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Linux News for Jan 29, 2011

  • CodeWeavers Releases CrossOver 10 for Linux and Mac aka the Impersonator (Jan 29, 2011, 23:02)
    Wine-Reviews: "It's Mac in the back; Windows in the front. Gadfly software company, CodeWeavers, Inc., today releases CrossOver Impersonator Edition. This latest edition greatly increases the ease of running Windows software on Macs and Linux PCs without the need for a Windows operating system license."

  • Top 5 Bit Torrent Clients for Ubuntu (Jan 29, 2011, 19:02)
    Tech Drive-in: "There are a number of really good bit torrent clients for Ubuntu out there. Here we intend feature a collection of 5 really good bit torrent clients for Ubuntu which we think are among the best."

  • 2011: The Year of the Linux Tablet (Jan 29, 2011, 15:02)
    vs iPad: "For what seems like forever, we've been hearing the Linux fanboys of the world proclaiming that the coming year will be the "Year of the Linux Desktop." It's has become somewhat of a joke amongst Linux naysayers and even with the Linux faithful."

  • Weekend Project: Tackle Color Management on Linux (Jan 29, 2011, 11:02)
    Linux.com: "Do you see what I see? Maybe, if you have taken the time to tackle color management on your machine. The major desktop environments for Linux give 90 percent of users all the tools they need to see all of their images in device-independent accuracy."

  • Mozilla sprints to improve developer documentation (Jan 29, 2011, 07:02)
    Netstat -vat: "For the last six plus months, Mozilla developers have been focused on building Firefox 4. That's not the only effort that Mozilla is now sprinting to complete, developer documentation at the Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) is now also being completed."

  • LCA 2011: Keynote speaker censured over sexual images (Jan 29, 2011, 03:02)
    IT Wire: "One of the keynote speakers at the 12th Australian national Linux conference has been censured over the use of some sexual images in his presentation."