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Announced today the release of GnoMenu2.2, the new version comes with some new features and improvements , but the big improvement is that Gnomenu now takes 60% less Memory. If you diden`t hear before about GnoMenu, it is –
A consolidated menu for gnome that brings eye candy to the world of the Gnome menu’s. Fully functional menu , supports themes , for a composited or non composited desktop. It can emulate the look and feel of the most beautiful menus of most modern desktops, and it can also use custom menus, due to its powerful theme XML engine.
What`s new in GnomeMenu 2.2 :
– New theme lancelot, emulates the look of the kde lancelot menu
– added gmenu side by side with xdg menu
– support for XDG_MENU_PREFIX
– Improved gtk theming
– More translations
– New svg logo by Darkhaseo
– Improved speed
– No more flickering on vista like menus
Installation in Ubuntu9.10 karmic koala and Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx:
First add repository for ubuntu 9.10 karmic koala :
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gnomenu-team/ppa
Now refresh using the command :
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install gnomenu
For other linux distribution, you can download the GnoMenu from the link bellow :
Thunderbird 3.0 Final is available for download, the new version comes with new features and improvments, Thunderbird 3 changes the way you do email with tabbed email, and a new set of search tools helps you find your emails faster.
So, what`s new in Thunderbird3.0 ?
2- User Experience Improvements
3- Performance Improvements
See detailles features in this link
Download Mozilla Thunderbird 3.0 final for Linux :
Acording to google blog :
|Google Chrome for Linux (Beta)
At Google, most engineers use Linux machines, so we certainly heard loud and clear how much they wanted Google Chrome for Linux. Just like Google Chrome or Windows and Mac, we focused on speed, stability and security, but we also wanted a high-performance browser that integrated well with the Linux ecosystem. This includes tight integration with native GTK themes, updates that are managed by the standard system package manager, and many other features that fit in natively with the operating system where possible.
The actuall beta version is available for download from this link
And then open the .deb package
If you shoosed to save the package to the desktop,then use this command to install the package :
sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-beta_current_i386.deb
Extensions also are online now, you can got them from this link :
There is a very simple command that reinstalls all the distribution packages and reconfigures them automatically. This is particularly helpful when you have done a partial upgrade and eventually have broken the system dependencies tree.
sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh -a
since this command would take a lot of time to process (~1 hour) depending on your hardware in case you have a minor dependency problem you can fix it via
sudo apt-get install -f
Thanks to aldeby and unixmen for this command.