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More Fun With Bash Quoting

I've written about bash quoting before, and yes, it's about as exciting as watching paint dry or listening to the corn grow. It can also be extremely frustrating when it doesn't do what you want, case in point: trying to script the u...
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Canonical Working on an iTunes-Like Music Store for Ubuntu?

One program people I know miss when they've tried to switch to Linux is iTunes.

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Google Chrome Operating System's First Appearance Scheduled

No more rumors. This time, it's real. Chrome, Google's Linux-based desktop operating system is on its way.
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How The X Stack In Ubuntu 10.04 LTS May Look

Canonical's Ubuntu Developer Summit for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (codenamed Lucid Lynx) is taking place this week in Texas, but happening right now on the Ubuntu-X mailing list is a discussion about what the X.Org plans are for Ubuntu Lucid.
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Impressive Lesser-Known Features of Impress

If you've ever created a presentation you know how much can be done with these outstanding tools.  Of course many users only take advantage of a mere portion of the the features available. Why is this? For most people it is a simple fact of not knowing the feature exist.

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Introducing OpenShot

As promised, I've continued to research and test desktop video editors for Linux. This week we'll look at OpenShot, a GTK-based project.
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