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  • Gentoo Summer of Documentation – Let’s do it!
  • Live Chat with Shuttleworth
  • AMD Catalyst 12.6 For Linux Disappoints
  • Alien Arena Reloaded Coming Next Week
  • KDE on the Raspberry Pi
  • How to Change Your Default Applications on Ubuntu: 4 Ways
  • FLOSS Weekly 216
  • Network Gotcha
  • Set up a Mailing List in Minutes with Simple Mailing List
  • Revisited: SolusOS 1.1 "Eveline"

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  • DragonflyBSD 3.0 vs. Debian GNU/kFreeBSD Wheezy
  • Kororaa 17 Delayed
  • Solaris, SCO, Linux, Open Source and Red Hat Summit
  • 4 Best Free AntiVirus For Ubuntu 12.04
  • How to Install Hundreds of Fonts at Once in Ubuntu
  • The Linux desktop, thanks to Chromebooks, goes retail
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 461

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  • systemd for Administrators, Part XIV, Part XV
  • Announcements Pour In from Red Hat's Conference
  • Red Hat CEO: We're at the Dawn of the Information Economy (and Linux is the Sun)
  • LibreOffice 3.6.0 is on Its Way
  • Power Programming: Bitwise Tips and Tricks
  • Tiny and Big, Episode 1 Released
  • Epic Action RPG “The Real Texas” Released
  • Mods and hacks for the Raspberry Pi
  • A slice of Raspberry Pi
  • Communicate with other users in your terminal using “write” command

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  • Opera 12: Not Ready For Prime Time
  • Xonotic and idTech4 news
  • Red Hat Rallies Linux, OpenShift Developer Partners
  • Orbitz Forgot Linux
  • Xonotic Aims To Be The Best Open-Source FPS
  • LinuxQuestions.org Turns Twelve
  • Linux Logging Basics | LAS | s22e05
  • Linux Outlaws 270 – Building His Own Community

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  • An Overview Of Qt 5.0 Features
  • Debunking x32 myths
  • Fedora Is Unsure About 256 Color Terminals
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 271
  • netrunner 4.2: everything but the kitchen sink
  • Mageia 2: smooth upgrade
  • Debian Wheezy GNU/kFreeBSD: Slower Than Linux
  • Ulteo OVD 3 – Open Source Remote Desktop
  • The Linux Setup - Chris, Open Source Developer
  • Discovering Zorin OS
  • GCC 4.8 Compiler - Is It Faster Yet?
  • Ubuntu TV: The Community Wish List Is Taking Shape
  • The Linux Directory Structure Explained
  • Edit your Videos with LiVES!
  • Zorin OS 6 Review

odds & ends:

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  • Dangerous commands you should not try
  • AMD Radeon HD 7970 GHz - Is It Worth It On Linux?
  • The reasons behind Gnome-Shell’s new face
  • Hardware accelerated video playback on EL6 (RHEL, Centos, SL) and Intel SandyBridge
  • Going Linux Jun 23: #176 Computer America #51

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  • Turn an Old Computer into a Networked Backup, Streaming, or Torrenting Machine with Ubuntu
  • Welcome To Ubuntu's Penguin Bar - How Can I Help You?
  • Gentoo Linux Health Report
  • This Week in Linux
  • Why companies must adopt the open source way
  • Improving font rendering on Fedora 17
  • Fedora introduces offline updates
  • NVIDIA Loses Huge GPU Order Due To Linux Blob
  • Another Happy Linux User
  • TuxRadar Podcast Season 4 Episode 11 Shineness
  • CAOS Theory Podcast 2012.06.22

some odds & ends:

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  • 9 Tricks for Using List Styles in LibreOffice
  • Another major game platform to support Ubuntu; Unity 4
  • Linux Format 160 On Sale Today - How to make a billion dollars the Red Hat way
  • New KDE Copy Dialog: First Preview
  • Summer of beautiful installations
  • GNOME Foundation Board Elections Results
  • FLOSS Weekly 215 - Excito
  • The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 460
  • Going Linux #175 An Interview with Jono Bacon

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  • Fedora 18 will install certain updates when rebooting
  • First look at the curved tabs in Firefox's new Australis design
  • Valve Picks Up Another Key Linux Developer
  • Linux cool hacks - Compilation 4
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 270
  • Red Hat Shares Slide After Missing Estimates
  • why we need anti-harassment policies
  • Five principles of an open source company
  • How to have animated wallpapers in KDE
  • Measuring the Raspberry Pi's Current Consumption

today's odds & ends:

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  • So, you want to learn Linux?
  • Raspberry Pi forever - getting the SD card(s) to work
  • Create your own Magic 8 Ball script
  • next iterations of the kde workspaces
  • Mandriva 2012 Tech Preview KDE Screenshots
  • Kwooty – The chilled-out nzb binary downloader for KDE 4
  • Airtime Rocks | LAS | s22e04
  • Linux Outlaws 269 – Someone Klose That Hole
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