挂载ISO文件
“cp /dev/cdrom mycd.iso”+“mount -o loop mycd.iso /mnt/cdrom/”
(这个我还没试过,不敢保证好不好用哦)

挂载硬盘给普通用户
(普通挂载不能对硬盘进行写操作,加上“-o uid=用户名”就可以任意读写了,跟本地硬盘效果一样)
sudo mount -t vfat /dev/hda5 /mnt/data -o uid=andyluo
posted @ 2005-11-17 17:40 罗明 阅读(558) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
挂载ISO文件
“cp /dev/cdrom mycd.iso”+“mount -o loop mycd.iso /mnt/cdrom/”
(这个我还没试过,不敢保证好不好用哦)

挂载硬盘给普通用户
(普通挂载不能对硬盘进行写操作,加上“-o uid=用户名”就可以任意读写了,跟本地硬盘效果一样)
sudo mount -t vfat /dev/hda5 /mnt/data -o uid=andyluo
posted @ 2005-11-17 04:05 罗明 阅读(83) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 

SQL错误信息

1、无效的描述符索引

解决办法:数据库表里字段是按什么顺序排的,程序也按什么顺序读。

2、无效的游标状态

可能的解决办法:用ResultSet读数据前要先调用resultSet.next();

posted @ 2005-11-17 03:49 罗明 阅读(100) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
哈尔滨的交通状况比大连好多了,等车也不要等那么久。

还记得在由家路的533车站,等了半个多小时的车,风那个大,kao,冻死我了

感觉哈尔滨比大连热闹,在买东西的时候就会感觉到,尽管外面那么冷。

哈尔滨人就是热情啊!
posted @ 2005-11-14 22:48 罗明 阅读(34) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
这几天比较忙,没时间写Blog咯。希望下周能写几篇Java移动开发的文章。
posted @ 2005-11-09 03:36 罗明 阅读(35) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
My first shell script: run jar files on right click
Yesterday i learned a little about shell script, and have an idea of writing a script for running a Java jar file on right click. It's simple and easy to understand. Hmmm... a good start.
Copy following text into a file named "runJar"(maybe another name you like ^_^), put the file in ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/ directory(~ is your home directory), after that, when you right click ona jar file, you can run it via [scripts -> runJar]. Hope it will be usefull for java guys.
#!/bin/bash
#
# Nautilus script -> execute a jar
#
# Owner : Andy Luo
# andyluo197@hotmail.com
#http://spaces.msn.com/members/andyluo197
#
# Licence : GNU GPL
#
# Copyright (C) Andyluo
#
# Ver. 0.1-1 Date: 10/31/2005
# Execute a jar file.
#
# Ver: 0.1 Date: 10/31/2005
# Initial release
#
# Dependence : JRE
#
for arg
do
$(java -jar "$arg")
done
posted @ 2005-11-02 01:13 罗明 阅读(89) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
My first shell script: run jar files on right click
Yesterday i learned a little about shell script, and have an idea of writing a script for running a Java jar file on right click. It's simple and easy to understand. Hmmm... a good start.
 
Copy following text into a file named "runJar"(maybe another name you like ^_^), put the file in ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/ directory(~ is your home directory), after that, when you right click on a jar file, you can run it via [scripts -> runJar]. Hope it will be usefull for java guys.
 
#!/bin/bash
#
# Nautilus script -> execute a jar
#
# Owner : Andy Luo
#      andyluo197(AT)gmail.com
#      http://www.blogjava.net/andyluo
#
# Licence : GNU GPL
#
# Copyright (C) Andyluo
#
# Ver. 0.1-1 Date: 10/31/2005
# Execute a jar file.
#
# Ver: 0.1  Date: 10/31/2005
# Initial release
#
# Dependence : JRE
#
for arg
do
$(java -jar "$arg")
done
posted @ 2005-11-01 17:19 罗明 阅读(610) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
Linux下使用Shell命令控制任务(Jobs)执行(译文)

e文请参考:http://www.linuxcommand.org/lts0080.php

Linux下使用Shell命令控制任务(Jobs)执行

下列命令可以用来操纵进程任务:
ps 列出系统中正在运行的进程
kill 发送信号给一个或多个进程(经常用来杀死一个进程)
jobs 列出属于当前用户的进程
bg 将进程搬到后台运行(Background)
fg 将进程搬到前台运行(Foreground)

将job转移到后台运行

如果你经常在X图形下工作,你可能有这样的经历:通过终端命令运行一个GUI程序,GUI界面出来了,但是你的终端还停留在原地,你不能在shell中继续执行其他命令了,除非将GUI程序关掉。

为了使程序执行后终端还能继续接受命令,你可以将进程移到后台运行,使用如下命令运行程序: #假设要运行xmms
$xmms &


这样打开xmms后,终端的提示又回来了。现在xmms在后台运行着呢(可以继续工作和听音乐了^_^)

但万一你运行程序时忘记使用“&”了,又不想重新执行(Eclipse启动速度太慢了,我不想重启啊,:))。你可以先使用ctrl+z挂起程序,然后敲入bg命令,这样程序就在后台继续运行了。

察看jobs

使用jobs或ps命令可以察看正在执行的jobs。(the two have a little diff. have a try ^_^)

kill a job

方法一:
通过jobs命令查看job号(假设为num),然后执行kill %num
方法二:
通过ps命令查看job的进程号(PID,假设为pid),然后执行kill pid

kill的其他作用

kill除了可以终止进程,还能给进程发送其它信号,使用kill -l 可以察看kill支持的信号。

SIGTERM是不带参数时kill发送的信号,意思是要进程终止运行,但执行与否还得看进程是否支持。如果进程还没有终止,可以使用kill -SIGKILL pid,这是由内核来终止进程,进程不能监听这个信号。

下期预告:Writing shell scripts(跟我写Shell脚本)

posted @ 2005-11-01 01:59 罗明 阅读(67) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
看e文看的想睡觉,但又不能伏在桌上打个盹,怕影响客户对公司的印象!?
按理说,我都是正常时间休息的,怎么会想睡觉呢。
估计听音乐会好一点!
发现看朋友的Blog也是最幸福的事啊,还能提神,这不,刚看完,我就睡意全无了,继续工作ing。
posted @ 2005-10-31 23:21 罗明 阅读(52) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
今天又吃糖了,喜事多多, hoho
rt~
posted @ 2005-10-31 18:22 罗明 阅读(48) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
Linux下使用Shell命令控制任务(Jobs)执行(译文)

e文请参考:http://www.linuxcommand.org/lts0080.php

Linux下使用Shell命令控制任务(Jobs)执行

下列命令可以用来操纵进程任务:
ps 列出系统中正在运行的进程
kill 发送信号给一个或多个进程(经常用来杀死一个进程)
jobs 列出属于当前用户的进程
bg 将进程搬到后台运行(Background)
fg 将进程搬到前台运行(Foreground)

 

将job转移到后台运行

如果你经常在X图形下工作,你可能有这样的经历:通过终端命令运行一个GUI程序,GUI界面出来了,但是你的终端还停留在原地,你不能在shell中继续执行其他命令了,除非将GUI程序关掉。

为了使程序执行后终端还能继续接受命令,你可以将进程移到后台运行,使用如下命令运行程序:  #假设要运行xmms
$xmms &


这样打开xmms后,终端的提示又回来了。现在xmms在后台运行着呢(可以继续工作和听音乐了^_^)

但万一你运行程序时忘记使用“&”了,又不想重新执行(Eclipse启动速度太慢了,我不想重启啊,:))。你可以先使用ctrl+z挂起程序,然后敲入bg命令,这样程序就在后台继续运行了。

 

察看jobs

使用jobs或ps命令可以察看正在执行的jobs。(the two have a little diff. have a try ^_^)

 

kill a job

方法一:
通过jobs命令查看job号(假设为num),然后执行kill %num
方法二:
通过ps命令查看job的进程号(PID,假设为pid),然后执行kill pid

 

kill的其他作用

kill除了可以终止进程,还能给进程发送其它信号,使用kill -l 可以察看kill支持的信号。

SIGTERM是不带参数时kill发送的信号,意思是要进程终止运行,但执行与否还得看进程是否支持。如果进程还没有终止,可以使用kill -SIGKILL pid,这是由内核来终止进程,进程不能监听这个信号。

 

下期预告:Writing shell scripts(跟我写Shell脚本)

posted @ 2005-10-31 18:04 罗明 阅读(2717) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
自定义列表:名词

名词

posted @ 2005-10-31 14:08 罗明 阅读(79) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
免费索取Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy)光盘

免费索取光盘

Ubuntu 团队免费给你邮寄 Ubuntu 光盘,你可以用来安装或者分享给其他人。 我们会承担这些光盘的货运费用。

The link address is: http://shipit.ubuntulinux.org/

原文见:http://www.ubuntu.org.cn/shipit

posted @ 2005-10-28 19:15 罗明 阅读(63) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
自定义列表:链接

链接

posted @ 2005-10-28 17:47 罗明 阅读(85) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
Ubuntu团队可以免费邮寄Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy)光盘

Ubuntu 团队免费给你邮寄 Ubuntu 光盘,你可以用来安装或者分享给其他人。 他们会承担这些光盘的货运费用。

在此填写你的邮寄地址: http://shipit.ubuntulinux.org/

 

详情见:http://www.ubuntu.org.cn/shipit

posted @ 2005-10-28 11:15 罗明 阅读(1252) | 评论 (2)编辑 收藏
 
香山行 --- 2005年10月14日
(没有照片,所以写些文字留作纪念)
2005年10月14日 星期五 北京香山行
前些日子路过北京,听朋友介绍,去香山玩了一趟。但是没带照相机,除了几叠红叶,没有照片与家人朋友分享了。

8点多到的北京西站,出门坐地铁从环线转到1号线,在古城下车。古城已是北京的边缘地带了。然后坐318路,318路始发站是古城,终点站就是香山。
这样坐了一个多小时车,终于到香山了。尽管在北京郊区的“郊区”,背靠着山,这里还是一派小城镇的气象,什么都有,应该是旅游带动的经济吧。稍稍抬头就可以看见山头上大片大片的红叶,还是第一次看见这种景象呢。(是啊,读大学之后就很少看见山了)。游客也特别多,碰巧还赶上了“红叶节”。
路两旁有卖各式各样小商品的,有栗子、朝鲜糕点、棉花糖,最多还是经过包装的红叶,那种真空压缩的塑料薄膜,里面几片红叶,还有放蝴蝶标本的。我一个人,轻装上阵,倒是清闲。

到了香山前门(买票的地方到了),门票全票10元,学生免半,呵呵,学生证派上用场了。

。。。(登山过程就不说了,没什么特别的,除了看红叶和登山没什么特别的,从上山到下山要4个多小时,所以要安排好时间哦)
如果想享受爬山的乐趣,去香山吧
如果想看看红叶,去香山吧
但香山只有爬山和红叶,真的,怕累就不要去了。

建议从左边开始上(也是我的路线),(左侧有一个湖,在山腰里,特别PP。当时没带照相机,faint)在中途转向“红叶区”,可以看到大片大片的红叶。到红叶区的山头后,可以再绕到香炉峰(另一个山头,香山的主峰),这样上山算是结束了,在香炉峰上可以合影留个纪念。
下山的时候如果感觉累,可以坐缆车下来,30元,路程挺长的,从山顶下到山脚,可以一览群山,心情必定舒畅不少。
如果还有时间和兴致,可以随缆车线往下走,路旁有很多野枣子树(hehe,可不要把树弄伤了哦),能摘到就最好了(我下山时坐的缆车,看到下面的枣子树,红了一片,唉,只能看着别人摘了,口馋ing)。
现在应该是红叶最多最红的时候了。
上次没有看到红色的枫叶,都是那种椭圆的红叶(黄栌),不知道在哪边可以看到红色的枫叶?
btw: 下山后是下午2点,感觉还有时间,就打电话给和佳的老杨,去他们公司look look。有好几个朋友都在那里呢!都是公司的开发骨干啊。我呢,也得剥削一下,顺便蹭了顿饭吃,呵呵,最后还得感谢老杨把我送到火车站。晚上9点多,我又踏上了到大连的火车。
posted @ 2005-10-27 23:58 罗明 阅读(59) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
(Ubuntu)Touring the Universe ( ZZ )

jorgeOct 26, 2005- Show original item

Have you ventured beyond Ubuntu’s default GNOME desktop applications? There’s a wealth of great tools available in the Ubuntu repositories. The Universe is a huge place, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the amount of software available. But don’t worry, because Jorge ‘whiprush’ Castro will pilot our guided tour of universe applications that will make you fall in love with Ubuntu all over again. Whether you’re an experienced user or brand new to Linux, there’s always new hidden gems in Ubuntu waiting to be discovered.

Pre-flight Checklist

Universe is composed of packages from Debian that aren’t fully supported by Ubuntu. But we need not worry - the MOTU team of over 30 developers ensures these packages build and work, and they’re very responsive to bug reports.

Universe requires some manual set up before being used. Luckily for us, our hard working ground crew (aka the Documentation Team) has already outlined the process for us. Once you’ve followed those steps, you’re ready to go.

Blast Off!

The deskbar-applet is a small multipurpose text box which sits in the panel. Typing in the box allows you to quickly search amazon.com, Google, wikipedia, yahoo, ebay, Creative Commons, and even Beagle. It also acts as an application launcher, allowing you to launch applications or open folders right from your panel. Fridge Tip: The default keyboard shortcut to use the applet is Alt-F3.

The Breezy release features two new applications that improve the Ubuntu laptop experience. GNOME Power Manager is an application which monitors and lets you control many power management features on modern laptops.

The NetworkManager tool provides an easy to use applet for controlling wireless interfaces. It features autoscanning, graphical control of which network to join, and Virtual Private Networking support for Cisco VPNs. This allows a user to click on the icon, see which networks are available, and then join one by clicking on the name of the network. It automatically gets an IP address and shows a graphical status icon. It also manages wired connections, so when a user plugs in an ethernet cable, NetworkManager will automatically configure the wired connection.

Both NetworkManager and gnome-power-manager are relatively new, so there are still instances where it might not work for you, but development on both tools is progressing rapidly, so if you have problems with these, make sure you revisit them when Ubuntu 6.04 is released.

Gobby is a small collaborative text editor that updates documents in real time. Think of it as a multi-user gEdit. One user starts a session as a host, creates or opens a document, and then the other users join that session. The bottom of the application has an IRC-like window for chatting, while the user-assigned colors allow the users to see who is making changes to which specific portions of the file.

Brightside is a tool for making “hot corners” on your desktop. You can assign different tasks to each corner; for example, you can configure it so that your screensaver activates when you move the mouse cursor to the bottom left corner. Fridge Tip: You can also make Brightside switch the workspace as you move the mouse to the edge of the screen.

Gajim is a Jabber client with a simple interface. It supports different icon themes and full support for using the user’s GPG key to encrypt instant messaging traffic. A built-in notification dialog the user of incoming instant messages. The included “Human” color theme also looks great on an Ubuntu desktop.

The Mono Galaxy

This part of the universe is well travelled, but we’ll do a quick flyby just in case. Tomboy is a simple applet that allows you to quickly take and organize notes. Tomboy automatically links text in a note to another note’s title as it’s being written, so as the user continues to make notes the application it becomes a self-referencing wiki-like repository of information. Clicking on the icon shows the recent edited notes and a search feature.

f-spot is a photo management application. It includes camera import support and exporting to Flickr, Gallery, or to CD-R/W. The GNOME Journal has a fairly complete introduction to f-spot.

Two newly forming stars, the Banshee music player (with iPod read and write support) and the famous Beagle desktop search are also available, but they’re still being developed, so we’ll have to check up on them next time.

Keep on Truckin’…

Monkey Bubble is a bust-a-move clone that is great for killing a few hours. The goal is to shoot a colored bubble at the stack of other colored bubbles near the top of the screen. When three bubbles of the same color come in contact, they explode. The goal is to clear the screen of bubbles before they fill up your screen. Fridge Tip: It supports up to 4 players with network play on a LAN, so set aside some time with your friends.

Here’s a program that we should have used before we left! Celestia is a space simulator, a “browser” for the solar system. It allows you to seamlessly move between heavenly bodies and explore the real universe in three dimensions.

glabels is a program for making printed labels. It has support for over 100 kinds of labels, just pick a template, insert the text, and print.

Manually trudging through art sites for nifty artwork can be a pain. gnome-art takes the hard work out of the process, by connecting to the art.gnome.org web service and letting you browse and download wallpapers right from the application itself.

Sometimes it’s just plain difficult to explain something to someone over the phone or via chat. Istanbul places a record button in your notification area. Clicking on it makes Istanbul record your desktop session as a video. After you’ve made your video, clicking on it again stops the recording and outputs the file as Ogg video. As you can see from the screenshot, it also supports streaming the video directly to an Icecast server.

The Trip Home

So, not a bad little journey. You’d be surprised what you can find if you go out and look for adventure, and we haven’t even scratched the surface of applications, so make sure you keep checking in so we can keep freewheeling through space. Feel free to contact me if you’ve found hidden nebula of desktop goodness and we’ll bring the ship on by.

posted @ 2005-10-27 20:11 罗明 阅读(111) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
Linux更新时的版本问题
系统更新时“一不小心”装了下一版本的组件,结果他依赖的若干组件也要更新。
因为不能联网,上网更新不太可能,只有等Ubuntu的光盘寄过来了。
本来想先回滚回去,但更新的时候好像影响了很多服务(包括ssh),怕回滚后系统出问题,先还是不动了,就让那个组件处于Broken状态吧,好像也没什么关系。
btw: 今天上午接到一个电话,当时在办公室没接,挂过去后说是邮局,但不知道是谁打过来的,还一个劲的问怎么不接,估计是那边生气了,hehe,待会再打电话过去问问,有可能是Ubuntu的光盘到了,这么快吗?听说好像得1个多月呢!God bless 是Ubuntu的光盘到了^_^
posted @ 2005-10-27 18:35 罗明 阅读(82) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
 
香山行 --- 2005年10月14日
(没有照片,所以写些文字留作纪念)
2005年10月14日 星期五 北京香山行
 
前些日子路过北京,听朋友介绍,去香山玩了一趟。但是没带照相机,除了几叠红叶,没有照片与家人朋友分享了。

8点多到的北京西站,出门坐地铁从环线转到1号线,在古城下车。古城已是北京的边缘地带了。然后坐318路,318路始发站是古城,终点站就是香山。
 
这样坐了一个多小时车,终于到香山了。尽管在北京郊区的“郊区”,背靠着山,这里还是一派小城镇的气象,什么都有,应该是旅游带动的经济吧。稍稍抬头就可以看见山头上大片大片的红叶,还是第一次看见这种景象呢。(是啊,读大学之后就很少看见山了)。游客也特别多,碰巧还赶上了“红叶节”。
 
路两旁有卖各式各样小商品的,有栗子、朝鲜糕点、棉花糖,最多还是经过包装的红叶,那种真空压缩的塑料薄膜,里面几片红叶,还有放蝴蝶标本的。我一个人,轻装上阵,倒是清闲。

到了香山前门(买票的地方到了),门票全票10元,学生免半,呵呵,学生证派上用场了。

。。。(登山过程就不说了,没什么特别的,除了看红叶和登山没什么特别的,从上山到下山要4个多小时,所以要安排好时间哦)
 
如果想享受爬山的乐趣,去香山吧
如果想看看红叶,去香山吧
但香山只有爬山和红叶,真的,怕累就不要去了。

建议从左边开始上(也是我的路线),(左侧有一个湖,在山腰里,特别PP。当时没带照相机,faint)在中途转向“红叶区”,可以看到大片大片的红叶。到红叶区的山头后,可以再绕到香炉峰(另一个山头,香山的主峰),这样上山算是结束了,在香炉峰上可以合影留个纪念。
 
下山的时候如果感觉累,可以坐缆车下来,30元,路程挺长的,从山顶下到山脚,可以一览群山,心情必定舒畅不少。
 
如果还有时间和兴致,可以随缆车线往下走,路旁有很多野枣子树(hehe,可不要把树弄伤了哦),能摘到就最好了(我下山时坐的缆车,看到下面的枣子树,红了一片,唉,只能看着别人摘了,口馋ing)。
 
现在应该是红叶最多最红的时候了。
 
上次没有看到红色的枫叶,都是那种椭圆的红叶(黄栌),不知道在哪边可以看到红色的枫叶?
 
btw: 下山后是下午2点,感觉还有时间,就打电话给和佳的老杨,去他们公司look look。有好几个朋友都在那里呢!都是公司的开发骨干啊。我呢,也得剥削一下,顺便蹭了顿饭吃,呵呵,最后还得感谢老杨把我送到火车站。晚上9点多,我又踏上了到大连的火车。
posted @ 2005-10-27 15:58 罗明 阅读(1311) | 评论 (3)编辑 收藏
 
(Ubuntu)Touring the Universe ( ZZ )

jorgeOct 26, 2005 -  Show original item

Have you ventured beyond Ubuntu’s default GNOME desktop applications? There’s a wealth of great tools available in the Ubuntu repositories. The Universe is a huge place, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the amount of software available. But don’t worry, because Jorge ‘whiprush’ Castro will pilot our guided tour of universe applications that will make you fall in love with Ubuntu all over again. Whether you’re an experienced user or brand new to Linux, there’s always new hidden gems in Ubuntu waiting to be discovered.

Pre-flight Checklist

Universe is composed of packages from Debian that aren’t fully supported by Ubuntu. But we need not worry - the MOTU team of over 30 developers ensures these packages build and work, and they’re very responsive to bug reports.

Universe requires some manual set up before being used. Luckily for us, our hard working ground crew (aka the Documentation Team) has already outlined the process for us. Once you’ve followed those steps, you’re ready to go.

Blast Off!

The deskbar-applet is a small multipurpose text box which sits in the panel. Typing in the box allows you to quickly search amazon.com, Google, wikipedia, yahoo, ebay, Creative Commons, and even Beagle. It also acts as an application launcher, allowing you to launch applications or open folders right from your panel. Fridge Tip: The default keyboard shortcut to use the applet is Alt-F3.

The Breezy release features two new applications that improve the Ubuntu laptop experience. GNOME Power Manager is an application which monitors and lets you control many power management features on modern laptops.

The NetworkManager tool provides an easy to use applet for controlling wireless interfaces. It features autoscanning, graphical control of which network to join, and Virtual Private Networking support for Cisco VPNs. This allows a user to click on the icon, see which networks are available, and then join one by clicking on the name of the network. It automatically gets an IP address and shows a graphical status icon. It also manages wired connections, so when a user plugs in an ethernet cable, NetworkManager will automatically configure the wired connection.

Both NetworkManager and gnome-power-manager are relatively new, so there are still instances where it might not work for you, but development on both tools is progressing rapidly, so if you have problems with these, make sure you revisit them when Ubuntu 6.04 is released.

Gobby is a small collaborative text editor that updates documents in real time. Think of it as a multi-user gEdit. One user starts a session as a host, creates or opens a document, and then the other users join that session. The bottom of the application has an IRC-like window for chatting, while the user-assigned colors allow the users to see who is making changes to which specific portions of the file.

Brightside is a tool for making “hot corners” on your desktop. You can assign different tasks to each corner; for example, you can configure it so that your screensaver activates when you move the mouse cursor to the bottom left corner. Fridge Tip: You can also make Brightside switch the workspace as you move the mouse to the edge of the screen.

Gajim is a Jabber client with a simple interface. It supports different icon themes and full support for using the user’s GPG key to encrypt instant messaging traffic. A built-in notification dialog the user of incoming instant messages. The included “Human” color theme also looks great on an Ubuntu desktop.

The Mono Galaxy

This part of the universe is well travelled, but we’ll do a quick flyby just in case. Tomboy is a simple applet that allows you to quickly take and organize notes. Tomboy automatically links text in a note to another note’s title as it’s being written, so as the user continues to make notes the application it becomes a self-referencing wiki-like repository of information. Clicking on the icon shows the recent edited notes and a search feature.

f-spot is a photo management application. It includes camera import support and exporting to Flickr, Gallery, or to CD-R/W. The GNOME Journal has a fairly complete introduction to f-spot.

Two newly forming stars, the Banshee music player (with iPod read and write support) and the famous Beagle desktop search are also available, but they’re still being developed, so we’ll have to check up on them next time.

Keep on Truckin’…

Monkey Bubble is a bust-a-move clone that is great for killing a few hours. The goal is to shoot a colored bubble at the stack of other colored bubbles near the top of the screen. When three bubbles of the same color come in contact, they explode. The goal is to clear the screen of bubbles before they fill up your screen. Fridge Tip: It supports up to 4 players with network play on a LAN, so set aside some time with your friends.

Here’s a program that we should have used before we left! Celestia is a space simulator, a “browser” for the solar system. It allows you to seamlessly move between heavenly bodies and explore the real universe in three dimensions.

glabels is a program for making printed labels. It has support for over 100 kinds of labels, just pick a template, insert the text, and print.

Manually trudging through art sites for nifty artwork can be a pain. gnome-art takes the hard work out of the process, by connecting to the art.gnome.org web service and letting you browse and download wallpapers right from the application itself.

Sometimes it’s just plain difficult to explain something to someone over the phone or via chat. Istanbul places a record button in your notification area. Clicking on it makes Istanbul record your desktop session as a video. After you’ve made your video, clicking on it again stops the recording and outputs the file as Ogg video. As you can see from the screenshot, it also supports streaming the video directly to an Icecast server.

The Trip Home

So, not a bad little journey. You’d be surprised what you can find if you go out and look for adventure, and we haven’t even scratched the surface of applications, so make sure you keep checking in so we can keep freewheeling through space. Feel free to contact me if you’ve found hidden nebula of desktop goodness and we’ll bring the ship on by.

posted @ 2005-10-27 12:12 罗明 阅读(467) | 评论 (0)编辑 收藏
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