Monthly Archives: August 2016

Coming soon on Techtimejourney and an outline of PostX Gnu/Linux 0.4

My workflow with my significant coding projects, which will certainly end up to become part of PostX Gnu/Linux 0.4 is as follows:

Volcontrol(Universal volume control program for Pulseaudio): 8th of August.

Crosslinker FM v.5 (Adding: trashcan, “multiple files delete”, music player integration, notification integration): 10th of August.

After the above two are done I will turn my attention to RunIT browser. As the web browser will provide a nice challenge it will certainly take some time before I can code it to become exactly what I want. After all these three projects are done, I will do some art and theme designs and then start building the PostX 0.4 release beta.

Note. The new Crosslinker code is already done and Volcontrol code is almost done. You still have to wait a bit because I want to make absolutely sure that the quality is as good as I want it to be. After all, I want people to enjoy as bug free life as possible (because programming bugs are not cool).

What will be included in PostX 0.4 Continue reading

Power-Manager 3 (QT4) released and a new Youtube video available

The latest addition to my programming portfolio: Power-Manager 3 is now here. Power-Manager 3 is a re-designed version of the older Power-Manager, which was originally put together with Zenity and Bash.

Power-Manager 3 does the same things as its older ancestor. As always, the screenshot speaks for itself:

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Power-Manager 3 with QT4

You will need python and python-qt4 in order to run this program. Remember to make it executable with chmod +x

Run the program with python

Remember to execute the above commands within a terminal client. You can also make a symbolic link – to achieve an easier startup.(For example, sudo ln -s /usr/local/bin/power)

Download Power-manager from here: Power-Manager v.3.0.1

Old Versions: Power-Manager

Enjoy and while I continue coding you can also go ahead and take a look at my latest Youtube video, which is about apt-get usage on Debian and its deriatives.

Added Note 4th  of August:

The program uses sudo. If you use the traditional root account instead then replace the program code’s  gksudo lines with gksu . Of course, make sure that you actually have gksudo or gksu installed on your system before using the program.