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openSUSE Linux 42.3
The new and improved SUSE Linux operating system, a community-driven distribution

Blender 2.78c
A fully functional, powerful and cross-platform integrated 3D creation software suite

ClamTk 5.24
A free GUI (Graphical User Interface) front-end for the Clam AntiVirus application

Moodle 3.3.1
An Open Source web-based course management system or virtual learning environment

Chronojump 1.7.1
A free software for measurement, management and statistics of jump and run events

Fetchmail 6.3.26 / 6.4.0 Beta 2
A free remote-mail retrieval utility

GDB 8.0
This is the original and the powerful GNU Project Debugger for Linux operating systems

XEmacs 21.4.24 / 21.5.34 Beta
An Open Source and internationalized text editor for Linux and UNIX-like systems

Apache Ant 1.9.9
A Java-based and Open Source build tool, similar to GNU make, but designed for Java apps

Cacti 1.1.15
This project provides a complete and Open Source RRDTool-based graphing solution for Linux

LibreOffice 5.3.5
An open source office suite that provides a good alternative to commercial office tools on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X platforms

MAME 0.188
The Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME) project for Linux/UNIX operating systems

Chromium 60.0.3112.78
A safer, faster, reliable, and more stable web browser for a better Internet experience

GNUstep Live CD 2.5
A free Morphix-based GNUstep Live CD operating system powered by the Linux kernel

FreeBSD 11.1
An advanced and open source BSD operating system with support for many architectures

Mozilla Firefox 54.0.1 / 55.0 Beta 12
The Linux version of one of the most popular and powerful web browser products on the entire Internet, Firefox

Clonezilla LiveCD 2.5.2-20
A Debian-based Live CD that allows you to clone hard disks without installing any software

GNU Binutils 2.29
An all-in-one package that provides classes and libraries to manipulate binary files

ImageMagick 7.0.6-3
A comprehensive package supporting automated and interative manipulation of images

SteamOS 2.117 / 2.121 Beta
Valve's Open Source Steam operating system, based on Debian GNU/Linux and the GNOME desktop environment


Latest News.

You’d Better Sit Down: Microsoft Announces New Windows 10 Mobile Feature
Here’s something that you totally didn’t expect when you woke up this morning: Microsoft has just released a new feature for Windows 10 Mobile, at a time when everyone thought the company was ready to abandon mobile. Shipped as part of Windows 10 Mobile Insider build 15235, this new feature enables portrait mode orientation in Continuum, a feature that many users have been asking for since forever. Microsoft says in the official release notes that it has “heard your VERY PASSIONATE feedback,” and it would have been weird not to, though the most recent feedback coming from hardcore Windows phone fans isn’t something that the company should brag about. But leaving the criticism aside, this new update makes it possible to use Continuum in portrait mode, with the rendering of Continuum now displayed correctly on a portrait oriented monitor or other external screen. Coming to everyone later this year All you have to do to enable this feature is go to...

AMD Radeon Crimson ReLive Edition Driver Version 17.7.2 WHQL Is Out
AMD has announced the availability of its new 17.7.2 WHQLed Radeon Crimson ReLive Edition driver that promises to improve Radeon Settings, ReLive, Chill, Sync, WattMan, and more. Specifically speaking, the present release adds support for bitrates up to 100Mbps for recording or capturing, new controls for camera transparency, and new notifications for Instant Replay Saving, optimizes memory usage for lower overhead, and enhances audio controls. Moreover, Radeon Chill is now compatible with DirectX 12 and Vulkan, Multi-GPU, Hybrid Graphics, and Radeon XConnect Technology configurations, while Radeon WattMan supports memory underclocking and power state controls. In addition to that, version 17.7.2 WHQL makes sure Mass Effect: Andromeda won’t experience any incorrect colors, allows Frame Rate Target Control to work with DirectX 12 and Multi-GPU systems, and fixes corruption, recording, streaming issues seen in Radeon ReLive. Besides the improvements mentioned above...

Windows 10 Now Lets Users Link Android Phones to PCs, iPhone Support Coming Soon
Microsoft’s most recent Windows 10 insider build introduces a new feature that allows users to link phones and PCs and benefit from cloud synchronization that makes it possible to pick up from where you left off instantly. For the time being, this feature only works with browsing sessions, but this is just the first step of a broader Microsoft project that includes more advanced functionality presented earlier this year at Build and including Windows Timeline and universal clipboard. Currently working with Android devices but with iPhone support also on its way, the new feature can be configured from Settings > Phone – Microsoft has introduced a new Settings page just for this feature and it’s only available starting with build 16251. This is where you are prompted to link your phone with your PC by providing a phone number. Micr...

Microsoft to Pay Up to $250,000 for Windows 10 Hacks
Microsoft has expanded its bug bounty program to Windows 10, with the company willing to pay up to $250,000 to security researchers who discover vulnerabilities in its operating system. The Windows 10 bug bounty includes rewards ranging between $500 and $250,000 depending on how complex the security vulnerability that is discovered and the amount of information provided to the company – for example, submissions with proof of concepts are paid more. The program targets any critical or important class remote execution, elevation of privilege, or design flaws in the Windows 10 operating system that can be used by attackers to compromise the security and privacy of a device, Microsoft explains. Everyone finding such a bug is eligible for a bounty, though the company explains that if someone discovers a bug that has already been reported internally, only 10 percent ...

iPhone 8 to Experience Major Delay, White Version Canceled
We’ve known for a while that the iPhone 8 is projected to launch this fall, but several sources close to the matter indicated the device is very likely to experience a major delay due to supply issues. A recent report, however, indicated that Apple’s partners started production of the iPhone 8 and the device would arrive as projected, though here comes Japanese site Macotakara who claims that we shouldn’t get our hopes too high because the device will very likely land in late 2018. In other words, this is a confirmation that our previous reports were true and that Apple indeed plans to show the iPhone 8 at its September event...

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Redstone 3 Build 16251 with Tons of New Features
Even though Microsoft is now conducting the final Bug Bash ahead of the public launch of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the company doesn’t want to abandon shipping new features, so the just-released build 16251 brings lots of improvements in this regard. Specifically aimed at users in the Fast ring and at insiders who opted for the Skip Ahead feature, build 16251 introduces the very first features that let users link phones to PCs. For the time being, this feature only makes it possible to benefit from cross-device web-browsing for Android users, which is another way of saying synchronization between phones and PCs. Microsoft says that iPhone support will be added in a future build. Linking phones to a PC can be done from Settings > Phone and it involves receiving an SMS that prompts you to download a test application called “Microsoft Apps” for Android that makes it possible to establish the connection between the two devices. Once the connection is compl...

Meizu PRO 7 and PRO 7 Plus Unveiled with Rear Super AMOLED Display, Android 7.0
Following their tradition of announcing a new device via their official Twitter account, Chinese consumer electronics company Meizu today unveiled the Meizu PRO 7 and PRO 7 Plus flagship Android smartphones. With every single angle of the device being endlessly perfected, the Meizu PRO 7 and PRO 7 launch in Black, Silver, Gold, and Red variants with a Super AMOLED display on the back, not an e-ink one as initially thought, sporting plenty of features and live wallpapers (check out the video attached below to see it in action). Meizu PRO 7 comes with two 12 MP Sony IMX386 camera sensors with a large f/2.0 aperture for astonishing photos, though the Meizu PRO 7 has separate lens for color and black and white photography, just like Huawei did with their flagship P10 Plus smartphone,...

openSUSE Leap 42.3 Officially Released, Based on SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 SP3
openSUSE today announced the official and immediate availability for download of the latest and greatest update to the openSUSE Leap operating system series, version 42.3. Based on the SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE) 12 Service Pack (SP) 3 enterprise-ready operating system, openSUSE Leap 42.3 is at best a hardware enablement release that includes hundreds of updated packages compared to the previous update, in this case openSUSE Leap 42.2, which arrived in mid-November last year. More than eight months in development, openSUSE Leap 42.3 is finally here as the newest update to the rock-solid Leap distribution, powered by the long-term supported Linux 4.4 kernel series and including lots of well-tested components, but not necessary up to date (see below for details). "The rock-solid Leap distribution also offers great packages for streaming media, playing games, editing graphics and creating animation, 3D p...

UniCredit Bank Hacked, 400,000 Accounts Exposed
UniCredit has just announced in an official statement that its servers were breached by hackers, with details of approximately 400,000 clients said to be exposed. The bank explained that hackers managed to get inside its systems in Italy twice in the last 12 months. The first hack took place in September and October 2016, while the second attack happened in June and July this year, with the latter discovered by the company’s security department, triggering an in-depth investigation. UniCredit says the breach was possible through a third-party working with customer data related to personal loans, so hackers were likely capable of accessing information like name, addresses, and IBAN numbers. Passwords were not compromised, and no unauthorized transactions were detected. “UniCredit has launched an audit and has informed all the relevant authorities. In the morning, UniCredit will also file a claim with the Milan Prosecutor's office. The bank has also taken immediate ...

Firmware 02.51 Is Available for GoPro HERO5 Black and Session Cameras
GoPro has just rolled out a new firmware package compatible with its HERO 5 Black and Session action cameras, namely versions 02.51, which includes general improvements and bug fixes. If you want to enjoy the benefits of these updates, save and unzip the downloadable archive, and transfer the “UPDATE” folder onto the root directory of a formatted microSD card. Make sure not to copy it in a different folder. Now, remove the memory card from your computer and insert it into your action camera (power off the device before this step), turn on the GoPro unit, and wait patiently as the new firmware is applied. Take into account that the camera will cycle through some beeps and restart itself a number of times. During this, the unit will flash an “UPDATING” message before it turns OFF; make sure not to interrupt this process in any way. Even though this seems easy, bear in mind that removing the card/battery or making use of the camera’s buttons during the upgrade might...