Revelation is a full-featured and secure password manager for the GNOME 2 desktop. It aims to be user-friendly and HIG-compliant, and it is tightly integrated with GNOME. It has several account types which can be grouped in folders, searched, and opened in external applications. It can both test and generate passwords. Accounts are stored in an encrypted file which can be accessed remotely via SSH, FTP, HTTP, WebDAV, and more. It can import and export data files for Password Safe, GPass, Figaro's Password Manager, and others.
Release Notes: This release adds VNC and RDP entry types and email for Web sites. It adds notes for all entry types. It can generate passwords with punctuation chars. A new SVG icon. Uses system cracklib instead of its own copy. Fixes multiple locks after being blocked by the screensaver. Fixes a crash in LUKS code. Fixes exporting to Password Safe and importing from files with no pad characters from gpass. It adds Basque, Spanish, Estonian, and Portuguese (Brazil) translations, and updates the German translation.
mkvtoolnix is a set of tools that allow users to display information about, extract streams from, merge several streams into, and split Matroska media files. Supported video stream types include streams from AVIs, Ogg/OGM, RealVideo, MP4 files, and MPEG program streams as well as verious elementary streams (h264/AVC, MPEG1/2, VC1, Dirac). Supported audio formats include AAC, (E)AC3, DTS/DTS-HD, FLAC, MP2, MP3, RealAudio, and Vorbis. Several subtitle formats are supported, including SRT, SSA, ASS, VobSub, and many others.
Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of important issues with the new "--split parts:" functionality. Other bugs were fixed as well. A Polish translation of the programs has been added, as well as a Spanish translation of mmg’s guide.
The primary aim of the Gtk+2 panel project is to provide a panel that reuses whatever is available (if it is not overkill) in the obvious way, such as subclassing GtkWidget instead of implementing applets, or by using a GtkBuilder file instead of defining a new format to customize the panel. This approach gives some additional advantages for free: you can use common tools in uncommon ways. Above all, you can use Glade to design your own panel. All the dependencies apart from GTK+ are (and hopefully will be) optional.
Release Notes: The gladeui autodetection has been improved, and the premature expansion of the catalogdir variable is now avoided. It is now possible to explicitly specify the path at configure time, skipping the gladeui autodetection. The build system gracefully support the --as-needed linker flag and has been improved to support "make distcheck" without errors. gtk2panel now has a --version argument so automake compatibility level can be raised to gnits.
libnetfilter_cttimeout is an interface to Netfilter Connection Tracking timeouts. It provides a userspace library which provides a programming interface to the fine-grained connection tracking timeout infrastructure. With this library, you can create, update, and delete timeout policies which can be attached to traffic flows.
Release Notes: This is the initial release.
plasma-wateriv is a plasma data engine and plasmoid for the KDE desktop which provides access to recent realtime water data using public Web services provided by the United States Geological Survey.
Release Notes: This major bugfix release fixes an issue which caused the plasmoid to crash the plasma-desktop. Other improvements include minor revisions to the main UI and minor additions to the search UI.
Cash is a shell written in C for Linux. As of now, it is rather minimal, and in the Alpha phase. It has tab completion, keeps a history file in the user's home directory, and has emacs-like line editing. More features will be added regularly.
Release Notes: This is the first (mostly) stable release of Cash. It includes line editing and history file writing using the GNU Readline and GNU history libraries. The logging has been revamped; it now keeps a log in ~/.cash_log instead of cluttering up /var/log/messages. Tab completion for files and directories works. Emacs-like line editing works. A config file kept in ~/.cashrc works. A custom prompt can be specified there.
SMARTReporter warns of ATA hard drive failures before they happen by periodically polling the S.M.A.R.T. status of the drives. S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) is a technology built into most modern hard drives that acts as an "early warning system" for pending drive problems. SMARTReporter can notify you of impending drive failures by sending email messages, displaying a warning dialog, or executing an application. The current status of your drives is always displayed through the customizable menu item.
Release Notes: This is the last version of SMARTReporter 2.x; visit the website to learn how to upgrade to v3.0. This release adds 2 new icon sets, Simplified Chinese localization, updated Swedish localization, and updated Italian localization. It fixes a memory leak, has stability improvements, and makes some changes in preparation for the discontinuation of SMARTReporter 2.x.
4MLinux is a miniature Linux distribution focusing on four capabilities: maintenance (by using it as a system rescue live CD), multimedia (for example, for playing video DVDs), miniserver (using the inetd daemon), and mystery (meaning console games).
Release Notes: The main features are: maintenance (4MLinux Backup Scripts and Clam AntiVirus 0.97.4), multimedia (MPlayer 1.0rc5, FFmpeg 0.10.2, and xine 188.8.131.52), mini-server (FTP, HTTP, SSH, and SFTP), and mystery (meaning a collection of small Linux games). Both Ethernet (including WiFi) and dial-up (including mobile phones and USB modems) networking are supported. 3D acceleration can be enabled for Intel, NVIDIA, and Radeon video cards. 4MLinux can be run as LiveCD, LiveUSB, or installed to a hard disk.
NLarn is an enhanced and improved rewrite of the historic roguelike game Larn. It tries to maintain the atmosphere and story of the last version of Larn (12.3) while improving gameplay and the user experience.
Release Notes: This release focuses on bugfixes and balancing. Some new items have been added, a missing scroll has been implemented, and a lot of bugs have been fixed.
aria2 is a utility for downloading files. The supported protocols are HTTP(S), FTP, BitTorrent, and Metalink. It has a powerful segmented downloading ability, downloading a file from multiple sources and multiple protocols and utilizing your download bandwidth to the maximum. It supports downloading a file from HTTP(S)/FTP and BitTorrent at the same time, while the data downloaded from HTTP(S)/FTP is uploaded to the BitTorrent swarm. Using Metalink's chunk checksums, aria2 automatically validates chunks of data while downloading a file like BitTorrent.
Release Notes: This release fixes the bug that prevented --bt-lpd-interface from working. If some options sent by RPC request are not acceptable for the download type, they are now simply ignored instead of rejecting the RPC request entirely. The aria2 RPC server now returns an 4XX error code if the request is not valid in the HTTP level. To improve packaging, a --with-bashcompletiondir configure option was added. This option overrides where the aria2c bash_completion file is going to be installed. All manual pages are now generated by Sphinx.
R128GAIN is an FFmpeg and SoX-based EBU R128 compliant loudness scanner for audio and video files. It helps you normalize the loudness of your audio and video files to the same level.
Release Notes: This release adds a commandline-only version, Linux 64-bit builds, and a fix for CLI crashing on Windows XP.
PHP Directory Listing displays the contents of a directory on a Web server with automatic thumbnail creation and caching for JPEG, GIF, and PNG files, a text preview for all kinds of text files and every other file type it knows about, and MIME type icons.
Release Notes: This release separates the UI into two flavors, "minimal" and "gallery", refactors more code to improve understandability, and adds an INSTALL file to help people set up PHP Directory Listing on their servers.
TEA is a powerful and easy-to-use Qt4-based editor with many useful features for HTML, Docbook, and LaTeX editing. It features a small footprint, a tabbed layout engine, support for multiple encodings, code snippets, templates, customizable hotkeys, an "open at cursor" function for HTML files and images, miscellaneous HTML tools, preview in external browser, string manipulation functions, Morse-code tools, bookmarks, syntax highlighting, and more.
Release Notes: This release adds Wikitext highlighting and quick editing support.
Xvisor is a type-1 hypervisor that aims to provide a monolithic, light-weight, portable, and flexible virtualization solution for ARMv5, ARMv6, ARMv7a, ARMv7a-ve, ARMv8a, x86_64, and other CPU architectures. It primarily supports full virtualization, and hence supports a wide range of unmodified guest operating systems. Paravirtualization is optional and is supported in an architecture independent manner (such as VirtIO PCI/MMIO devices) to ensure that no changes are required in the guest OS.
Release Notes: This release adds a few cleanups and feature additions in the core code, two new emulators, support for four new ARM processors, and SMP guest support. The architecture-independent code now supports advanced host IRQ management, clocksource management, clockchip management, and a bitmap library. Newly-added emulators include an ARM local timer emulator and an ARM A9MP private memory emulator. Newly-added ARM processors include ARM9, Cortex-A9, Cortex-A15 (without VE), and Cortex-A15 (with VE). From this release on, Xvisor ARM supports VExpress-A9 SMP guest.
SOFA is a statistics, analysis, and reporting program with an emphasis on ease of use, learning as you go, and beautiful output. SOFA can connect directly to your database and lets you display results in an attractive format ready to share or put in a spreadsheet. SOFA will help you learn as you go, whether you are a student, business analyst, or researcher.
Release Notes: Charts now have the option of rotated (vertical) x-axis labels. Scatterplots now focus on the data range better. Numeric values are right-justified in data tables. Kurtosis values in the normality test include the Fischer adjustment. Duplicated field names in imports are given unique suffixes. Excel importing now handles times without dates. More date formats are accepted when importing data. Better guidance is provided for data preparation before importing data. More robust handling of variable definition files has been added.
lsadl is an AMD/ATI GPU overclock and monitoring tool. It uses fglrx and AMD's ADL_SDK to adjust clock, voltage, and fan settings, and displays them in a chart along with temperature and usage.
Release Notes: This release doesn't assume FanSpeed_Get and FanSpeedInfo_Get support are exclusive and makes current clocks read on launch instead of default clocks.
Berkeley Yacc (byacc) is a high-quality yacc variant. It is written to avoid dependencies upon a particular compiler. It was written around 1990 by Robert Corbett, who previously wrote Bison. This version has been modified to conform to ANSI C.
Release Notes: This release adds minor changes to easily build on FreeBSD and for other packagers who prefer not to use the configure script.
iptables is built on top of netfilter, the packet alteration framework for Linux 2.4.x and 2.6.x. It is a major rewrite of its predecessor ipchains, and is used to control packet filtering, Network Address Translation (masquerading, portforwarding, transparent proxying), and special effects such as packet mangling.
Release Notes: This release supports the new cttimeout infrastructure. This allows you to attach specific timeout policies to flow via iptables CT targets.
conntrack-tools is a set of userspace tools for Linux that allow system administrators to interact with the Connection Tracking System, the module which provides stateful packet inspection for iptables. It includes the userspace daemon conntrackd and the commandline interface conntrack.
Release Notes: This release supports NAT expectations, synchronization of the expectation class, helper names, and expect functions. Filtering by mark is now allowed. Example configurations for Q.931 and H.245 have been added.
pyPEG is a quick and easy solution for creating a parser in Python programs. pyPEG uses a PEG language in Python data structures to parse, so it can be used dynamically to parse nearly every context free language. The output is a plain Python data structure called pyAST, or, as an alternative, XML.
Release Notes: This release cleans parsing and composing code.
Path Defense Framework is a .NET/Mono library for programming defense games in which players have to build towers along a path to fight off creatures moving along that path.
Release Notes: This release has no API changes compared to previous versions. Instead, it focuses on improving the documentation. As such, all identifiers in the library are documented now. Check out the online API Reference.