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some shorts:

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  • Ask Fedora – 24-7
  • Moved to Fluxbox
  • Trying Kubuntu 11.04

today's odds & ends:

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  • Linux 3.0 Real-Time Kernel Released
  • Linux 3.1 Kernel Gains A Wiimote HID Driver
  • Mini Spotlight: Balanced Annihilation Reloaded
  • Ubuntu Community Week. It's a Wrap!
  • The open internet and its enemies
  • KDE Dolphin’s Service Menus
  • The Garden and the Horse Race
  • Linux Outlaws 219 - Summer LULZ

today's leftovers:

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HowTos
  • How to free some space with apt-get
  • Desktop Summit Announcements
  • Linux 3.0 Released; Torvalds Explains Why You Shouldn't Care
  • BEEP now on USC
  • Fedora 15 Shutdown
  • purge pulseaudio and systemd presence from your system
  • DIY: Secure a MySQL installation on Linux
  • Setting up GNOME 3 on Arch Linux
  • Shuttleworth: The responsibilities of ownership
  • Formatting Files in Bash
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 17th July
  • Quick Tip: Install Canon MP250 Drivers in Linux
  • OpenSSH Best Practices
  • Rotate Apache Log Files in Linux

today's leftovers:

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  • Preparing For The Linux 3.1 Kernel
  • 6 Free Full-Length Hollywood Films You Can Watch On YouTube
  • Top 10 Things Steve Jobs Never Said
  • Acquia Raises $15 Million, Plans Drupal Sales Push
  • Blocks That Matter Tech Demo Updated
  • LF New White Paper on FOSS Compliance
  • Geeqie: A Lightweight Image Viewer on Ubuntu
  • Preview: What's Coming Up In VectorLinux 7?
  • Open Source Licensing: Risk and Opportunity
  • Can Novell BrainShare Serve Three Masters?
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 3 Episode 14
  • Harmony's curiously flat tune
  • Free Software for Little People
  • Open source Vs proprietary: the war goes on!
  • Going Linux Jul 21: #145 Linux Antivirus-Introduction

today's leftovers:

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  • New Look Ubuntu Software Centre Delayed Until 12.04?
  • The OLPC XO-3 will include a laser ray gun!
  • SUSE Studio 1.2 ships, full cloud strategy soon
  • Kororaa 15 (Squirt) Beta 2 released
  • Meet the GIMP Episode 163: Colour Curves
  • New Open Source Initiative for Automotive Software Development
  • Fedora Community (the app) Update
  • Open Source Contributors - The Days of Volunteers is Over
  • Red Hat EVP, CFO Charles E Jr Peters Sells 5,532 Shares
  • FLOSS Weekly 175: Taskwarrior
  • Google Is Closing Google Labs
  • SUSE Studio spins up on IBM mainframes

Online game store launched for Linux community

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The concept of online game stores for games that are compatible with Windows has been around for some time now. Ubuntu lovers had also wished for a Store especially for games that run on Ubuntu. Well the wait is finally over.

today's leftovers:

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  • Can We Trust Microsoft?
  • rekonq, 1 feature a week. #2
  • Chrome OS, like Tux, will never fly
  • Mandriva taking requests for new build system
  • Kernel Log: Further problems with UEFI
  • Sabayon to abandon GNOME 2
  • 10 things to think about to improve software product descriptions
  • S2TC: A Possible Workaround For The S3TC Patent Situation
  • The strategy behind Mono has shifted
  • Intel, Collabora and SUSE to be main sponsors of the Desktop Summit
  • 4 Key Principles for Open source Projects
  • OnLive Is Hiring More Engineers For Linux Client
  • Free hypervisor adds virtual machine cloning
  • Upstream Virtualbox + openssl versions on mandriva
  • Interview: Kuno Woudt, MusicBrainz
  • Mark’s Quick Gimp Tip
  • Red Hat Confirms Plans for North America Partner Conference
  • NVIDIA Proposes Extending RandR
  • HP TouchPad 32GB WebOS tablet

odds & ends:

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HowTos
  • Moving the screenlocker into compiz
  • systemd for Administrators, Part IX
  • Why Corporations Favors The Apache License Over The GPL/LGPL
  • Live USB Drive | LAS | s17e08
  • A Closet Misanthrope’s View of Online Social Networking
  • highlight a target in a photo with a simulated spotlight in GIMP
  • Steampunk beautiful theme for KDM and ksplash (openSUSE)
  • Hacking together my digital artifacts with a wifi picture frame
  • Using getmail to backup Gmail on Linux

today's leftovers:

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HowTos
  • FLARE 0.14, 0.14.1 and a new video
  • KDE Community Keynote Interview: Stuart Jarvis
  • Mad, Mad Intervew
  • The touch command does more than just create empty files
  • Logitech Webcam On Ubuntu
  • SuperTuxKart 7.2 Final Has Been Released
  • install PCLinuxOS 2011.6 on an encrypted LVM
  • Install Elementary Music App BeatBox in Ubuntu 11.04 from PPA
  • make your own 20th Century Fox / LIONSGATE intro with Blender in 5 min
  • Creating Startup Scripts with Bash

today's leftovers:

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  • Specto - follow events in your desktop
  • Maximized windows in Compiz
  • OpenOffice.org in Apache: The Next Step
  • How I learned to love Free Software
  • Kororaa 15 (Squirt) Beta released
  • Gentoaster – Week 7 progress report
  • NVIDIA 275.19 Linux Driver Published
  • Patent trolls chase app developers out of the U.S.
  • Ubuntu Surfboard
  • "Comics With Krita" Training DVD
  • KDE Commit-Digest for 10th July
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