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Finding Things on Linux and Understanding Regular Expressions

Juliet Kemp shares some useful regular expressions for finding things on your Linux system. She also guides us through the perilous minefields of single quotes, double quotes, and shell expansion, and shows us how to craft our own custom regular expressions.
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Good News, id Tech 5 Is Likely Coming To Linux

Contrary to earlier reports stating that the forthcoming id Tech 5 engine from id Software would likely not be ported to Linux due to the involved work, cost, and lackluster Linux graphics drivers (according to John Carmack), it looks like we will end up seeing this next-generation game engine running with Linux.
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Indie Game Studio Amazed At Linux Sales

Koonsolo Games, an independent game studio that developed Mystic Mine, is amazed at the rate which Linux users are purchasing their game. We know that Linux gamers are excited for new games, but Koonsolo has released figures showing the proportion of Linux gamers to those on Windows and Mac OS X...
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IBM Throws Out Microsoft Office

360,000 IBM workers have been told to stop using Microsoft Office and switch to the Open Office-based software Symphony.

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Haiku OS Beta 1: Simple Is Beautiful

After years of quiet but steady development, Haiku OS finally has its first beta. Here comes a new competitor for the desktop -- not just with Windows or OS X, but Linux,too.
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Enjoy Windows Applications on Linux with Virtualization

In this article I am going to show you how easy it is to get Microsoft Office running inside a Windows 7 guest running on top of a Ubuntu 9.04 host with the help of VirtualBox OSE.

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