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kamix 0.6.5 by Stefano Rivoir
kamix is a KDE mixer application for KDE 3 and ALSA, that was born just to provide some support for what official kmix lacked.
Since KDE 3.2, official kmix has all of the features kamix had before but kamix is still more configurable.A KDE mixer application for KDE 3 and ALSA, that was born just to…
Gtkam 0.1.13 by Hubert Figuiere
gtkam is the official GTK2 GUI for libgphoto2. Its purpose it to provide a standard client for libgphoto2 aimed at GNOME users.
Consider Gtkam as a reference implementation for a graphical libgphoto2 client.
What's New in This Release:
This release features bugfixes and updated translations,…
Speedtouch USB ADSL Drivers 1.3.1 by Benoit Papillault
Speedtouch USB ADSL Drivers are different from the "official" Alcatel Linux drivers in several respects.
First, it is implemented in user-space, which means that the application of kernel patches or insertion of kernel modules is not required.
It also implements its on pppoa encapsulation, s…
libgdamm 1.3 by Murray Cumming
libgdamm is a set of C++ bindings for the libgda database API, using glibmm.
gtkmm is the official C++ interface for the popular GUI library GTK+. Highlights include typesafe callbacks, widgets extensible via inheritance and a comprehensive set of widgets. You can create user inte…
ET Pro 3.2.5 by ET Pro Team
ET Pro is a mod specifically targeted at competition play, with features specifically designed for administration of competition servers.
ET Pro has been chosen as the official tournament mod for STA, TWL, CAL, Clanbase, and ESL.
The official IRC channel for ET Pro is #etpro on irc.freenode.…
Texinfo 4.8a by Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Texinfo is the official documentation format of the GNU project. It was invented by Richard Stallman and Bob Chassell many years ago, loosely based on Brian Reid's Scribe and other formatting languages of the time. Texinfo project is used by many non-GNU projects as well.
Texinfo uses a single so…
nALFS 1.2.4 by Kevin P. Fleming
Automated Linux From Scratch or ALFS, is a project that aims to create a generic framework of an extendable system builder and package installer using XML to describe the process.
Its goal is to automate the process of creating an LFS system. It seeks to make the process of building LFS easier an…
Konq Rellinks 0.4.1 by Kevin Krammer
Konq Rellinks is an add-on for Konqueror, the official KDE browser.
It allows you to access the relations defined in the header of the document. These relations can be links to other versions of the document, RSS backend, search page, copyright informations,.... For more informations about this,…
O.H.R.RPG.C.E 20060315 Tirgoviste by James Paige
O.H.R.RPG.C.E is an engine for making 2D console-style Role Playing Games.
A Linux port of the DOS-based "Official Hamster Republic RPG Construction Engine". Used for making games similar in style to the NES and Super Nintendo Final Fantasy games. A large assortment of RPG games are already avail…
mpg123-thor 0.59r-thor5 by Thomas Orgis
mpg123-thor is a version of mpg123 based on the official 0.59r with enhanced control interface (for DerMixD - or whoever likes it) and some existing patches merged together.
mpg123-thor should be a suitable (better) replacement for standard mpg123 as long as you do not depend on the behaviour of th…
Taprobane GNU/Linux 0.4.1 by Taprobane GNU/Linux Team
Taprobane is a convenient GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian. It can be installed to persistent media or used as a live CD.
Taprobane GNU/Linux is free software (open source). It's a collective work released under the Artistic License 2.0. Taprobane components are released under the GNU Gener…
GoldED+ 1.1.5 by Alexander S. Aganichev
GoldED+ si a substitute for GoldED Fidonet Mail Reader. The project was started in small town near Moscow, Russia. At this time I could not recall exact date of the first patch I've made. The only thing I could recall is that everything began from fixing annoyable bug which causes impossibility of d…
Libp11 0.2.1 by OpenSC Developers
Libp11 is a library that implements a small layer on top of PKCS#11 API to make using PKCS#11 implementations easier.
The official name for PKCS#11 is "RSA Security Inc. PKCS #11 Cryptographic Token Interface (Cryptoki)".
Libp11 source code include the official header files (version 2.20) and…
VideoGuide 0.21 by Mikhail Stepanov
VideoGuide is content management system for video libraries. It allows you organize your video files, added film descriptions from IMDB.com or manually, assing genres, persons etc.
There is a new feature in the module IMDB::Film. Now you can retrieve a list of official sites of specified movie. S…
Simted 0.0.4 by Simted Development Group
Simted - the official name of an engine for modelling systems of the various devices described by a system of the nonlinear ordinary differential equations (ODE).
The modern level of technical development puts forward high requirements to accuracy and time of modeling of devices: electronic, mic…
WaMCom 1.3.1 by Kai Engert
WaMCom is an open source software project, providing modified versions of Mozilla client software. WaMCom comes from Web and Mail Communicator.
End users are looking for stable software. But the Mozilla organization makes it clear to say: "We make binary versions of Mozilla available for testing…
PerSeO Linux 0.1 by CeSeNA Group
PerSeO is the official, Knoppix-based Linux distribution of the CeSeNA group. The version currently under development is v0.1 beta Live Professional, which will be accessible from both the command line and a remote administration interface.
Here are some key features of "PerSeO Linux":
Toribash 3.88 by Hampa
Toribash is a turn-based fighting game. Create your own martial arts movies in single player sandbox mode, or join the competition in the multi player modes.
Focus is on tactics rather than reaction and button mashing. The game features physics, full dismemberment, decapitation and comic style bl…
S.M.A.R.T. Linux 0.4 by Zbigniew Chlondowski
S.M.A.R.T. Linux is a bootable floppy distribution containing tool (smartmontools) for monitoring IDE/SCSI hard disks (using Self-Monitoring, Reporting and Analysis Technology).
Why floppy? Probably because all other distributions containing this useful utility are CD versions [and not everybody…
BackArrow 0.84 by Daniel Bainton
Backarrow is a Gtk+ Web Browser. This release is an un-official version to work with Mozilla 1.6. If you don't want to use it, get an official version from http://www.muhri.net/skipstone. BackArrow was a project to create a K-Meleon style web browser for GNU/Linux. The project died after the creator…
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