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Linux 2.6.32-rc4 Released

Another week, another -rc. About 60% of the patch is just a single new huge and bloated SCSI FC driver (yeah, I was close to not merging it at all), and if you look at all drivers and arch/blackfin, they together account for about 97%+ of the diffs since -rc3.
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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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Ripping Audio CDs in Linux

GNU/Linux offers several tools for ripping, some specific to the GNOME or KDE desktops, and others more general.

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Source Code Isn't A Standard

Savio Rodrigues just wrote about a colleague testing a bunch of browsers based on the open source WebKit rendering engine.
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