Clem has announced today that the upcoming release of LinuxMint11 will come by the end of May, this release will come with Gnome 2.32, the traditional Linux Mint desktop layout, mintMenu and the same desktop elements featured in previous releases.
Cairo Dock or GLX-2.3.0 is released, this new release comes with many new features and fixed many bugs. It features a System Monitor applet, a logout applet, Better layout for the menus, slider is much faster, better compiz and Kwin integration and more.
QR is short for ‘Quick Response’, a specific matrix barcode (otherwise known as two-dimensional code) typically readable by QR-readers and camera phones. Originated from Japan, it’s most likely the most popular form of 2D barcodes as of date. Generation of QR codes in Ubuntu is very simple and straight forward, thanks to the existence of […]
Giplet is a simple GNOME panel applet that displays your computer’s ip address. Giplet can either display the ip address of a specified ethernet interface or the ip address the outside world sees. It can also be set to recheck every so often in case your router resets or the ip address is renewed.
LinuMint10 KDE RC is released, this release comes with many new features and system improvements. LinuxMint 10 KDE RC features latest and recently released KDE 4.6, the menu was switched to Lancelot, the Software Manager got a better categorization of software and the use of application icons. For the update manager, added possibility of ignoring […]
Few days ago was released Y PPA Manager 0.5, this great tool comes with some important new features: A GUI for settings, a repositories backup/restore feature, and an option to scan and remove duplicate PPAs, this last one only works for PPAs which are in separate .list files; it doesn’t work if you add the […]
The Document Foundation launches today LibreOffice 3.3, this is the first stable of the free office suite developed by the community. According to the announcement, the grown of the number of developer working in the project helped to speed up the development of LibreOffice3.3 : “In less than four months, the number of developers hacking […]
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