PostX Gnu/Linux 0.4 has arrived as 32-bit and 64-bit releases. If you are using the older PostX 0.3 release I will recommend that you do a fresh install to 0.4. Changes made are quite considerable when it comes to optimizations and general stability. 32 bit image size is about:559 megabytes and 64 bit size is about: 545 megabytes.
This is also a transitional release, which means that in most scenarious the 0.4 release should survive migration to Debian Testing or even to Debian Sid base. PostX 0.4 repository along with sources and few extra programs will be uploaded within a few days. 0.4 repository will replace the older 0.3 repository. Continue reading →
Here are two applications I have recently made. The first one, PostX-Calendar is a QT application, which will certainly be featured in the future PostX Gnu/Linux 0.4 release coming in late 2016. The second one, is a basic time shower: “Current Time”, which does what is says and displays the current time.
Here is my next project ready for users and enthusiastic alike: Runner-Bar.
Runner-Bar is a program designed for quickly launching your favorite programs or files.
The python meta-package along with python-gi should be installed to use Runner-Bar. Depending on your distribution you might also need to install something else. The terminal output usually gives you a pretty good hint what you will need. I would guess that if the python meta-package is not enough in your case then you should (perhaps?) check pygtk related packages. If you need more help then check this post.
*Fast and easy to use program written completely with Python
* Open webpage with system’s default browser: https or http. * Quick words to open certain locations more easily. * Open files or folders with default applications. For example, if I type, /home/tester/music.mp3 then a file called music.mp3 will start playing with my system’s default app (Vlc). * Can open folder locations that are typed to the text field. If I type /usr then a location /usr will get opened with the system’s default application. * Runner-Bar should automatically quit after a command has been typed and enter has been pressed. * Runner-Bar is uncomplicated, meaning it will process whatever you type. However, if you accidentally type something like xlc instead of vlc and execute the command then program just exits and no harm is done.
*Runner-Bar is completely desktop independent: if you like KDE or Gnome you can use those with Runner-Bar – or then you can be like me and use some lightweight alternative instead – and Runner-Bar will not punish you for it.
Runner-bar also has info and close buttons in it and the program respects your GTK+ theme and icons. Continue reading →