Install 64 bit flash player 10 on Ubuntu 9.04 AMD-64

Though the 64 bit flash player 10 for linux is still a beta version,it works fine on Ubuntu 9.04. Install the 64 bit flash player for Linux is quite easy.

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Nexuiz 2.5 released!

The famouse open source  first-person shooter game-Nexuiz new 2.5 version is availabel. Nexuiz came along with huge changes and  improvements,such as new game mode race,new maps,new weapons,mas editor NetRadiant,new music,re-created HUD & user-adjustable scorecard ,supports to capture screenshot of video as OggTheora format,improved robot,better visual display and so on.

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FFmpeg 0.5 Release

FFmpeg 0.5 is released,this version names"half-way to world domination A.K.A. the belligerent blue bike shed",many codecs and encoders have been added,such as Flash Screen Video,WMAv1/v2 encoder,RealVideo RV30/40,WMV3/WMV9/VC-1,Theora,Vorbis,AC-3,H.264 PAFF and CQM support,Monkey's Audio,Musepack and so on.

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Giver-a simple file sharing tool

Giver let users whom are in the same network can share files each other easily,no need configuration,what you need to do is just dragging your mouse icon,really simple and useful.

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nVidia released official OpenGL3.0 180.27 driver

nVidia released the most updated OpenGL3.0180.27 driver(Non-Open Source) yesterday,The NVIDIA 180.27 x86/x86_64 display driver for Linux brings OpenGL 3.0 support for the GeForce 8 series and later.

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Gmail Backup

If you want to backup your emails of Gmail into computer,  you can use Gmail Backup this little tool.Gmail Backup is very  simple and easy,you just need to run "./gmail-backup-gui.sh " and type you account name & passward,and then choose backup folder and date,the last step is clicking the button Backup to backup your email.so easy,right?

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Vitetris- a terminal-based game

Do you want to play game on text-mode ?if yes,these is a game names Vitetris would be your choice. Game play is much like the early Tetris games by Nintendo. Although Vitetris is a terminal-based game,it still has some normal game's' features :~

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Screen Ruler-a ruler tool on Gnome

Screen Ruler is a full-featured, beautiful and useful screen ruler tool .
If you use the GNOME desktop, and are looking for similar software, then, Screen Ruler is the tool which you are looking.

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Test how many modules are available in Apache2

Sometimes we need to know how many modules are available in Apache2,for example,you want to enable mod_rewrite in Linux server,normally we need to test if the mod_rewrite module has been added first.We can use command:apache2ctl -M to test how many modules are available in Apache2.

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Manipulate data on your CDMA cell phone by BitPim

Are you using CDMA cell phone? Do you want to manage your cell phone data on Linux? BitPim can help you to manage your the data on Linux." BitPim is a program that allows you to view and manipulate data on many CDMA phones from LG, Samsung, Sanyo and other manufacturers. This includes the PhoneBook, Calendar, WallPapers, RingTones (functionality varies by phone) and the Filesystem for most Qualcomm CDMA chipset based phones".BitPim is a cross-platform software under the GNU General Public License , it can run on Linux、Mac OS X & Windows

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