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  • Full Circle Magazine #48 Released
  • Interview with Jessica Ledbetter
  • Fedora and GNOME branding drama: Missing the big picture
  • Marble, Virtual Interactive Globe
  • Firefox 5 Is Looking Great
  • Firefox 4 zooms past 100 million downloads
  • Dotzler: Firefox 4 at 100 Million Downloads
  • Mandriva 2011 Beta 2 Screenshots
  • Productivity Software For Your Desktop
  • Linux Mint Debian Edition Xfce review
  • KDM In KDE SC 4.7 To Play With GRUB2
  • Two small additions
  • Where is There an End of It?
  • Intuitive, You keep using that word...
  • Google Starts Converting YouTube Videos to WebM, Open Source Format
  • 10 more classic mistakes in sci-fi movies
  • Why open standards are always a good idea
  • KDE Commit Digest for 17 April
  • GNOME 3 Live image version 1.1.0 released
  • QApt sexiness…
  • Nginx+Varnish compared to Nginx
  • Special mention for Special purpose Debain-Med distro
  • Nebulous

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  • Idiotic Anti-Linux & Google Patent Decision
  • Ubuntu is Shutting Down Off-Topic Mailing List
  • Geany – A Great Lightweight Code Editor For Linux
  • Cross-Platform Audio, Video Conversion Software
  • glipper gets ubuntu indicator support
  • openSUSE 11.4 on an IdeaPad S10-2
  • KDE 4.6.1
  • Stick a Fork in Flock: Why it Failed
  • FVWM Sees First Release in Five Years
  • Ubuntu 11.04 UI Takes Inspiration From Smartphones
  • People behind Debian: Meike Reichle, member of Debian Women
  • Experts urge Australia to use open source for e-voting
  • Why Time is Patently on Open Source's Side
  • Ubuntu Natty in Virtualbox with Unity
  • Sanity saver: Fedora 15 answers Ubuntu's Unity
  • Try 2 Non-Debian Grandchildren this Summer
  • New Nvidia Linux Driver Supports Ubuntu 11.04
  • KWin and Plasma Active
  • Marble desktop globe adds map creation wizard
  • Portugal Telecom Expands Use of Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Drupal 8 Design Initiative
  • Luc de Louw got employed by Red Hat
  • Linux Outlaws 202 - A Note from the Future
  • Apr 21: #136 Every Day Things You Can Do With Linux

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  • Debian Project News - April 18th, 2011
  • Status update of GNOME 3 in Debian experimental
  • The Coming Linux Admin Shortage
  • SELF pimping
  • Why Blur Does Not Work in Kubuntu Natty With Intel
  • Firefox 5 Beta Scheduled for May 17
  • Linaro Aims To Unify Linux Memory Management
  • AMD Open-Sources Tapper
  • Taking my release manager hat off
  • AES encryption for
  • Oracle is not to blame for Sun’s open source failings
  • Fuduntu - A Good Corporate Citizen
  • DE: Parliamentarians ask government to support free software
  • ES: Asturias region adopts open source technology for local government
  • another pretty gnome shell theme

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  • Booting a Pogoplug with Fedora ARM
  • plasma active: a box of crayons
  • Testing Japanese IME in Mageia 1 Beta1 (with Libre Office!)
  • Keyboard layouts in KDE 4.7: two new features
  • Death to all things invisible
  • Ubuntu Natty 11.04 (Unity) clear recent documents
  • Audacity 1.3.13 Improves The Open Audio Scene
  • Reboot button which allows you to specify which GRUB 2 menu entry to boot
  • ASUS’ kinect competitor ‘Xtion PRO’ Supports development on Ubuntu
  • if…then…elif
  • nstalling Window Maker On Ubuntu 11.04
  • Knockd, to secure your ports on Linux
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2011.04.15
  • Gnome 3 Review | LAS | s16e05
  • Linux Outlaws 201 - Infected Through the Backdoor

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  • X.Org Server 1.10.1 Released
  • Escape from Quaoar Released
  • Anycast: The Interface
  • KDE Commit Digest for 10 April 2011
  • Change automatically launch app on USB mount in Ubuntu
  • How to check battery level and CPU temperature with Linux
  • Debian Project Leader election 2011 results
  • Power Performance of Pulseaudio + Alsa with Disabled Period Wakeups
  • Full Circle Podcast Episode 18
  • Hidden Linux: Controlling the backlight
  • Find files modified in the las n days, or today | useful with folders
  • The state sees Red and likes it

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  • SimplyMepis Shaping Up - 11.0 RC 2 Released
  • MeeGo sees interest from others after Nokia shift
  • Buying/Selling a Computer without Windows in EU
  • Plasma Active: Vendor Interaction
  • Improved CSV file compatibility in OOo 3.4 Beta
  • Long Live GnomeOS
  • Book Review: Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook
  • Looks Like Source-Engine Garry's Mod On Linux
  • LinuxCon to feature Red Hat, WebOS, Ubuntu and more as Linux turns 20
  • Fedora: SPICE support coming in Fedora 15
  • Contour brings a context-sensitive interface to KDE Plasma Active
  • Dbmail? A great Open Source email system
  • Science Fiction Technology We Want For Real
  • Information, please
  • The Open Source Road Ahead - End Vendor Lock-in

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  • CentOS 5.6 Finally Arrives: Is It Suitable for Business Use?
  • File Transfers Over 1Gbit/s Ethernet: SSD vs. HDD
  • Nine Years Later, NGINX 1.0 Server Released
  • Synchronization sucks!
  • System76 Serval Professional Sandy Bridge
  • Cartoon: Goodbye Groklaw, Thanks PJ
  • Plasma Active: Operating Systems
  • Red Hat Cache Move Sparks Standards Spat
  • The Humble Frozenbyte Bundle
  • Bundle #3 Just Did $500k USD; Here's A Contest
  • Ride the Firefox development wave with Aurora pre-release builds
  • The Force Is With The Gimp!
  • 3.4 Beta available for download
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 398
  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 3 Episode 7

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  • Parted Magic 6.0 Gets a New Booting System
  • Is CentOS 5.6 Better Than 5.5?
  • Two Novell products named CODiE Awards finalists
  • Project Ceylon – Red Hat builds Java replacement
  • Mozilla Will Let You Try Out The Latest Firefox 5 Features Today
  • Firefox 5, 6 Available For Download
  • The Firefox Home Tab
  • hotssh - Graphical interface to secure shell
  • Debian On A ThinkPad Edge 15
  • Successfully Earn a Living with FOSS, Part 2
  • VLC player updated to fix major security loophole
  • Slackware Hibernate Problem Fixed
  • Ubuntu Certification: Programme Guide
  • Re-live the Camp KDE experience
  • Plasma Active: Active Apps
  • PackageKit Progress on Foresight
  • Self-Encrypting Hard Disks
  • FLOSS Weekly 161: Selenium

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  • Sitting in stunned silence of Fedora's Beefy Miracle
  • GNOME 3 – Best Ever Ubuntu Linux Desktop Environment
  • Sabayon Gets Official Linux(R) Licence
  • Gnash and Epiphany in GNOME 3
  • News and Notes from the Mozilla Creative Team
  • New Mandriva Desktop
  • Turnkey Linux Uses Ubuntu as a Foundation
  • Understanding Linux Market Share for March
  • Such a profound question...
  • Open Source Think Tank 2011
  • US Senate May Move to Enact Internet Sales Tax
  • Firefox 5 And 6 On Track: First Aurora Release Posted
  • Ubuntu 11.04 gets automatic Epson printer driver download
  • A taste of things to come in Oxygen-gtk
  • Free as in Freedom: Episode 0x0D: NDAs
  • About:me Firefox addon - View a visual pattern of your Internet activities
  • Wordpress, Themes, htaccess and me

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  • Get your Compiz cube back on with Unity in Natty
  • Pidgin and GNOME3
  • Some BASH Basics
  • How to compile Linux kernel - Tutorial
  • systemd for Administrators, Part VII
  • First Firefox 4 update coming on April 26
  • Opera 11.10 Near Release Final As RCs Come At A Furious Pace
  • The War With Microsoft Is Over and Linux Won?
  • Red Hat Given “Neutral” Rating by Zacks Investment Research
  • Disk Quota Exceeded?
  • Two Classic Games Developed Using Sed
  • Opera Barracuda Release Candidate 4.1
  • Renesas Electronics Joins Linux Foundation
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