Linux in a Minute

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Autostarting Programs in KDE 4

Shawn Powers shows you how to automatically start programs in KDE 4.

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Use CURL to Login to Websites with a Script

How to submit html forms from the command line using CURL.

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Google Reader's "Next Unread Blog" Feature

Add a bookmark that will take you to your next unread article in your Google reader.

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Defaulting to the Dreaded MS Office Format in OpenOffice.org

Linux Journal's Shawn Powers shows you how to change the default file type in OpenOffice.org.

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How-to Save a Flash Video

Linux Journal's Mitch Frazier demonstrates how to save a local copy of a flash video when you don't have a save option.

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Auto-launching Programs on Startup

Shawn Powers shows you how to automatically launch a program at startup.

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Transfer Your Terminal with Screen

Shawn Powers demonstrates the use of the screen command to resume your command line applications when you switch computers.

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How-to Sync Bookmarks with Foxmarks

Shawn Powers shows you how to sync your bookmarks with the Firefox "Foxmarks" extension.

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Review: Flip Video Ultra

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Linux Journal Gadget Guy, Shawn Powers, reviews the Flip Video Ultra, a small portable video camera, and shows us how easy it is to edit the video with Kino.

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