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  • Xen Orchestra 4.12 Brings New VM Features

    Version 4.12 of Xen Orchestra is now available, the open-source project built around XenServer. The Xen Orchestra 4.12 release brings new features and is one of the few remaining before focusing on Xen Orchestra 5.

  • GNU Datamash 1.1 Adds New Math Operations

    Datamash is a GNU program for performing numeric/textual/statistical operations in textual data files via the program's CLI.

  • wallet 1.3

    It's been over a year since the last release of the wallet, a system for storing and retrieving secure credentials (currently relying on Kerberos authentication). There were a ton of pending changes, mostly thanks to work from Jon Robertson and Bill MacAllister.

  • rra-c-util 5.10

    Despite the name of the package, most of the changes in this release are actually to the Perl test infrastructure.

  • SMPlayer 16.1.0 Free Video Player Adds Better Support for VEVO Videos on YouTube

    SMPlayer, a free, open-source and cross-platform multimedia player software for GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows operating systems, has been updated this weekend to version 16.1.0.

    SMPlayer 16.1.0 is here to replace the previous release of the software, version 15.11, and it is also the first build in 2016. SMPlayer remains one of the top rated video players on GNU/Linux systems, as most users find it full-featured and comfortable for their video playback needs, even better than VLC Media Player.

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