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GNU Breeze: Firefox2 and SSL2

http://gnubreeze.blogspot.com

The older versions of SSL(Version 2) is really mess in the new version of firefox. Here is a simple tip to access websites with older version of SSL in Mozilla Firefox2.

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Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn — Cool, Fresh and… Unstable

http://polishlinux.org

"This will not be another “I just installed Ubuntu — it beats Windows — try it yourself” type of review. It is going to be rather a report from another successful upgrade, pointing out the biggest surprises and the most miserable failures of the latest release of Ubuntu Linux, codenamed Feisty Fawn."

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No Penguins On Today’s Safari? — TalkBMC

http://talk.bmc.com

"Moments ago Apple announced that Windows users can now download and run their popular Safari web browser. That's right, more Apple software on Windows boxes. Safari is a pretty cool browser, and I do use it on my MacBook Pro. But where's my Safari for Linux? Why wasn't today's announcement about open sourcing Safari?"

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Quick First Review of the Dell Ubuntu Notebook Computer Inspiron E1505N

http://linux.about.com

The Internet was operational immediately without any further setup. Using Firefox, I was able to access all my favorite websites. Going to youtube.com, the Flash plug-in installation was required, which was successfully completed in a few simple steps. Along the way I plugged in a USB mouse which was immediately functional without even asking a question.
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Linux Game Review: Nexuiz Linux Game Review: Nexuiz

http://www.raiden.net

Nexuiz is a 3d first person shooter (FPS) done in the old Quake 1 style of gameplay where graphics weren't as important as was the raw fun of pure deathmatch play. That form of gameplay has been lost in many ways in the newer games of today with their greater concentration on graphics and less on gameplay.

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Why so many Linux distributions?

http://blogs.ittoolbox.com

Seriously, there are so many different distributions and they are all very similar to each other with superficial differences to separate one from the other. So why is it that there are so many slightly different copies of Linux floating around?

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Taking OpenSolaris for a spin

http://www.linux-watch.com

If you're like most Linux users, you've heard of OpenSolaris, but I'm willing to bet you've never tried it. One reason, as former Debian co-founder and now Sun Chief Operating Platforms Officer Ian Murdock explained, is that OpenSolaris doesn't come as a packaged operating system like Linux does.

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How to boot Knoppix 4.0 from a USB Flash Drive

http://www.howudune.com

The following instructions describe the process for installing Knoppix Linux on a USB flash drive. This allows the OS to be booted directly from the flash drive. The instructions have been tested to work on Dell Optiplex GX270 and GX280s.

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Lunch break diversions: PONG! Multiplayer and Lost Labyrinth

http://applications.linux.com

Sometimes the simplest game can be every bit as addictive and fun as monster games like Halo 3 or Gears of War. This is probably the reason why games like Pong still remain popular to this day and continue to inspire developers. While there are probably hundreds of versions of Pong-inspired games out there, one that will appeal to hardcore Pong fans and casual players alike is PONG!

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KOffice 1.6.3 released with major updates to Kexi

http://applications.linux.com

KOffice 1.6.3 is out with a long list of changes, particularly for database management tool Kexi, the KOffice answer to Microsoft Access.

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Fedora 7 - A Review

http://shiftbackspace.com

A review of Fedora 7, based heavily only the out-of-the-box functionality. Fedora 7 has some great things to offer, but also has a few shortfalls. However, these shortfalls should be seen as a very ethical decision on part of the Fedora group.

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Watchdog group pans Google's privacy policies as worst on the Web

http://news.brisbanetimes.com.au

A privacy ranking lower than Microsoft? Remember the jailed Chinese blogger? Can Google be trusted?

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Blu-ray burning for Linux

http://www.tectonic.co.za

Phoenix Software and Nero have announced that Nero Linux 3 is now available in South Africa. Nero Linux 3 offers Blu-ray disc and HD DVD data burning support.

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Camino browser revision walks onto Mac OS desktops

http://internet.newsforge.com

Mac-owning free software fans got a treat this week with the release of Camino 1.5, a major upgrade of the Mozilla-based, OS X-native Web browser.

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Scorched 3D makes tank battles fun

http://applications.linux.com

Whether or not you remember the days when DOS was DOS and real geeks played Scorched Earth, a turn-based warfare game with tanks trading shots at each other until one was destroyed, you might find Scorched 3D, a modern remake of the old classic, just as addicting today as those playing the original did then. Not only that, it is the Project of the Month for May on SourceForge.net.

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