Dia Welcome to Dia's new homepage. Dia is a GTK+ based diagram creation program for GNU/Linux, MacOS X, Unix, and Windows, and is released under the GPL license. Dia is roughly inspired by the commercial Windows program 'Visio,' though more geared towards informal diagrams for casual use. It can load and save diagrams to a custom XML format (gzipped by default, to save space), can export diagrams to a number of formats, including EPS, SVG, XFIG, WMF and PNG, and can print diagrams (including ones that span multiple pages). Download Dia and try using it; tell us what you think of it (visit the Contact page), including to report bugs if you find them. CategoryProject Planet Banshee Top things to do after installing Ubuntu Linu See the new version: Ubuntu 10.04 Post-Install Guide: What to do and try after installing Lucid Lynx! So you've just installed Ubuntu 9.10, the cute and cuddly Karmic Koala, but now you're confronted with a most pertinent question, "What do i do now?" Ubuntu is a very complete and full-featured Linux distribution, but no operating system can come with everything you want. There's much more fun to be had in what comes after installing the OS on your machine: now you get to set it up with all the best software it didn't already come with! Basic Stuff Download Mirror & Updates After every major Ubuntu release (beta, release candidate, and especially the final), the official servers will be unbearably sluggish. Optionally, jump to the "Updates" tab. Before you go, head over to the "Statistics" tab and check it if it isn't already. When you click close, you will likely be prompted to reload the list of available software. Click here to install or use the following command: Time Synchronization
Open Source Windows Applications Without question, switching to Linux years ago was one of the more rewarding decisions I've ever made in my professional life. It's important to mention though, that I didn't simply wake up one morning and decide to jump off the Microsoft bandwagon. Instead, I slowly crossed over by trying open source programs on Windows first. In this article, I'm going to share both the programs that helped me make the transition easier, as well as software titles that I think you're missing out on if you haven't tried them already. Recommended Open Source Windows Applications Firefox – Many of you may already being using this obvious choice. LibreOffice – When I first started with OpenOffice, little did I realize that the free office suite would forever change the way I looked at obtaining new software. GIMP – Having used both Photoshop and Gimp, it was Gimp that won me over in the long term. POPFile –I don't believe all Bayesian filtering is created equal.
Launchpad Online Diagramming and Flowcharting Tool GdzieJestBurza.pl - Burza w Polsce! WineHQ - Run Windows applications on Linux, BSD, Solaris and Mac OS X Screenlets I just call them my little ones, but look at the official wording, what is the screenlet: „Screenlets are small owner-drawn applications (written in Python) that can be described as "the virtual representation of things lying/standing around on your desk". Sticknotes, clocks, rulers, ... the possibilities are endless. The goal of the Screenlets base-classes is to simplify the creation of fully themeable mini-apps that each solve basic desktop-work-related needs and generally improve the usability and eye-candy of the modern composited Linux-desktop I could compared with the Android system widgets. 1. Or in terminal: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:screenlets-dev/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install screenlets After installing the Screenlets daemon will be available in the taskbar at the bottom right side as well, and quickly became available in the Settings. I made a recording of the desktop, which landed in a couple of programs: More screenlets avialable here: screenlets.org. Wine basic
Banshee » Searching Banshee supports a very extensive user search language, which is actually a super-set of the Xesam user search language. The search language is very similar to that which is supported by Google and other major search engines and desktop search applications, such as Beagle. Basic Terms At the most basic, a query consists simply of some search terms. Examples It is important to note that white space is significant in a search if it is not enclosed in quotes. Basic Operators Operators can be placed between two terms or can proceed a single term. Other basic operations include OR and NOT. List of logical operators Examples of logical operations Fields To perform more powerful queries and to limit the scope of comparisons, fields can be specified. In addition to logical operations, relations can be created between terms. A relation is only useful when applied to a field. List of fields The following is a list of fields and any aliases that are supported for searching within track metadata. Modifiers
Terminator Ends the Terminal Window Blahs | Reviews By Jack M. GermainLinuxInsider 12/05/13 5:00 AM PT Terminator has its own, innovative approach to providing a user interface. If no other feature appeals to you, the multi-pane display should be priceless. For example, Terminator can divide each terminal window horizontally or vertically. You can open as many panes as you need within the single-window display. ManageEngine OpManager, a powerful NMS for monitoring your network, physical & virtual (VMware/ HyperV) servers, apps & other IT devices. Terminator is not for casual Linux users who rarely stray from the menu-driven applications. Terminator is a powerful and useful terminal emulator built with many features not included in standard terminal applications. One feature that makes Terminator such an exemplary tool is the ability to customize its display. With Terminator, you can process and run commands in various shells such as bash and zsh. More Useful Tools Yet there is so much more to Terminator. Kindred Kinds Using It Menu Options
More Of The Best Linux Screenlets Many users are already familiar with the advantages that Screenlets can offer, so I decided to seek out which ones were essential to the productivity and aesthetics of any desktop. Screenlets are small community created Python applications that can add style and functionality to your Linux desktop. About Screenlets Screenlets are easy to use, easy to create, and there are hundreds available to download. Here is a look at some of the default screenlets that you can try on your desktop. You can install this great application by using the following commands in your terminal. $ sudo apt-get install screenlets ACPIBattery – This will display the status of your battery. Appmenu – A highly customizable applications menu that will sit on your desktop. Brightness – Use this to control the brightness of your monitor. Calc – A simple desktop calculator screenlet. Calendar – Display a calendar on your desktop with this. ClearCalendar – Another calendar screenlet. Notes – A simple desktop notepad.
SMPlayer - nie działa sterownik xv - UBUNTU.PL - Polskie forum u SMPlayer - nie działa sterownik xv przez Frame » 17 maja 2009, o 07:30 Nagle przestał mi SMPlayerz działać sterownik xv [nie ma obrazu, dźwięk został], a x11 sie niestety ciagle zacina.Mam karte GeForce FX 5200, sterowniki NVIDII 173.14.18 [po recznej aktualizacji z .16 dzialal chwile smplayer, moze to cos z xorg'iem?], Ubuntu 9.04. Mam zainstalowane:mplayer mplayer-fonts mplayer-nogui mplayer-pl mplayer-skins / smplayer wersja [najnowsza] 0.6.7.1 Jak przestał działać xv to zniknelo mi czarne tło w smplayerze -> co wychodzi w terminalu jak wlaczam xv: Kod: Zaznacz cały Xorg.conf : # nvidia-xconfig: X configuration file generated by nvidia-xconfig# nvidia-xconfig: version 1.0 (buildmeister@builder63) Mon Mar 2 12:45:55 PST 2009 Section "ServerLayout" Identifier "Default Layout" Screen "Default Screen" 0 0 InputDevice "Keyboard0" "CoreKeyboard" InputDevice "Mouse0" "CorePointer"EndSection Section "Module" Load "glx"EndSection Section "InputDevice" Bardzo prosze o pomoc, pozdrawiam