Aug
19

New PBI: MyPaint

The following PBI is now available through Software Manager:

MyPaint: MyPaint is a fast painting/scribbling program. It supports pressure sensitive graphic tablets and comes with an easy to use brush collection. There is a complex interface for creating your own brushes, focusing on brush dynamics (changes with speed, pressure, or randomly). The canvas size is unlimited and undo is supported, but not layers.

Thanks to Ken Moore for creating this PBI and to voyager for requesting it.

Aug
03

New PBI: Xfe

The following PBI is now available through Software Manager:

Xfe: X File Explorer (Xfe) is an MS-Explorer like file manager for X. It is based on the popular, but discontinued, X Win Commander. Xfe aims to be the file manager of choice for Unix addicts.

Thanks to Jesse Smith for creating this PBI and to XENOHEAVEN for requesting it.

Jul
26

New PBI: F-Prot

The following PBI is now available through Software Manager:

F-Prot: F-Prot Antivirus for BSD Workstations utilizes the renowned F-Prot Antivirus scanning engine for primary scan but has in addition to that a system of internal heuristics devised to search for unknown viruses. This version of F-Prot is a command line n-demand scanner. Please note that the license explicitly permits that F-Prot Antivirus for BSD Workstations is free for personal users on personal workstations. For any other use please consult their website for licensing information.

Thanks to Ken Moore for creating this PBI and to Xenoheaven for requesting it.

Jul
21

New PBIs: Yabause, TuxGuitar, Fossil, and BRL-CAD

The following PBIs are now available through Software Manager:

Yabause: Yabause is a Sega Saturn emulator. It currently runs on GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and is being ported to Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. It is also ported to the Sega Dreamcast as a separate project. It is written in C using the SDL and OpenGL libraries with support for cdrom and iso files.

TuxGuitar: TuxGuitar is a multitrack tablature editor and player.

Fossil: Fossil is an easy-to-use Distributed Source Control Management system (DSCM) which supports access and administration over HTTP CGI or via a built-in HTTP server, has a built-in wiki, file browser, ticket system, and more.

BRL-CAD: BRL-CAD is a powerful Combinatorial/Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG) solid modeling system that includes an interactive geometry editor, ray-tracing support for rendering and geometric analysis, network-distributed framebuffer support, image and signal-processing tools, and an embedded scripting language.

Thanks to Jesse Smith and Ken Moore for creating these modules and to kazekage_bsd, wakajawaga, dhylton, and qkiel for requesting them.

Jul
05

New PBIs: OpenSSN, Minetest, and ClamTK

The following PBIs are now available through Software Manager:

OpenSSN: OpenSSN is a modern submarine simulator which focuses on keeping control of the submarine simple, letting the player focus on the tactical situation.

Minetest: Minetest is an Infiniminer/Minecraft inspired game.

ClamTK: ClamTk is a GUI front-end for ClamAV using gtk2-perl. It is designed to be an easy-to-use frontend for Unix systems.

Thanks to Jesse Smith for creating these PBI modules and for creating the OpenSSN application.

Jun
30

New PBIs: SABnzbd+ and Make-a-PBI

The following PBIs are now available through Software Manager:

SABnzbd+: SABnzbd+ is a cross-platform binary newsreader. It makes downloading from Usenet easy by automating the whole thing. You give it an NZB file or an RSS feed, it does the rest. Has a web-browser based UI and an API for 3rd-party apps. Ideal for servers too.

Make-A-PBI: The Make-A-PBI program takes a port from the FreeBSD Ports tree and creates from it a PBI module. This module can then be used to create PBI packages. Make-A-PBI automates most aspects of the module creating process, setting up the required files and directories and collecting information from the port.

Thanks to Jesse Smith for creating these PBI modules (as well as the Make-A-PBI application) and to battlle for suggesting SABnzbd+.

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