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today's leftovers:

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  • KSM Now Enabled in Ubuntu Lucid
  • Worlds Smallest Tux Image
  • Skrooge 0.6.0 released
  • Hardware based randomness for Linux
  • X.Org Server 1.7.5 Is Just About Done
  • Generic web-service queries on your desktop using Plasma
  • Indicator and me menu, lucid looking awesome
  • why LPI does not publish its own training materials for their tests
  • Linux NIC teaming recommendations
  • Going Linux: Feb 05: #092 - Listener Feedback
  • Crazy Linux: Podcast 71 Are you a Slacker?

today's leftovers:

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  • Display Thunderbird Unread Count On Docky
  • Lucid Separates Shutdown and "Me" Menus
  • OpenOffice dropped from Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.04
  • Gnome Gmail made simple
  • Take the tour of Firefox 1.0 on Nokia N900
  • Open Source Policies in San Francisco and California Take Different Paths
  • Mozilla Weave 1.0: take your tabs and bookmarks everywhere
  • 10 Kernel Vulnerabilities in Ubuntu 6.06, 8.04, 8.10, 9.04 and 9.10
  • Catalyst 10.1 Still Trash In Heaven, But Good News
  • Defective by Design delivers 5,000 signatures to Jobs
  • MariaDB 5.1.42 Released
  • Melody: The Other Movable Type
  • Microsoft to drop Linux, Unix versions of enterprise search
  • Improved Window Management Shortcuts Land in Lucid
  • Following Open Sourcing, Symbian Talks Netbooks and Tablets
  • What Happened to Red Hat Exchange?
  • FLOSS Weekly 107: Stellarium
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2010.02.05
  • Linux Outlaws 134 - The Greppy Awards

today's leftovers:

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  • NVIDIA Publishes 195.xx Linux Driver Beta
  • Symbian using Drupal
  • Raising Money for OSS Projects: How Can We Improve?
  • A marvelous comic book archive viewer
  • Video: Nautilus + CoverFlow = Awesome
  • Windows Genealogy Programs on Linux
  • [release] ArchBang 1.04
  • Help The 'Ubuntu Welcome Tour' Project
  • Sigh! A simple USB stick causes so many problems.
  • Can Android survive its forks and fragments?
  • MySQL Founder Monty Widenius On What to Expect Next: Part 2
  • Wordpress for Android - A Blogger's Dream App
  • eHomosapien Metacity Now Available To Download
  • Latest, Greatest, Scariest, and the Future of Information
  • Blogilo: A Powerful Blogging Client
  • Apple, Google, and the importance of Bing
  • Registration now open for Texas Linux Fest 2010
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 339
  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 2 Episode 1

today's leftovers:

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  • Free Software: 3 Major Projects That Haven’t Happened Yet
  • The extremes of Linux market share
  • Benjamin Mako Hill: A rebel with many open source causes
  • some thoughts on php and oop
  • Police want backdoor to Web users' private data
  • Thank heaven for Apple's (upward) pricing pressure
  • Getting Re-acquainted with KDE
  • XMMS music player
  • Docky Gets Spacing In Panel Mode
  • Moonlight 3.0 Preview 1
  • No, really: The initrd is too big
  • Linux Foundation Announces LinuxCon
  • The New Face of Open Source: Facebook
  • Apache HTTP Server 1.3's final update released
  • CodePlex Foundation Picks Paula Hunter as Executive Director
  • Today, Delayed GPU Switching Comes To Linux
  • Library Explores Ways to Release Open Source Software
  • Linux Newbie : Why grep almost never yields something productive

today's leftovers:

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  • Netbook Distro Leeenux Linux 2.0 with lots of Applications
  • Gwibber Gets An Awesome New Look
  • digiKam 1.1.0 released...
  • Microsoft/Novell: Breaking Down the Coupon Numbers
  • KDE at FOSDEM this Weekend
  • DotD: GNU/Linux Advanced Administration PDF Book
  • Jane Silber Interview
  • Another console download manager
  • ArchBang LIVE CD v1.03
  • Linus Torvalds is listed amongst “The 100 Most Influential Inventors of All Time”
  • SFLS: Episode 0x20: Book Settlement Update And Other Topics
  • FLOSS Weekly 106: Cfengine

today's leftovers:

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  • Windows 7 sales deal Linux a winning hand
  • Video Interview: Mitchell Baker, Mozilla Foundation
  • KDE Accessibility Project, desktop accessible to all
  • Open Source replacement for Web apps: Piggydb
  • Android To Reign Supreme By 2013
  • VMware Cookbook book review
  • Oracle Begins Picking Its Sun A-Team
  • Ubuntu User Issue #01 - Free Online Issue
  • Stali Linux - Radically different choice
  • Trademarks, trust, and software quality
  • Ars Premier Subscribers: Live chat with Ubuntu's Mark Shuttleworth
  • Zero Ballistics will be released for FREE in 2010?
  • Leapfrog Didj: Handheld Linux on the Cheap
  • To VM or not VM?
  • Dangling Meta Data Graphs
  • The future of kde notifications
  • Login windows or Linux distro easily, skip the password
  • I'm using Linux
  • My Dream Light Weight Linux
  • On The Subject of Pidgin Bugs, or Help Wanted and Needed!
  • Kbluetooth 0.4 is here!
  • Crafting Digital Media: A Book Review
  • ZDNet Poll: Should Government drop Windows and turn to open source?

today's odds & ends:

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HowTos
  • TinyMe 2010 Beta 2 review, or: is Unity strength?
  • Wireless Ad-Hoc Network – Linux
  • Install RPM with yum
  • Germany Rural district uses open source to manage IT at schools
  • DtO: The Bourne Hacker
  • Tether your Android phone to your Linux laptop
  • Inkscape Class Day 5
  • KiCad
  • How to Recover/ Hack / Reset Windows Password Using Ubuntu Live CD
  • Microsoft on HP and Linux, 2002: oh, noes

today's odds & ends:

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HowTos
  • Extensions in VLC media player, starting from version 1.1
  • Screencast: SELinux Demystified
  • Lomo Script for Gimp with Old Style Colors
  • XRandR comes to the rescue
  • The More I Upgrade, the Worse It Gets
  • Getting rid of initramfs trying to update a non-exsiting initrd file
  • HowTo Find out if Installed Linux is 32 bits or 64 bits
  • Configure the graphical firewall manager on Pardus 2009.1
  • JPackage – Yum Repositories for CentOS, Fedora and Redhat
  • Linux - ARP
  • Support for Broadcom Wireless Devices – Debian – Testing
  • Support for nVidia GeForce graphics card – Debian – Testing

today's (few) leftovers:

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  • Stable kernels 2.6.32.7 and 2.6.27.45 released
  • Mandriva Brazil launches its brand new website
  • Interview with KDABian Stephen Kelly
  • Discovering ncurses, the GUI for the Linux Console
  • GNOME and KDE programming at the university
  • International Free and Open Source Software Law Review: the New Issue is Out
  • Oracle climbs up the food chain
  • Intel Intelligent Power Sharing Coming To Linux
  • Ubuntu fans...
  • Reminder: The Linux® Command Line

today's leftovers:

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  • GCC to support Google's Go
  • RevLin OS: Would You Use It?
  • Distromania: A Multi-booting Template
  • Puppy Arcade 6
  • Novell: Virtualization not for all servers
  • setiQuest: Out of this World Free Software
  • Fedora Linux history tour
  • 6 of the best desktop search tools for Linux
  • What's Next for Firefox? Electrolysis
  • KDE to Appear at SCALE 8x
  • Tagging the Noosphere
  • Letters and Numbers Learning Game for Kids in Ubuntu Linux : lletters
  • Virtual darkroom plus virtual light table - it’s darktable!
  • New project: marave, a relaxed text editor
  • Limits?
  • detox for troublesome file names
  • Wikimedia hires open-source veteran as CTO
  • Linux Outlaws 133 - Shabba!
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 338
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