Gnome Pilot 0.1.66 (Putting the You in SB) has been released:
This release is mainly to work with the new pilot-link 0.11.x series to
support the newer USB devices (Palm Mxxx series and Sony Clies for
* Update to work with pilot-link 0.11.x for USB device support
* Fix capplet bug with one time sync option
JP Rosevear firstname.lastname@example.org
Ximian Inc. http://www.ximian.com
The first Beta release of Evolution 1.2 (aka version 1.1.1) has just
Evolution is the GNOME mail, calendar, and addressbook application.
Please note that this is an unstable BETA quality release. It is not
very well tested, and might cause loss of data. Before upgrading,
please make sure you read the release notes at
The purpose of this release is to have Evolution tested as much as
possible before it reaches the final 1.2 stage, so we encourage you to
give it a try, and keep those bug reports coming! :-)
Evolution bug reports should be posted to the Ximian Bugzilla at:
Just like during the Evolution 1.0 Beta cycle, we will be giving prizes
to the best bug reporters, as detailed in the Evolution Developers' page
If you are using Ximian Gnome, you can install this version by
subscribing to the Evolution Beta channel in Red Carpet (System -> Get
If you do not have Ximian Gnome installed, you can download Evolution
binaries for various distributions from our FTP server:
The source tarballs are available at:
gui interface of compression decompression tools.
must be the best
-correct white space in leading path or name(now supported)
-some minor bugs corrected
Here goes your preferred Multimedia keys catcher. It should now really
work on something else but PowerMacs running Linux :)
Changes from 1.99.5
* make acme be unique per display instead of per user
* fixed a bug causing it to always use default values when grabbing
keys. (Mikael Hallendal)
* fix crash on exit
* default to OSS mixer even if ALSA is present.
* Danish (Ole Laursen)
* Norwegian (Kjartan Maraas)
* Vietnamese (Pablo Saratxaga)
* Brazilian Portuguese (Alexandre Folle de Menezes)
* German (Christian Neumair)
* French (Baptiste Mille-Mathias)
* Swedish (Christian Rose)
* Spanish (Carlos Perello Marin)
Next lined-up is the handling of more multimedia keys and a nifty
notification area icon.
Baculator is a Reverse Polish Notation calculator program with an infinite,
scrollable, stack. Supports basic mathmatical operations and several of the
advanced functions. Behaviour similer to an HP 48.
Initial beta release.
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