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ALSA 1.0.21 Released With Many Driver Updates

With it being a few months since the release of ALSA 1.0.20, it's now time for the ALSA 1.0.21 update.
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AMD's New Opteron EE Fills Out Six-Core Lineup

The new energy efficient part is the slowest but least power-hungry of the six-core Opteron line.
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Build a High Powered Linux Workstation on the Cheap

Remember the olden days of hertzes and bytes? Now it's giga-everything. Paul Ferrill takes advantage of low hardware prices to build a super-duper high-power Linux workstation for cheap. How cheap? $1000? $500?

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Using a USB Turntable with Linux

For most consumers, vinyl records are twenty years dead. But if you're a DJ, a collector, or the owner of limited edition vinyl, then records still matter to you--and you probably want to listen to your tracks sometimes on your Linux computer. The best way to do so is to create and transfer files via a USB turntable and the Audacity sound editor. The process is relatively straightforward, but it does have a few quirks.

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Why Are Computer Hardware Vendors Such Snoopy Control-Freak Weirdos?

You think you own your stuff that you paid your own money for? The Sony PS3, the XBox, the Palm Pre? Think again...
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Nine Things To Do With Your Linux eeePC

The size of the eeePC makes it a nice little machine to take with you everywhere. Equipped with eeeBuntu, the netbook will easily fill most of your day-to-day computer needs. Since eeeBuntu is a full-fledged version of Linux, it has a huge array of labor-saving applications and capabilities.
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