Launchpad Releases

GNU Stow
Perl
β†’ 2.4.0
2024-04-08
Url http://gnu.org/s/stow/
LP https://launchpad.net/stow
Img
Stow was inspired by Carnegie Mellon's Depot program, but is substantially simpler. Stow will never delete any files, directories, or links that appear in a Stow directory (e.g., /usr/local/stow/emacs), so it's always possible to rebuild the target tree (e.g., /usr/local).
Lifeograph
c++
β†’ 3.0.0.rc
2024-04-07
Lifeograph 3.0 is a very huge update on top of the big changes introduced on Lifeograph 2.0. With this version, Lifeograph evolved form a diary/note taking application into a general purpose information management environment. Please note that this is a testing release and should be used carefully. Please backup your existing diaries before upgrading.
Url http://lifeograph.sourceforge.net/
LP https://launchpad.net/lifeograph
Img
Timekpr-nExT
Pyhon 3.x
β†’ 0.5.6
2024-03-17
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/timekpr-next
Img
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. --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Armagetron Advanced
C++, Python, Ruby, php
β†’ 0.2.9.2-beta-z2996
2024-03-12
This is from the 0.2.9 branch of development. Our current releases are derived from here. Return of the Mac macOS builds are now considered stable. Any still open macOS specific issues can be viewed on our tracker. There is not much else to this release. Mostly bugfixes, adaptions to new environments, fixes to the build system that bring it more in line with standards, code quality improvements from fixing all the warnings the macOS compiler raised. There is now a VSYNC enable/disable/default option in the display system setup backported from trunk! That probably was a Z-Man specific itch. Changes in Linux land switched the default from On to Off, and it is annoying to override with the command line. Changes in AppImage Land: Our AppImage files now are signed and support bandwidth-saving updates via AppImageUpdate. They no longer carry their version in the filename because after an update, that would be a lie. We now support installation via Flatpak for the 64-bit Linux client. Get the stable versions from Flathub; our own repository has those and also carries the usual test builds.
Url http://www.armagetronad.net/
LP https://launchpad.net/armagetronad
Img http://www.armagetronad.net/screenshots.php
layer-docker-registry
Python
β†’ 1.29
2024-03-06
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/layer-docker-registry
Img
Kubernetes Dashboard Operator
β†’ 1.29
2024-03-06
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/kubernetes-dashboard-operator
Img
Sunlight
β†’ 6.8.0-rc4
2024-03-03
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/sunlight
Img
Sunlight also includes a wide variety of software through its network of software repositories. Once your system is installed you can simply call up a list of all the existing tools out there and choose any of them for immediate installation over the internet.
Sunlight
β†’ 6.8.0-rc5
2024-03-03
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/sunlight
Img
Sunlight also includes a wide variety of software through its network of software repositories. Once your system is installed you can simply call up a list of all the existing tools out there and choose any of them for immediate installation over the internet.
Sunlight
β†’ 6.8.0-rc6
2024-03-03
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/sunlight
Img
Sunlight also includes a wide variety of software through its network of software repositories. Once your system is installed you can simply call up a list of all the existing tools out there and choose any of them for immediate installation over the internet.
Armagetron Advanced
C++, Python, Ruby, php
β†’ 0.2.9.2-beta-z2993
2024-02-25
This is from the 0.2.9 branch of development. Our current releases are derived from here. Return of the Mac macOS builds are now considered stable. Any still open macOS specific issues can be viewed on our tracker. There is not much else to this release. Mostly bugfixes, adaptions to new environments, fixes to the build system that bring it more in line with standards, code quality improvements from fixing all the warnings the macOS compiler raised. There is now a VSYNC enable/disable/default option in the display system setup backported from trunk! That probably was a Z-Man specific itch. Changes in Linux land switched the default from On to Off, and it is annoying to override with the command line. Changes in AppImage Land: Our AppImage files now are signed and support bandwidth-saving updates via AppImageUpdate. They no longer carry their version in the filename because after an update, that would be a lie. We now support installation via Flatpak for the 64-bit Linux client. Get the stable versions from Flathub; our own repository has those and also carries the usual test builds.
Url http://www.armagetronad.net/
LP https://launchpad.net/armagetronad
Img http://www.armagetronad.net/screenshots.php
Armagetron Advanced
C++, Python, Ruby, php
β†’ 0.2.9.2-beta-z2985
2024-02-23
This is from the 0.2.9 branch of development. Our current releases are derived from here. Return of the Mac macOS builds are now considered stable. Any still open macOS specific issues can be viewed on our tracker. There is not much else to this release. Mostly bugfixes, adaptions to new environments, fixes to the build system that bring it more in line with standards, code quality improvements from fixing all the warnings the macOS compiler raised. There is now a VSYNC enable/disable/default option in the display system setup backported from trunk! That probably was a Z-Man specific itch. Changes in Linux land switched the default from On to Off, and it is annoying to override with the command line. Changes in AppImage Land: Our AppImage files now are signed and support bandwidth-saving updates via AppImageUpdate. They no longer carry their version in the filename because after an update, that would be a lie. We now support installation via Flatpak for the 64-bit Linux client. Get the stable versions from Flathub; our own repository has those and also carries the usual test builds.
Url http://www.armagetronad.net/
LP https://launchpad.net/armagetronad
Img http://www.armagetronad.net/screenshots.php
Breezy
Python
β†’ 3.3.5
2024-01-19
Url https://www.breezy-vcs.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/brz
Img
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
Auctex
β†’ 13.3
2024-01-18
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/auctex/
LP https://launchpad.net/auctex
Img
AUCTeX is a comprehensive customizable integrated environment for writing input files for TeX/LaTeX using GNU Emacs. AUCTeX lets you run TeX/LaTeX and other LaTeX-related tools, such as a output filters or post processor from inside Emacs. Especially running LaTeX' is interesting, as AUCTeX lets you browse through the errors TeX reported, while it moves the cursor directly to the reported error, and displays some documentation for that particular error. This will even work when the document is spread over several files. AUCTeX automatically indents your `LaTeX-source', not only as you write it -- you can also let it indent and format an entire document. It has a special outline feature, which can greatly help you `getting an overview' of a document.
SimulIDE
C++
β†’ 1.1.0-rc1
2024-01-15
Url https://www.simulide.com
LP https://launchpad.net/simulide
Img
This is not an accurate simulator for circuit analysis, it aims to be fast, simple and easy to use, this means simple and not very accurate electronic models and limited features. ​ Simplicity and ease of use are the key features of this simulator. You can create, simulate and interact with your circuits within minutes, just drag components from the list, drop into the circuit, connect them and push power button to see how it works. ​ SimulIDE also features a code Editor and Debugger for GcBasic, Arduino, PIC asm and AVR asm. It is still in it's firsts stages of development, with basic functionalities, but it is possible to write, compile and basic debugging with breakpoints, watch registers and global variables.
SimulIDE
C++
β†’ 1.0.0-sr2
2023-12-21
Url https://www.simulide.com
LP https://launchpad.net/simulide
Img
This is not an accurate simulator for circuit analysis, it aims to be fast, simple and easy to use, this means simple and not very accurate electronic models and limited features. ​ Simplicity and ease of use are the key features of this simulator. You can create, simulate and interact with your circuits within minutes, just drag components from the list, drop into the circuit, connect them and push power button to see how it works. ​ SimulIDE also features a code Editor and Debugger for GcBasic, Arduino, PIC asm and AVR asm. It is still in it's firsts stages of development, with basic functionalities, but it is possible to write, compile and basic debugging with breakpoints, watch registers and global variables.
aspell
β†’ 0.60.8.1
2023-12-20
Url http://aspell.net
LP https://launchpad.net/aspell
Img
GNU Aspell is a Free and Open Source spell checker designed to eventually replace Ispell. It can either be used as a library or as an independent spell checker. Its main feature is that it does a superior job of suggesting possible replacements for a misspelled word than just about any other spell checker out there for the English language. Unlike Ispell, Aspell can also easily check documents in UTF-8 without having to use a special dictionary. Aspell will also do its best to respect the current locale setting. Other advantages over Ispell include support for using multiple dictionaries at once and intelligently handling personal dictionaries when more than one Aspell process is open at once.
cloud-init
python
β†’ 23.4.1
2023-12-14
Highlights: - fix(status): Handle systemctl commands when dbus not ready
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/cloud-init
Img
OpenSRF - Open Scalable Request Framework
Perl, C
β†’ 3.3.0
2023-12-13
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/opensrf
Img
Dr. Geo II
Pharo
β†’ 23.12
2023-12-07
- Classes and categories were edited and reorganized for a better understanding of the responsibilities in the code. - Improved SVG export. - Spanish DSL (Smalltalk sketch) - An additional font to correctly render Japanese characters. - Various bug fixes. - Updated translations. - New upstream Cuis-Smalltalk image with its improvments. Mathematics symbal can be rendered as LaTeX command, ie \alpha, ...
Url http://www.drgeo.eu
LP https://launchpad.net/drgeo
Img http://www.drgeo.eu/help
Dr. Geo II is the successor of the Dr. Geo software (packaged in the Ubuntu distribution). Dr. Geo II is more friendly for programming use of interactive geometry.
OpenSRF - Open Scalable Request Framework
Perl, C
β†’ 3.2.4
2023-12-06
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/opensrf
Img
OpenSRF - Open Scalable Request Framework
Perl, C
β†’ 3.3-beta
2023-12-06
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/opensrf
Img
certify-planning
β†’ 2023-november
2023-12-04
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/certify-planning
Img
cloud-init
python
β†’ 23.4
2023-12-04
Cloud-init release 23.4 is now available The 23.4 release: * spanned about 3 months * had 25 contributors * fixed 4 Launchpad issues Highlights: General: - Add shellcheck to CI - util: Remove function abs_join() - Add support for cloud-init "degraded" state - status.json: Don't override detail key with error condition - tools/render-template: Make yaml loading opt-in, fix setup.py - boothook: allow stdout/stderr to emit to cloud-init-output.log - cloud-init-generator: Various performance optimizations - systemd: Standardize cloud-init systemd enablement - benchmark: benchmark cloud-init-generator independent of ds-identify - Automatically linkcheck in CI - cmd: Don't write json status files for non-boot stages - apport: collect ubuntu-pro logs if ubuntu-advantage.log present - sources: do not override datasource detection if None is in list - clean: add a new option to clean generated config files - pep-594: drop deprecated pipes module import Distributions: - Debian: Set Debian's default locale to be c.UTF-8 - Gentoo: upstream gentoo patch - OpenBSD: Update build-on-openbsd dependencies - SUSE: Add suse AliYun: Allow aliyun ds to fetch data in init-local Azure: - report failure to eject as error instead of debug - Check for stale pps data from IMDS - imds: remove limit for connection errors if route present - workaround to disable reporting IMDS failures on Azure Stack - errors: include http code in reason for IMDS failure - report failure to host if ephemeral DHCP secondary NIC - imds: ensure new errors are logged immediately when retrying - check for primary interface when performing DHCP - imds: retry on 429 errors for reprovisiondata - add option to enable/disable secondary ip config - Ignore system volume information folder while scanning for files in the ntfs resource disk MAAS: Add datasource to init-local timeframe NWCS: Update DataSourceNWCS.py VMware: Fall back to vmtoolsd if vmware-rpctool errs ConfigModules: - cc_apt_configure: - add deb822 support for default sources file - install software-properties-common when absent but needed - Install gnupg if gpg not found - kill dirmngr/gpg-agent without gpgconf dependency - cc_apt_pipelining: Update docs, deprecate options - cc_resizefs: Add bcachefs resize support - cc_package_update_upgrade_install: - Allow installing snaps via package_update_upgrade_install module - cc_ubuntu_advantage: - do not rely on uaclient.messages module - shift CLI command from ua to pro for all interactions - cc_set_hostname, cc_update_hostname: check for create_hostname_file key before writing /etc/hostname Network: - ephemeral: Handle link up failure for both ipv4 and ipv6 - warn invalid cfg add /run/cloud-init/network-config - remove the word "on instance boot" from cloud-init generated config Schema: - non-root fallback to default paths on perm errors - annotation path for invalid top-level keys - top-level additionalProperties: false - network-config optional network key. route uses oneOf - add cloud_init_deepest_matches for best error message - add network-config support to schema subcommand - cloud-init schema in early boot or in dev environ - annotation of nested dicts lists in schema marks DsIdentify: - exit 2 on disabled state from marker or cmdline - Allow disable service and override environment - match Azure datasource's ds_detect() behavior - Use grep for faster parsing of cloud config in ds-identify Logging: - Standardize logging output to stderr - Don't configure NullHandler - Standardize use of cloudinit's logging module - Log PPID for better debuggin - Remove logging of PPID path - style: Make cloudinit.log functions use snake case - Export warning logs to status.json Docs: - man: Document cloud-init error codes - Add summit digest/trip report to docs - Clarify boothook docs - Describe disabling cloud-init using an environment variable - Tidy up contributing docs - Add cloud-init overview/introduction - vmware: Update contents relevant to disable_vmware_customization - summit-notes: add 2023 notes for reference in mailinglist/discourse
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/cloud-init
Img
cinder-tempest-plugin
β†’ 1.3.0
2023-11-20
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/cinder-tempest-plugin
Img
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.
cinder-tempest-plugin
β†’ 1.4.0
2023-11-20
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/cinder-tempest-plugin
Img
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.
Gweled
C
β†’ 1.0
2023-11-09
Almos full rewrite of the graphic part! Features: * Ported to Gtk3 * Sound migrated to GSound * Graphics implemented with Clutter * Hiscores implemented with libgnome-games-support (saved per user, not globally) * Settings saved with GSettings * Dynamic tile size according to window size (not anymore fixed small, medium big) * In game text drawed with Pango and fully translatable * Removed all the raster graphics * New gems effects * Use of GtkHeaderBar for most actions and settings included into main buger menu * Removed Autonomus (1997, by Skaven/FC) background music, probably copyrighted * Ported to Meson build system * Some bugfixes * Lots of new/updated translations Known bugs: * Some alignments give incorrect points * Auto alignments after user one are usually slow to trigger * No custom messages if your score is not in the first 10 ones Dependencies: * gtk3 >=3.20 * clutter >= 1.20 * clutter-gtk >= 1.8 * gsound >= 1.0.3 * libgnome-games-support >= 1.8 To compile: meson build ninja -C build ninja -C build install
Url http://gweled.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/gweled
Img http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZ8NqKAVoUQ
Gweled is a GTK+ version of a popular PalmOS/Windows/Java game called "Bejeweled", originally written by Sebastien Delestaing. The aim of the game is to make alignment of 3 or more gems, both vertically or horizontally by swapping adjacent gems. The game ends when there are no possible moves left. Official Gweled PPA: https://launchpad.net/~dnax88/+archive/gweled
Kubernetes Master Charm
β†’ 1.28+ck2
2023-11-07
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-kubernetes-master
Img
Ceph CSI Charm
β†’ 1.28+ck2
2023-11-07
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-ceph-csi
Img
layer-docker-registry
Python
β†’ 1.28+ck2
2023-11-07
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/layer-docker-registry
Img
Kubernetes Dashboard Operator
β†’ 1.28+ck2
2023-11-07
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/kubernetes-dashboard-operator
Img
certify-planning
β†’ 2023-october
2023-11-03
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/certify-planning
Img
testtools
Python
β†’ 2.7.1
2023-11-02
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/testtools
Img
http://pypi.python.org/pypi/testtools If you have any questions about this project, please ask on the developer mailing list <email address hidden>, the Testing in Python mailing list <email address hidden> or ask a question at https://answers.launchpad.net/testtools Docs available at http://testtools.rtfd.org/ API docs available at http://testtools.readthedocs.org/en/latest/api.html
charm-kubernetes-service-checks
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-kubernetes-service-checks
Img
NRPE Charm
Python
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1 - Added discourse documentation - Dropped support for Xenial series - Altered the charm behavior to remove the built-in checks in the existence of COS - Modified check_space definitions to support nested children sections in lsblk output, as well as fixing Jammy support - Fixed the space checks in the existence of confinement
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/nrpe-charm
Img
juju-backup-all
python
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/juju-backup-all
Img
charm-duplicity
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1 - Added discourse documentation - Fixed a bug due to python dependency handling that causes install hook to fail on the bionic series
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-duplicity
Img
Prometheus Openstack Exporter Charm
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1 - Dropped support for Bionic series - Fixed a bug that caused the prometheus-openstack-exporter snap to be restarted every 5 minutes
Url https://code.launchpad.net/~canonical-bootstack/bootstack-ops/+git/charm-prometheus-openstack-exporter
LP https://launchpad.net/prometheus-openstack-exporter-charm
Img
Grafana Charm
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Updated the GPG signing key of the Grafana repository
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/grafana-charm
Img
charm-local-users
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1 - Added discourse documentation - Dropped support for Bionic series
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-local-users
Img
charm-storage-connector
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1 - Added integration with the grafana-agent charm, that replaces the previous COS integration with the prometheus-k8s-operator - Dropped support for Bionic series - Add link to discourse documentation
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-storage-connector
Img
Prometheus2 charm
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Dropped support for Bionic series - Fixed a bug that was causing the federate job configuration to not work
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/prometheus2-charm
Img
charm-infra-node
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-infra-node
Img
charm-cloudstats
python
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-cloudstats
Img
charm-apt-mirror
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1 - Added SonarCloud integration
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-apt-mirror
Img
Telegraf Charm
Python
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1 - Dropped support for Bionic series
Url https://launchpad.net/telegraf-charm
LP https://launchpad.net/telegraf-charm
Img
Graylog Charm
Python 3
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Fixed a bug that caused the config-changed hook to fail on the machines where non trivial routing is configured
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/graylog-charm
Img
charm-simple-streams
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1 - Dropped support for Bionic series
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-simple-streams
Img
prometheus-grok-exporter-charm
β†’ 23.10
2023-11-01
- Added support for juju 3.1 - Added discourse documentation - Dropped support for Bionic series
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/prometheus-grok-exporter-charm
Img
testtools
Python
β†’ 2.7.0
2023-11-01
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/testtools
Img
http://pypi.python.org/pypi/testtools If you have any questions about this project, please ask on the developer mailing list <email address hidden>, the Testing in Python mailing list <email address hidden> or ask a question at https://answers.launchpad.net/testtools Docs available at http://testtools.rtfd.org/ API docs available at http://testtools.readthedocs.org/en/latest/api.html
lptools
Python
β†’ 0.3.0
2023-10-06
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/lptools
Img
certify-planning
β†’ 2023-september
2023-10-02
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/certify-planning
Img
VeraCrypt
C,C++, Assembly
β†’ 1.26.7
2023-10-01
Changes between 1.25.9 and 1.26.7 (1 October 2023) : - All OSes: * Security: Ensure that XTS primary key is different from the secondary key when creating volumes * Issue unlikely to happen thanks to random generator properties but this check must be added to prevent attacks * Reference: CCSS,NSA comment at page 3: https://csrc.nist.gov/csrc/media/Projects/crypto-publication-review-project/documents/initial-comments/sp800-38e-initial-public-comments-2021.pdf * Remove TrueCrypt Mode support. Version 1.25.9 can be used to mount or convert TrueCrypt volumes. * Complete removal of RIPEMD160 and GOST89 algorithms. Legacy volumes using any of them cannot be mounted by VeraCrypt anymore. * Add support for BLAKE2s as new PRF algorithm for both system encryption and standard volumes. * Introducing support for EMV banking smart cards as keyfiles for non-system volumes. * No need for a separate PKCS#11 module configuration. * Card PIN isn't required. * Generates secure keyfile content from unique, encoded data present on the banking card. * Supports all EMV standard-compliant banking cards. * Can be enabled in settings (go to Settings->Security Tokens). * Developed by a team of students from the Institut national des sciences appliquΓ©es de Rennes. * More details about the team and the project are available at https://projets-info.insa-rennes.fr/projets/2022/VeraCrypt/index_en.html. * When overwriting an existing file container during volume creation, add its current size to the available free space * Add Corsican language support. Update several translations. * Update documentation - Windows: * Officially, the minimum supported version is now <strong>Windows 10</strong>. VeraCrypt may still run on Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1, but no active tests are done on these platforms. * EFI Bootloader: * Fix bug in PasswordTimeout value handling that caused it to be limited to 255 seconds. * Rescue Disk: enhance "Boot Original Windows Loader" by using embedded backup of original Windows loader if it is missing from disk * Addition of Blake2s and removal of RIPEMD160 & GOST89 * Enable memory protection by default. Add option under Performance/Driver Configuration to disable it if needed. * Memory protection blocks non-admin processes from reading VeraCrypt memory * It may block Screen Readers (Accessibility support) from reading VeraCrypt UI, in which case it can be disabled * It can be disabled by setting registry value "VeraCryptEnableMemoryProtection" to 0 under "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\veracrypt" * Add process mitigation policy to prevent VeraCrypt from being injected by other processes * Minor enhancements to RAM Encryption implementation * Fix Secure Desktop issues under Windows 11 22H2 * Implement support for mounting partially encrypted system partitions. * Fix false positive detection of new device insertion when Clear Encryption Keys option is enable (System Encryption case only) * Better implementation of Fast Create when creating file containers that uses UAC to request required privilege if not already held * Allow choosing Fast Create in Format Wizard UI when creating file containers * Fix formatting issues during volume creation on some machines. * Fix stall issue caused by Quick Format of large file containers * Add dropdown menu to Mount button to allow mounting without using the cache. * Possible workaround for logarithmic slowdown for Encrypt-In-Place on large volumes. * Make Expander first check file existence before proceeding further * Allow selecting size unit (KB/MB/GB) for generated keyfiles * Display full list of supported cluster sizes for NTFS, ReFS and exFAT filesystems when creating volumes * Support drag-n-drop of files and keyfiles in Expander. * Implement translation of Expander UI * Replace legacy file/dir selection APIs with modern IFileDialog interface for better Windows 11 compatibility * Enhancements to dependency dlls safe loading, including delay loading. * Remove recommendation of keyfiles files extensions and update documentation to mention risks of third-party file extensions. * Add support for more language in the setup installer * Update LZMA library to version 23.01 * Update libzip to version 1.10.0 and zlib to version 1.3. - Linux: * Fix bug in Random generator on Linux when used with Blake2s that was triggering a self test failure. * Modify Random Generator on Linux to exactly match official documentation and the Windows implementation. * Fix compatibility issues with Ubuntu 23.04. * Fix assert messages displayed when using wxWidgets 3.1.6 and newer. * Fix issues launching fsck on Linux. * Fix privilege escalation prompts being ignored. * Fix wrong size for hidden volume when selecting the option to use all free space. * Fix failure to create hidden volume on a disk using CLI caused by wrong maximum size detection. * Fix various issues when running in Text mode: * Don't allow selecting exFAT/BTRFS filesytem if they are not present or not compatible with the created volume. * Fix wrong dismount message displayed when mounting a volume. * Hide PIM during entry and re-ask PIM when user entered a wrong value. * Fix printing error when checking free space during volume creation in path doesn't exist. * Use wxWidgets 3.2.2.1 for static builds (e.g. console only version) * Fix compatibility of generic installers with old Linux distros * Update help message to indicate that when cascading algorithms they must be separated by dash * Better compatibility with building under Alpine Linux and musl libc - macOS: * Fix issue of VeraCrypt window becoming unusable in use cases involving multiple monitors and change in resolution.
Url https://veracrypt.codeplex.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/veracrypt
Img
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
pytest-operator
β†’ 1.27+ck2
2023-09-26
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/pytest-operator
Img
pytest-operator
β†’ 1.28+ck1
2023-09-26
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/pytest-operator
Img
Kubernetes Master Charm
β†’ 1.28+ck1
2023-09-26
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-kubernetes-master
Img
Ceph CSI Charm
β†’ 1.28+ck1
2023-09-26
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-ceph-csi
Img
layer-docker-registry
Python
β†’ 1.28+ck1
2023-09-26
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/layer-docker-registry
Img
Kubernetes Dashboard Operator
β†’ 1.28+ck1
2023-09-26
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/kubernetes-dashboard-operator
Img
SimulIDE
C++
β†’ 1.1.0-rc0
2023-09-20
First Release Candidate.
Url https://www.simulide.com
LP https://launchpad.net/simulide
Img
This is not an accurate simulator for circuit analysis, it aims to be fast, simple and easy to use, this means simple and not very accurate electronic models and limited features. ​ Simplicity and ease of use are the key features of this simulator. You can create, simulate and interact with your circuits within minutes, just drag components from the list, drop into the circuit, connect them and push power button to see how it works. ​ SimulIDE also features a code Editor and Debugger for GcBasic, Arduino, PIC asm and AVR asm. It is still in it's firsts stages of development, with basic functionalities, but it is possible to write, compile and basic debugging with breakpoints, watch registers and global variables.
Email-reminder
Perl
β†’ 0.8.3
2023-09-18
This is a minor release which only affects the metadata shipped with email-reminder.
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/email-reminder
Img http://screenshots.debian.net/package/email-reminder
Email-Reminder allows users to define events for which they want to receive a reminder by email either on the day of the event and/or a few days beforehand. Possible events include: - birthdays - anniversaries - weekly, monthly and yearly events Git repository: http://repo.or.cz/w/email-reminder.git Donations: http://flattr.com/thing/311305/Email-reminder
Breezy
Python
β†’ 3.3.4
2023-09-04
Url https://www.breezy-vcs.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/brz
Img
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
Timekpr-nExT
Pyhon 3.x
β†’ 0.5.5
2023-09-01
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/timekpr-next
Img
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
β†’ 23.3.3
2023-08-28
Cloud-init release 23.3 is now available The 23.3 release: * spanned about 3 months * had 29 contributors * fixed 9 Launchpad issues Highlights: - Remove python deprecated crypt dependency in favor of passlib.hash.bcrypt where present. crypt was used by by NetBSD and Azure datasource. Plan is to eventually deprecate passlib dependency too. - network: support busybox micro DHCP client (udhcpc) alternative to deprecated isc-dhcp-client. - Clouds: - Ensure Akamai(and Linode) datasource included in default discovery - Ec2: support deconding double base64 encoded user-data - GCE: improve fallback nic selection ens4 over eth0 as primary/default NIC - Distributions: - debian/ubuntu: no longer use localectl to set keymap (LP: #2030788) - systemd v253++: cloud-init status --wait won't block on spawned daemons - FreeBSD: Ephemeral networking fixes for BSD since /run is preserved - FreeBSD introduce ds-identify for early datasource detectiion - Modules: - users: support doas/opendoas rules as alternative to sudo - PEP 668: pip-installed ansible to support break-system-packages installs - tooling: New file /run/cloud-init/combined-cloud-config.json to read all merged user-data/config without invoking python.
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/cloud-init
Img
pytest-operator
β†’ 1.28
2023-08-21
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/pytest-operator
Img
Kubernetes Master Charm
β†’ 1.28
2023-08-21
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-kubernetes-master
Img
Ceph CSI Charm
β†’ 1.28
2023-08-21
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-ceph-csi
Img
UPnP Router Control
C
β†’ 0.3.3
2023-08-03
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/upnp-router-control
Img http://screenshots.debian.net/screenshots/u/upnp-router-control/5553_large.png
Here my PPA with preview deb package for Ubuntu. https://launchpad.net/~dnax88/+archive/ppa Known routers working with UPnP Router Control: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/upnp-router-control/+spec/working-routers
charm-juju-backup-all
β†’ 23.07
2023-07-28
* Fixed do-backup action on charm. * Drop Bionic support
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-juju-backup-all
Img
This charm deploys [juju-backup-all](https://launchpad.net/juju-backup-all), along with a script to automate its execution, `auto_backup.py`. In addition, a crontab is deployed to run `auto_backup.py`, as well as a Nagios check which alerts on any issues when performing backups.
NRPE Charm
Python
β†’ 23.07
2023-07-28
- fix run-action run-nrpe-check name=check_crm_status
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/nrpe-charm
Img
juju-backup-all
python
β†’ 23.07
2023-07-28
Fix the failing of functional tests due to timeout
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/juju-backup-all
Img
charm-storage-connector
β†’ 23.07
2023-07-28
- apply bootstack charms spec templates - migrate unittests to pytest - minor chores
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-storage-connector
Img
Prometheus2 charm
β†’ 23.07
2023-07-28
- Clarify config description of rules-repo and rules-update-ssh-key.
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/prometheus2-charm
Img
charm-apt-mirror
β†’ 23.07
2023-07-28
* Create issues_to_jira.yaml by @chanchiwai-ray in https://github.com/canonical/charm-apt-mirror/pull/21 * Actions/add source to synchronize by @rgildein in https://github.com/canonical/charm-apt-mirror/pull/22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-apt-mirror
Img
Prometheus Alertmanager Charm
Python
β†’ 23.07
2023-07-28
- pin charm snap version to fix incompatibility issue with charmcraft
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/prometheus-alertmanager-charm
Img
Telegraf Charm
Python
β†’ 23.07
2023-07-28
- Check if telegraf is running in update-status, so we catch if something is crashing telegraf. - Remove focal-postgres bundle from func-test
Url https://launchpad.net/telegraf-charm
LP https://launchpad.net/telegraf-charm
Img
libappimage
C++
β†’ v0.1.0
2023-07-28
Revert "Create tag-using-cron.sh"
Url https://github.com/AppImage/libappimage
LP https://launchpad.net/libappimage
Img
Implements functionality for dealing with AppImage files. Part of the AppImage project - https://appimage.org/.
libappimage
C++
β†’ v1.0.4-5
2023-07-28
Fixes an issue introduced in the latest commit, where LIBAPPIMAGE_SHARED_ONLY was used before it was defined.
Url https://github.com/AppImage/libappimage
LP https://launchpad.net/libappimage
Img
Implements functionality for dealing with AppImage files. Part of the AppImage project - https://appimage.org/.
Pigeon Planner
Python, PyGTK
β†’ 4.6.0
2023-07-18
Url http://www.pigeonplanner.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/pigeonplanner
Img
SoundConverter
python
β†’ 4.0.4
2023-07-17
What's Changed Not treating images as audio by @sezanzeb in #57 Optimized filelist progress updates by @sezanzeb in #58 Using GLib events instead of callbacks, fixed recursion problems by @sezanzeb in #56 Support deleting original files when converting from CLI by @christophehenry in #59 Update it.po by @albanobattistella in #61 Add CLI option to force output resample rate by @christophehenry in #62 Fixed the discoverer test by @sezanzeb in #63 Update Turkish by @sabriunal in #66 Add release dates to appdata.xml by @sabriunal in #64 Fix a typo by @sabriunal in #65 Skipping directories that fail to be read when walking by @sezanzeb in #68 minor Russian translation fixes by @derVedro in #69 New Contributors @christophehenry made their first contribution in #59 @albanobattistella made their first contribution in #61 @sabriunal made their first contribution in #66
Url http://soundconverter.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/soundconverter
Img
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.
grub
β†’ 2.12
2023-07-11
Url http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/grub/
LP https://launchpad.net/grub
Img
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).
Storm
Python
β†’ 0.26
2023-07-04
Improvements ------------ - Clarify exception when creating a property with both allow_none=False and default=None. - Add storm.expr.Is and storm.expr.IsNot operators. - Support Python 3.10 and 3.11. Bug fixes --------- - Avoid traceback reference cycles when wrapping exceptions. - Fix test compatibility with MySQL >= 8.0.24.
Url http://storm.canonical.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/storm
Img
To find out more about Storm, join us in #storm on irc.freenode.net, write to us at <email address hidden>, or see the web page below. Storm offers Ubuntu users official packages from our PPA: * Official releases are available from https://launchpad.net/~storm/+archive Mailing list subscription: * https://lists.canonical.com/mailman/listinfo/storm
Sammaty
Python
β†’ 1.2.9.x
2023-07-01
Url http://nandakumar.co.in/apps/sammaty/
LP https://launchpad.net/sammaty
Img
LRJS
HTML5, Javascript
β†’ 20230630
2023-06-30
Improves player movement.
Url http://iwar.free.fr/spip/article12.html
LP https://launchpad.net/lrjs
Img
The game's frantic action takes place in maze-like, static levels, where a single player dodges enemies while running and climbing to reach and claim stacks of gold.
Dr. Geo II
Pharo
β†’ 23.06
2023-06-24
Url http://www.drgeo.eu
LP https://launchpad.net/drgeo
Img http://www.drgeo.eu/help
Dr. Geo II is the successor of the Dr. Geo software (packaged in the Ubuntu distribution). Dr. Geo II is more friendly for programming use of interactive geometry.
UPnP Router Control
C
β†’ 0.3.2
2023-06-16
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/upnp-router-control
Img http://screenshots.debian.net/screenshots/u/upnp-router-control/5553_large.png
Here my PPA with preview deb package for Ubuntu. https://launchpad.net/~dnax88/+archive/ppa Known routers working with UPnP Router Control: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/upnp-router-control/+spec/working-routers
The curt installer
β†’ 23.1.1
2023-06-14
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/curtin
Img
MetalLB Operator
β†’ 1.27+ck1
2023-06-12
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/operator-metallb
Img
Breezy
Python
β†’ 3.3.3
2023-05-23
Url https://www.breezy-vcs.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/brz
Img
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
AppImageUpdate
C++
β†’ 2.0.0-alpha-1-20220123
2023-05-19
Url https://github.com/AppImage/AppImageUpdate
LP https://launchpad.net/appimageupdate
Img
Here are some concrete use cases for AppImageUpdate: * "As a user, I want to get updates for my AppImages easily, without the need to add repositories to my system like EPEL or ppa. I want to be sure nothing is touched on my system apart from the one application I want to update. And I want to keep the old version until I know for sure that the new version works for me. Of course, I want to check with GPG signatures where the update is coming from. * As an application developer, I want to push out nightly or continuous builds to testers easily without having to go though complicated repository setups for multiple distributions. Since I want to support as many distributions as possible, I am looking for something simple and distribution independent. * As a server operator, I want to reduce my download traffic by having delta updates. So that users don't have to download the same Qt libs over and over again with each application release, even though they are bundled with the application.
AppImageUpdate
C++
β†’ 2.0.0-alpha-1-20220124
2023-05-19
Url https://github.com/AppImage/AppImageUpdate
LP https://launchpad.net/appimageupdate
Img
Here are some concrete use cases for AppImageUpdate: * "As a user, I want to get updates for my AppImages easily, without the need to add repositories to my system like EPEL or ppa. I want to be sure nothing is touched on my system apart from the one application I want to update. And I want to keep the old version until I know for sure that the new version works for me. Of course, I want to check with GPG signatures where the update is coming from. * As an application developer, I want to push out nightly or continuous builds to testers easily without having to go though complicated repository setups for multiple distributions. Since I want to support as many distributions as possible, I am looking for something simple and distribution independent. * As a server operator, I want to reduce my download traffic by having delta updates. So that users don't have to download the same Qt libs over and over again with each application release, even though they are bundled with the application.
AppImageUpdate
C++
β†’ 2.0.0-alpha-1-20230304
2023-05-19
Url https://github.com/AppImage/AppImageUpdate
LP https://launchpad.net/appimageupdate
Img
Here are some concrete use cases for AppImageUpdate: * "As a user, I want to get updates for my AppImages easily, without the need to add repositories to my system like EPEL or ppa. I want to be sure nothing is touched on my system apart from the one application I want to update. And I want to keep the old version until I know for sure that the new version works for me. Of course, I want to check with GPG signatures where the update is coming from. * As an application developer, I want to push out nightly or continuous builds to testers easily without having to go though complicated repository setups for multiple distributions. Since I want to support as many distributions as possible, I am looking for something simple and distribution independent. * As a server operator, I want to reduce my download traffic by having delta updates. So that users don't have to download the same Qt libs over and over again with each application release, even though they are bundled with the application.
MadGraph5_aMC@NLO
Python3
β†’ 3.5.x
2023-05-12
3.5.0.beta (12/05/23) VB+MC+SF+GS+MZ+XZ: NLO EW implemented for lepton-lepton collisions with ISR and beamstrahlung See 2207.03265 and the FAQ https://answers.launchpad.net/mg5amcnlo/+faq/3324 for details. NNL-accurate parton distributions for lepton collisions are provied by eMELA https://github.com/gstagnit/eMELA/releases SF+MZ+PT+PY8author: Introduction of MCatNLO-Delta, a new matching procedure allowing to have less negative events generated (see 2002.12716) OM: MadSpin has now a syntax for handling semi-leptonic decay not supported in spinmode=onshel/none OM: possibility to install eMELA (install eMELA) HS: Adding support of UPC Bruno-Miguel-Oliveira: conform with the XDG Base Directory Specification for history/config file: https://github.com/mg5amcnlo/mg5amcnlo/pull/45 OM: bug fixing from LTS up to 2.9.15
Url http://madgraph.hep.uiuc.edu/
LP https://launchpad.net/mg5amcnlo
Img
Download: The latest stable release can be downloaded as a tar.gz package (see the right of this page), or through the Bazaar versioning system, using bzr branch lp:mg5amcnlo We offer two download one LTS (Long Term Stable) which does not contains the latest features but which is regularly updated with all the bug fixing. The second tarball contains the latest version of the code containing the latest update of the code both in terms of physics and performance. Installation: MadGraph5_aMC@NLO needs Python version 2.7 or 3.7 (or higher) ; gfortran/gcc 4.6 or higher is required for NLO calculations/simulations. Getting started: Run bin/mg5_aMC and type "help" to learn how to run MadGraph5_aMC@NLO using the command interface, or run the interactive quick-start tutorial by typing "tutorial". Some third-party packages can be installed using the MG5_aMC shell command "install". LO generation can also be done directly online at: http://madgraph.phys.ucl.ac.be or http://madgraph.hep.uiuc.edu
DDD
β†’ 3.4.0
2023-05-10
Url http://gnu.org/software/ddd/
LP https://launchpad.net/ddd
Img
GCstar Personal Collections Manager
perl
β†’ 1.8.0
2023-05-09
Gtk3 based version. Upstream repository on Gitlab
Url http://www.gcstar.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/gcstar
Img http://www.gcstar.org/screenshot.en.php
LinuxHA
BASH
β†’ 1.4
2023-05-05
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/linuxha
Img
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.
RT: Request Tracker
Perl, Javascript, Shell
β†’ 5.0.4
2023-05-05
Url http://bestpractical.com/rt
LP https://launchpad.net/rt
Img http://bestpractical.com/rt/screenshots.html
LinuxSOHO
BASH
β†’ 1.4
2023-05-05
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/linuxsoho
Img
Haguichi
Vala
β†’ 1.4.6
2023-04-30
Url https://haguichi.net/
LP https://launchpad.net/haguichi
Img https://haguichi.net/screenshots/
Charm-openstack-service-checks
β†’ 23.04
2023-04-28
- Downgraded severity of an alert when floating IP is allocated but not associated. Previously "CRITICAL", now "WARNING". - Add option to configure 'check_ssl_cert_options' check. - Fixed bug that cause trusted certificates to not be properly updated when value of 'trusted_ssl_ca' config option was changed.
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-openstack-service-checks
Img
Nagios Charm
β†’ 23.04
2023-04-28
- Functional tests updated to keep compatibility with Juju controllers < 3.0
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-nagios
Img

Polled via Launchpad API.