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Conquer Video on Linux with MPlayer

MPlayer is not your run-of-the mill video player. It's a multi-platform codec-chewing monster truck of a video player for the connoisseur of video players. It has options galore and has the flexibility to play almost anything under the sun.

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Linux 2.6.34-rc1 Kernel Is Out w/ New Features

Following a two week merge window following the release of the Linux 2.6.33 kernel, Linus Torvalds has announced the first release candidate for the next kernel, to be known as the Linux 2.6.34 kernel. Of a lot of interest to us (and likely you too) are all of the GPU DRM updates in the Linux 2.6.
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Try the Linux Desktop of the Future

TuxRadar takes a look at several desktops and applications. "For the tinkerers and testers, 2010 is shaping up to be a perfect year. Almost every desktop and application we can think of is going to have a major release, a...
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OpenShot Linux Video Editor Updated

Two months after the release of OpenShot 1.0, the OpenShot developers have released version 1.10 of their open source video editor for Linux. The 1.10 release of OpenShot will be included in the Ubuntu 10.04 "Lucid Lynx" software center...
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Docky and GNOME Do, Now Separated

The GNOME based graphical launcher and keyboard launcher go their separate ways as the developers cut the source code cord...
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6 of the Best Free Linux Electronic Medical Records Software

In developed countries, healthcare workers represent a significant proportion of the working population. For example, in the United Kingdom, more than 1 million people work for the National Health Service, a publicly funded healthcare system. Medical software therefore has a huge market to tap. Whatever stage of a country\'s economic development, health care is one of the most important elements in society.

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