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  • Weird Konsole Split
  • Ubuntu Software Center Screenshots
  • Storage Monitoring via SystemTap
  • Getting Started With FreeBSD 8.1
  • Experiments, adventures, and consequences
  • How to reduce Ubuntu 10.04 start-up memory usage
  • Anthony Kolasny Explains How KDE Software is Used At Johns Hopkins University
  • Wireshark for Network analysis
  • Canonical Hosts Leading ODMs At Ubuntu Hardware Summit
  • Linux Live USB Creator
  • Will PostgreSQL excite the open source DB community?
  • How is FreeBSD 9.0 shaping up?
  • If VMware Buys SUSE Linux, Could Red Hat Feel the Heat?

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  • If VMware buys Novell, what happens to the Microsoft deal?
  • Easily Building Software for Multiple Distributions and Platforms
  • Getting the Twain to Meet
  • Podcast: B-Sides – What’s up with KDE?
  • Announcing the Ubuntu Application Review Process
  • Traders Hedging Bets in Red Hat as Put Volume Surges
  • Red Hat Earnings Preview
  • UberStudent Is an Ubuntu System Custom-Built for Students
  • 6 Open Source Projects for 802.1X Network Authentication
  • Canonical and others close kernel holes
  • Love is all you need
  • What happens if Mr. Nepomuk meets a bunch of Telepathyans?
  • Unofficial Opensuse FAQ Update on progress
  • Nicholas Negroponte on Success of One Laptop Per Child
  • Novell announces new SUSE Linux Certification Programs
  • EU publishes open source tools to preserve digital holdings
  • Mandriva Fork and Unity
  • New OOo 3.3.x Developer Snapshot
  • Webmin's virtual twin
  • Linux From Scratch DIY guide updated
  • DtO: Pirates Are Overrated Anyway
  • Planning grant paves way for open source Variations on Video project at IU Libraries

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  • Java sitting at kids table at Oracle conference
  • Gentoo Hardened [Mostly] Ready for Servers
  • IA32 System Call Entry Point Vulnerability
  • Stripes: Arch
  • Microsoft reported to side with Oracle – Not really shocking?
  • Ubuntu Software Centre has great potential
  • Quake Live Premium Event
  • Jury Vindicates Former Linspire Employees of 3-Years of Robertson Attacks
  • How to deal with exploding codebases?
  • Wanna Help Make the Dot Better
  • The Linux Action Show! s13e08 | Epic Linux News

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  • Linux and Too Many Choices
  • IBM, Oracle could bid to buy Red Hat
  • Peazip- A powerful opensource file and archive manager
  • The Smell of Microsoft Desperation
  • Why Red Hat should fear Amazon Linux
  • Microsoft tea party against open source
  • The ZFS Linux Module Goes Into Closed Beta
  • KVM: Your Key to Open Source Server Virtualization
  • Interviews from GUADEC, Part 5: Michael Meeks
  • Diaspora: A first peek at Facebook's challenger
  • Sabayon Linux 5.4RC1 Testing Release
  • USB runtime power management Returns to Fedora
  • DtO: Know your Hipsters!
  • Open source: a savvy bet, even in tough times
  • Gentoo: 10 years compiling codeswarm
  • Simple udisks based automount daemon for Ubuntu

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  • AMD Catalyst 10.9 For Linux Released
  • Open Source Tools for Video Editing
  • Most common SSH passwords revealed
  • Programming Lessons From Linux Geeks in the Trenches
  • Managing Open Source: New Tools and Techniques
  • Drupal 7.0 Alpha 7 released
  • Rafael Nadal using Drupal
  • The 1% Linux Market-Share Myth: Who Cares?!
  • In Search of the Perfect KDE4 Distro – Disqualifiers
  • Five Web Browsers: Which is the Fastest?
  • IE 9: A Chrome, Firefox Rip-Off?
  • UK Government favours 'flexible' open-source software
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 367
  • openSUSE: a distro that matters
  • Android: Opening A Pandora's Box of Licensing
  • Wesnoth 1.9 Brings Awesome New Features
  • FLOSS Manuals Continues to Deliver Great Documentation
  • openSUSE: Finding The Target
  • Don’t Confuse Standards with Open Source Software
  • GTK Impression – Making Sense of Metacity
  • Nautilus Review in Ubuntu 10.10 Beta
  • Romania to develop national open source IT policy
  • FLOSS Weekly 135: WebcamStudio
  • TuxRadar: Podcast Season 2 Episode 17

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  • Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat Review + Screenshots Tour
  • Power Management Patches For Nouveau, Finally
  • OpenIndiana project first screenshots
  • Phishing warning: ubuntu-help.com
  • Opera, The Fastest Proven Browser
  • UK Government 'committed' to open source
  • Matthew Garrett: Thoughts on upstreams
  • FreeBSD’s SoC Summer Highlights
  • New Way To Get The New Official Ubuntu Font Family
  • The Novell news is not news
  • Fundamental Round Gnome Theme 2.1 Adds 6 Color Schemes
  • Cisco doesn't contribute nearly enough to open source
  • MeeGo a no-show at NokiaWorld
  • BEAST - Your Solution for Music Composition and Synthesis
  • DtO: Sorry you asked.

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  • The Final Ubuntu 10.10 Default Wallpaper, Released!
  • Frictional Nails The Fear Factor
  • Why Linux Is Poised for Domination
  • HoN Trial Is Now Open For Everyone
  • Debian Bugs Search using UDD
  • The Arc of the Moral Universe is Long...
  • Text editor frenzy
  • Sabayon KDE 4.5.x ?
  • Microsoft does the right thing for Russian protest groups
  • ‘Til Tuesday
  • Bruce Perens Waiting for Diaspora, Deleted Twitter Facebook
  • Best Buy using Drupal
  • Videoporama: Create Cool Video Slideshows
  • Cracking Linux on the Desktop – A Proposal
  • FSF: Look who's using free software...
  • Is Oracle poised to effectively end open source software?
  • Linux Basement Episode 61 - Whadya Talkin About Wheezy

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  • Foobnix: A Very Interesting New Music Player
  • More Zatikon Add-On Packs Coming Soon…
  • Red Hat teases: Who is its Australian cloud customer?
  • Phase 1 Garage: The next generation of entrepreneurship
  • The Most Vulnerable and Exploitable Operating System Ever
  • Pandora Open-Source Gaming Handheld is Alive and in Demand
  • More firms opting for open source software: Is it right for you?
  • Citizen Linus
  • Apache Software Foundation announces new Executive Officers
  • Open-Source Lecture Capture
  • Year-old vulnerability endangers OpenX ad server
  • 15 minutes of fame KDE screencast
  • Ubuntu makeover paying off
  • The short stack
  • Linux 2.6.36-rc4 Brings Two Weeks Of Fixes
  • Amnesia: The Dark Descent video game review
  • Ubuntu 10.10 – Misanthropic Mongoose Tryout
  • Kobo Desktop eReader application also available for Ubuntu
  • Firefox 4 Freeze Delayed Again, Panorama Gets Big Upgrades
  • LinuxInstall.net Podcast Episode 31 -Linux and a virtualized world...

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  • opensuse KDE bug triage report
  • KDE Wordpress Users Unite: You Now Have a KDE Air Theme
  • Firefox 4 JavaScript Benchmarks – Showing Improvements
  • gphotoframe 1.0.1 released
  • KDE Science: New Forum, Mailing List and News
  • Users Benefit from openSUSE KDE Repository
  • Lightspark 0.4.4.2 Brings Plug-in Based Audio
  • OLF 2010, day 1

today's howtos & stuff:

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  • Mass convert WMA to MP3 using ffmpeg and ruby
  • Utilising the Microsoft Baseline Security Analyser remotely from Ubuntu
  • DtO: You know the routine...
  • Burner (Fire Edition) - Bring Some Heat To k3b
  • Spring 0.82.5.1
  • India's Largest FOSS Event: FOSS.IN
  • Reasonably secure remote GUI access with SSH and NoMachine
  • How to setup additional timezones in Gnome
  • How to hide Gnome apps in KDE and vice versa?
  • Oracle vs. Google, not a private rant
  • Ideas get greased at NCSU's 'Garage'
  • Move files in bash with tar and progress bar
  • [SOLVED] Torrents stopped downloading
  • This time, OpenSuse
  • MariaDB going places: Drupal, Zend Framework
  • Nepomuk+strigi as desktop search
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