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After a Saturday off, returns PING MuyLinux , I will not say that with an incredible selection of subjects, because not every week is the same ” chicha “, but with some articles, news and tricks, they are …
scrollbars Chrome / Chromium style GNOME 3.4 : And there’s more to add. The trick I have in GNULinux.cat. Notifications
native Chrome / Chromium on Linux : Another trick to adapt this to your desktop web browser, you will find on OMG! Ubuntu
New Firefox beta for Android : What our partners say MuyComputer, and the truth is that the developments are very interesting, since support for Flash Player to renewed much improved interface.
: As if someone had passed, PulseAudio comes to new version, which you will find detailed news release notes.
Plasmoid ‘Secure Notes’ : As it sounds, this is a desktop notes plasmoid that can be saved with passwords. What you have in KDE-Apps, but be warned it is a touch version 0.1 and compile it.
Crop images visually in LibreOffice with CropOOo : Another title that says it all, quite interesting for more than one. This time you have it explained in Spanish in El atareao. Jump
sudo restrictions (in many distributions) : In Hispasec warn a vulnerability that affects many of the current Linux distros and kernel’s been around almost five years. But calm, updates are being put in place.
integrate Thunderbird 15 ‘DNT’ : It is confirmed that incorporate technology antirastreo Thunderbird Firefox ‘Do Not Track’, that have already adopted, or are in process of doing so-from Chrome to Opera or even Twitter. Details on MuyComputer.
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Tags: Android, Chrome, Chromium, DNT, Do Not Track, Firefox, GNOME 3.4, LibreOffice, Secure Notes, notices, PING, plasmoids, PulseAudio, Thunderbird, Tricks