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Nvidia 384.59 Released with GT 1030, MX150 Support

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The latest long lived Nvidia driver series for Linux has reached the 384.59 release. It features new GPUs GeForce GT 1030 and GeForce MX150 support and various bug-fixes. More changes in NVIDIA 384.59: Fixed stereo eye assignment not applied in the nvidia-settings. Fixed hibernate to hang during suspend when SLI enabled. Fixed OpenGL applications crashes Fixed that sometimes OpenGL applications ...

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MKVToolNix 14.0.0 Released with New Features and Bug Fixes

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MKVToolNix 14.0.0, a new release of the free and open source Matroska libraries and tools, was release a day ago with new features, enhancements, and various bug-fixes. New features and enhancements in MKVToolNix 14.0.0: mkvmerge: AAC: implemented support for AAC with 960 samples per frame. mkvmerge: identification: if the encoding/character set of a text subtitle track is known (e.g. because ...

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Wine 2.13 released, How to Install it in Ubuntu

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The Wine development release has reached version 2.13 a few days ago with some new features, performance improvements and a total of 33 bug-fixes. What’s New in Wine 2.13: Unicode data updated to Unicode 10.0.0. Nicer looking default mouse cursors. Persistent connections support in WinHTTP. Message Framing protocol support in WebServices. Improved metafile support in GdiPlus. Debug registers support in ...

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Install Plex Media Server easily via Snap in Ubuntu 16.04 / Higher

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Plex media server now is easy to install in Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 17.04, and their derivatives via Snap app. Install it either from Ubuntu Software or via snap command, and it will be updated automatically. Plex organizes all of your personal media so you can easily access and enjoy it through a web UI over the network. Or ...

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Wireshark Reached New Stable 2.4.0 Release (How-to-Install)

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Wireshark, the world’s most popular network protocol analyzer, has reached the new stable 2.4.0 release one day ago on this Wednesday with many new features, a large number of new protocol support, and more. New Features in Wireshark 2.4.0 include: Experimental 32-bit and 64-bit Windows Installers (.msi) are available. Disable the legacy (GTK+) UI by default in the both Windows ...

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MPV 0.26.0 Released with Universal Windows Plaform (UWP) Support

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MPV, an open-source MPlayer and mplayer2 based media player, has reached the 0.26.0 release today with new features, bug-fixes, and various other changes. Changes in MPV 0.26.0 include: Universal Windows Plaform (UWP) support (libmpv only) Require FFmpeg >= 3.2 for VA-API/VDPAU hardware decoding Disable DVB support by default since it doesn’t work on some old kernels. Built-in V4L TV support ...

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RSS Guard Feed Reader 3.4.1 Released with New Features

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RSS Guard, a simple open-source (yet powerful) feed reader, reached the new 3.4.1 release a few days ago with great new features and various bug fixes. New features in RSS Guard 3.4.1: Toolbar editor can reset toolbars. Toolbar editor now uses iconified tool buttons. Double click on feed or recycle bin items in feeds list now opens all messages of ...

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Texmaker 5.0 Released with New Interface, PDF engine, HighDPI Support

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Texmaker, an open-source LaTeX editor with integrated PDF viewer, has reached new major 5.0 release one day ago. Texmaker 5.0 Features: new and more modern interface look highdpi support on windows and linux a spellcheck annoying trouble on kde5 has been fixed new pdf engine synctex updated to 1.18 Qt4 support has been removed, Qt5 (>=5.7) is now required updated ...

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PyCharm IDE 2017.1.5 Released, How to Install in Ubuntu

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The PyCharm Python IDE has reached the new 2017.1.5 release one day ago with several bug-fixes. Here’s how to install or upgrade it in Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 17.10 and derivatives via PPA. PyCharm 2017.1.5 fixed following bugs: Segfault in debugger with Python 3.6 Python debugging would generate ‘unknown opcode’ errors. Test runner: nose generates a bunch of empty lines with ...

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Snap App of GIMP Image Editor Available for Testing

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GIMP, a free and open-source raster graphics and image editor, now is available as Snap application in beta channel for testing. Daniel Llewellyn is calling for testing GIMP Snap app on snapcraft forum. It’s GIMP 2.8.20 available in beta channel at the moment. Open terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T or by searching it from app launcher) and run command to install it: sudo ...

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