Suggestions for a simple Linux music game for kids?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 31, 2011
My daughter is 3 1/2 and recently had a ball playing Giggles Music at the library. I am wondering if there is a Linux clone of it, or if there's any other game that lets you type keys to play musical instrument sounds.
It would need to be something with a very simple interface. A lot of games these days that are supposedly for young children are very difficult to learn, often because the interface is completely nonstandard and it's hard to discover things or even figure out what the game is about. (Half the games on the library computers, I can't even figure out how to exit, and I've been using computers since *I* was 3.)
We are looking for: type a key, instrument makes noise, joy ensues.
A couple of menus in the beginning (like to choose the instrument) would be fine.
I've tried the various MIDI piano programs but so far they all require a lot of extra setup with jack and/or timidity.
Giggles Music plays an .mp3 of music behind what the user is playing, and there are some fun anim
Simple Linux Wallpapers
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 29, 2013
I hope you like these. Cockpit pic is from Movie Alien (1979)
How Do You Make A Simple Linux Operating System
- date: August 24, 2008
I have been wondering for quite a while how to build a Linux Operating System. Could someone help me. Ive looked all over the internet and could not find anything. Could someone maybe e-mail me some source code to [email protected]
[SOLVED] Simple Linux script to convert datetime format to UTC format
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 9, 2009
Hi, just wondering is there a simple script to convert datetime to UTC format. I have been searching different forums but most answers are for converting UTC to datetime. For example what is a simple command/script to convert todays datetime to UTC format i.e. '2009-10-09 11:47:59'. Hope someone can help!
Compile simple linux to boot into command line
- date: June 22, 2012
I am looking to compile a linux kernel that boots into a command line:
Power on PC
Boot new kernel from USB
load a root shell: [email protected]
Is this possible?
Can I install packages (e.g. python, lxde) from the shell?
How should I build the kernel?
Simple Linux OpenGL game
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 16, 2005
Are there any simple opengl game that runs on linux (Like pong) I can look at? Iam trying to learn opengl but can't find good examples.
Thanks in advance!
How can I setup a simple linux network of 2 computers with ethernet?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 29, 2013
I am new to Linux (I have installed a few systems and I am comfortable with the command line and I do a little C programming also). I thought I would get that out of the way, because I think my question still belongs here in Newbie.
I have very little networking experience and I have never networked 2 computers using linux.
I would like to make a workstation and server, 2 computer setup. The workstation is a laptop and the server is a desktop computer.
The desktop is connected to the Internet and has 2 ethernet controllers. The laptop of course has 1. I would like to make an ethernet connection from the laptop to the server, so I can access resources. The resources on the server will be mainly a large repository of files. Also very important, I would like to run some time of cvs or git on the server.
Linux has lot's of distributions with lot's of options. Where should I start? I will try any distro you guys might suggest, but I am preferring a very lightweight server and work
Need a simple Linux distro for school pc
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 26, 2014
So I've a quite bad school pc that can't handle W7. So I want to install a Linux distro but there's quite many of them. I have tried Ubuntu, Fedora, Crunchbang and Elementary OS: Luna. But none wasan't good for my school pc.
The Linux distro must be a very simple one. All I really need is:Search the web for information / Social sites
Using DropBox / Google Drive
Can handle a word program
Simple Linux driver, unexpected multiple call of copyfromuser
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 13, 2012
Recently I got interested in Linux drivers and how they are developed. I am complete beginner in this area, although I am pretty familiar with C language and programming in general.
I tried to create my first driver - a simple one, should be able to store data from user space in some memory and then should be able to read it in user space.
I did some coding, the device is installed as a module, and is operational(I see my printk() dumps). But I face a strange behavior of my file write function. This is what my function looks like(really simple):
ssize_t memory_write( struct file *filp, char *buf, size_t count, loff_t *f_pos)
static int cnt = 0;
So what it should do: copy the input string "buf", with length count in a memory_buffer.
This is how I call it: echo -n 12345 > /dev/my_dr
simple linux os
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 14, 2009
can anyone tell/direct me a tutorial to make a simple linux os for something like a poket pc or gps....
something simple txt wiew write picure and video/audio.... nothing special....
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