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Aftab Javed posted a topic in Linux/UnixFritzing is an open-source hardware initiative that makes electronics accessible as a creative material for anyone. We offer a software tool, a community website and services in the spirit of Processing and Arduino, fostering a creative ecosystem that allows users to document their prototypes, share them with others, teach electronics in a classroom, and layout and manufacture professional pcbs. New fritzing release 0.9.3b Continuously updated parts library The fritzing parts library is now stored online at github and is automatically checkedfor updates on every launch. This means you will now get new parts (or fixes) in the moment when they are created. No need to wait for the next Fritzing release to get new parts anymore!And we are actually using git itself inside of fritzing to do these updates, so this opens up many other use cases in the future, like for example direct user contributions. Critical bug fix for messed up PCB traces Many of you have been plagued by an annoying bug that occasionally caused PCB traces to get loose and flip around. It proved to be really tricky to track down but it’s finally fixed, sigh.. Plus, the fix will recover any files that have been mangled by this bug. High-DPI display supportFritzing now looks properly on High-DPI (aka Retina) displays on all platforms. It’s not really high-res but scaling nicely according to the higher screen resolution. No more eye squinting with your fancy 4K screen!Easier handling of self-created partsCustom / self-made parts and bins used to be stored in a hidden location on your harddrive, which made it really annoying to edit them with an external tool such as Illustratoror a text editor.They are now conveniently located in your ~/Documents/Fritzing folder for easy access! Load/Save uncompressed fritzing files (.fz)You can now alternatively save your fritzing sketches as an uncompressed set of files (.fzplus additional custom parts etc). This allows for proper versioning with systems like git or svn. For regular use, we still recommend using the standard .fzz format, which by the way is just a zip bundle of these files.Thanks to Sergio Oller (zeehio) for this contribution!File type associations & iconsfzz, fzb, fzp, etc. now also have shiny file icons on Mac OS X (thanks to scribblemaniac)and Ubuntu Linux (thanks to el-j). To get them to actually show up, you will need to wait a little on Mac for them to override the cache, and on Linux you have to run the install-fritzing.sh script.Install Fritzing 0.9.3b1. Download the latest packages, Linux 32-bit or Linux 64-bit, from the official link below: [Hidden Content]. Open terminal from Unity Dash, App Launcher, or via Ctrl+Alt+T keys. When it opens, run below commands one by one: $ cd ~/Downloads $ tar -xvf fritzing-*.tar.bz2 $ sudo mv fritzing-* /usr/share/fritzing $ sudo gedit /usr/share/applications/fritzing.desktop It will launch an empty file, copy and paste the followings into this empty file, as shown in following screenshot. [Desktop Entry] Version=0.9.3b Name=Fritzing GenericName=Fritzing Comment=Electronic Design Automation software Exec=/usr/share/fritzing/Fritzing Icon=/usr/share/fritzing/icons/fritzing_icon.png Terminal=false Type=Application Categories=Development;IDE;Electronics;EDA; X-SuSE-translate=false StartupNotify=true Categories=PCB; MimeType=application/x-fritzing-fz;application/x-fritzing-fzz;application/x-fritzing-fzp;application/x-fritzing-fzpz;application/x-fritzing-fzb;application/x-fritzing-fzbz;application/x-fritzing-fzm; Save the file, and now run following command on terminal to automatically install this desktop file on your ubuntu system.3. Create application shortcuts only Go to Home Folder –> File System –> usr –> share –> applications. Right click your favourite icon, choose Copy To –> Desktop Click select 4. Change picture icon Select Properties Select icon from /usr/share/fritzing/icons/fritzing_icon.png Success install Fritzing 0.9.3b Electronic Circuit Design in Ubuntu.
Wireshark is the world’s most popular network protocol analyzer. It is used for troubleshooting, analysis, development and education. Wireshark 2.4.3 Changelog: The following bugs have been fixed: The IWARP_MPA dissector could crash. The NetBIOS dissector could crash. The CIP Safety dissector could crash. "tshark -G ?" doesn’t provide expected help. File loading is very slow with TRANSUM dissector enabled. packet-knxnetip.c:936: bad bitmask ?. packet-q931.c:1306: bad compare ?. SSL Dissection bug. Wireshark crashes when exporting various files to .csv, txt and other ‘non-capture file’ formats. RLC reassembly doesn’t work for RLC over UDP heuristic dissector. HTTP Object export fails with long extension (possibly query string). 3GPP Civic Address not displayed in Packet Details. Wireshark prefers packet.dll in System32\\Npcap over the one in System32. PEEKREMOTE dissector does not decode 11ac MCS rates properly. Visual Studio Community Edition 2015 lacks tools named in developer guide. TCP: Malformed data with Riverbed Probe option. Wireshark Crash when trying to use Preferences | Advanced. Right click on SMB2 Message ID and then Apply as Column causes Runtime Error. Return [Enter] should apply change (Column title - Button Label toolbars). Wireshark crashes if "rip.display_routing_domain" is set to TRUE in preferences file. Entry point inflatePrime not found for androiddump.exe and randpktdump.exe. BGP: IPv6 NLRI is received with Add-path ID, then Wire shark is not able to decode the packet correctly. Wrong SSL decryption when using EXTENDED MASTER SECRET and Client certificate request (mutual authentication). Frame direction isn’t always set if it comes from the pcapng record header rather than the packet pseudo-header. See release notes for complete changes Installation instructions: We can add this PPA to Ubuntu Operating Systems and install Wireshark with few easy commands.Open terminal and insert command line... $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:wireshark-dev/stable $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install wireshark Optional, to remove wireshark, do: $ sudo apt-get remove wireshark
Audacity is free, open source, cross-platform audio software for multi-track recording and editing.Compilation instructions for Audacity are provided in the source code: Windows: win\compile.txt macOS: mac/Build.txt GNU/Linux: INSTALL. Audacity 2.2.1 Changelog: Updated message translations for nineteen languages Several bugs/annoyances in 2.2.0 are now fixed, most importantly: Chains once again apply properly Auto-scrolling works when adjusting selection boundaries Clicking Audacity file icons no longer creates inactive duplicate program instances on macOs High Sierra Fix Opening a second project from Mac's Finder produces a second inaccessible instance of Audacity Fix Crash applying certain chain files Fix Preview fails when selection extends before zero Fix Auto-scroll stopped working in 2.2.0 Fix Using File > Open to import audio gives wrong zoom level and no scroll bar slider See release notes for complete changes Installation instructions: Run the following commands in Terminal to install Audacity 2.2.1, via PPA, on Ubuntu: $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/audacity $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install audacity Optional, to remove Audacity, do: If you want to uninstall Audacity from Ubuntu Systems, run the following commands in Terminal: $ sudo apt-get remove --autoremove audacity audacity-data
Aftab Javed posted a topic in Linux/UnixVLC Media Player is one of the most prominent and also durable multi format, free of charge media player available VideoLAN and the VLC development team are happy to publish version 2.2.8 of VLC media player today. This release fixes a security issue in the AVI demuxer. Additionally, it includes the following fixes, which are part of 2.2.7: This release fixes compatibility with macOS High Sierra and fixes SSA subtitles rendering on macOS. This release also fixes a few security issues, in the flac and the libavcodec modules (heap write overflow), in the avi module and a few crashes.For macOS users, please note: A bug was fixed in VLC 2.2.7 concerning the update mechanism on macOS. In rare circumstances, an auto-update from older versions of VLC to VLC 2.2.8 might not be possible. Please download the update manually from our website in this case.Installation instructions: Run the following commands in Terminal to install VLC via Flatpak for Ubuntu 16.04 and higher $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alexlarsson/flatpak $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install flatpak $ sudo apt-get update $ flatpak install --from [Hidden Content]