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Mobile Gadgets for Linux Gearheads on the Go

There are more options than ever for mobile Internet, from ubiquitous wi-fi to purchasing your own personal MiFi to carrying all of Wikipedia with you. Paul Ferrill looks at some cool mobile gadgets for traveling Linux users.
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'Ubuntu Needs a Longer Release Schedule!'

Every six-month Ubuntu release is greeted with a predictable barrage of praise, complaints, and solemn pundits calling for a slower release schedule. Jono Bacon, the Ubuntu Community Manager, reveals the whys and wherefores of Ubuntu's two-pronged release strategy.
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2.6.32 is Out! But a Word of Caution Around CFQ

Everyone loves a shiny new kernel. The latest one, 2.6.32, was released on Dec. 3 and there are some nice updates/fixes for file systems and IO in general. But there is a very important change for the CFQ IO scheduler that you need to understand.

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Is Eclipse an Open Source Community or Trade Association?

Is the Eclipse Foundation a true open source community or simply a trade association? That's the issue a former Eclipse Foundation bigwig raised recently before being slapped down by Eclipse Foundation Executive Director Mike Milinkovich.
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Extend OpenOffice.org with Toolbars

OpenOffice.org has risen to quite a place of prominence among office workers, home users, students, and just about every category in between. Why?

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Linux 2.6.32 Released

This release _feels_ long overdue due to two empty weeks for me (kernel summit and thanksgiving week vacation), but it's actually less than three months since 2.6.31, so I guess it's actually not that far off the normal schedule.

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