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External Linux Monitor Adventures

Only using external monitors once in a while, though, presents problems. People inevitably wait until the last minute to hook up the equipment only to find out that something doesn't work as expected or worse, the screens are messed up with no obvious way back.
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Nouveau To Enter The Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Kernel

The Nouveau driver, the X.Org project designed to provide a open-source NVIDIA graphics driver for Linux with 2D/3D/Video acceleration that's developed by cleanly reverse-engineering NVIDIA's binary driver, is about to get promoted in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS...

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Mobile Device Thieving Soon Won’t Pay

Intel Anti-Theft Technology (Intel AT) is turning perfectly good laptops into bricks and will eventually turn perfectly good smartphones into rocks.
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Measuring Linux By The Kill-A-Watt

Everybody knows that I like my horsepower. The bigger, louder, and badder... the better.
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Smart Power Monitoring with Network UPS Tools

An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a must-have in server environments, and for many desktop users as well. But although simply connecting your PC or server to a UPS will protect you from intermittent power outages and give you the chance to shut the system down at the keyboard, an unattended power outage could still cause problems.

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Lenovo Returns to the Linux Desktop

Lenovo will soon be shipping an ARM Snapdragon-based netbook using Linux.
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