LXer: Apple's inserts sharp stick into Google's eye, introduces iOS 6
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 12, 2012
Published at LXer:
New features to embarrass Mountain View 'dairy product' developerIf you're harboring any doubts about bad blood bubbling between Apple and Google, Cupertino's iOS headman Scott Forstall dispelled them on Monday when introducing the next version of Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 6.…
gedit comparing two files similtaneously by eye
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 10, 2009
This seems such an obvious problem that perhaps I've missed something simple. Couldn't find a solution elsewhere on bb.
Suppose I want display and compare two files side by side for differences by eye. This seems only possible by running two versions of gedit at the same time. With only one version I can only see any one file at a time?
Having messed about quite a lot I am unable to get two files on the screen at the same time to compare them.
Of course I can use a different program but that seems to be ducking the issue. Surely there is a better solution.
PS3 EYE Webcam Driver
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 17, 2010
Is there a Playstation 3 EYE webcam driver for ubuntu? I know there is one for win 7 as i used it before, but i wasnt able to find one for Ubuntu.
Plus, if there happens to be one, does it come with some basic tools or are there sum i can download? such as vid effects.
Sound for PlayStation Eye
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 24, 2010
I am using 9.10 and I am plugged in with my PS3's eye. I get perfect video but I can't manage to get sound. under volume control it shows up but when I speak the volume indicator is blank. Anything I need to do?
need an experienced eye
location: linux.com - date: March 2, 2014
I am new to Linux and I need someone who is experienced to look at some simple scripts I've written to launch a program in a terminal. Right now the program must be launched manually in a terminal. I use the program and wanted to be able to simply click on a desktop launcher. But just creating a launcher on the desktop did not work, even when it was set to run in a terminal. Plus I wanted to modify how a report was saved. So I created a couple scripts for myself and then realized there were others (mostly noobs, though the scripts do make using this program a lot easier) who might want this. Now that I have some scripts done up, with readmes, etc., I'd like to get an experienced eye to look things over and tell me where I messed up, or if there are better ways to do this. The scripts are very simple. I have created several versions, for the various DEs/terminal emulators out there (well some anyway). The program's creator wants to make this option available to people using the program,
PS3 Eye camera microphone not working
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 18, 2012
I have a problem. I have a webcem (PS3 Eye) and the video works perfectly. With Skype, and all video applications I've tested.
But the microphone doesn't want to work. I have gone into sound settings, and checked my input devices, but there is nothing there. They input devices is grayed out.
Is there any way to get this up and running?
I'm running Ubuntu 11.04, alongside Windows 7.
Achron rts with eye toward porting to Linux
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 17, 2009
VGCats linked this game (i guess it came out of GDC) and it looks like it could be very interesting...
In the faq they mention porting it to Linux.
Check out these two videos especially the second one...
OS with eye candy
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 12, 2007
im looking for a linux distro that comes with a lot eye candy to make it look awesome. i know i could do it manually with any distro but im lazy (who isnt lol).
is there any linux distro that visually makes your jaw drop out of the box?
Blog About Linux Eye Candy
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 20, 2005
Recently I was asked if I had a blog that covered the many hours I spend playing with Linux's many forms of eye candy. I have always been against blogging because I am not important enough for one (especially with eye candy because I'm not a developer), but after thinking about it I decided that a blog would allow me to give links to the neat stuff I find on the internet related to eye candy and would create another place to discuss whats going on in that scene.
Here is my blog on the subject:
I put it on the docs site for a reason- I want anyone with relevent information, personal accounts, or ideas for future stuff to play with to get on there and add these things to the end of the entry. I hate blog sites where you have to sign up (to a worthless blog site) to make a single comment- many of you already have accounts at the doc site as it is (or you should- its a great resource).
So read if you want, but more importantly add
Cool cat fight from cat's eye point of view
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 2, 2014
Found this sweet youtube video of a cat getting into a fight with a collar cam on.
Pretty neat to see the interaction of two animals from their eyes. Never seen something like this before.