Microsoft recently announced the open-source release of the Git Credential Manager for Mac and Linux. This follows the release of the GCM for Windows. The tool was ported to Mac and Linux to simplify their authentication to remote Git repositories, in particular those hosted in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). The GCM is a Git credential helper that assists with multi-factor authentication. Compared to Git’s built-in credential storage (such as wincred for Windows), which provides single-factor authentication support for remote Git repositories, the GCM provides multi-factor authentication support for VSTS (and soon GitHub).
Kitematic 0.9.2 recently released, is an open source project built to simplify and streamline using Docker on a Mac or Windows (coming soon) PC. Kitematic automates the Docker installation and setup process and provides an intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) for running Docker containers. Kitematic integrates with Docker Machine to provision a VirtualBox VM and install the Docker Engine locally on your machine. Kitematic Features: Kitematic’s one click install gets Docker running on your Mac and lets you control your app containers from a graphical user interface (GUI).
PlayOnLinux 4.2.6 recently released, is a frontend piece of software for Wine, that allows you to easily install and run many Windows applications with relative ease on Linux and Mac OS X. PlayOnLiux is free and does not require a Windows licence for use. PlayOnLinux 4.2.6 changelog Add a function to compute a hash of a POL_Wine_VersionSignature Wine Package Python version string extraction hardening POL_System_PartInfo APPROBATION thru mount filesystems point INSTEAD of device (Btrfs subvolumes compatibility) Modify bash / document_reader to pass extra arguments Unchanged Remove “skipped lines” messages When The debugger gets the focus back POL_Shortcut: do not overwrite $ binary logging to Improve mainwindow: make boxen alert child of the main window So They can not get lost behind –other windows Prevent POL_Download_Resource clobbering $ APP_ANSWER Critical error: wget throwing SSL error when Install Components uses wget Install PlayOnLinux 4.
DigiKam Software Collection 4.8.0 recently released, is an advanced digital photo management application for Linux, Windows, and Mac-OSX, which makes importing and organizing digital photos a snap. This release includes a new sets of bugs fixes from Maik Qualmann who maintain KDE4 version while KF5 port is under progress. digiKam 4.8.0 update Some BQM tools in a workflow don’t restore (all) parameters properly Lens Auto-Correction seems to prefer makernotes over Exif making fixing manual lenses impossible Image Quality Sorter doesn’t apply labels digiKam crash during marking photos in Persons/Tags view Geolocalisation not possible using google maps: “Malformated Url” Digikam won’t start: *** Error in `digikam’: realloc(): invalid pointer: 0x0000000000c14260 *** Tag Manager crashes when adding a new tag Tags from Windows Photo Gallery sometimes ignored digiKam sometimes shows the raw preview, sometimes the JPEG preview, depending on the position of the stars Rotating raw image sometimes results in the preview showing the photo rotated in the opposite direction Use digiKam with your keyboard, delete the wrong photos digiKam crashes when making panorama / boost FindQtSoap.
Following the release of Microsoft browser Spartan, a former CEO / Co-Founder of Opera “Jon von Tetzchner” has just announced the release of a new browser called “Vivaldi“. The new browser, which is available for Windows, Mac and Linux, is still in its early days, but offers a number of features that loyal Opera users may remember. It sports mouse gestures for browsing and the familiar “speed dial” interface that shows your favorite tabs on the new tab page.
Adobe has announced the release of Adobe Flash Player 184.108.40.2066 to address a critical vulnerability (CVE-2015-0311) which exists in Adobe Flash Player 220.127.116.117 and earlier versions for Windows and Macintosh. Successful exploitation could cause a crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system. Its known that this vulnerability is being actively exploited in the wild via drive-by-download attacks against systems running Internet Explorer and Firefox on Windows 8.