Release Notes: A 9mm pistol weapon was adde. You can now flood the world with slime. There were improvements and fixes in the level flooding code. Server and Client netfps and ticrate can be set via the misc menu. This allows you to use more bandwidth for a smoother gameplay tradeoff, which is good for LAN games or high speed Internet games where there is low ping.
Release Tags: 9mm pistol, netfps, flooding, Water, lava, SLIME
Tags: Game, First Person Shooter, sandbox, capture the flag, deathmatch
Licenses: GPLv2, GPLv3, GPL
Release Notes: This release introduces support for numeric resources. They can be used when you want to limit the maximum number of concurrent running tasks. By mixing numeric and simple resources, you can model patterns like "1 writer, max N readers" or, more generically, you can implement basic workload balancing features inside a single host or a network of hosts.
Tags: shell lock serialization
Release Notes: The partitioning scheme was changed to improve support for UEFI boot. When installing or upgrading several sticks at once, errors are skipped and shown in a summary at the end. Touchpads are now disabled while typing on the keyboard to prevent unintentional mouse clicks. Many applications (VirtualBox, Java, Midnight Commander, GeoGebra, etc.) were upgraded.
Tags: Linux Distributions, Live DVD, education, exam
Release Notes: The partitioning scheme was changed to improve support for UEFI boot. When installing or upgrading several sticks at once, errors are skipped and shown in a summary at the end. Touchpads are now disabled while typing on the keyboard to prevent unintentional mouse clicks. Many applications (GIMP, VirtualBox, Java, Shutter, Midnight Commander, Vokoscreen, GeoGebra, etc.) were upgraded.
Tags: Live Linux education
Licenses: GPL + Classpath Exception
Release Notes: This stable release includes a large number of bugfixes including a fix for a critical security leak in the /rest/users ReST service that could expose sensitive information. It also fixes a long-standing issue with Provisiond that could cause some services to fail to be detected. Upgrading is strongly recommended for all users.
Release Tags: Bugfixes, Stable, Security, provisiond
Tags: Networking, Monitoring, Hardware
Release Notes: A new JREHOMEDIR special variable was added. An Ant problem that appeared in Eclipse Indigo was fixed. The JGoodies libraries were updated. Logging based on the Launch4j environment variable for file association launch testing was added.
Tags: Software Development, Build Tools, Software Distribution Tools
Licenses: MIT/X, BSD Revised
Release Notes: This release added notifications in the viewer, a new Colors dialog with hue and saturation settings, and support for animated GIFs. Large images can now be moved around with the keyboard as well as the mouse. Usability issues were fixed. Qt 5.2 is now used. Missing icons when not in a DE were fixed. Additional image info was added to status and title bars. Issues with thumbnail navigation were fixed.
Tags: Viewer, image viewer, Graphics
Licenses: GPL v3
Release Notes: This release brings huge improvements to the usage of conditions, notably in"Focus" and "Exclude" in the popup and "Search" menu. You can save conditions using Cmd/Ctrl-I, and these will show up in the "Saved conditions" section of "Focus" and "Exclude". This will most likely be the last Java 5 compatible version. Development will continue on Java 8.
Tags: Software Development, Logging, Networking, Monitoring
Licenses: GPLv3, LGPL
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to collapse notes and to save and restore the note's raised or lowered state as well as change it with a keystroke. This release also adds the ability change the gadget color with a mouse click, and contains many internal reliability improvements and bugfixes.
Tags: text, notepad, X, Desktop, notes
Release Notes: Initial Freecode announcement.
Tags: Java, HttpClient, spider, bot, crawler, Swing, http, XML
Release Notes: This release brings the solvable polynomial common divisor package edu.jas.fd in a partially usable condition. The definition of greatest common divisor has changed and left and right gcds are now distinguished. Various improvements were made and bugs were fixed. The GB class constructors with PairList parameters have been completed. There is a new parallel recursive polynomial Gröbner base computation. More cases are handled in the GBAlgorithmBuilder and GBFactory. The jython scripting GB now have selectable sig-based GB algorithms. Unit tests for the new algorithms are added.
Tags: Mathematics, Scientific/Engineering, algebra, education, Symbolic Computation
Licenses: GPL, LGPL
Release Notes: This is a minor bug fix release, but with added support for include directives in .conf files.
Release Tags: Stable
Tags: Unix, Boot, Init, Init Daemon
Licenses: MIT/X, ISC
Release Notes: Some functions were added to the TAccessValidator class. StandardException was added. The sendmail command as a mail client was implemented. There are other bugfixes.
Release Tags: Bugfixes
Tags: High Performance, Software Development, Web, Internet, Dynamic Content, Libraries
Licenses: BSD Revised
Release Notes: This minor update fixes a bug in importing directives and definition evaluation-id files, adds support for 64-bit RPMs, and addresses a number of bugs reported by the community.
Release Tags: Minor bugfixes
Tags: Security, Software Development, Interpreters
Licenses: BSD Revised
Release Notes: This release brings node provisioning, customizable node connection strategies, dynamic connection pools, powerful configuration enhancements, and much more.
Release Tags: major features
Tags: GRID, grid computing, cloud, cloud computing, Java, Parallel processing, Parallel Computing, Distributed Computing, Open Source
Licenses: Apache 2.0
Release Notes: This release fixes compilation issues under Mac OS X and other FreeBSD systems using clang as a C++ compiler, brings some new libdar API calls, adds support for backslashes in DCF files, and fixes several minor bugs in the code and documentation.
Release Tags: Minor bugfixes
Tags: Archiving, Compression, Packaging, Utilities, Security, Cryptography, backup, DVD, Disks, Systems Administration
Release Notes: This release adds a listPref function to the class file.
Release Notes: This version includes support for locking layers.
Tags: Software Development, Libraries, php classes, Text Processing
Release Notes: This release is distributed in the form of a multi-boot CD, which allows you to make network installations of the following systems: Debian 7.4, Fedora 20, Slackware 14.1, and Ubuntu 14.04. It is also possible to boot 4MLinux 8.2 Rescue Edition 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