Release Digest: GNOME, October 17, 2004
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Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the Earth!"
A quick follow-up to the still warm 2.8.0: I have fixed a build
bug that might have, under very special circumstances, caused an
incompatible version of dependencies (like glib or gtk) to be
pulled in the build, and a bug in the converter that caused only
one byte of hex to be displayed.
In the meantime, Adam, Takeshi, David, Miloslav and Tino have
updated en_CA, ja, en_GB, cs and nl translations.
At your disposal at
As a start of new libxklavier development series. I announce the
version 1.10 of the X keyboard utility library. This version
contains improved architecture of the configuration process - not
the entire configuration compilation process is performed on the
client side, so X server gets absolutely prepared X configuration -
this allows to eliminate problems where X server and X client have
different configuration bases.
The API and ABI were changed - so users of GNOME 2.8.x are not
supposed to use this version - they are recommended to stick to the
stable series 1.0x of the library. In contrast, anyone using
gnome-control-center and gnome-applets from CVS HEAD (and versions
2.9.x, when they are released) - have to upgrade.
Some minor bugfixes/tweaks were made as well.
this is the announcement of the first public version of
Goobox is a CD player and ripper for the Gnome Desktop
environment, it uses gstreamer to play and rip CDs and cddb-slave2
(distributed with gnome-media) to get and edit CD metadata such as
track titles and album name.
The dependencies are:
cdparanoia: used to play CDs
vorbisenc, flacenc, lame, wavenc: at least one of this to rip
You can download it from here:
(There is no Home Page)
I hope you like it,