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GNU nano 2.6.1
A CLI text editor originally designed as a Pico editor clone with several enhancements

PiTiVi 0.15.2 / 0.96 Beta
An Open Source and non-linear audio and video editor for GNU/Linux operating systems

Chromium 51.0.2704.106
A safer, faster, reliable, and more stable web browser for a better Internet experience

Google Chrome 51.0.2704.106 / 52.0.2743.60 Beta / 57.0.2783.2 Dev
The powerful, lightweight and easy-to-use web browser developed by the well known Google company

Ubuntu MATE 16.04 LTS / 16.10 Alpha 1
A community-derived Ubuntu operating system that features the MATE desktop environment

Lubuntu 16.04 LTS / 16.10 Alpha 1
The Wily Werewolf edition of the Lubuntu Linux operating system, built on top of LXDE

Ubuntu Kylin 16.04 LTS / 16.10 Alpha 1
The Wily Werewolf edition of the Ubuntu Linux operating system for Chinese-speaking users

GeckoLinux 421.160623.0 Rolling / 421.160627.0 Static
An open source GNU/Linux distribution based on openSUSE Tumbleweed and openSUSE Leap

youtube-dl 2016.06.30
A powerful command-line software that allows you to download videos from YouTube-like websites

Vuze / Beta 13
A free and powerful file sharing application for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows OSes

QCad 3.15.4
An Open Source and platform-independent application for computer aided drafting.

MeX Linux 160630
A Linux Mint based Linux operating system that features the Cinnamon desktop environment

GitLab 8.9.3
An open source clone of GitHub that allows you to create projects and repositories

Gnumeric 1.12.31
An easy to use, free, accurate and fast spreadsheet application for your GNOME desktop

FuguIta 5.9-20160629
An Open Source and free OpenBSD Live CD distribution dedicated to Japanese users

nginx 1.11.1
A powerful and lightweight web server and mail proxy solution for Linux operating systems

Apache Subversion 1.9.4
A version control system designed as a replacement for CVS (Concurrent Versions System)

ImageMagick 7.0.2-2
A comprehensive package supporting automated and interative manipulation of images

AMDGPU-PRO Driver 16.30
The official AMD Catalyst Linux display drivers installer for Radeon and ATI graphics cards

GNU Binutils 2.26.1
An all-in-one package that provides classes and libraries to manipulate binary files

Latest News.

Calamares 2.3 Universal Linux OS Installer Released with Full-Disk Encryption
Today, June 30, 2016, the Calamares team was proud to announce the final release and immediate availability for download of the Calamares 2.3 distribution-independent system installer. Calamares is currently being used in numerous popular operating systems, including, but not limited to, KaOS, Apricity OS, Chakra GNU/Linux, Netrunner, Sabayon, and OpenMandriva. It is the universal installer framework that many GNU/Linux distributions should adopt as it's now one of the most advanced system installers. After many months of hard work, the Calamares 2.3 as a drop-in replacement for the Calamares 2.2 series with many improvements, as well as a bunch of exciting new features, starting with the highly-anticipated full-disk encryption and support for NVMe devices in fstab, and continuing with an advanced partitioning feature. "It is the first installer with an automated “Replace Partition” option, which makes it easy to reuse a partition over and over for distribution te...

Lubuntu 16.10 Alpha 1 Officially Released with LXDE and Linux Kernel 4.4 LTS
Today, June 30, 2016, the Lubuntu team has released the first Alpha build of the upcoming Lubuntu 16.10 operating system, as part of the Ubuntu 16.10 Alpha 1 release for opt-in flavors. We've already told you what's new in the Ubuntu MATE 16.10 Alpha 1 distribution, so it's now time to take a look at the second of the three Ubuntu flavors that participated in the first Alpha release of the Yakkety Yak series. However, being the first Alpha, you shouldn't expect to see any major changes, as the Lubuntu 16.10 Alpha 1 operating system ships with same Linux 4.4 LTS kernel as Lubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus). Additionally, it looks like Lubuntu 16.10 Alpha 1 is still using LXDE (L...

Ubuntu MATE 16.10 Alpha 1 Arrives with MATE 1.14 Built Entirely Against GTK 3.18
Today, June 30, 2016, Martin Wimpress informs Softpedia about the immediate availability of the first Alpha release of the upcoming Ubuntu MATE 16.10 operating system, as part of the Yakkety Yak Alpha 1 announcement. Powered by the same Linux 4.4 LTS kernel as Ubuntu MATE 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus), the first Alpha of Ubuntu MATE 16.10 ships with the MATE 1.14 desktop environment, which has been built entirely against the GTK+ 3.18 GUI toolkit to be less resource hungry, much-improved versions of the MATE Tweak, Software Boutique, MATE Dock Applet, MATE Menu, and Ubuntu MATE Welcome in-house built tools. "Beaut, beauty! We're stoked to announce Ubuntu MATE 16.10 Alpha 1, the first dist...

Ubuntu 16.10 Alpha 1 Is Out for Opt-in Flavors, Final Release to Land October 13
Believe it or not, the development cycle of the next Ubuntu release has started, and a first Alpha build is now officially released, today, June 30, 2016, as expected based on the release schedule for Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak). As some of you might very well be aware of, the two Alpha release and the first Beta in the development cycle of a new Ubuntu Linux version are only for the opt-in flavors. Unfortunately, as we reported the other day, only three Ubuntu flavors are participating in the Ubuntu 16.10 Alpha 1 release, namely Ubuntu MATE, Lubuntu, and Ubuntu Kylin. We've been monitoring the development of Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) since the first daily builds were made available for download, and until today, we can report that no major changes have been done to the operating system, which ships pretty much with the same core components and applications as Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus). Therefore, Ubuntu 16.10 Alpha 1 ships today with Linux kernel 4.4 LTS, s...

Is Apple Too Early for the Future?
Remember the floppy drive? The 1.44MB storage device was too small in capacity and too big in size for a modern computer. Apple decided to remove it and the world went on fire. The CD and DVD were the future. Remember Flash? Steve Jobs didn't even want to consider it for its mobile devices and everyone called him an arrogant old man. Apple has always followed in the footsteps of ice skater Wayne Gretzky: "Skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been". And they were (most of the times) right. Quality versus Convenience The most recent debate in the Apple world is all about removing the headphone jack and replacing it with a digital connector, such as the lightning port or an USB Type-C one. It all started with some rumors that were confirmed by the Wall Street Journal. The gist of it is that the lightning port would serve as a double connector - charging the phone or serving as an EarPods plug. This may help Apple get to a thinner ...

One Crook Running over 120 Tech Support Scam Domains on GoDaddy
A crook running several tech support scam operations has managed to register 135 domains, most of which are used in his criminal activities, without anybody preventing him from doing so, which shows the sad state of Web domain registrations today. His name and email address are tied to 135 domains, as MalwareHunterTeam told Softpedia. Over 120 of these domains are registered and hosted via GoDaddy and have been gradually registered across time. The full list is available at the end of this article, but most of the domains look shady just based on their names. Really, how safe do you feel navigating to "security-update-needed-sys-filescorrupted-trojan-detected[.]info"? How about "personal-identity-theft-system-info-compromised[.]info"? Some domains are still online with active tech support scams While some are stil...

Google Keep Gets Intelligent Organization Feature, Inbox Receives Direct Sharing
Google Keep has been around for quite some time now and the application allows users to easily take all sort of notes on their smartphones. Now it seems that Google has updated the application with some new features, specifically one that allows users to intelligently organize notes. The new Google Keep feature lets users organize notes by topics, like books, travel, food, shopping lists and many more. Entries can be searched by using keywords, which means that users will be able to retrieve information in a faster and smarter way. Google Keep includes some other features like lists and the option to add labels or organize notes by color. Users can also create all sort of note reminders based on time or place and they can create voice memos with automatic transcription or use...

Google's Early Access Apps Section is Live in the Play Store
During Google I/O 2016, the company announced some new features for developers and end users alike. One of those novelties was the Early Access Apps Section. The section allows users to joining beta testing programs easier. Google has just made the section live. In the past few years, Google started allowing developers to test their beta versions of applications through the Google Play Store. Users could opt for joining such testing programs either on Google Group or Google+ Community. The new Early Access Apps Section shows unreleased applications that users can check out on the Google Play Store. The section went live today, which means that it will be available to users from all around the world. A new banner was added for the Early Access Apps section, ...

SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 SP2 to Ship with GNOME 3.20, Public Beta Out Now
Today, June 30, 2016, SUSE has had the great pleasure of announcing the availabilty of a public beta release of its upcoming, commercial SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Service Pack 2 operating system. For the first time ever, SUSE brings its enterprise-ready Linux kernel-based operating system to public beta testers, thanks to its new Open Beta program, where everyone can get early access to the improvements and new features SUSE implements in each new Service Pack build of its SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) products. "The exciting infrastructure capabilities in Service Pack 2 will help keep customers ahead of the innovation curve," said Raj Meel, SUSE product marketing manager. "To introduce these capabilities more widely, we've made this a truly open beta, not just for customers only. All developers, users and Linux community members can try out Linux kernel 4.4 updates in a top enterprise distribution, seeing firsthand how...

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Unlocked Available in the US
Samsung has just announced that it will make its flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge unlocked available in the US. The good news is that the devices will support all bands, making them available on all major US carriers. Since its launch earlier this year, Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones have set the bar when it comes to flagship phones. The devices were very well received by consumers, even if they didn't come with any major design or spec changes. Samsung did indeed fix some issues that were present at the predecessor model, the S6 and S6 Edge. Today, Samsung announced that the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge unlocked will be made available in the US. The two smartphones will support all bands, including CDMA, GSM...