Launchpad Releases

lazr.uri
Python
→ 1.0.6
2021-09-13
- Adjust versioning strategy to avoid importing pkg_resources, which is slow in large environments.
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This project is also part of https://launchpad.net/lazr.
pytest-operator
→ 1.22
2021-09-09
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etcd-snaps
→ 1.22
2021-09-09
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pytest-operator
→ 1.21+ck3
2021-08-02
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etcd-snaps
→ 1.21+ck3
2021-08-02
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Probe-DOS Boot Disk
→ 0.93
2021-07-22
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Probe-DOS Boot Disk 0.91 Probe-DOS is a FreeDOS distribution designed to fit in a standard 1.44 MB floppy. FreeDOS is a complete, free, DOS-compatible operating system. This distribution is free and open-source. You are free to redistribute and modify it under the terms of GNU General Public License, version 2 (GNU GPL v2) ***USE THIS SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK WE DO NOT SHIP ANY GUARANTEE FOR IT*** ***WARNING: CONFIG.SYS loads drivers at startup, if you wish to upgrade firmware/BIOS using this boot disk, you should NOT have any drivers loaded*** Based on Kernel Build 2042 - 2016 May 16 The following utilities can be found on this distribution: freecom 0.84 -> command line interface edit 0.9.1.0 -> a text editor format 0.91 -> program for formating floppies label 1.4 -> program for adding/changing disk labels diskcopy 0.95 -> program for copying disks and disk images unzip 6.0 -> program for unzipping files fdisk 1.3.1 -> program for editing disk partitions defrag 1.3.2 -> program for disk defragmentation sys 3.6e -> program for creating FreeDOS boot disks chkdsk 0.9.2 -> program for checking file systems ctmouse 2.1 -> mouse driver himemx 3.34 -> high memory manager tdsk 2.3 -> program for creating ram disks pcicfg 1.19 -> program for displaying PCI information xfdisk 0.9.3 -> extended fdisk zerofill 1.05 -> fills empty space on a drive with zeros All utilities can be found at www.freedos.sourceforge.net/software/ PCICFG was obtained from www.cs.cmu.edu/~ralf/pub-files/rbpci119.zip, --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FreeDOS is a trademark of Jim Hall FreeDOS official site: www.freedos.org Probe-DOS site: www.launchpad.net/probe-dos
Arx Libertatis
C++
→ 1.2
2021-07-14
This release brings improved rune recognition when casting spells, as well as a new bow aim mode. Support for high resolutions and wide monitors is enhanced with configurable HUD and player book scaling. The text and audio language can now be changed in the menu. Further, item physics have been fixed and item dragging has been refined. On top of that, this release adds a console to execute arbitrary script commands.
Url http://arx-libertatis.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/arx
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Arx Fatalis features crafting, melee and ranged combat, as well as a unique casting system where the player draws runes in real time to effect the desired spell. Arx Libertatis updates and improves Arx Fatalis by supporting modern systems, porting the game to new systems as well as eliminating bugs and limitations. In the future we plan to improve and modernize the engine as well as enable customizations and mods by the community. Screenshot of the Castle of Arx Castle of Arx Arx Libertatis is based on the publicly released Arx Fatalis sources and available under the GPL 3+ license. This does however not include the game data, so you need to obtain a copy of the original Arx Fatalis or its demo to play Arx Libertatis.
GNU Chess
C
→ 6.2.9
2021-07-14
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/chess/
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Checkbox Provider - Canonical Certification Client
→ 0.46.0
2021-07-12
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EPICS Base
C/C++, Perl
→ 7.0.6
2021-07-04
See https://epics.anl.gov/base/R7-0/6.php for Release notes and other documentation
Url http://www.aps.anl.gov/epics/index.php
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EPICS Base contains the build system and build tools, common and OS-interface libraries, Channel Access client and server libraries, static and run-time database access routines, the database processing code, and standard record, device and driver support.
Timekpr-nExT
Pyhon 3.x
→ 0.5.2
2021-06-23
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Quite a lot of time and effort went into making this a reality, so if You appreciate my work and would like to say thanks for making Timekpr-nExT or just want to contribute, please do so via PayPal (you do not need to have PP account) or BITCOIN: PAYPAL donations (shortened URL): https://tinyurl.com/yc9x85v2 BITCOIN address: bc1q57wapz6lxfyxex725x3gs7nntm3tazw2n96nk3 Alternatively, You can help to translate Timekpr-nExT in Your language by visiting this link: https://translations.launchpad.net/timekpr-next -------------------------------------------------------------------------- For Ubuntu a Personal Package Archive is here: https://code.launchpad.net/~mjasnik/+archive/ubuntu/ppa For more information about installation for other distributions, please the full description of the project. --------------------------------------------------------------------------
chkrootkit
→ 0.55
2021-06-11
Url http://www.chkrootkit.org
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chkrootkit is a tool to locally check for signs of a rootkit. It contains: * chkrootkit: shell script that checks system binaries for rootkit modification. * ifpromisc.c: checks if the interface is in promiscuous mode. * chklastlog.c: checks for lastlog deletions. * chkwtmp.c: checks for wtmp deletions. * check_wtmpx.c: checks for wtmpx deletions. (Solaris only) * chkproc.c: checks for signs of LKM trojans. * chkdirs.c: checks for signs of LKM trojans. * strings.c: quick and dirty strings replacement. * chkutmp.c: checks for utmp deletions.
osip
C
→ 5.2.1
2021-05-26
Url http://gnu.org/software/osip/
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Kubernetes Service Interface
→ 1.20+ck2
2021-05-24
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CoreDNS Charm
→ 1.20+ck2
2021-05-24
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layer-docker-registry
Python
→ 1.20+ck2
2021-05-24
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Kubernetes Dashboard Operator
→ 1.20+ck2
2021-05-24
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Python OOPS wsgi adapter
→ 0.0.14
2021-05-21
* Fix test compatibility with testtools >= 0.9.17. (Colin Watson) * Add Python 3 support. (Colin Watson)
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This package is used to glue an OOPS Config object (from the main oops.config module) into a WSGI based web application. For discussion please join the Launchpad developers list: https://launchpad.net/~launchpad-dev
Python OOPS wsgi adapter
→ 0.0.15
2021-05-21
* Add tox testing support. (Colin Watson) * Avoid traceback reference cycles. (Colin Watson)
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This package is used to glue an OOPS Config object (from the main oops.config module) into a WSGI based web application. For discussion please join the Launchpad developers list: https://launchpad.net/~launchpad-dev
SoundConverter
python
→ 4.0.1
2021-05-15
Url http://soundconverter.org/
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SoundConverter uses Python and GTK+ GUI toolkit, and runs on X Window System. Distributed under the GNU GPL v3: You can freely use, modify and redistribute it under the license.
LinuxHA
BASH
→ 1.2
2021-05-12
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A brief history of LinuxHA: In 2010 I was studying Microsoft Windows Server 2008 in-depth. I was planning on obtaining my Microsoft Certified IT Professional certification from Umpqua Community College. At the same time, I was studying Linux in-depth and extensively involved in writing Bourne Again shell (Bash) scripts to automate the installation and configuration of open-source software. One day I had an idea. I wondered if it is possible to write a Bash script that automatically installs and configures all the necessary open-source software to create a server that contains the same technology included with Windows Server 2008. I wanted to create a master script that installs and configures all the software at once, similar to how Windows Server 2003 is designed. Two years later after countless hours of development, I finally had an alpha test script that was ready for testing with Ubuntu Server 12.04. I had to do some comparative analysis. I obtained a copy of Apple Macintosh Snow Leopard Server with a modified boot loader that allowed it to run on a VirtualBox virtual machine. I installed Windows Server 2012 Datacenter on the third virtual machine. I was fascinated to find out that not only do the Ubuntu Server software repositories contain the exact same open-source software found in Macintosh Server, but the exact same technology found in Windows Server! I knew at that point after finding out that Ubuntu Server is superior to Macintosh Server and Windows Server that I was on the right path by rewriting all my Debian Linux Bash scripts to work with Ubuntu Server. When I started developing LinuxHA, it was honestly like climbing Mount Everest. I thought I would never get this far. This monumental project has finally reached completion. After several years of development, I can finally say LinuxHA is ready for beta testing.
LinuxSOHO
BASH
→ 1.2
2021-05-12
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GNU Chess
C
→ 6.2.8
2021-05-10
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/chess/
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cloud-init
python
→ 21.2
2021-05-05
Cloud-init release 21.2 is now available The 21.2 release:  * spanned about 2 months  * had 23 contributors from 23 domains  * fixed 12 Launchpad issues Highlights: - Azure support for consuming userdata from IMDS - Prefer partprobe for reading partition table if available - New config option to specify use of short hostname vs fqdn - Support BONDING_MODULE_OPTS on SUSE in sysconfig
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GNU Zile (Zile is Lossy Emacs)
C
→ 2.6.2
2021-05-05
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/zile/
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Kubernetes Service Interface
→ 1.21+ck1
2021-05-04
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CoreDNS Charm
→ 1.21+ck1
2021-05-04
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layer-docker-registry
Python
→ 1.21+ck1
2021-05-04
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Kubernetes Dashboard Operator
→ 1.21+ck1
2021-05-04
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pytest-operator
→ 1.21+ck1
2021-05-04
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etcd-snaps
→ 1.21+ck1
2021-05-04
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Breezy
Python
→ 3.2.0
2021-05-03
Url https://www.breezy-vcs.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/brz
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Breezy helps people collaborate on software development, by recording the history of the project, providing an easy means to copy the history around, and making it easy to merge changes between projects. Breezy is a fork of the Bazaar version control system - also hosted on Launchpad at https://launchpad.net/bzr. To find out more about Breezy, join us in #breezy on irc.oftc.net, write to us at <email address hidden>, or see the web page below. Bug handling guidelines: * https://www.breezy-vcs.org/developers/bug-handling.html
Cinera
→ tracker-opened
2021-05-02
03/05/21 - Tracker created
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Unofficial Cinera tracker for bugs, questions and answers.
Checkbox Provider - Canonical Certification Client
→ 0.45.0
2021-04-30
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WHIZARD
Fortran 2008, ocaml
→ 3.0.0
2021-04-29
NLO QCD automation & UFO Majorana support fully released
Url https://whizard.hepforge.org/
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WHIZARD is a program system designed for the efficient calculation of multi-particle scattering cross sections and simulated event samples. WHIZARD can evaluate NLO QCD corrections in the SM for arbitary lepton and hadron colliders. Tree-level matrix elements are generated automatically for arbitrary partonic processes by using the Optimized Matrix Element Generator O'Mega. Matrix elements obtained by alternative methods (e.g., including loop corrections) may be interfaced as well. The program is able to calculate numerically stable signal and background cross sections and generate unweighted event samples with reasonable efficiency for processes with up to eight final-state particles; more particles are possible. For more particles, there is the option to generate processes as decay cascades including complete spin correlations. Different options for QCD parton showers are available. Polarization is treated exactly for both the initial and final states. Final-state quark or lepton flavors can be summed over automatically where needed. For hadron collider physics, an interface to the standard LHAPDF is provided. For Linear Collider physics, beamstrahlung (CIRCE) and ISR spectra are included for electrons and photons. The events can be written to file in standard formats, including ASCII, StdHEP, the Les Houches event format (LHEF), HepMC, or LCIO. These event files can then be hadronized. WHIZARD supports the Standard Model and a huge number of BSM models. Model extensions or completely different models can be added. WHIZARD fully supports external models from UFO files. There are also legacy interfaces to FeynRules and SARAH. The code of released WHIZARD versions is hosted in a publically accessible GitLab: https://gitlab.tp.nt.uni-siegen.de/whizard/public
GNU libmicrohttpd
C
→ 0.9.73
2021-04-26
Url http://gnu.org/software/libmicrohttpd/
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Cyborg (OpenStack)
python
→ xena-2
2021-04-25
Url https://launchpad.net/openstack-cyborg
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* Wiki: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Cyborg * Source: https://opendev.org/openstack/cyborg * Blueprints and Bugs: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/openstack/cyborg * Documentation: https://docs.openstack.org/cyborg/latest/ * Release notes: https://docs.openstack.org/releasenotes/cyborg/ * Design specifications: https://specs.openstack.org/openstack/cyborg-specs/
Cyborg (OpenStack)
python
→ xena-3
2021-04-25
Url https://launchpad.net/openstack-cyborg
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* Wiki: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Cyborg * Source: https://opendev.org/openstack/cyborg * Blueprints and Bugs: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/openstack/cyborg * Documentation: https://docs.openstack.org/cyborg/latest/ * Release notes: https://docs.openstack.org/releasenotes/cyborg/ * Design specifications: https://specs.openstack.org/openstack/cyborg-specs/
Cyborg (OpenStack)
python
→ xena-rc1
2021-04-25
Url https://launchpad.net/openstack-cyborg
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* Wiki: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Cyborg * Source: https://opendev.org/openstack/cyborg * Blueprints and Bugs: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/openstack/cyborg * Documentation: https://docs.openstack.org/cyborg/latest/ * Release notes: https://docs.openstack.org/releasenotes/cyborg/ * Design specifications: https://specs.openstack.org/openstack/cyborg-specs/
Sakura
C, GTK+
→ 3.8.2
2021-04-23
Url http://www.pleyades.net/david/projects/sakura
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Sakura is a terminal emulator and it's only dependencies are GTK and VTE. It uses a notebook to provide several terminals in one window and allows to change configuration options via a contextual menu. No more no less.
Grafana Charm
→ 21.04
2021-04-22
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libnhttp
c++
→ v1.0.0
2021-04-15
Url https://github.com/jay94ks/libnhttp
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Native HTTP library for writing micro http server apps. This library is an HTTP server library that operates within a fixed memory and fixed number of thread workers. this isn't very powerful, but this can be used to write Rest APIs that require `C++` support under MSA (Micro Service Architecture).
Kubernetes Service Interface
→ 1.21
2021-04-15
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CoreDNS Charm
→ 1.21
2021-04-15
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layer-docker-registry
Python
→ 1.21
2021-04-15
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Kubernetes Dashboard Operator
→ 1.21
2021-04-15
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Lifeograph
c++
→ 2.0.1
2021-04-09
Lifeograph 2.0.1 addresses some glitches detected in 2.0.0. All users are encouraged to upgrade.
Url http://lifeograph.sourceforge.net/
LP https://launchpad.net/lifeograph
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Sakura
C, GTK+
→ 3.8.1
2021-04-06
Url http://www.pleyades.net/david/projects/sakura
LP https://launchpad.net/sakura
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Sakura is a terminal emulator and it's only dependencies are GTK and VTE. It uses a notebook to provide several terminals in one window and allows to change configuration options via a contextual menu. No more no less.
Sakura
C, GTK+
→ 3.8.0
2021-03-30
Url http://www.pleyades.net/david/projects/sakura
LP https://launchpad.net/sakura
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Sakura is a terminal emulator and it's only dependencies are GTK and VTE. It uses a notebook to provide several terminals in one window and allows to change configuration options via a contextual menu. No more no less.
GNU Zile (Zile is Lossy Emacs)
C
→ 2.6.1
2021-03-25
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/zile/
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Castellan Key Manager Interface
→ 3.6.0
2021-03-19
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Castellan Key Manager Interface
→ 3.7.0
2021-03-19
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Castellan Key Manager Interface
→ 3.7.1
2021-03-19
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Pigeon Planner
Python, PyGTK
→ 4.0.5
2021-03-14
Url http://www.pigeonplanner.com/
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grub
→ 2.06
2021-03-13
Url http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/grub/
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GRUB is a GPLed bootloader intended to unify bootloading across x86 operating systems. In addition to loading the Linux kernel, it implements the Multiboot standard, which allows for flexible loading of multiple boot images (needed for modular kernels such as the GNU Hurd).
Tellico
c++,xslt
→ 3.3.5
2021-03-10
Url http://tellico-project.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/tellico
Img http://tellico-project.org/screenshots
Tellico is built on the K Desktop Environment. Features: o Supports any number of user-defined fields, of several different types: o text, paragraph, list, checkbox, year, URL, date o tables of columns. o images o combinations of other fields o Handles books with multiple authors, genres, keywords, etc. o Automatically formats titles and names o Supports collection searching and view filtering o Sorts and groups collection by various properties o Automatically validates ISBN o Allows customizable entry templates through XSLT o Imports Bibtex, Bibtexml, RIS, CSV, MODS, and XSLT-filtered data o Exports to Bibtex, Bibtexml, CSV, HTML, and XSLT-filtered data o Searches and adds items from Amazon.com, imdb.com, and z39.50 servers
PyMarkups
Python
→ 3.1.1
2021-03-06
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This module provides a wrapper around the various text markup languages, such as Markdown and reStructuredText (these two are supported by default).
Navit - Car navigation system
C,C++,python
→ 0.5.6
2021-03-06
Url http://www.navit-project.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/navit
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pcb
C
→ pcb-4.3.0
2021-03-01
Dear Users, This is a feature release (no pcb file format change). This is a feature release as the footprint file format now allows for stating the pad center and length, width parameters. This is in addition to the existing footprint format. pcb parses both definitions. Kind regards, The pcb development team. Contributors ------------ The following authors contributed to this release: - Charles Parker - Bert Timmerman Please note that names are in no particular order and all e-mail addresses have been removed for privacy. User experience improvements ---------------------------- - the gtk hid no longer hides "clearline" lines, arcs, text under polygons in "thin draw" mode. - Updated zoom action comments. - Pads can now be defined by centerpoint coordinates and length, width parameters. - Pcb is no longer quiet when a save operation fails. Plugins ------- - none Exporters --------- - added an exporter for a BOM in MarkDown format. Footprints library ------------------ - none Developer experience improvements --------------------------------- - none Notes for package builders -------------------------- - For building packages with a GTK UI or a Lesstif UI, configure with the --with-gui=gtk or --with-gui=lesstif option (as usual). - Added a --with-gaf-datadir configure option. Changed dependencies -------------------- - none
Url http://pcb.geda-project.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/pcb
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EPICS Base
C/C++, Perl
→ 7.0.5
2021-03-01
https://epics.anl.gov/base/R7-0/5.php
Url http://www.aps.anl.gov/epics/index.php
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EPICS Base contains the build system and build tools, common and OS-interface libraries, Channel Access client and server libraries, static and run-time database access routines, the database processing code, and standard record, device and driver support.
Timekpr-nExT
Pyhon 3.x
→ 0.5.1
2021-03-01
0.5.1 was re-uploaded
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Quite a lot of time and effort went into making this a reality, so if You appreciate my work and would like to say thanks for making Timekpr-nExT or just want to contribute, please do so via PayPal (you do not need to have PP account) or BITCOIN: PAYPAL donations (shortened URL): https://tinyurl.com/yc9x85v2 BITCOIN address: bc1q57wapz6lxfyxex725x3gs7nntm3tazw2n96nk3 Alternatively, You can help to translate Timekpr-nExT in Your language by visiting this link: https://translations.launchpad.net/timekpr-next -------------------------------------------------------------------------- For Ubuntu a Personal Package Archive is here: https://code.launchpad.net/~mjasnik/+archive/ubuntu/ppa For more information about installation for other distributions, please the full description of the project. --------------------------------------------------------------------------
cloud-init
python
→ 21.1
2021-02-23
Cloud-init release 21.1 is now available The 21.1 release: * spanned about 3 months * had 24 contributors from 25 domains * fixed 10 Launchpad issues Highlights: - New datasource for UpCloud - Introduced support for reading Openstack dynamic vendor0-data - Add support for VMWare's raw data feature - Add support for Azure VMs without ephemeral resource disks
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LinuxHA
BASH
→ 1.1
2021-02-16
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A brief history of LinuxHA: In 2010 I was studying Microsoft Windows Server 2008 in-depth. I was planning on obtaining my Microsoft Certified IT Professional certification from Umpqua Community College. At the same time, I was studying Linux in-depth and extensively involved in writing Bourne Again shell (Bash) scripts to automate the installation and configuration of open-source software. One day I had an idea. I wondered if it is possible to write a Bash script that automatically installs and configures all the necessary open-source software to create a server that contains the same technology included with Windows Server 2008. I wanted to create a master script that installs and configures all the software at once, similar to how Windows Server 2003 is designed. Two years later after countless hours of development, I finally had an alpha test script that was ready for testing with Ubuntu Server 12.04. I had to do some comparative analysis. I obtained a copy of Apple Macintosh Snow Leopard Server with a modified boot loader that allowed it to run on a VirtualBox virtual machine. I installed Windows Server 2012 Datacenter on the third virtual machine. I was fascinated to find out that not only do the Ubuntu Server software repositories contain the exact same open-source software found in Macintosh Server, but the exact same technology found in Windows Server! I knew at that point after finding out that Ubuntu Server is superior to Macintosh Server and Windows Server that I was on the right path by rewriting all my Debian Linux Bash scripts to work with Ubuntu Server. When I started developing LinuxHA, it was honestly like climbing Mount Everest. I thought I would never get this far. This monumental project has finally reached completion. After several years of development, I can finally say LinuxHA is ready for beta testing.
LinuxSOHO
BASH
→ 1.1
2021-02-16
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MTPaint
C
→ 3.50
2021-02-15
Url http://mtpaint.sourceforge.net/
LP https://launchpad.net/mtpaint
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MTPaint is not The Gimp, but many users doesn't need a huge and professional program. Supports JPEG, PNG, XPM, XBM, GIF, TIFF, BMP and ASCII formats and loads of tools, like brushes, lines, effects... MTPaint can fill the gap between the old XPaint and The Gimp. Perfect for a Ubuntu Lite !!
LinuxHA
BASH
→ 1.0
2021-02-11
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LP https://launchpad.net/linuxha
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A brief history of LinuxHA: In 2010 I was studying Microsoft Windows Server 2008 in-depth. I was planning on obtaining my Microsoft Certified IT Professional certification from Umpqua Community College. At the same time, I was studying Linux in-depth and extensively involved in writing Bourne Again shell (Bash) scripts to automate the installation and configuration of open-source software. One day I had an idea. I wondered if it is possible to write a Bash script that automatically installs and configures all the necessary open-source software to create a server that contains the same technology included with Windows Server 2008. I wanted to create a master script that installs and configures all the software at once, similar to how Windows Server 2003 is designed. Two years later after countless hours of development, I finally had an alpha test script that was ready for testing with Ubuntu Server 12.04. I had to do some comparative analysis. I obtained a copy of Apple Macintosh Snow Leopard Server with a modified boot loader that allowed it to run on a VirtualBox virtual machine. I installed Windows Server 2012 Datacenter on the third virtual machine. I was fascinated to find out that not only do the Ubuntu Server software repositories contain the exact same open-source software found in Macintosh Server, but the exact same technology found in Windows Server! I knew at that point after finding out that Ubuntu Server is superior to Macintosh Server and Windows Server that I was on the right path by rewriting all my Debian Linux Bash scripts to work with Ubuntu Server. When I started developing LinuxHA, it was honestly like climbing Mount Everest. I thought I would never get this far. This monumental project has finally reached completion. After several years of development, I can finally say LinuxHA is ready for beta testing.
LinuxSOHO
BASH
→ 1.0
2021-02-11
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SecretStorage
Python
→ 3.3.1
2021-02-10
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LP https://launchpad.net/python-secretstorage
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This module provides a way to securely storing passwords and other secrets. It uses DBus Secret Service API that is supported by GNOME Keyring (>= 2.30) and KWallet (>= 4.8). It allows to create new passwords, delete and search for passwords matching given attributes. It also supports graphical prompts when unlocking is needed.
GNU libmicrohttpd
C
→ 0.9.72
2021-02-04
Url http://gnu.org/software/libmicrohttpd/
LP https://launchpad.net/libmicrohttpd
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chkrootkit
→ 0.54
2021-02-04
Url http://www.chkrootkit.org
LP https://launchpad.net/chkrootkit
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chkrootkit is a tool to locally check for signs of a rootkit. It contains: * chkrootkit: shell script that checks system binaries for rootkit modification. * ifpromisc.c: checks if the interface is in promiscuous mode. * chklastlog.c: checks for lastlog deletions. * chkwtmp.c: checks for wtmp deletions. * check_wtmpx.c: checks for wtmpx deletions. (Solaris only) * chkproc.c: checks for signs of LKM trojans. * chkdirs.c: checks for signs of LKM trojans. * strings.c: quick and dirty strings replacement. * chkutmp.c: checks for utmp deletions.
PyMarkups
Python
→ 3.1.0
2021-02-04
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/python-markups
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This module provides a wrapper around the various text markup languages, such as Markdown and reStructuredText (these two are supported by default).
The curt installer
→ 21.2
2021-01-27
The 21.2 release: * spanned about 5 days * had 2 contributors from 2 domains * fixed 3 Launchpad issues Highlights:   Fix a regression in handling gpg keys for custom repositories.
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/curtin
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lazr.config
Python
→ 2.2.3
2021-01-26
- Fix tests with zope.interface >= 5.0.0. - Fix deprecation warning on Python >= 3.2. (LP: #1870199)
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/lazr.config
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The LAZR config system is typically used to manage process configuration. Process configuration is for saying how things change when we run systems on different machines, or under different circumstances. This system uses ini-like file format of section, keys, and values. The config file supports inheritance to minimize duplication of information across files. The format supports schema validation. This project is also part of https://launchpad.net/lazr.
Checkbox Provider - Canonical Certification Client
→ 0.44.0
2021-01-26
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-certification-client
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wadllib
Python
→ 1.3.5
2021-01-20
- Drop support for Python 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4. - Accept Unicode parameter values again when performing multipart/form-data encoding on Python 2 (broken in 1.3.3).
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/wadllib
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The Web Application Description Language is an XML vocabulary for describing the capabilities of HTTP resources. wadllib can be used in conjunction with an HTTP library to navigate and manipulate those resources. This project is also part of https://launchpad.net/lazr.
Gnome Encfs Manager
Vala, C
→ 1.9
2021-01-15
Url http://www.libertyzero.com/GEncfsM
LP https://launchpad.net/gencfsm
Img http://www.libertyzero.com/GEncfsM
The goal of this project is an application, that manages the stashes for you once they are configured. You shouldn't need to think about encryption, it should just work transparently in the background. For more information visit the homepage at http://libertyzero.com/GEncfsM/ and the program's author's blog at http://www.moritzmolch.com/?s=Gnome+Encfs+Manager.
The curt installer
→ 21.1
2021-01-15
The 21.1 release: * spanned about 4 months * had 9 contributors from 9 domains * fixed 13 Launchpad issues Highlights: Improve support for FBA dasds, and ECKD dasds when passed via virtio-blk to KVM Fix bootloader installation when installing RHEL Support imsm external metadata RAID containers
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/curtin
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pipemeter
C
→ 1.1.5
2021-01-09
Url http://spamaps.org/pipemeter.php
LP https://launchpad.net/pipemeter
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safe-rm
Perl
→ 1.1.0
2021-01-06
This release adds a new feature: the ability to explicitly protect individual symbolic links.
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/safe-rm
Img http://screenshots.debian.net/package/safe-rm
Safe-rm is a safety tool intended to prevent the accidental deletion of important files by replacing /bin/rm with a wrapper, which checks the given arguments against a configurable blacklist of files and directories that should never be removed. Users who attempt to delete one of these protected files or directories will not be able to do so and will be shown a warning message instead: $ rm -rf /usr Skipping /usr (Protected paths can be set both at the site and user levels.) Recovering important files you deleted by mistake can be quite hard. Protect yourself today by installing safe-rm and reduce the likelihood that you will need to contact a data recovery service! Git repository: https://gitorious.org/safe-rm/mainline Donations: http://flattr.com/thing/311296/Safe-rm
cinder-tempest-plugin
→ 1.2.0
2021-01-05
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/cinder-tempest-plugin
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This project aims to include the tempest tests for cinder as part of the plugin framework introduced by tempest. This will be a standalone cinder tempest plugin where developers can write new tempest test cases and test their feature functionality.
Timekpr-nExT
Pyhon 3.x
→ 0.5.0
2020-12-29
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/timekpr-next
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Quite a lot of time and effort went into making this a reality, so if You appreciate my work and would like to say thanks for making Timekpr-nExT or just want to contribute, please do so via PayPal (you do not need to have PP account) or BITCOIN: PAYPAL donations (shortened URL): https://tinyurl.com/yc9x85v2 BITCOIN address: bc1q57wapz6lxfyxex725x3gs7nntm3tazw2n96nk3 Alternatively, You can help to translate Timekpr-nExT in Your language by visiting this link: https://translations.launchpad.net/timekpr-next -------------------------------------------------------------------------- For Ubuntu a Personal Package Archive is here: https://code.launchpad.net/~mjasnik/+archive/ubuntu/ppa For more information about installation for other distributions, please the full description of the project. --------------------------------------------------------------------------
pletter
C++
→ 0.5c2
2020-12-20
Url http://www.xl2s.tk/
LP https://launchpad.net/pletter
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Pletter is a compression package to compress data on pc to use it on MSX. Copyright (2008) XL2S Entertainment (<email address hidden>). This is a mirror project only. You can find the original project at: http://www.xl2s.tk/ Install Linux version with commands below: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:amaurycarvalho/pletter sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install pletter Use it with command: pletter
EL time applet
python, gtk
→ 0.9.3
2020-12-17
Bug fixes for source data errors.
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/el-time-applet
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Ares
C++, Assembler
→ 3.0
2020-12-08
Ares 3.0 adds many mission making features like new Team Scripts, Trigger Events and Actions to make use of added functionality via scripting. Also, super weapons have been expanded with several new settings.
Url http://ares.strategy-x.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/ares
Img http://forums.renegadeprojects.com/showthread.php?tid=1416&pid=15105#pid15105
Ares fixes and enhances the Yuri's Revenge game engine in a variety of ways, allowing modders to expand the game with never before seen custom units. However, unlike RockPatch and other exe patches, Ares does not modify the game's exe. Instead, Ares uses Syringe to inject its code into the game during runtime, leaving the original game unchanged and eliminating the need for backup exes or un-patchers.
GNU Zile (Zile is Lossy Emacs)
C
→ 2.6.0.90
2020-12-05
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/zile/
LP https://launchpad.net/zile
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networking-vpp
Python
→ 20.09rc0
2020-12-04
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/networking-vpp
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VPP is a user-space stack for high performance packet processing (https://wiki.fd.io/view/VPP).
WxFixBoot
Python2
→ 3.1.0
2020-12-02
Url http://www.hamishmb.altervista.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/wxfixboot
Img http://www.hamishmb.altervista.org/html/screenshots.php
WxFixBoot can modify and fix bootloaders, as well as backing up and restoring your bootloader, and it can also check your filesystems for you. Very soon, it will also work on Fedora (at the moment, it can only perform operations on ubuntu based systems, but will run from other systems). Note that WxFixBoot doesn't support the Apple (R) or Microsoft Windows (R) bootloaders, which can be fixed using their tools. It also supports multiple Operating Systems; it can be run from on OS, and modify the bootloader on another, allowing you to make an unbootable OS bootable again. It can also be run from a live disk (like Parted Magic), and it can modify the bootloaders on all installed operating systems (including the current running OS) if necessary, provided that they are debian/ubuntu-based distributions. It's probably be one of the most powerful and versatile tools of its kind. It also aims to be fast. Very fast. This means it minimizes downtime for any system using it, and reduces the (normally extreme!) hassle of fixing a bootloader as much as possible. It also comes by default with Parted Magic (R) in version 2014_11_19 or newer. Thanks to Holly McIntyre-Bhatty for creating the icon and splash image. For the latest news on WxFixBoot, and my other programs, check out my blog at www.errormania.altervista.org Note: It DOES recognise and partially support grub legacy, but will not update, install, or reinstall it. However, it will replace it with something else. LVM support (including RAID disks and so on) is available as of v2.0. I hope you enjoy using this program, and you can check out my other packages at www.launchpad.net/~hamishmb/+related-projects
Ubuntu Community Council
→ 20-11eom
2020-12-01
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/communitycouncil
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The Community Council uses this for project management. Should you have any questions, please, reach out to community-council AT lists.ubuntu.com.
VeraCrypt
C,C++, Assembly
→ 1.24-update8
2020-11-29
Url https://veracrypt.codeplex.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/veracrypt
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It adds enhanced security to the algorithms used for system and partitions encryption making it immune to new developments in brute-force attacks. It also solves many vulnerabilities and security issues found in TrueCrypt. This enhanced security adds some delay only to the opening of encrypted partitions without any performance impact to the application use phase. This is acceptable to the legitimate owner but it makes it much more harder for an attacker to gain access to the encrypted data. All released files are PGP signed with key ID=0x54DDD393, available on key servers and downloadable at https://www.idrix.fr/VeraCrypt/VeraCrypt_PGP_public_key.asc
safe-rm
Perl
→ 1.0.0
2020-11-27
This release is a complete rewrite into the Rust programming language. It also includes a few minor bug fixes.
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/safe-rm
Img http://screenshots.debian.net/package/safe-rm
Safe-rm is a safety tool intended to prevent the accidental deletion of important files by replacing /bin/rm with a wrapper, which checks the given arguments against a configurable blacklist of files and directories that should never be removed. Users who attempt to delete one of these protected files or directories will not be able to do so and will be shown a warning message instead: $ rm -rf /usr Skipping /usr (Protected paths can be set both at the site and user levels.) Recovering important files you deleted by mistake can be quite hard. Protect yourself today by installing safe-rm and reduce the likelihood that you will need to contact a data recovery service! Git repository: https://gitorious.org/safe-rm/mainline Donations: http://flattr.com/thing/311296/Safe-rm
APSYNSIM
python
→ 2.0b
2020-11-27
New code has been added (APSYNTRU) which allows the analysis of REAL interferometry observations in an interactive and pedagogical way. In addition, several real observaitons (VLBI and ALMA) have been included as examples.
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/apsynsim
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Aperture Synthesis Simulator for Radio Astronomy, based on Python, numpy, and matplotlib. The antenna positions can be changed interactively with the mouse, with a real-time refreshing of all plots (UV coverage, source FFT, dirty beam, and dirty image). Generic images can be used as source models. Observing frequency, number of antennas, visibility-weighting, source coordinates, and array coordinates can be changed on the fly. It is also possible to deconvolve the dirty images (with CLEAN), corrupt the antenna gains, and check the deconvolution process in both the image plane and Fourier space. This program is ideal for teaching the Aperture Synthesis technique in Radio Astronomy.
Firmware Test Suite
C
→ 20.09.00
2020-11-25
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FirmwareTestSuite/ReleaseNotes/20.09.00
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/fwts
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* Automated testing * Flexible test framework * Configurable output logs * Re-use older unmaintained code from linuxfirmwarekit.org * Plug-in to check box and other test frameworks * Provide diagnosis and recommended workarounds
SecretStorage
Python
→ 3.3.0
2020-11-25
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/python-secretstorage
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This module provides a way to securely storing passwords and other secrets. It uses DBus Secret Service API that is supported by GNOME Keyring (>= 2.30) and KWallet (>= 4.8). It allows to create new passwords, delete and search for passwords matching given attributes. It also supports graphical prompts when unlocking is needed.
cloud-init
python
→ 20.4
2020-11-24
Cloud-init release 20.4 is now available The 20.4 release: * spanned about 3 months * had 29 contributors from 31 domains * fixed 14 Launchpad issues Highlights: - Azure ability to hot-attach NICs to preprovisioned VMs before reprovisioning - Additional Azure failure handling - Add NoCloud seed from vendordata - Ability to blacklist network interfaces based on driver - New IBM PowerVM specific RMC module - Allow OVS bridge as primary interface - add cli "--system" param to allow validating system user-data - Support configuring SSH host certificates - New integration testing framework
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/cloud-init
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Duplicity
Python, C
→ 0.8.17
2020-11-11
Url http://duplicity.nongnu.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/duplicity
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Duplicity backs up directories by producing encrypted tar-format volumes and uploading them to a remote or local file server. Because duplicity uses librsync, the incremental archives are space efficient and only record the parts of files that have changed since the last backup. Because duplicity uses GnuPG to encrypt and/or sign these archives, they will be safe from spying and/or modification by the server.
osip
C
→ 5.2.0
2020-11-11
Url http://gnu.org/software/osip/
LP https://launchpad.net/osip
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SecretStorage
Python
→ 3.2.0
2020-11-08
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/python-secretstorage
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This module provides a way to securely storing passwords and other secrets. It uses DBus Secret Service API that is supported by GNOME Keyring (>= 2.30) and KWallet (>= 4.8). It allows to create new passwords, delete and search for passwords matching given attributes. It also supports graphical prompts when unlocking is needed.
getdevinfo
python2, python3
→ 1.1.1
2020-11-04
Url http://hamishmb.altervista.org
LP https://launchpad.net/getdevinfo
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VerifyDTAPN
C++
→ d3.4.0
2020-11-01
Url http://www.tapaal.net
LP https://launchpad.net/verifydtapn
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Verification engine for TAPAAL that uses the discrete semantics and supports EF, AG, EG and AF queries also for nets with weighted arcs but only with closed intervals. For more information see http://www.tapaal.net.
VerifyDTAPN
C++
→ d3.4.1
2020-11-01
Url http://www.tapaal.net
LP https://launchpad.net/verifydtapn
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Verification engine for TAPAAL that uses the discrete semantics and supports EF, AG, EG and AF queries also for nets with weighted arcs but only with closed intervals. For more information see http://www.tapaal.net.

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