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Generating Graphs with gnuplot, Part 2

In Part 1 of this series on Gnuplot, there was a lot of talk about line colors, font settings, export scripts, and the like, but no actual graphs. Input from graphs can be read from the command line or, more commonly from external files.
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Firefox 3.5 Downloaded 5 Million Times in First 24 Hours

Mozilla officially released Firefox 3.5 on Tuesday. The new version of the popular open source web browser has attracted considerable attention and is already seeing rapid adoption.
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Mozilla Slates First Firefox 3.5 Patch

Mozilla will patch the just-released Firefox 3.5 later this month to stamp out several bugs that went unfixed in the final version of the browser, the company said.
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New Linux Patch Could Circumvent Microsoft's FAT Patents

Microsoft's recent lawsuit against TomTom, alleging infringement of filesystem patents, has left many questions unanswered about the legal implications of distributing open source implementations of Microsoft's FAT filesystem.
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Reserve Your Space on the Australian Stage

The Triple Crown of Linux conferences — if there is one — is surely the Linux Symposium, the Linux Kongress, and linux.conf.au.
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SourceForge Delivers 4 Billionth Open Source Download

SourceForge.net, the big open source app/code repository has hit a major milestone: 4 billion downloads.
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