Still I like to make use of my WBT-201 GPS logging device by Wintec. (I might have mentioned this before ;-) ). Wintec does not provide software for Linux and the latest version for Windows is from 2008. However, there still is this nice peace of software by Jonathan Hudson called "GTK G-Rays2". He recently released a 2.x version as source, now supporting GTK3 but doesn't provide packages for Ubuntu anymore. So based on his former 1.x packages I did my worst and built them for Ubuntu 12.04. I also built Debian packages for Debian Squeeze, but of course they are still version 1.x based.
Monday, June 11, 2012
Saturday, June 9, 2012
With Unity becoming Ubuntu's default desktop we had to say goodbye to all those nice applets we got used to (or at least I did) while running Gnome 2.x. I'm especially thinking about sensor-, CPU- and system-monitor-applets. Those applets are not available anymore for Unity. Instead it's making use of indicators. So I just fired up synaptic (still don't like Ubuntu Software Center) and searched for "indicator" - and I pretty much found what I was looking for. :-)