The Document Foundation announces the availability of LibreOffice 3.3.3, a new release of the most stable version of the free office suite for personal productivity, targetingcorporate users. LibreOffice 3.3.3 is already available for download at the following
RPM : Click here
DEB : Click here
According to Thorsten Behrens, a developer and member of the TDF Steering Committee, “LibreOffice 3.3.3 fixes several bugs and improves the security of the suite, to specifically address the needs of corporate deployments, where stability is more important than new features.
This branch will be maintained until the end of the year, to allow a smooth and safe transition to LibreOffice 3.4.x.” LibreOffice 3.3.3 is available for Windows, MacOS X and Linux (DEB and RPM), in over 100 different languages (more than twice the language coverage of comparable proprietary products). Users of LibreOffice 3.3.2 are invited to update theirsoftware.
This is the third update to the stable version of LibreOffice.
It contains only safe code fixes and translation updates, and is considered safe for production use.
Please check some changes in this stable release
DraftSight is a free 2D CAD product that lets you create, edit and view your DWG files.
Based on an advanced architecture, DraftSight has a small footprint, should take less than a few minutes to download, and runs on multiple operating systems including Microsoft® Windows XP®, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7 (general release), Mac® and Linux®** (Mac and Linux currently in Beta).
You can download your copy HERE.
Now and then, office-type documents need to be converted. The latex users have always been able to produce a variety of formats from the command line, but for the OpenOffice/LibreOffice users, manual labor has been the solution. That changes with unoconv. Now you can convert to most file formats directly from the command line.
Unoconv is handy for many tasks. I commonly use it to convert all documents in a directory to PDFs, or MS Office compatible formats for clients. The beauty of it is that these previously tedious tasks are now one-liners.
If you’re on ubuntu or derivates (I’m on kubuntu) you can install unoconv from the command prompt:
$ sudo apt-get install unoconv
Having done that, you need to start the server half of unoconv.
$ unoconv --listener
Give this a few seconds to settle. It starts an instance of OpenOffice in the background which it ties into. To use this instance of OpenOffice for format conversion, now try the following:
$ unoconv -f pdf *.odp *.odt
This will convert all text documents and presentations to pdfs. There isn’t much control in the process, but if you want the standard output, it is a great help.
When it comes to exporting to MS Office formats, you have slightly more control. You can, for instance, target the format doc, doc6 and doc95, meaning Word 97/2000/XP, Word 6.0 and Word 95 respectively.
The project is alive, so there is good hope to have the final glitches sorted out. The tool spits out a couple of scary warnings now and then, but the documents seem to turn out well.
The conversion is based entirely on OpenOffice’s conversion, so the quality is what you know from there. Since the conversion is automatic, you might have to limit yourself at times. For instance, I’ve learned that not using the arrow connectors, but instead relying on lines, helps in odp to ppt conversion. Also, the ppts produced are not compatible with the very latest MS Office on Mac – but then you can create PDF’s just as easy.
Metasploit is an application that is used to research the security in your network. The Administrators can test their networks that is made by them. What Their network is found the weakness or not. Many exploit type and payload Who can be used on Metasploit. You are able to use Metasploit on Linux operating system
$ cd / $ sudo su $ chmod +x framework-3.5.2-linux-x86_64.run $ ./framework-3.5.2-linux-x86_64.run $ msfconsole
Once the installation process is complete, enter “hash -r” to reload your path. At this point all of the Metasploit Framework commands should be in the system path (via symlinks in /usr/local/bin), and the framework can be updated by running “msfupdate” as the root user.
The Wine development release 1.3.14 is now available, this development release include Many cleanups to address Valgrind and Clang warnings, Support for creating compressed cabinet files, Translation updates, Various bug fixes.
Open terminal and type the following commands :
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.3