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Software: Kid3 Audio Tagger, Cockpit 211 and Red Notebook 2.16

  • Kid3 Audio Tagger 3.8.2 Released with Crash Fix for M4A Files

    Kid3 audio tag editor released version 3.8.2 a few days ago. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, and Ubuntu 19.10. Kid3 3.8.2 is a small but important release for those who have a lot of M4A files. The release fixes a crash that happens when frames are removed from M4A files. Additionally it brings new Catalan, Portuguese and Ukrainian translations.

  • Cockpit 211

    Cockpit is the modern Linux admin interface. We release regularly. Here are the release notes from version 211.

  • Red Notebook 2.16

    RedNotebook is a modern desktop journal. It lets you format, tag and search your entries. You can also add pictures, links and customizable templates, spell check your notes, and export to plain text, HTML, Latex or PDF. RedNotebook is Free Software under the GPL.

Games: GOG, La Résistance, Stardew Valley, Frictional Games, Trains & Things, Xbox One controller on Linux

  • GOG have now launched their own big Lunar Sale with tons DRM-free of deals

    If Humble Store and Steam didn't sway you yet, perhaps some DRM-free games from GOG might as they've now launched their own big Lunar Sale. As this is a very Chinese themed event, GOG have prepared a little "gaming horoscope" page. Since I entered this world in the year of The Dragon, according to GOG I am "confident, intelligent, and enthusiastic" and well suited for RPGs. Can't really argue with that.

  • La Résistance expansion for Hearts of Iron IV releasing February 25

    Paradox Development Studio have now announced that the La Résistance expansion for their "best-selling strategy wargame" Hearts of Iron IV releasing February 25. This huge expansion has been in the works for a while now, focusing on the "highlights the challenge of governing unruly conquests and the power of well-placed spies". You can see their original announcement trailer from PDXCON last year below:

  • Stardew Valley has managed to sell over 10 million copies - plus it's cheap right now

    Releasing almost four years ago, they said a Linux version would depend on sales of the Windows version. Then later that same month, Linux (and macOS) became a top priority which is likely due to it going onto selling over a million copies before the end of April. The Linux build was then fully released in July and since then they've pushed out plenty of big content updates and continue to do so.

  • The Frictional Games teaser has grown again - oh no it's going to be a monster isn't it

    Okay, Frictional Games, what exactly are you teasing us with? I need to know, it doesn't look like what I originally thought. Not up to speed? Late last year, Frictional Games (SOMA, Amnesia) started teasing a new game on a dedicated website and every so often the video that's on repeat changes. Initially starting as a tiny little cell, it then started to look like a beating heart…only yesterday it grew again and now it looks like it has a tail.

  • Trains & Things, a multiplayer-focused economic strategy game enters Early Access

    Developer bitshift have announced their multiplayer focused economic strategy game, Trains & Things, is now available in Early Access. With cross-platform online multiplayer to play in co-op or against others, simple track building, mod and custom map support it could be a good one to keep an eye on.

  • xow, a Linux driver for the Xbox One Controller wireless dongle has a new release up

    If you're using an Xbox One controller on Linux, you should keep an eye on the xow driver which aims to support multiple versions of it and multiple controllers. xow 0.3 was released last night adding in full rumble functionality "including triggers", udev rules so you no longer require root/super user privileges, there's a Makefile uninstall target and they added support for the Xbox One Elite Controller too. Additionally, it fixes an incompatibility with the mt76 kernel driver and a crash when unplugging the dongle while pairing.

First look: What’s new in the upcoming LibreOffice 6.4

LibreOffice 6.4 is packed with new features. Here’s what’s in store. Read more

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