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the weekend comes, comes the PING MuyLinux , where we bring you some interesting things that did not fit in so far this week. And not much else to say, right? Attack
Debian Linux Mint 201204 : The developers of Linux Mint will not forget their “rolling-release” and a few days ago launched new version with several desks and new kernel. All information on the Linux Mint blog. Oxygen
Font 0.2 : And new version of the font of KDE, which already has bold and mono variant, besides presenting the regular improvements.
Open Source BlackBerry : They have our co-MuyComputerPRO something that sounds a little weird, but some analysts say could become a reality, is that the Canadian company is going hard time.
Skrooge 1.3.0 : With KMyMoney, Skrooge is one of the best applications for financial management in KDE and Linux in general, and as you can see presents new version, the details of shelled on the official website of the project.
say goodbye : The news published in The H Open and not much else to comment, but if you’re still using that version of the browser … touch update
find 60 examples of : In The Linux Juggernaut (often nombrecito) have been carefully worked examples explained a list of command find interesting (the link leads to the first part of the article).
expands to 5 GB free space : With all the uproar caused by Google Drive, Wuala people has improved somewhat this proposal and is one of the best out there . More information on MuyComputer.
Vivaldi is almost here! : The KDE Plasma Active tablet is revving up as Aaron Seigo has on his blog, and more and looks better (do not miss the links placed on the article).
gThumb 3.0.0 : Another novelty in the form of an image viewer and manager that is what is best in GNOME (I always wondered why such limited use applications such as Shotwell gThumb exist). Info and download WebUpd8.
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