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Schedule Photo Taking With gPhoto and cron

gPhoto is a program that controls a digital camera from a Linux machine. cron is the tried and true job scheduling program that has been a part of Unix and Linux since the beginning. Put those together with your camera and small footprint Linux machine and you can take all kinds of regularly timed photographs.

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LUG Launches Open High School Project in Sibiu County, Romania

An amazing project has been started in Sibiu County. Amazing, because in Romania these kind of projects are difficult to include and open source initiatives are still in their infancy.

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Hulu Labs Cooks Up Linux Support For Hulu Desktop

And today, it’s launching support for Linux. To be perfectly honest I did a double take when I heard the news--plenty of software never makes it to Linux at all, much less a few months after making its PC/Mac debut. But Hulu says that a Linux version was among users’ top requests, so they built it.

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Gnome 3.0 Stealth Preview: Will Anyone Notice?

The introduction of KDE 4.0 was met with such an avalanche of outrage and criticism that Gnome developers can be forgiven for being a bit gun-shy. Gnome 2.28 appears to be almost a stealth introduction of Gnome 3.0; will anyone notice?
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Untangling the Web with Mozilla Weave

Syncing bookmarks? That's for amateurs! If you're ready to get real, you can sync your bookmarks, passwords, history, tabs, and more with Mozilla Weave Sync for Firefox and Fennec.
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