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GNOME Do: The King of Launchers

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Software The main chore that you'll want to be handled via the GNOME Do is opening applications. Summon it with Super+Space, type a few letters and in a blink of an eye it will start guessing the program you want to launch.

Arora, a refreshing new Qt/WebKit browser

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Software The Gentoo Qt maintainers have been doing a fantastic job of getting cutting edge Qt software into shape. Recently they bumped the Arora ebuild to version 0.5. Arora is a lightweight browser based on Qt and WebKit.

Xfce 4.6 Final Released

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Software After more than two years of development, Xfce 4.6.0 has just been released. Xfce 4.6 features a new configuration backend, a new settings manager, a brand new session manager and sound mixer as well as several huge improvements of its core components.

Celtx jumps a version, releases 2.0

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Software After years of perpetual beta (it’s vogue these days), Celtx, the open source media pre-production and screenwriting application, is making the jump to 2.0. So let’s take a look and see if this new version worth its version number.

CodeWeavers Updates CrossOver Games

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Software If you're a gamer, you'll want to know about CodeWeavers' latest update for its popular gaming software. CrossOver Games 7.2.0 is now available for both Linux and Mac OS X, and includes a bunch of fixes, formal support for Spore, and an updated version of Wine.

VMware moves vCenter to Linux

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Software will release future versions of vCenter, its flagship virtualisation-management software, in Linux versions as well as for Windows.

Binary-only device drivers for Linux and the supportability matrix of doom

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Software I came across the following from the ext3-users mailing list. The poor user was stuck on a never-updated RHEL 3 production server and running into kernel panic problems. He was advised to try updating to the latest kernel rpm from Red Hat, but he didn’t feel he could do that.

X Server 1.6.0 Has Been Released

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Software It's arriving about two months later than originally scheduled (and didn't arrive in 2008 like Intel wanted), but X Server 1.6 has been officially released this afternoon and it wasn't 212 days late like the infamous X Server 1.4.1 release.

ZaReason: An Amazing Attack of Linux Cluefulness

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Software Genuine cluefulness in any business is a rare pleasure, and that is why I like ZaReason so much. ZaReason sells Linux boxes: desktop, server, netbook, and pretty much whatever you want. Another priceless bit of cluefulness is the Valerie Aurora Webcam mod option.

Eye Candy: Pimping the Gnome Desktop on Ubuntu

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Software There seems to be two different types of users: those who love eye candy, and those detest it. This article is for those who love to see the glitter, glamour, and special effects and want to pimp their Gnome desktop.

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