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TechBytes Episode 22: Freedom Debate and Picks of the Yearview story

http://techrights.org – Direct download as Ogg (1:46:40, 32.0 MB) | Direct download as MP3 (48.8 MB) Summary: Tim, Gordon, and Roy speak about games and make their picks of the year (for 2010) TODAY’S show covers what was missed since last week’s show and OpenBytes has published the show notes with most of the topics and some corresponding links. We hope you will join us for future shows and consider subs (General)

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2010's Biggest Linux Thingview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – Well another year is drawing to a close, and that means it's time to begin taking stock of all that has passed in 2010. It was an eventful year for those of us in the Linux community, that's for sure -- so eventful, in fact, that it's almost difficult to remember all the many significant things that happened. Fortunately, the team at TuxRadar have been on hand to help. (General)

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Links 23/12/2010: FOSS is Not “Non-commercial”, Firefox 4 Beta 3 for Mobileview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux Desktop How to test if a laptop is working with Linux One interesting observation is that Ubuntu Lucid has almost twice the framerate than RHEL6 with glxgears. No idea why. Kernel Space Removing the big kernel lock. (General)

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Netbook server (and CF SATA!) opinions/discussionview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Okay so I was poking around the intertubes as I was thinking what to do with my current computer (Lenovo X100e) once I graduate, as a project for next summer.  I'd reasoned I could just quite easily sell it for $200 as it'll be used for over a year at that point and it's the base model, then put that cash towards my next mobile computer, likely the future model of the X201 as I (HowTos)

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The Dark Side of Chrome OSview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – does the concept chrome os scare anyone? (HowTos)

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Links 16/12/2010: Google’s ChromeOS Criticised by Stallman, X Server 1.9.3 Releasedview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux Desktop The outlook for Windows 7 with Google Chrome coming up Microsoft Windows owned 91 percent of the PC operating system market in 2009, and IDC expects it to drop by 1 percent by 2014. Mac, which had 4 percent in 2009, is expected to increase to 5 percent by 2014. (General)

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TechBytes Episode 18: Chrome OS, Sharing, Freedom, and Wikileaksview story

http://techrights.org – Direct download as Ogg (1:59:08, 36.1 MB) | Direct download as MP3 (54.5 MB) Summary: After almost a week (due to absence) we return to covering and debating recent stories of relevance within our scope TODAY’S show covers many topics ranging from Google’s new operating system to Microsoft’s slow death in the mobile space. (General)

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Think user Linux registrations can make a world change?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – TitleThink user Linux registrations can make a world change?The questionDo you think the registration of Linux users can make people, companies, governments, institutes, and everything related to technology change their opinions (minds)?Introduction My first experience with a PCI used proprietary software since I owned a PC. Starting from the operating system to the programs all was backed by a cl (HowTos)

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About torrents and people who know about them.view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi: I never knew exactly what to do with a downloaded torrent once the associated set of files had been transmitted. One day I made up my mind to fall back on LQ. Well... the thread got filled with many posts, and there were several opinions. Until a certain post completely illuminated the issue. (HowTos)

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TechBytes Episode 17: Chrome OS Imminent, Wikileaks Spreads to Mirrors, ‘Open’ Microsoftview story

http://techrights.org – Direct download as Ogg (1:46:36, 40.1 MB) | Direct download as MP3 (48.4 MB) Summary: Another ordinary episode with a lot of interesting topics and news TODAY’S show is a mixed bag of GNU/Linux, antiquated law, computer games, and Microsoft pretending to be “open”. OpenBytes will publish the show notes very soon. (General)