I installed the latest version of Smart Package Manager on my home workstation. It is much easier to install now than it was. The instructions on the web site are detailed enough to address any issue in installation. And Smart works just as well as it always has.
I installed Smart so I could pick up an application that has never been a part of openSUSE – Cinelerra, a video editing application. I used Smart to install Cinelerra, and that install went without a hitch. I will be looking at Cinelerra to see if I can create DVDs without resorting to the use of Windows software.
Silly sign of the day:
Free/Open Source Software
- REAL Software Ships REALbasic 2007 Release 1
- Review: openSUSE 10.2 Earns A Seat At The Head Of The Table – Not my opinion, for sure.
- Novell Trumpets Support for Open Source Development
- An analysis of the RIAA’s complaint against Dan Peng ’05
- Studios OK movie downloads technology
- New Microsoft Patents Bring A Sense Of Deja Vu
- 16-year-old Norwegian filesharer charged
- RIAA’s price secrets probed
- Digital sales boost music industry
Stupid Patent Tricks, DRM and Other IP Nonsense
- Cancer cure patented
- Software ain’t patentable, damn it!
- Intertainer sues Apple, Google, Napster over media downloads
- Antitrust troubles in Cupertino? Apple DRM suit explained
- CSR questions Bluetooth patent claim in US
- Miers resigns as White House counsel
- United Airlines takes advantage of helpless elderly couple, extorting nearly $3000
- Concern as spy chief quits to join Rice
- Internet Explorer Unsafe for 284 Days in 2006
- PDF security risk greater than originally thought
- 10 things to know about info security in ’07