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  • A ncurses based VLC audio player for console - nVLC
  • Run…Or Help Run!
  • AskUbuntu Extension for Chrome, Firefox & Opera 11
  • EasyImageSizer - Programe to batch reduce filesize of images
  • Going Linux Nov 05: #119 - Listener Feedback
  • Is Your Business Compliant with Open Source Licenses?
  • New: OOo-DEV 3.x Developer Snapshot
  • Sabayon Linux 5.4 “Experimental Spins”: Stable release
  • Can The Unigine Engine Get Any Better? Yes, And It Has.
  • The White House gets opens source
  • 8 (More) Free and Open Source Project Management Software
  • The Unsaid Document Foundation (talkbacks)
  • Linux Link Tech Show #374 11 03 10
  • More Upside For Red Hat?
  • Five Hosting Sites In the Top 41
  • Governments want more commercial out of commercial open source
  • Heroes of Newerth 1.0.17 Released

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  • Oracle kills low-priced MySQL support
  • Sabayon OSD, 2.6.36? Spins
  • Updated Windows Vs. Ubuntu hardware requirements
  • Geeky Songs
  • Multimedia, Education, and Free Software
  • Hilal Computers hosts Red Hat seminar
  • Linux software offers advantages to users
  • Above Resistance - Red Hat
  • Trading Alert for Red Hat
  • Sourceforge Project of the Month: Gutenprint
  • Diaspora Trailer
  • GCC 4.6 Leaves Stage 1 With New Features
  • MusicGuru - Music management utility
  • Spokify – v0.9
  • Top 5 Best Popular Linux Distributions
  • OLPC's $75 tablet debut delayed by 45 days
  • Control and Community – and the future of commercial open source strategies
  • Weathering the Ubuntu brainstorm
  • Sometimes Phoronix Grinds My Gears
  • KDE Activities
  • mount-cifs is replace by samba in gentoo
  • Why can’t we get Linux on the desktop right?

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  • Arch Linux Review | Linux Action Show | s14e03
  • Making of Sintel Open Movie - Documentary Video
  • Who's suing whom Graphic organizer
  • Security update for ProFTPD FTP server
  • Split - Beautiful New Theme from Bisigi
  • Linux Journal Daily November Giveaways!
  • Android kernel leaks like a colander
  • Exploring Software—Free Shared Libraries!
  • Automotive infotainment middleware debuts
  • The Unsaid Document Foundation
  • Why buy OLPC? You can rent computers in rural India
  • Simon Says... Community Escrow

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  • I’m back again (GNU/Linux retrospection)
  • OpenBSD 4.8 Brings Improved Hardware Support
  • DragonFly BSD 2.8 adds root partition encryption
  • PCLinuxOS 2010.10 Distribution Available
  • Midori 0.2.9 released with private browsing, Google reader fix & more
  • Linux 2.6.37-rc1 Kernel Is Here; Can Build Without BKL
  • A first look at GIMPs Free (Cage based) transform tool
  • Google Sues U.S. Over Unfair Cloud Contract
  • What is today's most popular linux distribution?
  • Perl Extensibility and Composability
  • Estonia: Official Mac and Linux ID Card Software Released
  • 88 High-Risk Defects Found in Android Kernel
  • Dell PowerEdge Ubuntu certifications
  • Superior technology is not enough
  • Red Hat Near Key Resistance Area
  • RHN Satellite 5.4 Released, first analysis
  • For the Symbian Foundation, Time Wasn't the Only Problem
  • Linux Crazy Podcast 85 Interview with Chris DeRose

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  • YaRock - Browse Music Collection By Album Cover
  • LAMP stack Halloween cake
  • Amnesia: The Dark Descent updated to 1.0.1
  • Netbooks: XO, Intel, Asus EEE Usability Test
  • Bell Systems Technical Journals Published
  • Netactview similar to TCPview
  • Mini DebConf Paris 2010
  • PlayOnLinux 3.8.5 is available
  • Choosing between development and production version of php.ini
  • Android faces critical security study
  • Google's 'copied Java code' disowned by Apache
  • Linux Outlaws 172 - Port 25

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  • The Next Star Wars Could Be Shot Using Open Source Software and Hardware
  • MintMenu 5.1.6 on openSUSE, Fedora, and Mandriva
  • Merging SVN Repos Explained
  • 11 Uses for an Old PC
  • Gentoo PAM developments
  • Eschalon: Book II 1.05 Is Released
  • Are Red Hat's Earnings Worse Than They Look?
  • SELinux enforcing for console activity
  • Mock-up: intelligent, ambient Boot Splash
  • VLC developer takes a stand against DRM in Apple's App Store
  • Ubuntu Forum to get facelift
  • Latest features of dpkg-dev: debian packaging tools
  • "Mint to Xbox... come in Xbox"
  • From information overload to Dark Ages 2.0?
  • Lighting the Fuse for an Enterprise FOSS Explosion
  • Debian Installer 6.0 Beta1 release

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  • Wayland Becomes A FreeDesktop.org Project
  • Apache Software Foundation on Servers, Innovation and the Cloud
  • systemd!
  • Civilized
  • Microsoft holds Androids hostage in open source wars
  • Google Android is only 'open' if you're the phone company
  • Asustek details tablet PC plans
  • NeverNote - A clone of Evernote designed to run on Linux
  • Full Circle Magazine #42
  • Options Activity for Red Hat
  • Are Shorts Watching Red Hat?
  • Will Russia's Move to GNU/Linux Prompt Microsoft to Repair Its Image?
  • DE: Resource centre helps public administrations implement open source
  • Rainbow Firefox Add-in Brings Advanced Video, Audio to the Browser
  • Stable kernel updates
  • Linux Halloween Pumpkin
  • Free as in Freedom Oggcast: Episode 0x01: Free of Annoying Buzz
  • FLOSS Weekly 140: Rakudo Perl 6
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2010.10.29

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  • Red Hat Hit a New 52-Week High Wednesday
  • You’ve Got An OS, I’ve Got An OS, Every Country Will
  • Linux Kernel Now Supports TILE Architecture (PR)
  • New Company Hopes To Follow a Red Hat Model With Apache Apps
  • Widening Value Gap Between Open Source and Commercial Software
  • FOSS Could Fix the 'Broken' Enterprise Software Model
  • Oracle and LibreOffice
  • Fedora to (try to) remove setuid files for F15
  • OuterCurve brings open source to science
  • Microsoft to charge royalty to prevent Acer, Asustek from using Android
  • Pandaboard and Gentoo: Part one (unpacking and specs)
  • ODF Plugfest — Brussels
  • Is Canonical Off its Rocker with its Unity Decision?
  • unity.ubuntu.com
  • How not to Handle Exceptions
  • ES: Andalusia: Open source has helped save millions of Euro
  • EU's procurement tool supports purchase orders and service catalogues
  • Malta government starts consultation to increase use of open source
  • Fedora 14 Coming Soon
  • Quake Live Premium Pack 3
  • Updated Linux Distribution Timeline
  • LF destroyed CELF
  • Symbian: A Lesson on the Wrong Way to Use Open Source
  • Linux Link Tech Show #373 Oct 27
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 2 Episode 20

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  • 20 Stunning Illustrated Wallpapers: Halloween Edition
  • Real-time Sunlight Earth Wallpaper for Ubuntu
  • Design Ideas for the SUSE/KDE Desktop
  • Red’s Bull Trade Action Alert: Red Hat, Inc.
  • openSUSE Conference 2010 Impression
  • LimeWire ordered to close by Court
  • Learning Linux the hardcore way: Linux From Scratch
  • Banshee gets new UI for podcasts
  • Tate using Drupal
  • OLPC San Francisco Community Summit 2010
  • Remmina – A Better Ubuntu RDP Client
  • openSUSE Conference: A Time for Introspection?
  • Russia to create 'Windows rival'
  • Marseille's desktop plans conflict with procurement rules
  • Portuguese Gvt must stop breaking procurement rules and move to open source
  • Crossfire- Another Open Source MMORPG
  • Oracle: Google 'directly copied' our Java code
  • New Sabayon Site Design & Sabayon 5.5 Teaser
  • 7 Things We Don't Have to Invent for Animation Production
  • why newbies should use linux

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  • Rhythmbox Is The Music Powehouse Of Ubuntu
  • Marico reduces costs and increases performance with Red Hat
  • dd(1): deceptively simple
  • Death of a thousands tickets (Pidgin)
  • What's The Fastest Filesystem On Cheap Flash Media?
  • The $100.00 Coolest Linux Workspace Contest Winner
  • aseigo: becoming a kde cog
  • Sonic Fan Remix Runs on Ubuntu with Wine
  • Nicholas Negroponte - The Colbert Report - 10/25/10 - Video Clip | Comedy Central
  • Annual awards source of pride
  • X.Org Server 1.9.2 Should Be Here By Christmas
  • Fun GNOME Number Facts
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