New Releases

Rhythmbox 0.10.1 "Diamond in the rough" Released

"On behalf of the Rhythmbox developers, I'm happy to announce the second release in the 0.10 stable series. Rhythmbox 0.10.1 "Diamond in the rough" has no additional features over 0.10.0, only bug fixes and updated translations, so we suggest that everyone using 0.10.0 (or 0.9.8) upgrade to 0.10.1."

Nero Linux 3 Delivers Blu-ray and HD DVD Data Burning

Nero announced today that Nero Linux 3 is now available worldwide. The first Linux application to offer Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD data burning support, Nero Linux 3 has been redesigned to maximize ease of use, efficiency, and speed with next-generation disc formats.

CentOS 4.5 Released

The CentOS team has announced the release of CentOS 4.5 for i386, x86_64, and IA64 systems. This release adds support for running CentOS as a paravirtualized Xen guest, and OpenOffice.org 2. Additionally, many fixes and device driver updates are included.

GCC 4.2 Released

The GNU project and the GCC developers are pleased to announce the release of GCC 4.2.0. This release is a major release, containing new features (as well as many other improvements) relative to GCC 4.1.x.

Vim 7.1 Released

This is a stable version. There are many bug fixes and updated runtime files. No amazing new features. Upgrading from a previous version is highly recommended: a few crashing bugs and a security issue were fixed.

Core GNU/Linux 2.0 Released

Core is a minimal distribution of the GNU/Linux operating system designed to be the basis for a complete system constructed by the end user. A fresh installation of Core (which will take approximately 15 minutes) will boot into a console and provide the user with the tools needed to download, compile and install other applications.

Evolution 2.11.1 Released

Evolution 2.11.1 has been released with improved SPAM support, Bogofilter plugin, Spinner for progress indication, Improved Backup/restore plugin, Improved Groupwise status tracking, Improved GtkPrint support, Groupwise status tracking, Improved GtkPrint support.

CentOS 5 Released

CentOS-5 is based on the upstream release 5, and includes packages from all variants including Server and Client. All upstream repositories have been combined into one, to make it easier for end users to work with. And the option to further enable external repositories at install time is now available in the installer.