CompizFusion: ***Updated guide for Ubuntu 7.04***

DO NOT INSTALL COMPIZ FUSION IF YOU ARE A NEW USER
USING 3RD PARTY REPOSITORIES IS NOT RECOMMENDED

If you are adamant about installing Compiz Fusion from a 3rd party repository, this is the only method I recommend. I strongly discourage the use of Trevino's repository.

*updated to reflect Amaranth's guide*

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion
Amaranth is the developer/maintainer of Compiz for Ubuntu. These ...

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Liferea

Feed technology is great - it allows you to have your favourite sites (including FOSSwire, of course!) to keep you updated with the latest content and push it out to you. There are many different reader applications out there, from the web-based, to the desktop and even in the mobile space.

One such desktop application for Linux and other Unix platforms is Liferea. Liferea bills itself as:

Liferea is an aggregator ...

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More Music to your Ears

In a continuation of my last post, I'm going to check out a few more music players. Again, these are development versions, and they might be different from the current stable versions.

JuK (KDE)

JuK seems to be another popular player for KDE. The easiest way to describe it would be having the interface of Amarok with the feature set of Rhythmbox. It basically plays music and lets you ...

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