- Unofficial Steam install for Linux. (linuxgamecast.com)
- Nadia backports available in Linux Mint 13. (linuxmint.com)
- GNOME: The traditional Linux desktop is coming back (pcworld.com)
- Portuguese Government Adopts ODF as Sole Editable Document Format. (consortiuminfo.org)
- OpenOffice dumped as Freiburg plots return to Microsoft. (computerworld.co.nz)
- Delays beset the Linux Foundation’s Secure Boot workaround. (pcworld.com)
- German govt comes out against Trusted Computing and Secure Boot. (linuxbsdos.com)
- HPR New Year’s Eve Show. (hackerpublicradio.org)
The Main Topic: Linux Mint 14 “Nadia”
- Release Announcement. (blog.linuxmint.com)
- What’s New in Linux Mint 14. (linuxmint.com)
- Release Notes. (linuxmint.com)
- Synergy (synergy-foss.org)
- Chromium Issues? (linuxmint.com)
- nVidia proprietary drivers. (linuxmint.com)
- If you want a script or application to run at boot, add the following line to your crontab file:
- @reboot <command>
- At a command prompt, type crontab -e. You may be asked to choose your default editor; nano is probably the easiest to use. Scroll to the bottom of the file and add the line. Save the file and you are all set.
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