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today's leftovers:

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  • Firefox OS Powered Keon Makes Its Way To The FCC
  • Pimp Out Your Fedora 18 Xfce Desktop
  • Migrating to kmail2
  • The Focus Of Wayland's Weston Compositor
  • The Secret Password Is...
  • Three Types of Documentation You Should Stop Writing
  • Ubuntu 13.04 Preview
  • TechCrunch Podcast: and the magic of Ubuntu laptops
  • Install Burg Boot Loader In Ubuntu 13.04 & LinuxMint
  • My openSUSE 12 Journal 12: Hello 12.3!
  • {hacker,reddit}-top: Monitoring at your pleasure

today's leftovers:

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  • Andrew Wyatt on Fuduntu
  • Linux on the Mini PC
  • An Open Letter to Richard Stallman
  • Alternative to Slackware Store
  • Fixing unresponsive wifi on ThinkPad x200s running Linux Mint 13
  • Another Gentoo Hardened month has passed
  • IBM Falls Short of the Goal Line in 1Q13
  • How to get the best out of Pidgin

today's leftovers:

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  • MariaDB Foundation on course for community governance
  • Half-Life 2 Multiplayer Mod "Dystopia" Could Arrive on Steam
  • The State & Future Of The GNU C Library (GLIBC)
  • Slick New Kubuntu Artwork and call for testers
  • ROSA Marathon 2012 RP2 (Enterprise Desktop X1)
  • Rawhide week in review, 2013-04-15 edition
  • Libre Graphics Meeting 2013
  • Mozilla Manifesto Nears 1.0
  • Going Linux #206, #205
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 501

today's leftovers:

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  • Crystals Wallpaper
  • Brazil’s groundbreaking Internet Civil Rights Bill
  • How To Update Ports In FreeBSD
  • Participate: New LibreOffice Icon Test started
  • "Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers" Flight Arcade Bound for Steam
  • Rhythmbox Says Goodbye to the Ubuntu One
  • Password Attacks, Part II – The Dictionary Attack
  • Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad - Arcade Review
  • Linux ifconfig
  • Report from the freedesktop summit
  • FLOSS Weekly 248

today's odds & ends:

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  • Ubuntu Software Center Explored
  • 10 Reasons to Love Lubuntu 12.10 Part 2
  • Linux on Film: Antitrust (2001)
  • Firefox OS is launching in 16 emerging markets this year
  • 2014: The year of the Linux car?
  • Red Hat to repurchase another $300M of its own stock
  • Red Hat Releases Community OpenStack Distribution
  • Stallman Spake
  • Password Attacks, Part I – The Brute Force Attack
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 312
  • Spring cleaning
  • Upgrading to openSUSE 12.3 with zypper
  • The funny side of Linux command line
  • Ubuntu-Studio 13.04 Screenshot Tour
  • Mastering the Linux Shell : Killing Processes and Dire Warnings
  • Google, Red Hat, et al. Ask FTC and DOJ About Patent Trolls
  • Wayland 1.1 Officially Released With Weston 1.1
  • How to preview Ubuntu Unity Smart Scopes
  • GPU benchmark tools for Linux

other weekend highlights:

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  • A Dual Model of Open Source License Growth
  • 7 Subtle Unity Changes You Might Not Notice in 13.04…
  • Enable Different Wallpapers for Each Workspace in Ubuntu
  • Tuning Btrfs vs. F2FS, EXT4, XFS File-Systems
  • Linux Outlaws 306 – Game of Thongs
  • Good bye, PLF
  • Gnome 3.8 Review... Still Shit (video)
  • Graphical frontend for Systemd on openSUSE 12.3, GNOME 3.6
  • 4 apps to install in Fuduntu 2013.2
  • One thing to edit in Fuduntu 2013.2
  • Trying KDE’s File Manager -Dolphin- in GNOME 3.8
  • Stroking Beards about Linux
  • 10 Reasons to Love Lubuntu 12.10
  • Systemd: The New PulseAudio
  • GNOME 3.8 Classic for openSUSE 12.3
  • DPL election is over, congratulations Lucas Nussbaum

today's leftovers:

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  • The apps of KDE 4.10 Part III: KTorrent
  • People Who Support Linux: Tony Awtrey, Developer and Singer
  • Fedora 19 Alpha Gets Its First Delay Due To UEFI
  • Top 10 useful linux cli tools
  • GNOME 3.10 Release Schedule [Draft]
  • OpenMandriva Has a Face!
  • ccal: A calendar with a different view
  • 5 must read Linux Blogs
  • NVIDIA vs. Nouveau Drivers On Ubuntu 13.04
  • Debian Zombie Bug #645713 Still Lives
  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 5 Episode 6
  • Linux Basement: Episode 77 - We Don't Need No Claudio

some odds & ends:

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  • Google: 'We'll track EVERY task on EVERY data center server'
  • SUSE Studio 1.3: Linux Appliances Head to the Cloud
  • rumor mill: Microsoft taking a 'meaningful look' at a Linux version of Office
  • In Pictures: 13 hot new open source projects
  • Grimlands: Linux & Mac Versions announced
  • Why Unix Is Dead In Microsoft’s Private Cloud

today's leftovers:

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  • Five operating system alternatives to Windows 8 and XP
  • Divinity: Original Sin confirmed for Mac, Linux
  • Mageia 3 Beta 4 Live Images are Here, Let's Party!
  • The Dangers of a Post-License Era
  • Don't Starve: Refreshing Survival Game Now on Steam
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 500
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 499
  • FLOSS Weekly 247

some leftovers:

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  • SUSE sponsors new hardware for the Open Build Service
  • Create a Bleach Bypass Effect in digiKam
  • Top 10 tips to get started with R
  • How ScreenOS works when acting as a DHCP Relay agent
  • HOWTO : Customize Pentoo 2013.0 RC1.1
  • Upgrading Bodhi Linux to 2.3.0
  • Upgrading Slackware 13.37 To 14.0
  • Jedi Knight source-code liberated & Flare 0.18
  • Switching the display quickly between a laptop monitor and an external monitor or projector
  • Default Virtual Host in Apache
  • Full Circle Magazine #69 Audio Edition
  • OLPC shuns Indian founder after anti-tablet screed
  • How to write CentOS initialization scripts with Upstart
  • Shell Script : Find Files Older X days And Ask User To Delete
  • The Linux Foundation unifies Software-Defined Networking powers
  • Could the Chromebook spark a desktop Linux revival?
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 311
  • Shovel Knight unearths Mac, Linux versions
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