XFCE pavispanel

This is the port of pavispanel for gnome-panel to XFCE panel. The compiling method is the same as for gnome-panel. Goto the source directory and execute ‘make’ there to compile and ‘make install’ to install. For most Linux systems the packaged binary will be able to run without any trouble the binary is compiled on Lucid(Ubuntu 10.04)

Video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSwr6_gfk9I


PS: If you can make a auto tools source package for this please make one and send to madura.x86@gmail.com or comment here :). It is appreciated if you do so!


File merger/splitter for all platforms

This piece of code only depends on C standard libraries. It’ll merge those movies that have been chopped by some splitter in order to get it to up-loadable size, if you download stuff from file sharing sites you may have encountered such files. And this will also split files. I found some programs/apps that get the job done but they lacked simplicity, so I made this one well it’s kinda simple for a person who knows C’s printf syntax. For others there’s a help included compile it and run it without any arguments or give ‘-help’ as an argument(without ‘) and it’ll display the help for you. It can do both merging and splitting and both is done through buffered file reading. Be warned that it doesn’t show the progress while doing stuff, so you have to wait until the program closes..after doing it’s stuff. It doesn’t take much time I got a 450mb movie (5 parts) in less than a minute.

Link to source

pavispanel released!

pavispanel is an applet for gnome panel that displays a visualization for sound that plays through Pulse Audio(comes default with most Linux distros). This is my first C/C++ GUI program in Linux! yay! And it works.
The tar ball includes the Makefile for the project, use ‘make’ to compile the project and ‘make install’ to install the Applet. There is a binary that I’ve compiled as a last resort for those who don’t like to go through the hassle to download the dependencies, I compiled it on Ubuntu 9.10 so it’ll work on most Ubuntu systems without a compile, but I can’t guarantee. It ran on a Fedora system too.
Try it and post comments,


Everybody loves videos,

How to install

1. Extract the tar.gz file
2. Get in to the pavispanel directory(in a terminal) type ‘make install’ to install the binary file supplied or type ‘make’ and then ‘make install’ to compile and install(make sure you have the dependencies, take a look at the Makefile to figure out what are the dependencies)
3. Right click on the panel and select add to panel then add “Pulse Audio Visualization Panel Applet”..too long isn’t it!
4. It should be working now! play some MUSIC! and of cause you have to have Pulse Audio(which is the default in most Linux distros)