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Testing Out ATI Kernel Mode-Setting On Ubuntu

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phoronix.com: Kernel mode-setting for Intel graphics hardware can already be found in the mainline Linux kernel and will be included by default in the release of Ubuntu 9.10 later this year.

Introducing Gloss

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tuxradar.com: Taking a short break from his coding academy, Hudzilla has spent the last few weeks touring Italy and - believe it or not - fiddling around with Python. The first fruits of his effort are now available for world + dog to try, so if you're looking for something new to hack on, continue reading to hear from the man himself...

6 best orthodox file managers for Linux

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techradar.com: Depending on when you got started with computers, you've probably used an orthodox file manager. Go back to basics with these old-school file managers.

Test-driving Chrome for Ubuntu

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workswithu.com: With an alpha version of Google’s Chrome web browser recently released, I’ve been using it on Ubuntu for a few days. Below are some thoughts on the new browser and its ability to improve the Ubuntu experience.

AbiWord 2.7.3 Released

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uwog.net: We just released AbiWord 2.7.3. The most visible addition to this release is the return of our Maemo support.

On the menu - Console Apps

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kmandla.wordpress: I have mentioned a couple times that I have been running without X for quite a while, on my main system. Here’s what’s running on it.

Get your Google Chrome on in Linux

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blogs.techrepublic.com: Now I have to admit I assumed I would get it installed only to have it seg fault left and right (or worse, not even start up). I, however, was very pleasantly surprised.

The Three Best Linux Media Centers

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berkeleylug.com: The three media centers I list are my favorites. All of them integrate easily with MythTV by adding a simple menu item, and each work greats with remotes and looks good on your TV.

IMDB 0.3.0 now including console utility

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ariejan.net: With the release of IMDB 0.3.0, a command-line utility is included! Why is this awesome for you?

New cool list of Linux must-have programs

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dedoimedo.com: It's been approximately two years since I've written the first article, A (cool) list of Linux tools. Since, a lot has changed. I have decided to write a new article, from scratch, cataloging an up-to-date collection of must-have programs.

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Huawei CEO: Will keep using Android as long as it's open

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