Galaxium-a new TM tool for linux

systemtoolGalaxium is a multi-protocol instant messaging(IM) tool,it supports MSN, Jabber, GTalk, IRC and the next version will also support Yahoo!, AIM and ICQ. You can keep in touch with families, friends and colleagues immediately by using Galaxium.

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Peach:a next Open Movie after Elephants Dream

2006,"Blender"this name raised a big dimple within the Computer Graphics Field and the CG Animation Field: a project(orange) calls Open Movie achieved a 3d movie -Elephants Dream with Blender,and offered to download and watch for free.This movie was completely made with Open Source software,none of commercial software (eg,Photoshop,Maya,Pixar's RenderMan, Shake...) were involved in .

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Easy 3 steps for upgrading Linux kernel

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I ever encountered a serious damage after i tried to upgrade my kernels when I was newbie.Now,I sum up the method for upgrading Linux kernel to 3 steps for you.I hope it can help.

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Youtube-dl: a handy tool for downloading YouTube video files

multimediaYoutube-dl is a handy tool for downloading YouTube video file in linux.It was written and actively maintained by Ricardo Garcia Gonzalez which allows you to download a YouTube video directly as a .flv file which can be played with mplayer or VLC.

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Tips for installing Nvidia display driver for Linux

If you found the official NVIDIA display driver which you downloaded and installed doesn’t work or work not perfectly,you may try my tips to re-install it:

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How to import your googledocs to Openoffice.org for editing

If you want to import your gooledocs to Openoffice for editing,you will need a Ooo extension call Godcs .

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Nvidia Linux x86 Display Driver 171.05 release!

Nvidia released its new display driver 171.05 on 30 Jan.One of my friend has installed this new driver ,he said it works.

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Gtk-KDE4 a tool for beautifying apperance for Gtk -software running on KDE4

Gtk-software's interface always looks inharmonious when they run on KDE4.I found a tool can beautifysystemtool the Gtk-softeare's appearance on KDE 4,this tool call"Gtk-KDE4".Modifying the Gtk-software's interface to be more harmonious wih Gtk-KDE4 is easy,just needs 2 clicks as below picture.

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Guide for installing ie4linux on Ubuntu

I want to give off IE,as a matter of fact ,I can't,for example,I have to test my webpages I desiged on IE,you know,M$ ' IE is not fully based on CSS standard.Therefore,I installed ie4linux .Now,I would like to share my installation of ie4linux as below:

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Supervising your bandwidth — iftop

Iftop is a like Top tool,however it doesn't supervise CPU but your route,suppling information on IPs connecting to your computer and bandwidth.

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