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Replace Default Scrollbar Buttons For Mint-X-Metal Themeview story

http://www.linuxnov.com – Linux Mint 10 distributions which comes with Mint-X-Metal theme has a scrollbar buttons at the end of the scrollbar for both vertical and horizontal scrollbars, so here a bash shell script will easily help you to easily move these buttons to both sides of the scrollbars. Open mint-theme-fixer.sh then select open using terminal. Then choose between different options for replacing default system the (HowTos)

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DesktopNova Background Changer For Gnome & Xfce Desktop Environmentsview story

http://www.linuxnov.com – DesktopNova helps you to auto change backgrounds after an adjustable time from multiple files and folders you can add it to different profiles. DesktopNova is quite similar to wally application we mentioned it before in this post Here also does same functions as DesktopNova but wally includes many features like searching for pictures on different search engines and artwork websites. DesktopNova Fe (HowTos)

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LXer: How to Draw Arrows in Gimpview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: Photoshop users who have switched to GIMP will notice that some of the PS features are not readily available in Gimp. Drawing arrows is one of them. As a tech blogger who have to edit plenty of screenshots everyday, there are times where I need to draw arrows on the images to illustrate the point. (HowTos)

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Links 17/12/2010: Mentor Graphics Joins Linux Foundation, Linux 2.6.37 Imminentview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux Have yourself a very Linux Christmas Whether you cut your teeth downloading Linux 0.x source code or you want to give Linux a try for the first time, we’ve got presents for you. What do you get for the Linux lover in your life? (General)

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Next Tuesday: Social Media Collaboration Dayview story

http://news.opensuse.org – Last Monday the second Marketing Collaboration Day happened – with a focus on Marketing Materials. The moderators, Chuck Payne and Bryen Yunashko, would like to thank everyone who got involved for their hard work! (Distributions)

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LXer: Opensuse 11.4 (M4) Screenshots tourview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: OpenSUSE project released the fourth of six milestones in the development of openSUSE 11.4. Milestone 4 (M4) brings a wide range of updates, both major and minor. (HowTos)

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How to make a Custom Debian setupview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I have seen a lot of people recommend LFS and Arch well i choose Debian.How to make a custom Debian setup By SlipshotFor this little project you WILL need a good Internet connection and a Debian CD, i used the net install CD but any will do. And if you are asking why would anyone want to do this than here is your answer. (HowTos)

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Links 30/11/2010: Zeitgeist in KDE, New Gnome Shell Coverage, RHEL 6.0 Benchmarksview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux A history of viruses on Linux We recently gave you a brief history of viruses on the Mac and as requested by a user we wanted to give you a history of viruses on Linux. (General)

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Need help theming bash colors and the likeview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hey guys,as the title implies ive been trying to understand the proper way to colorize my bash and vim. I have seen really amazing screenshots over the years of people using tiling window managers who all seem to have really awesome text colors, and as I have been simplifying my experience as much as possible I would like to adopt this for my desktop. (HowTos)

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Links 22/11/2010: Venezuelan Government Distributes Another 350,000 GNU/Linux Laptops, Firefox 4.0 for GNU/Linux Gets Unified Menuview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux Bringing Up Hardware First In Linux, Then Windows After reading the Linux 2.6.37-rc3 release announcement on the Linux kernel mailing list, another interesting thread was found and it’s about getting hardware vendors to do their initial hardware bring-up under Linux prior (General)