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Friday, 26. May 2006 01:34:41, by Choplair.

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We have been told that Kana no quiz has been added to the FreeBSD ports collection! See


Kana no quiz version 1.5 has been released!

This brand new version features several enhancements and feature additions such as Polivanov ciryllization system of kana, settable random answer selection range, new German and Russian translations, better program installation process (including Windows binary installation package), etc.

You can look at this release complete annoucenement, see the whole Changelog and of course grab the new Kana no quiz from its BerliOS download area.

Feedbacks and contributions are still welcome... Have a nice kana practice! :)


Change in the Ubuntu repository hosting XGngeo DEB package (see original announcement).

Now, for Breezy, you have to put the following lines into your sources.list:

deb breezy main dupdate french
deb ubuntu main dupdate french

For Dapper:

deb dapper main dupdate french
deb ubuntu main dupdate french



Before making a new software release announcement soon, we would like to inform you concerning the recent availabily of an Ubuntu (Breezy & Dapper) DEB package for XGngeo, which thus makes easy the installation of our frontend on this distribution. This packages has been realised by Asher256, who should maintain it when next versions appear.

It is simply available by adding the line deb breezy main dupdate french to your /etc/apt/sources.list file, the updating the package list by entering sudo apt-get update, then sudo apt-get install xgngeo to get it installed.

Have a look to the XGngeo addition in Asher256's repository original announcement and, more globaly, the website dedicated to that repository where you'll be able to grab the lastest stable versions of some others interesting softwares.

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