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CDE - The Common Desktop Environment v2.3.2
CDE - The Common Desktop Environment v2.3.2 CDE - The Common Desktop Environment is X Windows desktop environment that was commonly used on commercial UNIX variants such as Sun Solaris, HP-UX and IBM AIX. Developed between 1993 and 1999, it has now been released under an Open Source licence by The Open Group. Supported Platforms so far: Raspbian All Official Ubuntu variants 12.04 - 18.04 Debian 6, 7, 8, 9 Fedora 17 at least Archlinux Red Hat CentOS 7 Slackware 14.0 OpenBSD NetBSD FreeBSD 9.2, 10.x, 11.x openSUSE Tumbleweed (gcc7) openSUSE Leap 4.2 (gcc4) SUSE 12 SP3 (gcc4) Solaris, OpenIndiana Original Reference Platforms In 1999 the reference platforms on which CDE was built were; Supplier | Platform | OS Digital AlphaStation 200 Digital UNIX V4.0 Fujitsu DS/90 7000 UXP/DS V20L10 HP HP9000/7xx HP-UX 10.01 IBM RS/6000 AIX 4.2 Novell Intel 486/Pentium UnixWare 2.02 Sun SPARCstation Solaris 2.4 Visit the Wiki for more info and build instructions. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 219 Nov 24, 2020
The Open Group
Firefox Environment Backup Extension (FEBE)
Firefox Environment Backup Extension (FEBE) FEBE allows you to quickly and easily backup your Firefox extensions. In fact, it goes beyond just backing up -- It will actually rebuild your extensions individually into installable .xpi files. Now you can easily synchronize your office and home browsers. FEBE backs up and restores your extensions, themes, and (optionally) your bookmarks, preferences, cookies. and much more. Backup as little or as much of your Firefox environment as you wish. Perform backups on demand or schedule daily, weekly, or monthly unattended runs. Sequential backups can be stored in timestamped directories so you can restore back as far as you like. You may specify "User-defined" items to have FEBE backup Thunderbird, Greasemonkey scripts, or virtually any data on your computer - Firefox related or not. Version history (FEBE 8.0) November 11, 2016: Version (1,375 kb) Fix for browser history restore. For Firefox v49.0 - v51.0a2
5/5 3,857 Aug 01, 2017
Chuck Baker
Rapid Environment Editor v9.2 build 937
Rapid Environment Editor v9.2 build 937 Rapid Environment Editor (RapidEE) is an environment variables editor. It includes easy to use GUI and replaces small and inconvenient Windows edit box. Features: Editable tree Show environment variables and values as an editable tree. Portable mode RapidEE doesn't require installation and could be run as a "portable application". View details. Error checking Automatically checking for invalid pathnames and filenames Multilanguage interface RapidEE is translated into number of languages (English, Russian, Japanese, French, Polish, German, Italian, Latvian, Slovak, Greek, Spanish, Chinese, Dutch, Swedish, Korean), and the language can be changed on the fly. Variable inspector Inspector shows miscellaneous information about variables: name, type, value, short file name in the 8.3 naming convention for each long file name and vice versa. No typing You don't need to type long pathnames. Just choose path using File Explorer tree Easy values manipulation RapidEE supports drag'n'drop for reordering of variable values Backup Environment variables can be backed up to the registry file (.reg) Skins Skins allow you to change the look and feel of RapidEE Multiuser support If you have an administrative privileges then you can edit environment variables for any user on your computer. Changelog 9.2 build 937 (Jul 3, 2018) added: Lithuanian translation (Zygi Mantus) added: Bulgarian translation (Zhivko Kabaivanov, Dimo Dimo) fixed: Improved High DPI support (thanks to Yaroslav Kihtan for testing) updated: 3rd-party libs
5/5 6,310 Nov 15, 2019
Oleg Danilov
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