Release Notes: This release added support for tag values, e.g. 'tmsu tag song.mp3 country=uk year=2014'. Fingerprint algorithm can be configured (per database). Implied tags are now calculated on-the-fly during query rather than saved at time of tagging. File queries can now be limited to a particular path. The ability to turn off automatic tag creation (per database) was added. Tabulated output is provided for 'tags' and 'values' commands. Text operators were added to avoid the need for shell escaping. Zsh completion was improved with respect to tag values. Significant performance improvements were achieved.
Release Tags: alpha-release
Tags: tagging, tag
Release Notes: This version includes a plugin interface (that allows analysis or transformation of data prior to being written) an MD5 plugin, the use of posix_fadvise(), and the output of only short usage info on incorrect input parameters.
Release Tags: Minor feature enhancements
Tags: Recovery Tools
Release Notes: This release has better AD/LDAP integration (with group filtering) in order to automatically create accounts for your users. The Web GUI is complete for simple usage, including hardware token import. Some values can now go back to TekRADIUS. If activated, a prefix PIN is now also requested for SMS authentication. MS-CHAP and MS-CHAPv2 are now supported. Token resync doesn't need a prefix PIN anymore (but it is still accepted). Specific parameter order in QRCode for Microsoft Authenticator support.
Release Tags: stable major gui cli
Tags: Security, OTP, Authentication, php class, two-factor authentication, Internet
Release Notes: This release includes a new tool called ipmi-config. It supports the Intel Data Center Host Interface/Management Engine as an optional driver type for in-band communication. It adds OEM extensions for Intel Windmill, Wiwynn Windmill, and Quanta Winterfell motherboards in ipmi-sel and ipmi-sensors. These motherboards are also known as motherboards for the Open Compute Project (OCP). This release has been updated to support changes in the IPMI 2.0 Errata 5 and Intelligent Power Node Manager 2.0 specifications. Fixes have been added to support portability to Apple/OS X.
Tags: Monitoring, Software Development, Libraries, Hardware, Systems Administration, Diagnostics, Clustering/Distributed Networks, Networking, Hardware Watchdog
Release Notes: This release adds many bugfixes, especially for the Windows builds. The major new feature is the first edition of h.265/HEVC support.
Release Tags: major bug fixes, Major feature enhancements
Tags: multimedia, Video, Conversion, Sound/Audio
Release Notes: This new major release comes with massive improvements in all the core functionalities and lots of bugfixes. It's smarter, faster, superior in every aspect, and generally more streamlined to get things done fast and exactly the way you want.
Release Tags: Major
Tags: anidb, IMDb, md5sum, opensubtitles, sfv, sha1sum, sublight, subscene, subtitles, subtitlesource, thetvdb, Torrent, tvrage, tvrenamer
Release Notes: The internal version number was fixed to enable to be tested by the documents. The table of contents is colorized with the part and chapter colors. If the package "minitoc" is loaded, the generated minitoc are also colorized.
Release Tags: Major bugfixes, Major feature enhancements
Tags: Text Processing, Markup, TeX/LaTeX, Software Development, Documentation
Release Notes: This release allows the user to set fields on the tab Personal to read-only. NIS mail aliases can be managed on the user tab, and there is a new option to choose whether referrals should be followed. The Pro version supports Oracle databases and organizational roles. The "self" service now includes language selection, and password reset supports alternate email addresses. This is a test version. Please do not install it in a production environment, and report any bugs until March 15th.
Release Tags: Major feature enhancements, Minor bugfixes, Unstable
Tags: Systems Administration, Networking, LDAP, Unix, Samba, Zarafa, kolab, asterisk, IMAP, FreeRadius, kerberos, DHCP, PPolicy
Release Notes: The main changes in this are a DB data integrity report, a change of DB text field collation to Unicode, a new tag assignment UI, display of point-to-point IP neighbors, rack power consumption auto-calculation, fixes for some security issues, and bugfixes. This release concludes the active phase of 0.20.x development. After that, 0.20.x releases will contain only bugfixes, letting the developers to focus on the preparation of the 0.21 release.
Release Tags: Stable
Tags: Asset management, data center, rackspace, IPv4, IPv6
Release Notes: This release fixes two crashes, one caused by certain EPUB files, and the other occurring randomly when the user tries to rebuild an index.
Release Tags: Minor bugfixes
Tags: File Management, search, Desktop Search, word, excel, OpenOffice, PDF, HTML, Indexing
Licenses: Eclipse Public License
Release Notes: Minor bug fixes were made.
Release Tags: minor bug fixes
Tags: Office/Business, Scheduling, Information Management, reminder, GTD
Release Notes: This release fixes four bugs and makes five improvements. Important fixes were made to staging, initial load, pull synchronization, and transforms. The purge retention was reduced to improve performance. The transforms were improved with a new "copy if changed" transform.
Release Tags: Bugfixes
Tags: Database, Software Development, Libraries, H2, MySQL, Oracle, postgres, firebird, DB2, HSQLDB, Database Engines/Servers, synchronization, replication, Point-Of-Sale, sql server, Informix, Derby, Data synchronization
Release Notes: This release adds huge max-flow min-cut instances, created with the partitioning framework and containing up to 2.6 billion edges. The max-flow min-cut instances stem from the local search algorithms within KaFFPa that are used to improve a bipartition of the graph.
Tags: C++ Library, Scientific Computing, Scientific software, Graph, partitioning
Release Notes: This release is distributed in the form of a multiboot CD, which allows you to make network installations of the following systems: Debian 7.4, Fedora 20, Slackware 14.1, and Ubuntu 13.10. It is also possible to boot 4MLinux 8.1 to prepare the installation of these systems (by performing data backup, disk partitioning, and the like).
Tags: Linux distribution, Live-CD, system, rescue, Console, Server, multimedia, Games - Linux, X windows
Release Notes: CJK support is implemented. Some fixes were made for the tiny readline internal library.
Release Tags: CJK tinyrl readline
Tags: Shells, clish, XML, cli, shell, framework, fork, cisco, configuration, UTF-8, utf8
Licenses: BSD Revised
Release Notes: This is a security bug fix release.
Tags: Security, Cryptography, Software Development, Libraries
Licenses: GPL, LGPL
Release Notes: This release adds initial support for plugins (phase 1), detects the tune2fs/egrep binaries, and has several new functions. Some tests have been extended to properly display findings. The scan report and screen output have been extended to reflect the usage of plugins. Several smaller improvements make this release worthy of use.
Tags: Security, Forensics, Diagnostics, Audit
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, fixing path expansion for home directories and return codes on failed connects.
Tags: Deployment, System Administration, Configuration Management, remote execution
Licenses: Apache 2.0
Release Notes: A new flag (`-r`) has been added to reverse the album order. Two crashes with read-only images and directories containing spaces have been fixed. Image time-soritng has also been fixed.
Release Tags: Major bugfixes, Minor feature enhancements