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HPLIP gets print and fax queue analyzer

HPLIP gets print and fax queue analyzer

Hewlett-Packard released an update of its Linux Imaging and Printing package with several useful new features and support for newer models of printers.

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DIGImend makes low-budget graphic tablets just work on Linux

DIGImend makes low-budget graphic tablets just work on Linux

There are quite a few graphic tablet vendors living in the shade of Wacom. Their devices never had a great support on Linux, if any. But it's about to change.

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Wacom drivers for Linux updated

Wacom drivers for Linux updated

Folks from linuxwacom project released a new version of the Wacom drivers for X.org.

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Gphoto updated to support few dozens of new cameras

Gphoto updated to support few dozens of new cameras

Due to blackout of gphoto.org the new version of gPhoto, a library for downloading pictures from digital cameras, went completely unnoticed. This is the first new version in almost a year, and it comes with support for nearly 30 new devices.

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Preliminary demo of Wacom settings in GNOME 3.4

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Colord 0.1.16 further improves color management workflows

Colord 0.1.16 further improves color management workflows

Colord, the new color management framework for Linux, is more about evolution lately. However some of the changes have a deep impact on the whole infrastructure. Which is yet again proven by an update released earlier today.

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All of Wacom support infrastructure for Linux gets an update

All of Wacom support infrastructure for Linux gets an update

Developers of Wacom drivers for Linux are really back to releasing new stable versions at an enviable pace. They have just released updates to drivers for Linux kernel and X, as well as a new version of libwacom.

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ColorHug is shipping

ColorHug is shipping

After two months in development the first batch of ColorHugs, open colorimeters by Richard Hughes, are arriving to the first 50 customers.

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First public version of libwacom released

First public version of libwacom released

Back in September during an interview Peter Hutterer mentioned that linuxwacom team was considered a new project — a library that would allow applications to get more information about a tablet and its features. The first version of that library was released last weekend.

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HPLIP gets autodetection of missing plug-ins

HPLIP gets autodetection of missing plug-ins

In the middle of pre-Christmas release rush HP updated its Linux drivers for printers and MFPs.

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