public marks

PUBLIC MARKS from tadeufilippini with tags "packages ubuntu" & ubuntu

2010

Ubuntu -- Details of package stopmotion in karmic

program for creating stop motion animations You can create stop-motion animations with images grabbed from your favourite video device. You just sets stopmotion to use a grabber program which works with your device. It is also possible to do the same with video export; just plug in an encoder capable of doing video export from couple of images. Stopmotion has a set of tools which helps you creating the movements smooth and precise.

2009

Ubuntu -- Details of package glabels-dev in jaunty

Package: glabels-dev (2.2.3-0ubuntu1) [universe] Links for glabels-dev Ubuntu Resources: * Bug Reports * Ubuntu Changelog * Copyright File Download Source Package glabels: * [glabels_2.2.3-0ubuntu1.dsc] * [glabels_2.2.3.orig.tar.gz] * [glabels_2.2.3-0ubuntu1.diff.gz] Maintainer: * Ubuntu MOTU Developers (Mail Archive) Please consider filing a bug or asking a question via Launchpad before contacting the maintainer directly. Original Maintainers (usually from Debian): * Debian GNOME Maintainers (Mail Archive) * Andrew Lau * Debian GNOME Maintainers (Mail Archive) * Josselin Mouette * Loic Minier * Otavio Salvador It should generally not be necessary for users to contact the original maintainer. Similar packages: * glabels * kbarcode * plptools-dev * gnome-user-guide-ar * gnome-user-guide-bg * gnome-user-guide-ca * gnome-user-guide-cs * gnome-user-guide-da * gnome-user-guide-de * gnome-user-guide-en * gnome-user-guide-eo development documentation and library files for gLabels gLabels is a lightweight program for creating labels, business cards and media covers for the GNOME desktop environment. Homepage: http://glabels.sourceforge.net/

Ubuntu -- Details of package glabels-data in jaunty

Package: glabels-data (2.2.3-0ubuntu1) [universe] Links for glabels-data Ubuntu Resources: * Bug Reports * Ubuntu Changelog * Copyright File Download Source Package glabels: * [glabels_2.2.3-0ubuntu1.dsc] * [glabels_2.2.3.orig.tar.gz] * [glabels_2.2.3-0ubuntu1.diff.gz] Maintainer: * Ubuntu MOTU Developers (Mail Archive) Please consider filing a bug or asking a question via Launchpad before contacting the maintainer directly. Original Maintainers (usually from Debian): * Debian GNOME Maintainers (Mail Archive) * Andrew Lau * Debian GNOME Maintainers (Mail Archive) * Josselin Mouette * Loic Minier * Otavio Salvador It should generally not be necessary for users to contact the original maintainer. Similar packages: * glabels * kbarcode * galeon-common * galeon * mrxvt-common * netenv * stardict-common * mrxvt * cdlabelgen * mrxvt-mini * gthumb data files for gLabels gLabels is a lightweight program for creating labels, business cards and media covers for the GNOME desktop environment. This package contains gLabel's default set of label, business card and media cover templates. Homepage: http://glabels.sourceforge.net/

Ubuntu -- Package Search Results -- glabels

Package glabels * jaunty (gnome): label, business card and media cover creation program for GNOME [universe] 2.2.3-0ubuntu1: amd64 i386 Other hits Package glabels-data * jaunty (gnome): data files for gLabels [universe] 2.2.3-0ubuntu1: all Package glabels-dev * jaunty (devel): development documentation and library files for gLabels [universe] 2.2.3-0ubuntu1: amd64 i386

Ubuntu -- Details of package gnome-art in intrepid

Package: gnome-art (0.2-12) [universe] Links for gnome-art Ubuntu Resources: * Bug Reports * Ubuntu Changelog * Copyright File Download Source Package gnome-art: * [gnome-art_0.2-12.dsc] * [gnome-art_0.2.orig.tar.gz] * [gnome-art_0.2-12.diff.gz] Maintainer: * Ubuntu MOTU Developers (Mail Archive) Please consider filing a bug or asking a question via Launchpad before contacting the maintainer directly. Original Maintainers (usually from Debian): * Mohammed Adnène Trojette * Alexis Sukrieh It should generally not be necessary for users to contact the original maintainer. External Resources: * Homepage [www.miketech.net] Similar packages: * gnome-splashscreen-manager * gtk-theme-switch * gnome-extra-icons * gtk2-engines-wonderland * pidgin-themes * nautilus * brdesktop-artwork-gnome * nautilus-dbg * gnome-themes-extras * chalow * libgnome2-vfs-perl install GNOME themes from art.gnome.org GNOME Art is a tool for downloading and installing GNOME themes from http://art.gnome.org/ website. It provides a nice theme list with options to preview, download and install them

Ubuntu -- List of sections in "intrepid"

List of sections in "intrepid" Administration Utilities Utilities to administer system resources, manage user accounts, etc. Base Utilities Basic needed utilities of every Debian system. Communication Programs Software to use your modem in the old fashioned style. debian-installer udeb packages Special packages for building customized debian-installer variants. Do not install them on a normal system! Development Development utilities, compilers, development environments, libraries, etc. Documentation FAQs, HOWTOs and other documents trying to explain everything related to Debian, and software needed to browse documentation (man, info, etc). Editors Software to edit files. Programming environments. Electronics Electronics utilities. Embedded software Software suitable for use in embedded applications. Games Programs to spend a nice time with after all this setting up. GNOME The GNOME desktop environment, a powerful, easy to use set of integrated applications. Graphics Editors, viewers, converters... Everything to become an artist. Ham Radio Software for ham radio. Interpreters All kind of interpreters for interpreted languages. Macro processors. KDE The K Desktop Environment, a powerful, easy to use set of integrated applications. Library development Libraries necessary for developers to write programs that use them. Libraries Libraries to make other programs work. They provide special features to developers. Mail Programs to route, read, and compose E-mail messages. Mathematics Math software. Miscellaneous Miscellaneous utilities that didn't fit well anywhere else. Network Daemons and clients to connect your Debian GNU/Linux system to the world. Newsgroups Software to access Usenet, to set up news servers, etc. Old Libraries Old versions of libraries, kept for backward compatibility with old applications. Other OS's and file systems Software to run programs compiled for other operating system, and to use their filesystems. Perl Everything about Perl, an interpreted scripting language. Python Everything about Python, an interpreted, interactive object oriented language. Science Basic tools for scientific work Shells Command shells. Friendly user interfaces for beginners. Sound Utilities to deal with sound: mixers, players, recorders, CD players, etc. TeX The famous typesetting software and related programs. Text Processing Utilities to format and print text documents. Translations Translation packages and language support meta packages. Utilities Utilities for file/disk manipulation, backup and archive tools, system monitoring, input systems, etc. Virtual packages Virtual packages. Web Software Web servers, browsers, proxies, download tools etc. X Window System software X servers, libraries, fonts, window managers, terminal emulators and many related applications. All packages (compact compressed textlist)

2008

brain teaser game and trainer to have fun and to keep your brain trained

gbrainy is a platform to train memory, arithmetical and logical capabilities with many sorts of different exercises of different difficulty levels. It should have something for all ages and purposes: kids whose parents want them to develop their capabilities, adults that want to keep their mind in form or just try it out for fun, older people that might need to do some memory exercises, etc.

2007

Medibuntu :: Multimedia, Entertainment & Distractions In Ubuntu

by 1 other
Medibuntu (Multimedia, Entertainment & Distractions In Ubuntu) is a repository of packages that cannot be included into the Ubuntu distribution for legal reasons (copyright, license, patent, etc).

APTonCD

by 5 others
Get APT anywhere Have you ever felt that there is no life without APT? Well, if you'd suddenly lost conection to the internet, how would you install new packages? What about dependencies? You've just finished installing Ubuntu and configured it to a rad look, with all your favorite applications? For some reason you now have to re-install it? Feel like you have to download all of your favorite programs again? What? You've already forgotten which packages you had dowloaded before?