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1  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: Pardus 2011 is available on: January 21, 2011, 20:50:52 PM
Why is there no polish language??? Strange, because it was in RC Sad
2  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: Clementine as default music player in Pardus 2011 ? on: January 18, 2011, 21:14:01 PM
Yes, indeed. But there are other aspects. Clementine eats less resources, definitely, so in my opinion it's better than Amarok.

But personally I think that Deadbeef should be the default audio player. It's very well integrated with KDE, fast and has a lot of futures.
3  Assistance / Software / Re: Dead Beef Audio player on: January 17, 2011, 09:29:56 AM
And this is for x86_64 systems. I built it and installed, can someone confirm it works?

http://files.myopera.com/elektronicznypank/files/deadbeef-0.4.4-1-p11-x86_64.pisi
4  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Pardus is very slow on: December 21, 2010, 21:40:11 PM
DE = desktop environment Wink
Thanks and I don't expect this to happen as Pardus is supposed to be a KDE distribution.

http://worldforum.pardus-linux.nl/index.php?topic=3471.0

This is hope Wink

And yes, gnome + compiz works well and fast, kwin is much slower.
5  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Pardus is very slow on: December 20, 2010, 21:16:10 PM
DE = desktop environment Wink
6  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Pardus is very slow on: December 19, 2010, 21:43:13 PM
But on this computer even flash should work ok. I think that it could run fast but on Gnome. KDE is a resource eater and it is the fact.
7  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Re: Pardus is very slow on: December 19, 2010, 18:45:13 PM
I really realise what you feel. I think it's rather KDE fault. This desktop environment is the heaviest for computers. Yes, strigi, akonadi, I don't really need it and don't know why it is enabled by default.

Future releases definitely should have an option to choose DE during installation.
8  Assistance / Pardus for beginners / Minimal nightly build on: December 19, 2010, 10:08:27 AM
Hello Wink

In nightly builds there is a minimal iso to download.

What exactly is this project? What are its purposes?

Will there be minimal iso of final release of Pardus?

It's without any desktop environment, right? So I think it's not for beginners.

It would be nice to have in Pardus 2011 final release a possibility to install clean system. Only with essential packages, with desktop environment, without so many programs that I really don't use. At a pinch it could be a question in Kaptan - "What would you like to install?", and for example possibilities to install only a browser that I choose, with one button. Something like that.
9  General / Wish list / Re: DeadBeef audio player on: October 18, 2010, 19:40:58 PM
Thank You very much Smiley
10  General / Wish list / Re: DeadBeef audio player on: October 18, 2010, 15:48:28 PM
Sorry for double post, but new Deadbeef has been released!

http://deadbeef.sourceforge.net/

New futures, translations, fixes:

added translation into many languages, see translators.txt (LXDE Project)
added ability to add custom menu items from plugins (Viktor Semykin)
new shellexec plugin to execute shell commands with deadbeef title formatting (Viktor Semykin)
added "Look up at last.fm" context menu option (Viktor Semykin)
merged in DUMB 0.9.3 (mainly to satisfy debian lawyers)
added samplerate conversion quality option to DUMB plugin
fixed multichannel WavPack support (David Bryant)
decode all valid integer bitdepths and float data from WavPack files (David Bryant)
added MIDI player plugin, using WildMidi
new MusePack plugin using libmpcdec SV8, with support for multi-chapter files
new TTA plugin using TTAv1 library, with 8/16/24bit support and gapless
added support for cover artwork embedded in APEv2 tags (David Bryant)
added GTKUI option to set status icon volume control sensitivity (gordi-o)
added support for custom tray icon and icon themes (gordi-o)
new DTS Coherent Acoustics decoder using libdca from VLC project, plays from .wav, .dts, .cpt files
added display of multichannel info to statusbar
fixed reading of bad (unindented) CUE files
new AAC decoder based on FAAD2 and MP4FF libraries
new MMS plugin based on libmms, requires FFMPEG plugin to decode WMA content
new icon by Sofias sofias@radikalismus.com
new shorten plugin, port of xmms-shn
new aosdk plugin, plays several PSF derivatives (PSF,PSF2,DSF,QSF,SSF,SPU)
"stop after current" feature no longer does auto-reset every time
fixed OSS pause/unpause
fixed seeking via global hotkeys
improved global hotkeys plugin APIs and GUI configuration
added Play/Pause global hotkey
customizable IPC socket directory via DDB_SOCKET_DIR env variable (by request from Pandora port people)
switched to GME 0.5.5 (keeping compatibility with 0.5.2)
added option to hide system tray icon
added new format conversions to title formatting (see built-in docs in the player)
added support for displaying current track using bold font
new playlist can be created by double-clicking or middle-clicking on empty area of tab strip
added switching between playlists using [Alt +] 1-9 keys
added option to hide "remove from disk" menu item
added custom title-formatting for window titlebar and system tray tooltip
added tooltip to volumbar, displaying current level in dB
added option to follow symlinks while adding files, in the Open File dialogs
added option to open/add files in specified named playlist
fixed multichannel support in libsndfile, vorbis, tta, ffmpeg plugins
added scrolling to current playing track using Ctrl+J and through menu
fixed several bugs in mp3 tag parsers
fixed initial track prebuffering timing bug, playback starts faster now
fixed file->open in paused state, not resuming paused file anymore
removed NRG support from cd audio plugin, as it was causing crashes
improved album cover caching/updating/reloading
added custom file filters to cover art plugin
show progress dialog while adding files/folders from commandline
added option to remember current track / position / state on exit, and resume after restart
added scrolling support to playlist tabs
improved Album Artist field support in many file formats
got rid of STL code in AdPlug and libsidplay2 libraries

I hope this program will be always in Pardus main repository.
11  Assistance / News & Announcements / Re: Pardus 2011 Alpha is now available on: August 29, 2010, 15:52:54 PM
If Polish language is selected, it stucks at 50% too.
12  General / Wish list / Re: DeadBeef audio player on: July 08, 2010, 17:07:23 PM
Thank you very much, I think a lot of Pardus users will choose DeaDBeeF for a main audio player Smiley

I wrote a mail to the author of DeaDBeef whether he could post a link to pisi package on the player's homepage.
13  General / Wish list / DeadBeef audio player on: June 27, 2010, 16:27:24 PM
I was looking for a small, responsible player that can read cue sheets and I eventually found this:

DeadBeef audio player

homepage: http://deadbeef.sourceforge.net/about.html

link to source package: http://sourceforge.net/projects/deadbeef/files/deadbeef-0.4.1.tar.bz2/download

According to "about" section, the player's features are:

mp3, ogg vorbis, flac, ape, wv, wav, m4a, mpc, cd audio (and many more)
sid, nsf and lots of other popular chiptune formats
ID3v1, ID3v2.2, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, APEv2, xing/info tags support
character set detection for non-unicode id3 tags - supports cp1251 and iso8859-1
unicode tags are fully supported as well (both utf8 and ucs2)
cuesheet (.cue files) support, with charset detection (utf8/cp1251/iso8859-1)
tracker modules like mod, s3m, it, xm, etc
HVSC song length database support for sid
gtk2 interface with efficient custom widgets
no GNOME or KDE dependencies
minimize to tray, with scrollwheel volume control
drag and drop, both inside of playlist, and from filemanagers and such
control playback from command line
global hotkeys
multiple playlists
album artwork display
18-band graphical equalizer
metadata editor
user-customizable groups in playlists
user-customizable columns with flexible title formatting
radio and podcast support for ogg vorbis, mp3 and aac streams
gapless playback
plugin support; bundled with lots of plugins, such as global hotkeys and last.fm scrobbler; sdk is included
duration calculation is as precise as possible for vbr mp3 files (with and without xing/info tags)
was tested and works on x86, x86_64 and ppc64 architectures. should work on most modern platforms

I checked it and I think it might be the player I have always looked for! NATIVE (!!!) cue support (it's a BIG shame that only a few linux players works with cue, and personally i have a lot of music as one big flac and one cue file), much faster than Amarok (I really don't need many functions that are in Amarok), integrates well with system theme, has NATIVE EQUALIZER, many plugins - such as last.fm scrobbler, well, I really have to test it more.

It's a fresh project, but I think, having considered the aspects above, it deserves a place in every linux distribution repository.
14  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Installing Canon Pixma MP250 on: June 25, 2010, 22:16:12 PM
Well, I think that generally worse problem is that programs' makers only take care of deb and rpm distributions users. It's very likely that some rare programs are packed with dev or rpm system that makes installing a piece of cake, but other users have to compile, combine and it's sometimes, like in this situation, very hard Tongue

I think that developers of Opera web browser chose very good option. They provide files with one running script file and it can work on every linux without any installation. I recommend checking the new snapshot: http://snapshot.opera.com/unix/BzzzzzZZZZzzzzzzzzzzZZZZZZzzzzzzzzz_10.60-6383/ - choose opera-10.60-6383.i386.linux.tar.bz2.
15  Assistance / Hardware / Re: Installing Canon Pixma MP250 on: June 23, 2010, 13:37:18 PM
I think it's shameful that Canon provides drivers without any support. What can a person that isn't a linux geek do with this, I think nothing, They can only try to install everything that is in the driver pack, but I must say I tried to install from sources different programs about 20 times and NONE of these attempts were succesful - I always had some errors. But this is a problem for another topic Tongue

atolboo - this turboprint works! Pity it's not free. But this should be really the example how to make beginners' life easy with linux - simple interface, graphical gui, simply clicking without terminal. And works on every linux, not like deb or rpm. Kudos to turboprint makers.
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