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Calibre 0.8.57 Packaged for openSUSE

I'm pleased to announce the new available EBook-Manager calibre package 0.8.57 for Balsam Professional / openSUSE. Whats happend since the last Minorupdate? 

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A Low-Latency Kernel For Linux Gaming

Within the Phoronix Forums and elsewhere it has been brought up that using a low-latency kernel can improve the Linux gaming performance, but is this really the case? In this article are some simple benchmarks comparing the stock Ubuntu 12.04 LTS "generic" Linux kernel compared to Ubuntu's low-latency flavor of...

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KDE To Get Smarter Copy Dialog

Cyril Oblikov, a KDE developer, is working on a new copy dialog for KDE as his Google Summer of Code (GSoD 2011) project. The idea of the project is "intelligent errors handling during the file transfer process."...

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Gamepad API Support Coming To Gnome

Good news for Gnome users, Gamepad API support is headed for Gnome soon, according to a recent blog post by Zan Dobersek whow was selected for Google Summer of Code.

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Conky: Cool System Monitor, Clunky Setup

No matter how much you change your desktop background image and switch distro themes, staring at the same computer's screen day in and day out can become humdrum. Conky can be used to decorate the desktop in endless ways and provide a stream of useful system monitors in the process.

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Merging The GNU D Compiler Into GCC, Again

It's been talked about before, but it's being attempted again to merge GDC into GCC. GDC is the compiler front-end for the D programming language...

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