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[News] Key Linux Applications Released: Wine, Compiz and Unigine Out Shortly

  • Subject: [News] Key Linux Applications Released: Wine, Compiz and Unigine Out Shortly
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 20 Dec 2009 02:05:23 +0000
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Wine 1.1.35 Released

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| The Wine development release 1.1.35 is now 
| available.
| What's new in this release:
|     * Support for OLE transacted storage.
|     * Better certificate checking on secure 
|     connections.
|     * More progress on the 16-bit 
|     separation.
|     * Left 4 Dead 2 DRM really supported 
|     now.
|     * MSI performance improvements.
|     * 64-bit fixes in debugger support.
|     * Various bug fixes.


[Compiz] Elements changes for today and the future

,----[ Quote ]
| Remember the last time I said elements was 
| ported? Well, turns out I lied. It only 
| compiled and loaded, then I went off to 
| study for exams, totally forgot about it and 
| in reality it was really really broken. I 
| had to spend about 3 days fixing it.


Unigine Heaven For Linux May Come Next Week

,----[ Quote ]
| We have received confirmation from Unigine 
| Corp that with Catalyst 9.12 for Linux now 
| released with its proper OpenGL 3.2 support 
| and bug-fixes, this paves the way for 
| Unigine Heaven to be released possibly as 
| soon as next week. 



,----[ Quote ]
| The interface is amazing and simple, if I 
| were to recommend any ripper to a first time 
| Linux user or a person well versed in Linux 
| I would submit this, even experienced Linux 
| users will have their productivity increased 
| through it's simple lay out.
| I think one last thing I should mention is 
| that after you are done making your favorite 
| movie even better is that you can then burn 
| it back DVD for play in any DVD player.

Folding @ Home on Ubuntu: Cancer Research Made Easy

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| In the fall of the year 2000, Stanford 
| University first released the Folding @ Home 
| project to the public, which allowed 
| household computers the ability to 
| contribute to cancer research. Now, nearly a 
| decade later, there are roughly 250,000 
| regular contributors to the project and over 
| 2,000,000 that have ever contributed at all. 
| This article by Christer Edwards outlines 
| the benefits of contributing to Folding @ 
| Home as well as how to begin contributing 
| yourself.

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