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For all Solaris users, Oracle has adjusted the terms of the license, which now requires users to purchase a service contract in order to use the software.
Terminator, multiple terminals in one window. The goal of this project is to produce a useful tool for arranging terminals. It is inspired by programs such as gnome-multi-term, quadkonsole, etc. in that the main focus is arranging terminals in grids … Continue reading
Linux, particularly the GNU/FSF types, tend to be more ideologically motivated, I find, and I think most of the hate against Free/Net/Open BSD is hate against the BSD license because it doesn’t fit into their framework of how the world … Continue reading
The new look of the Kubuntu Brand will be shipped with Kubuntu 10.04 Beta2 for a test run.
Debreate is a graphical utility to aid in the creation of Debian packages. It automates packaging, so there is no need to create a build tree, Debreate will automatically construct one and build the .deb. Debreate aids developers who want … Continue reading
GNOME Media Player 0.1.2 is released. The new version comes with new features such as volume controls and fixes many bugs in the application core. Gnome media player is
Richard Johnson published is his blog a new Kubuntu 10.04 Plymouth theme : “Tonight I quickly threw together a Plymouth theme for Kubuntu. I borrowed the ubuntu-logo theme and edited it to fit Kubuntu better by changing the background colors, … Continue reading
Sysinfo is a graphical tool that is able to display detailed information about your system / Computer, it is able to recognize information about :