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Bubblemon requires any UNIX-like operating system with a working GNOME installation. It is freely (re)distributable under the GNU GPL.
RPM users (Redhat, Mandrake, SuSE and others), please read this before installing your newly downloaded RPM.
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/bubblemon login cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/bubblemon co bubblemonWhen prompted for a password during login, simply press the Enter key.
If you just want to look at the sources, they are available through a web interface as well.
The above instructions have been copied from Savannah, who also provide the CVS server. Savannah rules.
cd /usr/ports/sysutils/bubblemon/ ; make install.
After you have tried it out, if you like it you can subscribe to release announcements or rate it at Freshmeat.
The applet is currently available only in Swedish, English, Polish, German, Finnish, Danish, Serbo-Croatian, Portuguese, Spanish, Romanian, Norwegian, Hungarian, Italian, Icelandic, Korean and French. If you want to see the applet speak your favourite language, here's how. Don't worry if you don't know any programming; you won't have to look at a single line of code to do it. I very much appreciate new translations as well as corrections to old ones.
PLbutton in the main window), press and hold the
Misc optbutton (at the bottom of the playlist window), select
Sort list, release the mouse button, and click on "Randomize list" in the menu.
Any songs you have skipped should now be at the end of the (otherwise) randomized playlist.
foo:~/xmms$ patch -p1 < ../xmms-dtd-2001mmdd.patchThis assumes that you have got the CVS version of XMMS checked out in your home directory. Also, you have downloaded the patch (named
xmms-dtd-2002mmdd.patch) to your home directory.
This intellectual property of mine is protected by the GNU GPL. Enjoy ;-).
Send me a mail
.nospammers from the address)! Or you can
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As noted above, if you like it and would like to see it merged into XMMS proper, please vote for its inclusion.
Pkgusage supports RPMs, and Debian packages. Also, it is written to be easily portable to other package managers as well (contributions welcome ;-). Pkgusage requires a working Tcl installation. It is freely (re)distributable under the GNU GPL.
To give you a some idea about how long a run takes, on my 400MHz Pentium II system with 819 Debian packages, it runs in roughly 20 minutes.
After you try it out you can subscribe to release announcements or rate it at Freshmeat.
Older versions can be downloaded here.
If you tried it out, you can subscribe to release announcements or rate it at Freshmeat.
GMA is written in C++, and requires STL to compile. It is freely redistributable under the GNU GPL.
A word of WARNING: The learning engine may be cool, but the user interface (line oriented (although readline enabled)) sucks!
Click here to download the latest version.
When you've tried it, you could subscribe to release announcements or rate it at Freshmeat.