Here is a calculator done with Python and QT5. This calculator will become PostX Gnu/Linux default and replace the current Java based one.
#QCalculator Copyright (c) 2018 JJ Posti <techtimejourney.net>
#QCalculator comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY;
#for details see: http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html.
#This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under
#GPL Version 2, June 1991
Here is a screenshot + Download
QCalculator is lightweight but stylish calculator for basic needs. There is also a built-in error handling, which should remedy common issue situations.
v1: Download QCalculator as a zip.
v2: Download QCalculator as a zip.
v2: Centers text and fixes some really minor issues.
Notes is an application for making quick notes.
Notes is an application written with C++. You can compile this project easily using QtCreator. Dependencies remain minimal and the program is light by desing. Styling is done via QCSS.
Notes_app is done with C++.
Download notes_app_(as a zip)
Notes_app is also available on my Github.
Disclaimer: You use PostX Gnu/Linux at your own responsibility. The author of techtimejourney.net (JJ Posti) or any other party is not responsible if any kind of damage or harm will occur . NO WARRANTY is given and the user therefore agrees to use this software at his/hers own risk.
PostX Gnu/Linux 0.5 RC has been released and is based on Debian Stretch(current stable). In the end I decided to stick with Debian base because transitioning into a new base takes a bit longer than I originally aspired. This image is a release candidate. The final 0.5 image will arrive in a near future. Download PostX Gnu/Linux by clicking this link or any other link found on this page. Continue reading
The time has come to leave Debian as a distribution base. My choice is Fedora for the following reasons:
– RPMs are clean and provide a nice structure.
– Latest tools and versions, which is important when coding.
– Systemd that actually works without any weird issues.
– Good package selection and very good driver support.
– Clear standing on free software, which I find to be very good.
– Dependencies are managed better and more robustly in the RPM world. Continue reading