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7 Steps to Better Tables of Contents in Writer

Like other word processes, Writer makes creating tables of contents (ToCs) quick and easy. Unfortunately, it also works with unaesthetic defaults and allows you to make choices that complicate your work flow rather than improving it.
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CUDA and Debian Lenny

NVIDIA CUDA is a general purpose parallel computing architecture that leverages the parallel compute engine in NVIDIA graphics processing units (GPUs) to solve many complex computational problems in a fraction of the time required on a CPU.
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Howto: Skype on Linux

Skype for Linux is easy to install and easy to use. This guide will show Linux users of all stripes how to use Skype.

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More on Using Bash's Built-in /dev/tcp File (TCP/IP)

If you saw yesterday's Tech Tip and were looking for more on using TCP/IP with bash's built-in /dev/tcp device file then read on. Here, we'll both read from, and write to a socket.
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Advanced Tips for Search-and-Replace in Linux

With regular expressions you can perform some mighty fine-tuned search-and-replace in text files, such as changing all the US-style date references (09/22/09) to UK style, (22.09.2009).
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