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Projects of the Week, March 18, 2019

SourceForge - Lun, 03/18/2019 - 05:11

Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of

ExTiX – The Ultimate Linux System

Version 19.3, 19.1.3, 19.1.2, 19.1, 19.0, 18.10/18.8 /18.8-2 (nine versions – Build 190307, 190104, 190102, 181228, 181208, 180901, 180815, 180819 and 161203) of ExTiX 64 bit are based on Ubuntu. In ExTiX I have installed Deepin Desktop 15.5, Budgie 10.4, LXQt 0.13.0 respectively KDE 4.17 together with Kodi 18. PROGRAM content etc Among many other programs GParted, Brasero, SMPlayer, Gimp and Kodi. In addition Java and all necessary additions in order to install programs from source. PASSWORDS The password for root is root. The password for the ordinary user extix is live. Or live/live. ExTiX LXQt Mini Build 190104 ISO is of only 837 MB – run it superfast from RAM! Refracta tools in ExTiX 19.1.3, 19.1.2, 19.0, 18.8, 19.1 and 18.8-2 – Create your own live installable Ubuntu system. Slideshow: Build 161203 is for Intel Compute Sticks –
[ Download ExTiX – The Ultimate Linux System ]


Edit your avi, mpeg and nuv. Process audio and video. Cut.
[ Download avidemux ]


antiX is a fast, lightweight and easy to install linux live CD distribution based on Debian Testing for Intel-AMD x86 compatible systems.
[ Download antiX-Linux ]


Bluestar Linux is an Arch Linux-based distribution, built with an understanding that people want and need a solid Operating System that provides a breadth of functionality and ease of use without sacrificing aesthetics. Bluestar is offered in three edtions – desktop, deskpro and developer – each tailored to address the needs of a variety of Linux users. Bluestar can be installed permanently as a robust and fully configurable operating system on a laptop or desktop system, or it can be run effectively as a live installer and supports the addition of persistent storage for those who choose not to perform a permanent installation. A Bluestar Linux software respository is also maintained in order to provide additional tools and applications when needed or requested. Bluestar provides the following features: Up-to-date Kernel Wide Variety of Applications – Always Current Versions Full Development / Desktop / Multimedia Environment
[ Download BluestarLinux ]

OmegaT – multiplatform CAT tool

OmegaT is a free and open source multiplatform Computer Assisted Translation tool with fuzzy matching, translation memory, keyword search, glossaries, and translation leveraging into updated projects.
[ Download OmegaT – multiplatform CAT tool ]


winPenPack is a project that aims at collecting the most frequently used and most popular open source applications made portable, so that they can be executed without installation from any USB Flash Drive or Hard Disk. The winPenPack suites offer a wide range of portable applications like office tools, internet tools, multimedia tools, development tools, security applications and other frequently used utilities. Everything you need, completely free, open source and portable!
[ Download winPenPack ]

OpenKM Document Management – DMS

OpenKM is a electronic document management system and record management system EDRMS ( DMS, RMS, CMS ). It provides modern and flexible architecture that meet today’s IT demands, based on open technology (Java, Tomcat, GWT, Lucene, Hibernate, Spring and jBPM), powerful and scalable multiplatform application. OpenKM is a Web 2.0 application that works with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera. Can be configured in major DMBS like Oracle, PostgreSQL and MySQL among others. Due to its technological architecture design, OpenKM meets the document management needs of businesses of all sizes (from SMEs to big corporations). Thanks to its elegant and intuitive interface, OpenKM transforms complex operations into easy tasks. The most relevant functions of OpenKM is the indexing of the most common types of files: text, Office, Office 2007, OpenOffice, PDF, HTML, XML, MP3, JPEG, etc. For a complete feature list take a look at
[ Download OpenKM Document Management – DMS ]

JasperReports Library

JasperReports Library is the world’s most popular open source business intelligence and reporting engine. It is entirely written in Java and it is able to use data coming from any kind of data source and produce pixel-perfect documents that can be viewed, printed or exported in a variety of document formats including HTML, PDF, Excel, OpenOffice and Word. The project is also available at: JasperReports Server is the most popular open source interactive report server built-on JasperReports Library.
[ Download JasperReports Library ]


giflib is a library for reading and writing gif images. It is API and ABI compatible with libungif which was in wide use while the LZW compression algorithm was patented.
[ Download GIFLIB ]

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8 Tried and Tested Tips to Building a Successful Open Source Community

SourceForge - Vie, 03/15/2019 - 05:05

Building an open source community can be a challenge, but building a successful open source community? That’s something on an entirely different level. It’s relatively easy to get those first few, founding people together especially when they all need something from the project, but as time passes and more challenges start to appear, it gets harder to achieve greater project success.

Success may be somewhat relative here, but we can all probably agree that a certain number of contributions and contributors is indicative of a successful community; as well as a high level and quality of interaction and participation among community members; and of course, the achievement of the software development goals.

A successful community doesn’t just happen, it’s something you have to work on day in and day out. It’s hard work to be sure, but not that complicated. Jono Bacon, community strategy consultant and writer of the book “The Art of Community” and Jessica Deen, cloud developer advocate for Microsoft have laid out the core, simple steps to building a successful community:

  1. Have a very clear vision of what kind of community you want to build, and be concrete about what goals you want to achieve. This will make it easier for you to determine where you need to go, what steps you need to take, what you’ve already accomplished and what still needs to be done. Make sure your core mission is clear and explicit, as this will also be the main reason why people contribute to your project.
  2. Simplify, simplify, simplify. If you want your community to grow you should make it as easy as possible for people to get information and get on board. Eliminate incredibly complicated processes. People shouldn’t have to go through an obstacle course just to find your documentation or get help.
  3. Find an effective way to incentivize people. This can vary from project to project, so what works for one may not always work for you. Start by knowing your target group and what they want. For example, if you’re targeting developers, you’ll want to offer something of value to them. Developers often want to grow their skillset and build connections, experience and reputation, so you’ll need to determine how to incentivize along those lines.
  4. Communicate with your community. Be responsive, be transparent, be open and approachable. This helps you to connect better with the community, to better cater to their needs and in return, the community become more involved and invested with the project.
  5. Be authentic. People can tell when you’re not really genuine about your intentions for the project; and when you aren’t genuine people become less invested.
  6. Be intentional, don’t wing it. Have a plan and a definite timeline and follow through.
  7. Measure your progress. Track what’s being accomplished, always ask questions, collect data and monitor your progress.
  8. Lastly, have passion. Be passionate about your project, your mission and your community. Without passion, all the work you’re doing will simply be just that: work. You won’t be inspired or motivated to really achieve anything with your project and you won’t really care if it’s simple or easy to contribute to. Any incentives will also seem meaningless if you’re not really passionate about what you’re doing.

There may be multiple approaches to building successful communities, but following these core steps and learning how they can be applied to your specific open source project is a solid start.

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Projects of the Week, March 11, 2019

SourceForge - Lun, 03/11/2019 - 05:03

Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of


For Changelog, full characteristics, etc see on website.
[ Download RevolutionOS-MIUI ]

Condres OS GNU/Linux

Welcome to Condres OS, a modern, intuitive operating system for the cloud generation of computing. We believe that an operating system should be easy to use, easily accessible, and beautifully designed. We have also incorporated software in order to minimize security risk as much as possible.
[ Download Condres OS GNU/Linux ]

Ext2 Filesystems Utilities

The Ext2 Filesystem Utilities (e2fsprogs) contain all of the standard utilities for creating, fixing, configuring , and debugging ext2 filesystems.
[ Download Ext2 Filesystems Utilities ]


[ Download dotOS-downloads ]


TuxGuitar is a multitrack guitar tablature editor and player written in Java-SWT, It can open GuitarPro, PowerTab and TablEdit files.
[ Download TuxGuitar ]

Dolibarr ERP – CRM

Dolibarr ERP – CRM is an easy to use ERP and CRM open source software package (run with a web php server or as standalone software) for businesses, foundations or freelancers (prospect, invoicing, inventory, warehouse, order, shipment, POS, members for foundations, bank accounts…). Dolibarr is also available with auto-installers for users with no technical knowledge to install Dolibarr and all its prerequisites (Apache, Mysql, PHP) with just one package. Available platforms for such packages are: Windows, Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Redhat, Fedora, OpenSuse, Mandriva, Mageia. Other platform can use the generic distribution. This is a modular product, than can be enhanced with tons of external modules (to provide you features not available by default) from Download Dolibarr ERP – CRM here or sign up for 15-day free trial of the cloud-based application with free updates and support at one of the Cloud providers
[ Download Dolibarr ERP – CRM ]

crDroid Android

crDroid is a free Android based ROM, bringing a lot of features that are most advanced in terms of customization and stability!
[ Download crDroid Android ]

uGet – Download Manager

uGet, the Best Download Manager for Linux. uGet is a lightweight yet powerful Open Source download manager for GNU/Linux developed with GTK+, which also comes packaged as a portable Windows app. – Quick Links – Features: Screenshots: Blog: Support: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): RSS Feed:
[ Download uGet – Download Manager ]


PSPP is a program for statistical analysis of sampled data. It is a free replacement for the proprietary program SPSS. PSPP has both text-based and graphical user interfaces. Project page: See changelog:;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/master For support: or e-mail: For bugs: or email: For known issues:
[ Download pspp4windows ]

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March 2019, “Staff Pick” Project of the Month – Outlook CalDav Synchronizer

SourceForge - Vie, 03/08/2019 - 06:07

For our March 2019 “Staff Pick” Project of the Month, we selected Outlook CalDav Synchronizer, a free Outlook plugin, which synchronizes events, tasks and contacts between Outlook and Google, SOGo, Nextcloud, Horde or any other CalDAV or CardDAV server. Outlook CalDav Synchronizer was previously selected “Staff Pick” Project of the Month in March 2017 where developer Alexander Nimmervoll spoke about the project’s developments and direction. Recently we caught up with Alex to find out how the project has been doing since then.

SourceForge (SF): What significant changes have occurred with your project since you were chosen Project of the Month in March 2017?
Alexander Nimmervoll (AN): In the last 2 years, Outlook CalDav Synchronizer was improved a lot; beginning with localization support and translations in German, Russian, French, Italian and Portuguese, to huge performance improvements with support for WebDAV Collection Sync (RFC 6578), all the way to support various drafts and protocol extensions like per-event coloring (RFC7986) or the calendar-proxy feature for autodiscovery.

SF: Have any of your project goals changed since then?
AN: Our main goal is still to provide the missing link in an open source collaboration solution to connect Microsoft Outlook to open standards and protocols like CalDAV and CardDAV.

SF: What project goals have you achieved so far?
AN: We reached the threshold of more than 1 million downloads on SourceForge and became the number one Outlook add-in for CalDAV/CardDAV support with integrated profile types for many different server vendors, which all recommend us as the suggested Outlook integration.

SF: What can we look forward to with Outlook CalDav Synchronizer?
AN: On the one hand we try to implement new interesting features like support for attachments and on the other hand we are focused on the enterprise market and plan to provide more product bundles with support in cooperation with various collaboration and calendaring server vendors.

SF: Is there anything else we should know?
AN: Our goal is to further improve the interoperability of the calendaring protocols with different vendors and therefore we also joined the CalConnect Consortium to help with the evolution of open standards.

[ Download Outlook CalDav Synchronizer ]

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Today in Tech – 1992

SourceForge - Mié, 03/06/2019 - 06:14

On this day in 1992 the Michelangelo Virus struck thousands of computers, causing data loss. The Michelangelo Virus is a computer virus that was discovered on February 4, 1991 and was designed to infect computers by overwriting critical data on their boot disk and damaging the disk. Researchers named it after the Renaissance artist Michelangelo because every year it would remain dormant until the artist’s birthday, March 6. There is nothing in the virus’ code that referenced the artist however, so it is quite possible that the virus author, who remains unknown, never intended for the virus to be named after Michelangelo!

The Michelangelo Virus is among the earliest viruses to receive widespread media attention, as well as instigate widespread hysteria. The latter was caused primarily by initial reports on the virus stating that it would affect millions of computers, when in fact it only infected a few thousand. After the initial attack, news outlets eventually lost interest in the virus and it was quickly forgotten.

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Projects of the Week, March 4, 2019

SourceForge - Lun, 03/04/2019 - 06:19

Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of


Clonezilla is a partition and disk imaging/cloning program similar to True Image®. It saves and restores only used blocks in hard drive. Two types of Clonezilla are available, Clonezilla live and Clonezilla SE (Server Edition).
[ Download Clonezilla ]


Repository Geospatial packages for Arch Linux
[ Download ArchGeoTux ]

Arrow OS

ArrowOS is an AOSP based open source project started with the aim of keeping things simple, clean and neat, both for the Android system and users. We understand the pain of unnecessary and sometimes rarely used mods/features being shipped with custom roms nowadays which may end up causing battery drains and/or memory leaks. This is being strictly avoided on our side keeping everything to a bare minimum, delivering the stable performance all the time without destroying the AOSP interface. With users getting more used to tweaks and features, we added just the right stuff that will be actually USEFUL at the end of the day.
[ Download Arrow OS ]


digiCamControl is an free and open source software. This allows you to save time by transferring images directly from your camera to your computer as you take each shot and allow to control camera shooting parameters.
[ Download digiCamControl ]

Super Audio CD Decoder

Super Audio CD Decoder input plugin for foobar2000. Decoder is capable of playing back Super Audio CD ISO images, DSDIFF, DSF and DSD WavPack files. Direct DSD playback for compatible devices.
[ Download Super Audio CD Decoder ]

Universal Media Server

Universal Media Server is a DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server Universal Media Server supports all major operating systems, with versions for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The program streams or transcodes many different media formats with little or no configuration. UMS is powered by MEncoder, FFmpeg, tsMuxeR, AviSynth, MediaInfo and more, which combine to offer support for a wide range of media formats Check out the list of media renderers here:
[ Download Universal Media Server ]

Superior OS

SuperiorOS is an AOSP based ROM that works on Android OS 9 (Pie). We try to fulfill the demands of users regarding features , stability & performance
[ Download Superior OS ]

Win flex-bison

Win flex-bison is a windows port the Flex (the fast lexical analyser) and Bison (GNU parser generator). win_flex based on Flex version 2.6.3 source code and win_bison based on Bison version 2.7 and they depend on system libraries only. Git repository: UPDATE1: Bison version 3.x.x available in Files section in package. UPDATE2: Now “winflexbison” available as package in Chocolatey ( and UPDATE3: You can use VS custom build rules to simplify working with winflexbison in Visual Studio 2010 and upper (
[ Download Win flex-bison ]


OpenFOAM – The Open Source CFD Toolbox. OpenFOAM is a generic, programmable software tool for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). For more information, see: – Main Website: – C++ Source Documentation: – Issue (Bug) Tracking: – User Guide:
[ Download OpenFOAM ]

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DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 804

DistroWatch - Lun, 03/04/2019 - 01:07
This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Condres OS 19.02 "MATE"News: Devuan plans first conference, CentOS marks 15th birthday, UBports to run on new PinePhoneQuestions and answers: Securely erasing hard drivesReleased last week: Ubuntu 16.04.6, NuTyX 10.6, Fatdog64 800Torrent corner: 4MLinux, Alpine, Archman, Clonezilla, Condres OS, Container, Fatdog64, KaOS,....
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Distribution Release: SolydXK 201902

DistroWatch - Dom, 03/03/2019 - 14:09
Arjen Balfoort has announced the release of SolydXK 201902, the latest stable build from the project that develops a set of desktop-oriented Linux distribution (with Xfce and KDE Plasma), based on Debian's stable branch: "New 201902 ISO images have been released. These are some of the highlights: the....
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Distribution Release: Linux From Scratch 8.4

DistroWatch - Sáb, 03/02/2019 - 13:39
Bruce Dubbs has announced the availability of the latest stable release of Linux From Scratch (LFS) and Beyond Linux From Scratch (BLFS), version 8.4. LFS is a book that provides step-by-step instructions on how to build a base Linux system from scratch (using a standard Linux live system).....
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Distribution Release: 4MLinux 28.0

DistroWatch - Sáb, 03/02/2019 - 09:39
A new version of 4MLinux, an independently-developed distribution for desktops (JWM, 32-bit) and servers (complete LAMP stack, 64-bit), has been released. Version 28.0 ships with Linux kernel 4.19.19, updated desktop and server packages (LibreOffice 6.2.1, GIMP 2.10.8, DropBox 66.4.84, Firefox 65, Chromium 72, MESA 18.2.0, Apache 2.4.38,....
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Distribution Release: Condres OS 19.03

DistroWatch - Vie, 03/01/2019 - 16:39
The developers of Condres OS have published a new snapshot of their rolling release, Arch-based desktop distribution. The new version updates the various desktop environments and polishes the Calamares system installer. "Today we are proud to release Condres OS 2019.03 with the flavours KDE, GNOME, Cinnamon, MATE, Xfce,....
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March 2019, “Community Choice” Project of the Month – Lazarus

SourceForge - Vie, 03/01/2019 - 06:00

For our March 2019 “Community Choice” Project of the Month, the community elected Lazarus, rapid applications development tool and libraries for FPC. Lazarus was previously elected “Community Choice” Project of the Month in August 2017 where developer Mattias Gaertner spoke about the project’s developments and direction. Recently we caught up with Mattias to find out how the project has been doing since then.

SourceForge (SF): What significant changes have occurred with your project since you were voted Project of the Month in August 2017?
Mattias Gaertner (MG): All the next big things promised when Lazarus was last time Sourceforge project of the month have been achieved: QT5, Cocoa for Mac OS, Gtk3, Pas2js and the Online package manager. The Online package manager (OPM) allows finally to browse, download and install packages with a few clicks. Pas2js is now fully supported by Lazarus and allows to write Web and nodejs applications in ObjectPascal and compile to JavaScript. The Cocoa backend was improved so much, that the IDE now runs almost better than the carbon version. Besides these successes, there are some more: lldb debugging on macOS, better High DPI support and of course hundreds of bug fixes, minor features, and more packages.

SF: Have any of your project goals changed since then?
MG: No.

SF: What project goals have you achieved so far?
MG: Lazarus nowadays supports a dozen platforms in its official releases and many more platforms are maintained by third parties. The visual designer allows to create whole applications with a few mouse clicks. The IDE supports true x-platform editing and navigation. Over the years many more goals have been added, like better Delphi compatibility, converters, Web development and hundreds of packages for all kinds of stuff – a whole eco system.

SF: What can we look forward to with Lazarus?
MG: Creating Web apps using the designer, Cocoa and lldb as default backends on macOS, Lazarus qt5 debs/rpms.

SF: Is there anything else we should know?
MG: A big thanks to the community for voting Lazarus as project of the month, for sending so many the patches and all the other contributions.

[ Download Lazarus ]

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Distribution Release: KaOS 2019.02

DistroWatch - Vie, 03/01/2019 - 00:03
KaOS is an independent, rolling release distribution featuring the pacman package manager and the KDE Plasma desktop environment. The project's latest snapshot, KaOS 2019.02, features KDE Plasma 5.15 and LibreOffice 6.2.0. "Major updates included a move to Python 3.7 (3.7.2), Readline 8.0.0, Glib2 2.58.3, Qt 5.12.1, PHP 7.2....
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Distribution Release: Ubuntu 16.04.6

DistroWatch - Jue, 02/28/2019 - 19:46
The Ubuntu team has announced the release of a minor update for Ubuntu 16.04 and its Community Editions. The new version, 16.04.6, is a long-term support (LTS) release with support carried through to 2021. The release announcement states: "The Ubuntu team is happy to announce the release of....
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Distribution Release: Fatdog64 Linux 800

DistroWatch - Jue, 02/28/2019 - 16:12
Fatdog64 Linux is a lightweight distribution which originally began as a fork of Puppy Linux, but has since grown into its own, distinct distribution. The project's latest release, Fatdog64 Linux 800, is newly based on Linux From Scratch (LFS) and offers many package upgrades as well as improved....
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Development Release: Linux Lite 4.4 RC1

DistroWatch - Mié, 02/27/2019 - 09:15
Jerry Bezencon has announced the availability of the first release candidate for Linux Lite 4.4, the upcoming new stable version of the project's Ubuntu-based desktop Linux distribution with Xfce as the preferred desktop: "Linux Lite 4.4 RC1 is now available for testing. Yes, that's right, RC1. We have....
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Distribution Release: NuTyX 10.6

DistroWatch - Mar, 02/26/2019 - 03:03
NuTyX is a French Linux distribution (with multi-language support) built from Linux From Scratch and Beyond Linux From Scratch, with a custom package manager called "cards". The project's latest release is NuTyX 10.6. "I'm very please to announce the new NuTyX 10.6 release. This is a maintenance release....
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Projects of the Week, February 25, 2019

SourceForge - Lun, 02/25/2019 - 06:12

Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of


Wireless Air Cut is a WPS wireless, portable and free network audit software for Ms Windows. It is used to check the security of our wps wireless networks and to detect possible security breaches. You can check if the router has a generic and known wps pin set, if it is vulnerable to a brute-force attack or is vulnerable to a Pixie-Dust attack. You can see the Installation instructions on Wiki. ——- Wireless Air Cut es un software de auditoria del protocolo WPS en redes wireless, portable, libre y gratuito para Ms Windows. Sirve para comprobar la seguridad WPS de nuestras redes wireless y detectar posibles brechas de seguridad. Puede comprobar si el router tiene establecido un pin wps genérico y conocido, si es vulnerable a un ataque por fuerza bruta o si es vulnerable a un ataque Pixie-Dust. Ver Instrucciones de instalación en la wiki. ——- Waircut is distributed under license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)
[ Download waircut ]


Fedberry is a Fedora Remix specifically built for use with Raspberry Pi® 2/3 Model B computers. The major differences between Fedora arm releases as compared to FedBerry releases are: • The use of our own custom kernels (using the Raspberry Pi foundation’s bcm2709 kernel port). • The use of Raspberry Pi foundation’s own bootloader (ie. we don’t use uboot). • The use of swap files in lieu of swap partitions. • tmpfs is enabled but size limited to 100M. • The root partition is automatically expanded on first boot. • Various RPi specific applications / software are included by default. • To facilitate optional headless booting, a default root password is set in the ‘minimal’ release. For further information on Fedberry releases please visit or
[ Download Fedberry ]


WinPython is a free open-source portable distribution of the Python programming language for Windows XP/7/8, designed for scientists, supporting both 32bit and 64bit versions of Python 2 and Python 3. Since September 2014, Development has moved to
[ Download WinPython ]

PC Equalizer – GUI

PC Equalizer is a Graphical User Interface for “Equalizer APO” which is a parametric / graphic equalizer for Windows. Designed for those who are looking for fixed frequencies equalizer, offering a quick and easy audio filtering with ability to control left-right channels (Stereo, Mono, Swap, Invert, Balance…etc), Expand or contract Stereo using Pan\Expand processing feature. You can create effects using Multi-Delays feature e.g. Echoes, Delays, Reverb & many others. Also you can assign a preset to a program such as (Rock preset with Winamp, Classic preset with Windows Media Player, or Pop preset with PotPlayer…etc). How to install: 1. Download and install “Equalizer APO”, Available for 32 and 64 bit. 2. Restart windows. 3. Download and install latest version of PC Equalizer. donate with paypal!
[ Download PC Equalizer – GUI ]


Smoothwall is a best-of-breed Internet firewall/router, designed to run on commodity hardware and to provide an easy-to-use administration interface to those using it. Built using open source and Free software, it’s distributed under the GNU Public License.
[ Download Smoothwall ]


Javier Gutiérrez Chamorro (Guti) Open source projects
[ Download Nikkho ]

nmon for Linux

nmon is short for Nigel’s Performance Monitor It either shows you the stats on-screen updating once a second or saves the data to a CSV file for later analysis and graphing. For details see the homepage ==> Please use the latest version.
[ Download nmon for Linux ]

AospExtended ROM

AOSP Extended is an AOSP based rom which provides stock UI/UX with various customisations features along with the Substratum theme engine. The project has been made by cherry-picking various commits from various other projects. Being based on AOSP it provides a smooth and lag-free experience out of the box. We will constantly try to add more features and make it even better in future updates. A ROM by a user, for a user. #StayAOSP #ExtendYourDevice #BeExtended
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[ Download AnkitGourav ]

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DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 803

DistroWatch - Lun, 02/25/2019 - 01:08
This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Septor 2019News: NetBSD and Nitrux explore new virtual machine options, Project Trident enables syncing packages with repositories, future pfSense versions to be based on FreeBSD 12Questions and answers: Preventing applications from stealing window focusReleased last week: Kali Linux 2019.1Torrent corner: BackBox, EasyOS,....
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Development Release: Mageia 7 Beta 2

DistroWatch - Dom, 02/24/2019 - 13:24
Filip Komar has announced that the second beta release of the upcoming Mageia 7 is now ready for download and testing: "We are very proud to announce that Mageia 7 beta 2 is available for everyone to download. This new beta comes with lots of bug fixes and....
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