LottaNZB aims to simplify and automate downloading of binary news from Usenet. You can tell it what to download using NZB files, which are created by many Usenet search engines. It integrates nicely with GNOME desktops, but is not limited to them, and uses the mature SABnzbd software as its foundation.
|Tags||Communications Usenet News Internet|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
|Translations||Dutch German French English Danish Bulgarian Chinese (Simplified) English (United Kingdom) Hebrew Indonesian Italian Latvian Norwegian Bokmal Polish Portuguese Russian Spanish Turkish|
Release Notes: This release is built upon a new backend called SABnzbd, which is actively being developed and offers a rich API and many features. The main window as well as other parts of the user interface have undergone a redesign, making them slicker and more customizable. Users are given more information about and control over downloads. The setup process of LottaNZB has been greatly simplified, allowing the user to choose to either download to the current computer or manage the downloads of another computer. Furthermore, the whole help contents have been rewritten and are also available online.
Release Notes: This release features a few minor bugfixes, a new plug-in, and several new and updated translations. The new "Inhibit suspending" plug-in prevents the computer from being suspended as long as there are active downloads. The Newzbin plug-in has been removed, as the Newzbin.com Web service is no longer operational. A bug has been fixed that caused LottaNZB to crash on startup, and the order of the menu entries in the panel menu has been improved.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release that adds support for application indicators to be introduced in Ubuntu 10.04. The "Show main window" checkbox in the panel menu has become much more intuitive to use. The icons have undergone a minor update, making them a bit cleaner. Apart from that, two severe crashes have been fixed that only affect machines with new development versions of GTK.
Release Notes: The proprietary unrar application used to extract completed archives isn’t no longer automatically installed. This version works around a bug in HellaNZB that causes post-processing of certain downloads to stop. In Ubuntu 9.10, all application toolbars are now more compact, which saves space on the screen. Visual appearance on Ubuntu 9.10 was confirmed to be correct. Many translations were updated.
Release Notes: This release includes several bugfixes and updated translations. There are two new features: support for backup servers and a more accessible SSL feature.