setup - Margarita Manterola
  • Creating Tables of Contents in LibreOffice
  • Introducing display calibration using colord-session
  • Poll: Which open source phrase do you say/reference most often?

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  • Imagination Publishes 28k Lines Of Linux Kernel Code
  • Steam Games Begin Adding Linux System Requirements
  • Intended To Fail?
  • An overview of Linux scanning tools
  • Raspberry Pi: One of the Top Linux Innovations of 2012
  • Foobnix Music Player
  • HP Envy m4 1015dx Initial Impressions with Ubuntu 12.10
  • My review of The Official Ubuntu Book (7th Edition)
  • Changes in Gwenview for KDE SC 4.10

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  • Run Firefox OS in Gnome
  • Raspberry Pi hack event sees Spooks team crowned winners
  • Meet Ubuntu Satanic Edition Version 666
  • ZFS Administration, Part I- VDEVs
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 294
  • FreeBSD 9.1 Almost Ready
  • Sayebackup.sh – deduplicating backups with rsync
  • music made with gentoo: debris
  • Unvanquished Alpha 10 FPS Released
  • 4 Alternatives to Google Drive for Linux
  • recover all your posts from a WordPress database
  • Mageia 1 EOL
  • E17 Alpha 8 is Go

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  • New Online Game Distribution Client Coming To Linux
  • Plasma Active Handbook in english available now
  • A Silly Moose Typo and Perl's Runtime Laxity
  • Connectors To MySQL Community Via MariaDB
  • Improving The Ubuntu Search Experience With libcolumbus
  • How open source is outliving the hype 13 years later
  • Let’s Talk Proxmox | LAS | s24e08
  • New QML components: Know thy dialogs
  • Two Great Applications For Aspiring Photographers
  • Linux Outlaws 287 – Bouncing off a Satellite
  • The heroes of Fedora 18 Alpha/Beta testing
  • Privacy Panel lands in GNOME Control Center 3.7.x
  • These PCs-on-a-stick run Ubuntu Linux

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  • Install MATE on Fedora 18
  • OpenOffice's Tale of Two Cities
  • Sorting a kernel upgrade error in Linux Mint 13
  • The Linux Setup - Jeremy Jongepier, Musician/Admin
  • Writing an OS is like playing chase
  • OLPC w/ telescope
  • Raspberry Pi: Personal Perspectives

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  • Gaming In Linux : Shatter (video)
  • The ITU and You
  • Blender 2.65 release candidates available
  • Fifteen years of KDE e.V.
  • MK802 Media PC Review
  • Genode OS 12.11 Is Now Self-Hosting
  • Online search for the Fedora source code
  • plonking away at the Plasma Active Alarms app
  • Another Enlightenment E17 Alpha Already Tips Up
  • Wake Up Linux With an RTC Alarm Clock
  • Linux Server Hardware Revenues Grow in 3Q12

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  • Fedora 18 on Its Way, Finally
  • 15 years of KDE e.V. - Growing Up, Today
  • Ubuntu Prepares To Kill Off Metacity, Ups Compiz
  • Install Cinnamon on Fedora 18
  • Run-up to Debian GNU/Linux Wheezy
  • Fedora 19 Schrödinger’s Cat Could Arrive in May, 2013
  • Please Support Open Source Projects
  • Full Circle Magazine Issue 67 Available
  • KLook 2.0: Better than ever
  • 8-Way NVIDIA Nouveau GPU Comparison
  • Qt 5.0 Release Still Planned By Year's End
  • quicky update on KDE window grouping
  • Sauerbraten Update Coming, Tesseract Still Going
  • Linux Outlaws 286 – Just Tactics
  • FLOSS Weekly 234
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 481

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  • Seamonkey Internet suite review - Hmm
  • OpenELEC 3.0 Linux distro launches in beta, rolls in XBMC 12
  • GNOME, an outer glance
  • SUSE joins Canonical and Red Hat in using Ceph to puff OpenStack cloud
  • Xubuntu 12.10 - Day 3 - 4 music players, Day 4 - LibreOffice
  • Gentoo: Graphing the Developer Web of Trust
  • sed to the rescue
  • How to set up a safe and secure Web server
  • GNOME finally pays some attention to users
  • What Is Open-Source Software and Why You Should Care
  • Multi-arch PPA-Purge
  • Install WEB server (LAMP) on Ubuntu with Firewall, Phpmyadmin and Firewall
  • How to integrate -better- Firefox in Gnome3
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