Monthly Archives: February 2013

QTGZManager 1.0.1 now at!

Thanks to Robby Workman’s help, QTGZManager is now at



QTGZManager 1.0.1 (Miniluv) is out!


In George Orwell’s 1984 book, there is a building called Ministry of Love – “The place where there is no darkness,” for its interior lights are never turned off. Somewhere inside Miniluv is room 101. If you have never read the book (and you really should cos it’s a timeless masterpiece) you may wonder what is in that room… which, at a certain page, one of the characters called O’Brien answers:

… I told you that you knew the answer already. Everyone knows it. The thing that is in Room 101 is the worst thing in the world.

Thankfully, QTGZManager 101 is not that bad. It’s just a harmless bugfix release completely detached from that anguishing work of fiction 😉


  • Changed default Slackware mirror to – in a patch submitted by Robby Workman. Thanks Robby!
  • Changed the close button of the firefox-like searchbar to the leftmost position.

Go grab it HERE!

QTGZManager 1.0 released!

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil: Today, with the SVN commit number 600, QTGZManager 1.0 was released. Get it here!


  • Fixed application exit while mainwindow was hidden and user was asked if he/she wanted to download new patches;
  • QTGZ can now open all files from installed packages, including those already removed;
  • Added txz2sb (Ctrl+L) support when using QTGZ under Slax;
  • Changed patch’s download directory to /tmp (press Ctrl+Shift+P to go to that path);

I’d like to thank everyone who helped this project so far: you know who you are! I’m in debt with all slackers from LinuxQuestions as well. Not to mention Patrick Volkerding, for being the man who started it all 🙂

THANK YOU! I really hope you all enjoy this application.