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Flickrfs is a virtual filesystem which mounts your Flickr account on a Linux machine, allowing you to browse through your photos as if they were on a locally connected drive.

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This tutorial explains GDM (GNOME Display Manager) modification to support user verification through keystroke-dynamics processing. Modified GDM allows only you to login. If you go ahead and tell your password to a friend. They still won’t be able to log in using GDM without knowing the precise method of typing required when entering your user […]

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This is an excellent backup utility for new Linux user. Apple’s Time Machine is a great feature in their OS, and Linux has almost all of the required technology already built in to recreate it. This is a simple GUI to make it easy to use. Time Machine, like many backup utilities, creates incremental backups […]

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If you are looking for a screensaver that would show you something really cool about your system, try Linux kernel source code Screensaver. You need xscreensaver-data-extra and kernel source code packages. See Jason Kress blog for more information on installing and configuring Linux kernel source code screensaver.

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Conduit is a synchronization software solution for Linux GNOME desktop. With this software you can take your email, files, bookmarks, and any other type of personal information

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This guide will let you pimp you Ubuntu Linux to look like Windows Vista or Mac OS X. Linux is awesome. From the article: Changes are part of Nature so as with Technology, though this cannot be True for Windows and Mac cause the life cycle of a single Version is too much which is […]

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Compiz brings to life a variety of visual effects that make the Linux desktop easier to use, more powerful and intuitive, and more accessible for users with special needs. It is an OpenGL-based compositing and window-manager. Compiz is the original compositing window manager from Novell’s XGL project. It is developed by David Reveman and community. […]

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