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Artwork & Screenshots / Re: January 2013 Screenshots
« on: January 14, 2013, 06:00:17 AM »
Very nice Jedi!

3872
VSIDO News & Announcements / VSIDO IRC Channel
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:58:46 AM »
You can find VastOne or VSIDO logged in on the VSIDO channel at #vsido on OFTC or #vsido on freenode

If you try to reach me and do not get a response, try using VastOne in a message and a pop up will let me know you are there.

Thanks

3873
VSIDO News & Announcements / What is VSIDO? Why Should I care?
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:56:10 AM »
VSIDO is a front line Debian Sid installation built with the goal of providing both basic and advanced users the toolset needed to be productive, protected yet flexible enough to enjoy

VSIDO is built on Debian's latest to date kernel that you can download here

Running on FluxBox as the Windows Manager, any user will find just what they need to be productive out of the box

For advanced users, tools like bleachbit, Disk-Manager, kernel-remover, Debian apt protection tools, build essentials and a selection of Debian power tools are standard features

For the beginner, everything for connection, multimedia, music, aliases, system panels, tint2 launcher panels and ease of use is standard

VSIDO also comes with a vsido-welcome script that will install additional layers of applications for the developer and web developer, office applications, printer setup tools and image editing tools

All of this running under 125 MB on boot in either environment.  The following images are from new installs on the first boot:

x64 Boot less than 125 MB Proof



x32 Boot less than 100 MB Proof



Installation less than 3:30 proof



Here is a listing of some of the features

Debian Sid with Experimental and siduction sources pinned for specific applications

Latest git version of GMusicBrowser and several layouts

Tint2 as the default panel(s)

Latest Tint2 with patched files that allow for additional features not included in any other version

FluxBox configured with all tools available from the menu or from Tint2 menu

smxi scripts These include the smxi, sgfxi, svmi, rbxi, and inxi scripts and have been developed for years, installed and ready to run

SpaceFM as the default file manager. Thunar 1.6 with tabs can be installed from the vsido-welcome script

Medit as the default editor

SMPlayer for all media play

Pithos for Pandora music

filezilla

WICD or ceni for all networking setup and configurations

Xchat for IRC

lm_sensors Run

Code: [Select]
sudo sensors-detect
and you are all set

hddtemp already setup and configured

Bootup Manager, hTop, screenfetch, bleachbit, Task Manager, synaptic, gparted and disk-manager for system tools

This is a complete list of all apps installed

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Name
acl
acpi
acpi-fakekey
acpi-support
acpi-support-base
acpid
adduser
adwaita-icon-theme
alsa-utils
amd64-microcode
anacron
antiword
apt
apt-listchanges
apt-utils
aptitude
aptitude-common
arandr
arj
aspell
aspell-en
at
at-spi2-core
audacity
audacity-data
autoconf
automake
autopoint
autotools-dev
avahi-autoipd
avahi-daemon
b43-fwcutter
base-files
base-passwd
bash
bash-completion
bc
bind9-host
binutils
bleachbit
bluetooth
bluez
bsd-mailx
bsdmainutils
bsdutils
build-essential
bum
busybox
bzip2
ca-certificates
ceni
cgmanager
cmake
cmake-data
colord
colord-data
compton
conky-all
console-common
console-data
console-setup
console-setup-linux
consolekit
coreutils
cpio
cpp
cpp-4.8
cpp-4.9
crda
cron
cryptsetup-bin
curl
d-feet
dash
db5.1-util
dbus
dbus-x11
dc
dconf-gsettings-backend:i386
dconf-service
deb-multimedia-keyring
debconf
debconf-i18n
debfoster
debhelper
debian-archive-keyring
debian-faq
debianutils
desktop-base
desktop-file-utils
dh-python
dialog
dictionaries-common
diffutils
discover
discover-data
disk-manager
dmeventd
dmidecode
dmsetup
dmz-cursor-theme
dnsutils
doc-debian
docbook-xml
dosfstools
dpkg
dpkg-dev
dpkg-repack
e2fslibs:i386
e2fsprogs
eject
emacsen-common
enchant
ethtool
exim4
exim4-base
exim4-config
exim4-daemon-light
exo-utils
extlinux
fakeroot
feh
ffmpeg
file
filezilla
filezilla-common
findutils
firmware-atheros
firmware-b43-installer
firmware-b43legacy-installer
firmware-brcm80211
firmware-ipw2x00
firmware-iwlwifi
firmware-linux
firmware-linux-free
firmware-linux-nonfree
firmware-ralink
firmware-realtek
fluxbox
fontconfig
fontconfig-config
fonts-dejavu-core
fonts-liberation
fsarchiver
fslint
ftp
fuse
g++
g++-4.9
gamin
gawk
gcc
gcc-4.7-base:i386
gcc-4.8
gcc-4.8-base:i386
gcc-4.9
gcc-4.9-base:i386
gconf-service
gconf2
gconf2-common
gcr
gdisk
genisoimage
geoip-database
gettext
gettext-base
giblib1:i386
gir1.2-atk-1.0
gir1.2-freedesktop:i386
gir1.2-gdkpixbuf-2.0
gir1.2-glib-2.0:i386
gir1.2-gst-plugins-base-1.0
gir1.2-gstreamer-1.0
gir1.2-gtk-3.0:i386
gir1.2-pango-1.0:i386
gksu
glib-networking:i386
glib-networking-common
glib-networking-services
gnome-accessibility-themes
gnome-icon-theme
gnome-icon-theme-symbolic
gnome-keyring
gnome-themes-standard:i386
gnome-themes-standard-data
gnupg
gnupg-agent
gnupg2
gparted
gpgv
grep
groff-base
grsync
grub-common
grub-pc
grub-pc-bin
grub2
grub2-common
gsettings-desktop-schemas
gstreamer1.0-libav:i386
gstreamer1.0-plugins-bad:i386
gstreamer1.0-plugins-base:i386
gstreamer1.0-plugins-good:i386
gstreamer1.0-plugins-ugly:i386
gstreamer1.0-pulseaudio:i386
gstreamer1.0-x:i386
gtk2-engines:i386
gtk2-engines-pixbuf:i386
gzip
hardinfo
hddtemp
hdparm
hicolor-icon-theme
host
hostname
htop
hunspell-en-us
hwdata
i965-va-driver:i386
iamerican
ibritish
iceweasel
ienglish-common
ifupdown
info
init
init-system-helpers
initramfs-tools
initscripts
insserv
install-info
installation-report
intel-microcode
intltool-debian
iproute
iproute2
iptables
iputils-ping
irqbalance
isc-dhcp-client
isc-dhcp-common
iso-codes
isolinux
ispell
iucode-tool
iw
kbd
keyboard-configuration
klibc-utils
kmod
krb5-locales
lame
laptop-detect
less
liba52-0.7.4
libaa1:i386
libaacplus2:i386
libaacs0:i386
libacl1:i386
libalgorithm-c3-perl
libalgorithm-diff-perl
libalgorithm-diff-xs-perl
libalgorithm-merge-perl
libao-common
libao4
libapt-inst1.5:i386
libapt-pkg4.12:i386
libarchive13:i386
libasan0:i386
libasan1:i386
libasound2:i386
libasound2-data
libasound2-plugins:i386
libaspell15:i386
libasprintf-dev:i386
libasprintf0c2:i386
libass5:i386
libassuan0:i386
libasyncns0:i386
libatasmart4:i386
libatk-bridge2.0-0:i386
libatk1.0-0:i386
libatk1.0-data
libatkmm-1.6-1:i386
libatomic1:i386
libatspi2.0-0:i386
libattr1:i386
libaudclient2
libaudio-scrobbler-perl
libaudio2:i386
libaudit-common
libaudit1:i386
libauthen-sasl-perl
libav-tools
libavahi-client3:i386
libavahi-common-data:i386
libavahi-common3:i386
libavahi-core7:i386
libavc1394-0:i386
libavcodec56:i386
libavdevice56:i386
libavfilter5:i386
libavformat56:i386
libavresample2:i386
libavutil54:i386
libbind9-90
libblas-common
libblas3
libblkid1:i386
libbluray1:i386
libboost-iostreams1.49.0
libboost-iostreams1.53.0
libboost-iostreams1.54.0:i386
libboost-iostreams1.55.0:i386
libbs2b0
libbsd0:i386
libburn4
libbz2-1.0:i386
libc-bin
libc-dev-bin
libc6:i386
libc6-dev:i386
libc6-i686:i386
libcaca0:i386
libcairo-gobject2:i386
libcairo-perl
libcairo-script-interpreter2:i386
libcairo2:i386
libcairomm-1.0-1
libcanberra-gtk3-0:i386
libcanberra-gtk3-module:i386
libcanberra0:i386
libcap-ng0:i386
libcap2:i386
libcap2-bin
libcdio-cdda1
libcdio-paranoia1
libcdio13
libcdparanoia0:i386
libcgi-fast-perl
libcgi-pm-perl
libcgmanager0:i386
libchromaprint0:i386
libcilkrts5:i386
libck-connector0:i386
libclass-accessor-perl
libclass-c3-perl
libclass-c3-xs-perl
libclass-isa-perl
libcloog-isl4:i386
libcolord2:i386
libcolorhug2:i386
libcomerr2:i386
libconfig-inifiles-perl
libconfig9:i386
libconsole
libcpan-meta-perl
libcroco3:i386
libcryptsetup4:i386
libcrystalhd3:i386
libcups2:i386
libcurl3:i386
libcurl3-gnutls:i386
libcurses-perl
libcurses-ui-perl
libcwidget3:i386
libdaemon0:i386
libdata-optlist-perl
libdata-section-perl
libdatrie1:i386
libdb5.3:i386
libdbus-1-3:i386
libdbus-glib-1-2:i386
libdc1394-22:i386
libdca0:i386
libdconf1:i386
libdebconfclient0:i386
libdevmapper-event1.02.1:i386
libdevmapper1.02.1:i386
libdigest-hmac-perl
libdirac-decoder0:i386
libdirac-encoder0:i386
libdirectfb-1.2-9:i386
libdiscover2
libdns-export100
libdns100
libdpkg-perl
libdrm-intel1:i386
libdrm-nouveau2:i386
libdrm-radeon1:i386
libdrm2:i386
libdv4:i386
libdvdnav4:i386
libdvdread4:i386
libedit2:i386
libee0
libegl1-mesa:i386
libelf1:i386
libenca0:i386
libenchant1c2a:i386
libencode-locale-perl
libepoxy0
libept1.4.12:i386
libestr0
libevdev2:i386
libevent-2.0-5:i386
libexif12:i386
libexo-1-0:i386
libexo-common
libexo-helpers
libexpat1:i386
libexpect-perl
libextutils-depends-perl
libextutils-pkgconfig-perl
libfaac0:i386
libfaad2:i386
libfakeroot:i386
libfcgi-perl
libfdk-aac0:i386
libffi6:i386
libfftw3-double3:i386
libfftw3-single3:i386
libfile-basedir-perl
libfile-copy-recursive-perl
libfile-desktopentry-perl
libfile-fcntllock-perl
libfile-listing-perl
libfile-mimeinfo-perl
libflac++6:i386
libflac8:i386
libflite1:i386
libfluidsynth1:i386
libfont-afm-perl
libfontconfig1:i386
libfontenc1:i386
libfreetype6:i386
libfribidi0:i386
libfuse2:i386
libgamin0
libgarcon-1-0
libgarcon-common
libgbm1:i386
libgc1c2:i386
libgcc-4.8-dev:i386
libgcc-4.9-dev:i386
libgcc1:i386
libgck-1-0:i386
libgconf-2-4:i386
libgconfmm-2.6-1c2
libgcr-3-common
libgcr-base-3-1:i386
libgcr-ui-3-1:i386
libgcrypt11:i386
libgcrypt20:i386
libgd3:i386
libgdbm3:i386
libgdk-pixbuf2.0-0:i386
libgdk-pixbuf2.0-common
libgeoip1:i386
libgettextpo-dev:i386
libgettextpo0:i386
libgfortran3:i386
libgif4:i386
libgirepository-1.0-1:i386
libgksu2-0
libgl1-mesa-dri:i386
libgl1-mesa-glx:i386
libglade2-0:i386
libglademm-2.4-1c2a
libglapi-mesa:i386
libglew1.10:i386
libglib-object-introspection-perl
libglib-perl
libglib2.0-0:i386
libglib2.0-data
libglibmm-2.4-1c2a:i386
libglu1-mesa:i386
libgme0
libgmp10:i386
libgnome-keyring-common
libgnome-keyring0:i386
libgnutls-deb0-28:i386
libgnutls-openssl27:i386
libgnutls26:i386
libgnutls28:i386
libgomp1:i386
libgpg-error0:i386
libgpgme11:i386
libgphoto2-6:i386
libgphoto2-l10n
libgphoto2-port10:i386
libgpm2:i386
libgraphite2-3:i386
libgsm1:i386
libgssapi-krb5-2:i386
libgstreamer-perl
libgstreamer-plugins-bad1.0-0:i386
libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-0:i386
libgstreamer-plugins-base1.0-0:i386
libgstreamer0.10-0:i386
libgstreamer1.0-0:i386
libgtk-3-0:i386
libgtk-3-bin
libgtk-3-common
libgtk2-perl
libgtk2.0-0:i386
libgtk2.0-bin
libgtk2.0-common
libgtkglext1
libgtkmm-2.4-1c2a:i386
libgtkmm-3.0-1:i386
libgtop2-7
libgtop2-common
libgudev-1.0-0:i386
libgusb2:i386
libharfbuzz0b:i386
libhogweed2:i386
libhtml-form-perl
libhtml-format-perl
libhtml-parser-perl
libhtml-tagset-perl
libhtml-tree-perl
libhttp-cookies-perl
libhttp-daemon-perl
libhttp-date-perl
libhttp-message-perl
libhttp-negotiate-perl
libhunspell-1.3-0:i386
libice6:i386
libicu52:i386
libid3tag0
libidn11:i386
libiec61883-0:i386
libieee1284-3:i386
libilmbase6:i386
libimlib2
libintl-perl
libio-html-perl
libio-pty-perl
libio-socket-inet6-perl
libio-socket-ip-perl
libio-socket-ssl-perl
libio-string-perl
libio-stty-perl
libirs-export91
libisc-export95
libisc95
libisccc90
libisccfg-export90
libisccfg90
libisl10:i386
libisoburn1
libisofs6
libitm1:i386
libiw30:i386
libjack-jackd2-0:i386
libjasper1:i386
libjbig0:i386
libjpeg-progs
libjpeg62-turbo:i386
libjpeg9:i386
libjson-c2:i386
libjson-glib-1.0-0:i386
libjson-glib-1.0-common
libjte1
libk5crypto3:i386
libkate1
libkeyutils1:i386
libklibc
libkmod2:i386
libkrb5-3:i386
libkrb5support0:i386
libksba8:i386
liblapack3
liblcms2-2:i386
libldap-2.4-2:i386
liblightdm-gobject-1-0
liblircclient0
liblist-moreutils-perl
libllvm3.5:i386
liblocale-gettext-perl
liblockfile-bin
liblockfile1:i386
liblogging-stdlog0:i386
liblognorm0
liblognorm1:i386
libltdl7:i386
liblua5.1-0:i386
liblvm2app2.2:i386
liblvm2cmd2.02:i386
liblwp-mediatypes-perl
liblwp-protocol-https-perl
liblwres90
liblzma-dev:i386
liblzma5:i386
liblzo2-2:i386
libmad0:i386
libmagic1:i386
libmail-sendmail-perl
libmailtools-perl
libmhash2:i386
libmimic0
libmjpegutils-2.1-0:i386
libmms0:i386
libmng1:i386
libmnl0:i386
libmodplug1
libmodule-build-perl
libmodule-signature-perl
libmount1:i386
libmp3lame0:i386
libmpc3:i386
libmpdec2:i386
libmpeg2-4:i386
libmpeg2encpp-2.1-0:i386
libmpfr4:i386
libmpg123-0:i386
libmplex2-2.1-0:i386
libmro-compat-perl
libmtdev1:i386
libncurses5:i386
libncursesw5:i386
libnet-dbus-perl
libnet-http-perl
libnet-smtp-ssl-perl
libnet-ssleay-perl
libnetfilter-acct1:i386
libnettle4:i386
libnewt0.52:i386
libnfnetlink0:i386
libnih-dbus1
libnih1
libnl-3-200:i386
libnl-genl-3-200:i386
libnl1:i386
libnotify-bin
libnotify4:i386
libnss-mdns:i386
libnuma1:i386
libofa0
libogg0:i386
libopenal-data
libopenal1:i386
libopencore-amrnb0:i386
libopencore-amrwb0:i386
libopencv-calib3d2.4:i386
libopencv-contrib2.4:i386
libopencv-core2.4:i386
libopencv-features2d2.4:i386
libopencv-flann2.4:i386
libopencv-highgui2.4:i386
libopencv-imgproc2.4:i386
libopencv-legacy2.4:i386
libopencv-ml2.4:i386
libopencv-objdetect2.4:i386
libopencv-video2.4:i386
libopenexr6:i386
libopenjpeg5:i386
libopts25:i386
libopus0:i386
liborc-0.4-0:i386
libp11-kit0:i386
libpackage-constants-perl
libpam-cap:i386
libpam-ck-connector:i386
libpam-gnome-keyring
libpam-modules:i386
libpam-modules-bin
libpam-runtime
libpam-systemd:i386
libpam0g:i386
libpango-1.0-0:i386
libpango-perl
libpango1.0-0:i386
libpangocairo-1.0-0:i386
libpangoft2-1.0-0:i386
libpangomm-1.4-1:i386
libpangox-1.0-0:i386
libpangoxft-1.0-0:i386
libparams-util-perl
libparse-debianchangelog-perl
libparted-fs-resize0:i386
libparted2:i386
libpci3:i386
libpciaccess0:i386
libpcre3:i386
libpcsclite1:i386
libperl4-corelibs-perl
libperl5.20
libpipeline1:i386
libpixman-1-0:i386
libpng12-0:i386
libpod-readme-perl
libpolkit-agent-1-0:i386
libpolkit-backend-1-0:i386
libpolkit-gobject-1-0:i386
libpopt0:i386
libportaudio2:i386
libportsmf0:i386
libpostproc53:i386
libprocps0:i386
libprocps3:i386
libproxy1:i386
libpsl0:i386
libpth20:i386
libpulse-mainloop-glib0:i386
libpulse0:i386
libpulsedsp:i386
libpython-stdlib:i386
libpython2.7:i386
libpython2.7-minimal:i386
libpython2.7-stdlib:i386
libpython3-stdlib:i386
libpython3.4-minimal:i386
libpython3.4-stdlib:i386
libqt4-dbus:i386
libqt4-network:i386
libqt4-script:i386
libqt4-xml:i386
libqtcore4:i386
libqtdbus4:i386
libqtglib-2.0-0:i386
libqtgstreamer-1.0-0:i386
libqtgui4:i386
libquadmath0:i386
librarian0
libraw1394-11:i386
libreadline5:i386
libreadline6:i386
libregexp-common-perl
librest-0.7-0:i386
librsvg2-2:i386
librsvg2-common:i386
librtmp1:i386
libsamplerate0:i386
libsane:i386
libsane-common
libsane-extras:i386
libsane-extras-common
libsasl2-2:i386
libsasl2-modules:i386
libsasl2-modules-db:i386
libsbc1:i386
libsbsms10:i386
libschroedinger-1.0-0:i386
libsdl1.2debian:i386
libselinux1:i386
libsemanage-common
libsemanage1:i386
libsensors4:i386
libsepol1:i386
libsexy2
libsgutils2-2
libshout3:i386
libsidplay1
libsigc++-2.0-0c2a:i386
libsigsegv2:i386
libslang2:i386
libsm6:i386
libsmartcols1:i386
libsndfile1:i386
libsocket6-perl
libsoftware-license-perl
libsoundtouch0:i386
libsoup-gnome2.4-1:i386
libsoup2.4-1:i386
libsoxr0:i386
libspandsp2:i386
libspeex1:i386
libspeexdsp1:i386
libsqlite3-0:i386
libsrtp0
libss2:i386
libssh2-1:i386
libssl1.0.0:i386
libstartup-notification0:i386
libstdc++-4.9-dev:i386
libstdc++6:i386
libsub-exporter-perl
libsub-install-perl
libsub-name-perl
libswitch-perl
libswresample1:i386
libswscale3:i386
libsys-hostname-long-perl
libsysfs2:i386
libsystemd0:i386
libtag1-vanilla:i386
libtag1c2a:i386
libtalloc2:i386
libtasn1-3:i386
libtasn1-6:i386
libtbb2
libtcl8.6:i386
libtdb1:i386
libterm-readkey-perl
libtext-charwidth-perl
libtext-iconv-perl
libtext-template-perl
libtext-unidecode-perl
libtext-wrapi18n-perl
libthai-data
libthai0:i386
libtheora0:i386
libtie-ixhash-perl
libtiff5:i386
libtimedate-perl
libtinfo5:i386
libtinyxml2.6.2:i386
libtokyocabinet9:i386
libtwolame0
libtxc-dxtn-s2tc0:i386
libubsan0:i386
libudev0:i386
libudev1:i386
libudisks2-0:i386
libunistring0:i386
liburi-perl
libusb-0.1-4:i386
libusb-1.0-0:i386
libustr-1.0-1:i386
libutempter0
libutvideo15.0.1:i386
libuuid-perl
libuuid1:i386
libv4l-0:i386
libv4lconvert0:i386
libva1:i386
libvamp-hostsdk3:i386
libvdpau1:i386
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3874
How To's / How To - GMusicBrowser and Custom Layouts
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:54:23 AM »
As most of you no doubt know, I am a fan of GMusicBrowser, which is a powerful music application written in Perl by Quentin Sculo and has been around the Linux community for 6 years. Most have also seen my How To - Conky/Lua, Music and Cover Art - 2 Methods for 18 Apps and know of my passion for music apps and displaying the info on the desktop.

GMusicBrowser has allowed me to stop using Conky for information displaying on the Desktop because it allows for custom code known as layouts to be written and used by the user.  This may sound daunting, just keep in mind the first time you ever saw a Conky script.  Have no fear, included within this will be a collection of layouts from several different authors for several different looks.

This How To will detail installing GMB, installing the git version of GMB so that you can stay up to date with new releases and how to setup and run these layouts.  This will not go into much detail on how to create layouts, although that can certainly be discussed.

The GMB Forums are also full of help and information on customizing layouts and the GMB Freenode IRC at #gmusicbrowser is very active with the developer squentin always available to help.
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Step One Install GMusicBrowser from terminal.

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sudo apt-get install gmusicbrowser
This should install everything needed to run GMusicBrowser. 

Go ahead and start it and play a song from terminal with

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gmusicbrowser
If there are issues terminal will tell you the problem, report those back here.

Step Two Download and setup the Layouts collection

VastOne Layouts and Collections

Get this file and extract it's contents to

/home/your user name/.config/gmusicbrowser/

Verify that there is now a layouts folder that has 107 items in it.

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/home/your user name/.config/gmusicbrowser/layouts
Also download this plugin file for fetching song covers form any menu and save it in /home/your user name/gmusicbrowser/plugins/ directory. This little plugin will come in handy later.

Step Three Install git the git version of GMusicBrowser from terminal.

Install git first

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sudo apt-get install git
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git clone http://github.com/squentin/gmusicbrowser.git
This will create a /home/your user name/gmusicbrowser folder with the latest version of gmusicbrowser and you would run GMB from there with

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./gmusicbrowser.pl
or

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/home/your user name/gmusicbrowser/gmusicbrowser.pl
You are now set to run GMusicBroswer from that directory and you should setup any menus or launch files to run it from there.

For updates, I would make it a once a week practice to do this in terminal

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cd gmusicbrowser

git pull

Step Four Starting GMB, Enabling the Plug Ins and Choosing the different layouts.

There are several different types of layouts.  One is for the overall application which you can find in Main / Settings / Layout Tab



This one is called VastOne GLC II found in the gmb-art section of the dropdown menu.



There are 40 different layouts within Main / Settings / Layout Tab.  I would try them all until you find what you want to use.

You also see in that first image within the Main / Settings / Layout Tab several other types of layout controls including the tray tip window layout.  I use the VastOne Thin Layout Black which is an option from the dropdown menu next to the tray tip window layout. This is what it looks like



The next type is a widget type layout and this is what drew me to GMB and to stop using Conky for desktop CoverArt and Song Information.  You find these in Main / Settings / Plugins Tab seen here.  Make sure you everything that is selected on the left in this image the same on your setup.



Now click on Desktop widgets on the left and on the right menu you will then have options.  In the dropdown menu between Layout: and +Add you will find several layouts you can use and experiment with on the desktop.  This one is nowplaying_screenlet2 VastOne Now, you select it and then click Add from this menu. Below that,  it will now show you options below where you can change the Text color, the font used and font size and where to position your widget on the desktop and the size you want it to be.  This is what mine looks like:

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One is a closeup and the second is the same layout.  When you hover the mouse over the widget, then the menu control items show up which is in the image on the right.

That is all for now on this How To.  Please do not hesitate to ask anything, and If I cannot answer it, I will track down the answer.

3875
How To's / How To prepare an ISO to USB - Linux & Windows Instructions
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:53:30 AM »
Linux

WARNING, the following instructions will destroy any existing data on your USB stick.

Determine what device your USB is.  With your USB plugged in run:

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sudo ls -l /dev/disk/by-id/*usb*

This should produce output along the lines of:

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lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root  9 2010-03-15 22:54 /dev/disk/by-id/usb-_USB_DISK_2.0_077508380189-0:0 -> ../../sdb
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 10 2010-03-15 22:54 /dev/disk/by-id/usb-_USB_DISK_2.0_077508380189-0:0-part1 -> ../../sdb1

In this example output, the USB device is sdb

Now cd to where your *.iso is

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cd ~/downloads

Example
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sudo dd if=filename.iso of=/dev/usbdevice bs=4M; sync

lets say the iso is named vsido_v1-2.iso and your USB device is sdb

Example
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sudo dd if=vsido_v1-2.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=4M; sync
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Windows

WARNING, the following instructions will destroy any existing data on your USB stick.

1. Download win32imagewriter from here

2. Extract the ZIP archive to the directory of your choice, preferably the directory the VSIDO ISO is stored.

3. Run the Win32ImageWriter program, and click the folder icon in the Image File section.

4. In the window to “Select a disk image,” navigate to the directory the ISO is in, and type “*.iso” without the quotes. The image should appear. Click the Save button.

5. Select your USB device from the list under “Device”.

6. Click the “Write” button to write the image to the USB drive, and proceed to the following instructions concerning the installer.

3876
How To's / How To - NIC Bonding
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:52:19 AM »
How To - NIC Bonding

For anyone with dual NIC cards and the need to bond.

You will need to first install ifenslave-2.6

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sudo apt-get install ifenslave-2.6
Next using your favorite editor, edit /etc/network/interfaces

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sudo medit /-etc/network/interfaces
Now comment out what is already there for safe keeping and add the following

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# This file describes the network interfaces available on your system
# and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5).

# The loopback network interface
auto lo
iface lo inet loopback

# The primary network interface
allow-hotplug eth0
allow-hotplug eth1
allow-hotplug bond0

auto bond0
 
iface bond0 inet static
        address 192.168.40.133
        netmask 255.255.255.0
        network 192.168.40.0
        broadcast 192.168.40.255
        gateway 192.168.40.10
        # dns-* options are implemented by the resolvconf package, if installed
        # dns-nameservers 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4
        # dns-nameservers 208.67.222.222 208.67.220.220
        # dns-search example.com
 
        up /sbin/ifenslave bond0 eth0 eth1
        down /sbin/ifenslave -d bond0 eth0 eth1

You will need to change this to match your network

Specifically these lines

 
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        address 192.168.40.133
        netmask 255.255.255.0
        network 192.168.40.0
        broadcast 192.168.40.255
        gateway 192.168.40.10

Note - If you have different cards than eth0 and eth1, they will need to change also

These lines

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        # dns-nameservers 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4
        # dns-nameservers 208.67.222.222 208.67.220.220

are commented out here, but I have the second enabled in mine..  They are google and opendns servers. 

Others may have resolv.conf handling this .. I left this commented out so that you can decide

Save the file

Now use your favorite editor and create the following file

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sudo medit /-etc/modprobe.d/bonding.conf
add these lines

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alias netdev-bond0 bonding
 options bonding mode=0 miimon=100
save the file

Now you can restart the network and you should see your bond

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sudo /-etc/init.d/networking restart
I have disabled network-manager and wicd on my systems..  and use this for my network setup

3877
How To's / Grub2 Methodology
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:51:26 AM »
This is a simple explanation of how I use Grub2 so that I do not need to edit anything every time I do a new install or distro test.

This comes in handy when you are testing multiple distros or have multiple partitions for install testing.

VSIDO comes installed with Grub2 ... The real 'new grub2' has many new features, you can read about them in those release notes.

Unless this is a first time install of grub2 on a new disk or drive, all of us usually have a 'go to' distro partition.  Mine is on /dev/sda3 and from that login of VSIDO is where I manage Grub from.

The first step is easy, from your favorite go to login simply install grub2 to the MBR this way

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sudo grub-install /dev/sdaThis locks in grub2 from this login/device/distro as the Master Grub Keeper

Now update grub by running

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sudo update-grub
NOTE - If you want grub2 to load every distro you have you must have each device mounted in order for grub2 to see them during this phase.  VSIDO comes with disk-manager, simply run it to mount everything in fstab.

NOTE - If this is your first install of any Linux / Distro /Grub2 then allow the install to install grbu2 to the MBR

Now lets say you decide you want to test another distro or install VSIDO to another partition for testing.

Do your normal installation, but DO NOT allow that installation to install grub to the MBR. Make it install it to it's own dev.  If you were installing onto /dev/sda2 for example, during the grub install you tell it to keep the grub install on it's own device (/dev/sda2).

Now that the install is done, you can now finish the grub setup this way.

Login into your Master Grub Keeper / favorite distro where you installed grub 2 to the MBR.  The UUID of the new install has changed and your login here will not recognize it.  Fix it all like this:

run disk-manager again so that it loads the new partition into fstab and mounts it

from terminal run

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sudo update-grub
logout / reboot and in your Grub Menu your new distro install is there to choose and run.

I realize this takes an extra step and 5 more minutes on an installation, but for me having one Master Grub Keeper is easy and simple to manage. This is more about Methodology than a How To.  Let me know if you have questions.

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This How To will cover two methods of using Conky, one of 18 current Linux Music apps and Cover Art from local sources.

First and foremost, this work is based off of the development of 2 sources.  Kaivalagi Python Scripts and a  wlourf LUA sphere script that started on the Ubuntu Threads. All I did was take the genesis of these and expand upon them to create several more current applications.

EDIT - ImageMagick must be installed for the convert process in the LUA scripts.  ImageMagick is a very powerful lightweight and low resources set of imaging tools. 

To install ImageMagick:

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sudo apt-get install imagemagick
I will go over every step of the process in getting both methods working and how to use this How To.  At a minimum you should have a better understanding of several tools that you can use in Conky when done.

As I said, there are 18 music apps to work with.  Here is the list:

MPD - and any frontend client (ario, sonata, gmpc etc etc)
Gmusicbrowser
Clementine
Amarok2
Xnoise
Gogglesmm
Audacious
Decibel Audio Player
Exaile
Qmmp
Pogo
Deadbeef
Quod Libet
VLC
Rhythmbox
MoC (MoCP)
Banshee
Guayadeque

Here are screenshots of the end results :

First is conkyMpd.py script running mpd:



And the wlourf LUA Sphere running mpd:



Now this is how to get there

NOTE - mpDris is only needed if you are using mpd or plan on using mpd as your music source.

You will need to install mpDris, a very cool python script that puts an mpd  dbus/mpris instance on your system.  mpDris can be installed in debian/ubuntu with.

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sudo apt-get install mpdris
or it can be compiled with sources from here (if you are willing). Beyond the scope of this HowTo, contact me if you need help.

For MPD, mpDris will need to be started with the location of your music files. MPD must also be running for this to initiate.

I run it from a script,  but you can run it from terminal or alt+f2 like this:

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python /usr/bin/mpDris --path=/media/storage/Music/mp3new &
or depending on how it was installed:

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python /usr/local/bin/mpDris --path=/media/storage/Music/mp3new &
NOTE - You MUST change the --path=/to/your/music/location

NOTE - If you run mpdRis from a script, it must be used like this from within autostart.sh or your bash script.

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(python /usr/bin/mpDris --path=/media/storage/Music/mp3new) &
or depending on how it was installed:

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(python /usr/local/bin/mpDris --path=/media/storage/Music/mp3new) &
        Next, 
download musictools.tar.gz. These are the files for everything needed to use in this How To.  Extract it to the same directory structure it is compressed in where / is your /home/user directory.  Each of the python and bash scripts should be made executable. They were all executables when I archived them, they should extract as executable. 

Check at least one python or bash script to make sure the executable flag is set after you extract them, it should be automatic.  If one is set they will all be set.
 
Once that is done we can now begin.  I am going to explain the Python method first.  I will be using MPD as the player for this discussion.

NOTE - In most players you MUST turn dbus/mpris on.  You can contact me if you are having trouble getting mpris/dbus enabled in any one of these apps.

VLC - To turn VLC Dbus on go to:

Tools -> Preferences -> Show all -> Interface -> Control Interface and Enable DBus

GmusicBrowser - To turn GMB mpris on go to:

Main -> Settings -> Plugins -> tick the MPRIS v1 check box and restart GMB

The Python Method

There are 3 components to running the Python Method
  • .conkympdrc   (this rc is included for 18 of the 18 players)
  • conkyMpd.py   The python that does the work
  • conkyMpd.template  The template used for displaying the python work

.conkympdrc

Set this file for your own conky display needs.  What you see in this file is what is necessary for the correct display on my system.

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# .conkyrc - Edited from various examples across the 'net
 # Used by VastOne on #! Debian Wheezy

 # Font Settings ##############################################################
 # Use Xft (anti-aliased font and stuff)
use_xft yes
xftfont Liberation Sans:size=15
 # Alpha of Xft font. Must be a value at or between 1 and 0 ###
xftalpha 0.9
 # Force UTF8? requires XFT ###
override_utf8_locale yes

draw_shades no
draw_outline no
uppercase no
 ######################## End Font Settings ###################################

 # Begin Window Settings ######################################################
alignment top_right
own_window yes
own_window_type desktop
own_window_transparent yes
own_window_class Conky
own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager

 # ARGB can be used for real transparency
 # NOTE that a composite manager is required for real transparency.
 # This option will not work as desired (in most cases) in conjunction with
 # 'own_window_type override'
own_window_argb_visual yes
 # When ARGB visuals are enabled, this use this to modify the alpha value
 # Valid range is 0-255, where 0 is 0% opacity, and 255 is 100% opacity.
#own_window_argb_value 0

minimum_size 335 5    ## width, height
maximum_width 335    ## width - usually a good idea to equal minimum width.

gap_x 5    ## left &right
gap_y 30    ## up & down
 ####################### End Window Settings ##################################

 # Border Settings ############################################################
border_outer_margin 40
border_inner_margin 0

draw_borders no
border_width 1
stippled_borders 10
 ####################### End Border Settings ##################################

 # Color Settings #############################################################
default_shade_color grey
default_outline_color black

 # Main Color Settings ########################################################
default_color white
color1 B9CDD4
color2 white
color3 white
color4 BAF58B


 # Use the Xdbe extension? (eliminates flicker)
 # It is highly recommended to use own window with this
 # one so double buffer won't be so big
double_buffer yes

 # Adds spaces around certain objects to stop them
 # from moving other things around.
 # only works with mono fonts
use_spacer right
 # Arguments are left, right, and none (default)

 # Size of the standard text buffer (default is 256 bytes).
 # Will allow for more text display per variable.
text_buffer_size 2048

 # Sets bars size even for bars that do not hace that function
 # IE: execbar and execibar
default_bar_size 235 9

 # 0 makes Conky run forever
total_run_times 0
update_interval 1
cpu_avg_samples 1
net_avg_samples 1
no_buffers yes

 # Defaults to 4MiB
 # Set to 0 to disable the image cache
 # Increase this value if you use $image lots
imlib_cache_size 0

TEXT

${if_running mpd}
${execp ~/conkyMpd.py --template=~/conkyMpd.template}
$endif

# delete this and add 19 blank lines














As you can see, all this does is invoke the conkyMpd.py to use the conkyMpd.template

conkyMpd.template

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${color #7CB2E5}[--datatype=TI --maxlength=32]
${color #7CB2E5}[--datatype=AR --maxlength=32]
${color #7CB2E5}[--datatype=AL --maxlength=30]
${color #7CB2E5}[--datatype=PT]  -  ${color #7CB2E5}[--datatype=LE]
${#FFFFFF}${execibar 1 ~/conkyMpd.py --datatype=PP}
${color #7CB2E5}MPD      ${voffset 2}${#FFFFFF}[--datatype=ST] ${color #7CB2E5}    Volume ${#FFFFFF}[--datatype=VO] ${color 7CB2E5}
${image [--datatype=CA] -p 0,175 -s 335x335}${image ~/images/mpd.png -p 41,143 -s 30x30}
        NOTES:
        • The conkyMpd.template is the place to change colors, position and sizes of everything that is displayed.
        • Use the .conkympdrc to change the over all position of the displayed output; top, bottom, left, right or middle.
        • This MPD is good for any front end client you want to use.

        I start this conky this way:

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conky -c .conkympdrc &
That is pretty much all there is for the Python method.  All you have to do is choose the .conkyxxxrc, python and template of the player you use and you are set.  All of these files are included in the download musictools.tar.gz

The LUA Sphere Method

(which uses the same python files and in this example using the conkyMpd.py)

This method is a bit more detailed.

It uses the following files -  Note - this example is for MPD.

.conkysphererc
conkyMpd.py
launcher.sh  (required to use)
getcover_sphere.sh
player.lua


.conkysphererc
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# -- Conky settings -- #
background no
update_interval 1
 
cpu_avg_samples 2
net_avg_samples 2

override_utf8_locale yes

double_buffer yes
no_buffers yes

text_buffer_size 2048
imlib_cache_size 0

# -- Window specifications -- #

draw_borders no
own_window_argb_visual yes
own_window_type normal
own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager
own_window yes
own_window_transparent yes
own_window_class conky-semi

border_inner_margin 0
border_outer_margin 0

minimum_size 400 400
 
alignment tr
gap_x 5
gap_y 60

# -- Graphics settings -- #
draw_shades no
draw_outline no
draw_borders no
draw_graph_borders no

# -- Text settings -- #
use_xft yes
xftfont Santana:size=8
xftalpha 0.8
 
uppercase no 

default_color FFFFFF

# -- Lua load -- #
lua_load ~/conky/conky-music/player.lua
lua_draw_hook_pre main

#at least one line (empty or not) after TEXT
#

TEXT

#this line for displaying cover
#set-up in getcover_sphere.sh
${execi 3 ~/conky/conky-music/cover/getcover_sphere.sh}${image ~/conky/conky-music/cover/cover_sphere.png -p 150,150}

#this line for xnoise only - If you use xnoise, uncomment the next line
#${execi 1 ~/bin/getcdxnoise.sh}

#this line for xnoise only - If you use xnoise, uncomment the next line
#${execi 1 ~/bin/getcdexaile.sh}

#this line for gogglesmm only - If you use gogglesmm, uncomment the next line
#${execi 1 ~/bin/getcdgmm.sh}

#this line for audacious only - If you use audacious, uncomment the next line
#${execi 1 ~/bin/getcdaud.sh}

#this line for mocp only - If you use mocp, uncomment the next line
#${execi 1 ~/bin/getcdmocp.sh}


NOTE  - There must be a blank line at the end of .conkysphererc.

As you see in this rc, there are several choices to make based on the music player you use. If you use exaile, xnoise, audacious, gogglesmm, deadbeef or mocp just uncomment the appropriate line so the covers can be pulled.  All of these scripts would have been extracted to your ~/bin directory.

Edit  - Thanks to some help from xaos52, the method of calling the covers has changed if you are running one of the following:

 Deadbeef
 Audacious
 Exaile
 Goggles Music Manager
 Moc / MocP
 Xnoise


NOTE  - lsof will need to be installed for these scripts to run properly:
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sudo apt-get install lsof
lsof is an incredibly powerful tool for system information.  Here it locates the directory of the song  playing on MPD and uses 'find' to copy it to /tmp/covers

For the lsof method of finding the directory, it is assumed that your file structure has /Music somewhere in the path.

In other words; make sure /Music is in your path.

getcdxnoise.sh
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#!/bin/bash
CURRENT_DIRECTORY_LOCATION="${HOME}/tmp/current-music-directory"
CURRENT_DIRECTORY="$(cat ${CURRENT_DIRECTORY_LOCATION})"
DIRECTORY=$(lsof -F n -c xnoise | grep /Mus | tail -c +2 | sed 's%/[^/]*$%%')
[ "$DIRECTORY" != "$CURRENT_DIRECTORY" ] && {
    find "$DIRECTORY" -iname "*.jpg" -exec cp {} /tmp/covers \; -quit
    echo "$DIRECTORY" >${CURRENT_DIRECTORY_LOCATION}
}

In this line, a combination of lsof and grep is used to find where the file is playing in all of the get cover art bash scripts like in db-cover.sh
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lsof -F n -c deadbeef | grep /Mus | tail -c +2 | sed 's%/[^/]*$%%'Notice that grep is looking or a /Mus as the key variable.

If your music is in a different directory, db-cover.sh would need to be edited to find the unique flag to search for.

To find out where your directory is run this while playing your music app
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lsof -F n -c deadbeef
obviously changing to what ever music app you are using.

Please feel free to contact me for help on how to do this.

With this update to the bash scripts they now only copy the cover file one time. Thanks xaos52!!!

NOTE - You must run this one time from terminal for the bash scripts to work properly:

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touch $HOME/tmp/current-music-directory
Now on to the working components of this Lua layout.  I have already completely setup up both of these files (and vetted all 18 players) so you will only have to select your player.

getcover_sphere.sh

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#!/bin/bash
# by larryni
# get Amarok cover art of current track and transform into an album stack
# copypasta from http://www.imagemagick.org/Usage/mapping/#spherical
# thanks to eightmillion for rewriting the original script
# http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=8117609&postcount=9846
# modded by wlourf for use with others players
# modded by VastOne for use with others players

##choose your player here
#player="amarok"
#player="guayadeque"
#player="xnoise"
#player="exaile"
#player="quodlibet"
#player="gogglesmm"
#player="gmusicbrowser"
#player="audacious"
#player="clementine"
#player="decibel"
#player="qmmp"
#player="pogo"
#player="deadbeef"
#player="banshee"
#player="rhythmbox"
#player="vlc"
player="mpd"
#player="mocp"

# Temp directory must be full path.
tempdir="$HOME/conky/conky-music/cover/"
tempfile="${tempdir}nowplaying"

[ -d "$tempdir" ] || mkdir -p "$tempdir"  #test if $tempdir exists, if not create it.
[ -e "$tempfile" ] || touch "$tempfile"

case $player in
    "amarok")
        cover="$(dcop amarok player coverImage)";;
    "guayadeque")
        cover="$(~/conkyGuayadeque.py --datatype=CA)";;
    "xnoise")
        cover=/tmp/covers;;
    "exaile")
        cover=/tmp/covers;;
    "quodlibet")
        cover=/tmp/current.cover;;
    "pogo")
        cover=~/.config/pogo/current-cover.png;;
    "decibel")
        cover=~/.config/decibel-audio-player/current-cover.png;;
    "deadbeef")
        cover=/tmp/covers;;
    "mpd")
        cover=/tmp/covers;;
    "mocp")
        cover=/tmp/covers;;
    "audacious")
        cover=/tmp/covers;;
    "gogglesmm")
        cover=/tmp/covers;;
    "gmusicbrowser")
        cover="$(~/conkyGmusicbrowser.py --datatype=CA)";;
    "banshee")
        cover="$(~/conkyBanshee.py --datatype=CA)";;       
    "qmmp")
        cover="$(~/conkyQmmp.py --datatype=CA)";;       
    "clementine")
        cover="$(~/conkyClementine.py --datatype=CA)";;
    "vlc") 
        cover="$(~/conkyVlc.py --datatype=CA)";;
    "rhythmbox")
            cover="$(~/conkyRhythmbox.py --datatype=CA)"
        #remove \ characters from conkyRhythmbox output
            cover=${cover//\\/};;
    *) echo "wrong player selected";;
esac

   
if [ "$cover" == "" ] && [ -f "${tempdir}cover_sphere.png" ] ; then
    rm "${tempdir}cover_sphere.png"
fi

[ -z "$cover" ] && exit      #test if $cover was set, if not exit.

hash=$(ls -l "$cover" )

read oldhash < "$tempfile"

if [ "$oldhash" == "$hash" ];then
        :
else
#add " and " around ${cover} for filename with spaces
    convert "${cover}" -resize 100x100! "${tempdir}sphere_overlay.png" -compose HardLight -composite "${tempdir}sphere_mask.png" -alpha off -compose CopyOpacity -composite "${tempdir}cover_sphere.png"
   echo $hash > "$tempfile"
fi
exit



The only area of this script to worry about is this:

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##choose your player here
#player="amarok"
#player="guayadeque"
#player="xnoise"
#player="exaile"
#player="quodlibet"
#player="gogglesmm"
#player="gmusicbrowser"
#player="audacious"
#player="clementine"
#player="decibel"
#player="qmmp"
#player="pogo"
#player="deadbeef"
#player="banshee"
#player="rhythmbox"
#player="vlc"
player="mpd"
#player="mocp"


Simply edit this file ~/conky/conky-music/cover/getcover_sphere.sh and uncomment the player that you use. As in my example of using MPD, it is uncommented

player.lua

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--set the main parameters  here
--other parameters can be set in widgets files

--font name to use
font_name="Ubuntu-Title"

--set the colors here
--for foreground
fg_col1=0x97EF93
fg_col2=0xF61330

--for background
bg_col1=0xC9C6C6

--choose player (amarok/rhythmbox)
--for the cover, see in file get_cover.sh
--player = "amarok"
--player = "guayadeque"
--player = "xnoise"
--player = "exaile"
--player = "quodlibet"
--player = "gogglesmm"
--player = "clementine"
--player = "deadbeef"
--player = "qmmp"
--player = "pogo"
--player = "decibel"
--player = "audacious"
--player = "gmusicbrowser"
--player = "banshee"
--player = "rhythmbox"
--player = "vlc"
player = "mpd"
--player = "mocp"

--END OF PARAMETERS


--call the widgets
--or use full path if you don't call the conkyrc from it's own directory
dofile ("./rings.lua")
dofile ("./text.lua")



function conky_main()
   
    --call the functions into the widgets
    choose_player(player)
    conky_main_rings()
    conky_draw_text()
end



function choose_player(player)

    --commmands line
    --pp is for percentage played
    --ar is for artist
    --al is for album
    --ti is for title
    --for the cover, see in file get_cover.sh
    if player == "amarok" then
        amarok_ct = io.popen("dcop amarok player trackCurrentTime"):read()
        amarok_tt = io.popen("dcop amarok player trackTotalTime"):read()
        amarok_pp = 100*amarok_ct/amarok_tt
        cmd_al = "${exec dcop amarok player album}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec dcop amarok player artist}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec dcop amarok player title}"
        cmd_pp = "${if_running amarokapp}" .. amarok_pp .. "${else}0${endif}"
    elseif player == "guayadeque" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyGuayadeque.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyGuayadeque.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyGuayadeque.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyGuayadeque.py --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "clementine" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyClementine.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyClementine.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyClementine.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyClementine.py --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "deadbeef" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyDeadbeef.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyDeadbeef.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyDeadbeef.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyDeadbeef.py --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "decibel" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyDecibel.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyDecibel.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyDecibel.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyDecibel.py --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "xnoise" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyXnoise.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyXnoise.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyXnoise.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyXnoise.py --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "exaile" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyExaile.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyExaile.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyExaile.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyExaile.py --datatype=PP}"       
    elseif player == "quodlibet" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyQuodlibet.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyQuodlibet.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyQuodlibet.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyQuodlibet.py --datatype=PP}"       
    elseif player == "gogglesmm" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyGogglesmm.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyGogglesmm.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyGogglesmm.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyGogglesmm.py --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "gmusicbrowser" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyGmusicbrowser.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyGmusicbrowser.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyGmusicbrowser.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyGmusicbrowser.py --datatype=PP}"       
    elseif player == "banshee" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyBanshee.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyBanshee.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyBanshee.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyBanshee.py --datatype=PP}"       
    elseif player == "audacious" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyAudacious.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyAudacious.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyAudacious.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec audtool --current-song-output-length-seconds \/ $audtool --current-song-length-seconds}"       
    elseif player == "pogo" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyPogo.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyPogo.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyPogo.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyPogo.py --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "qmmp" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyQmmp.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyQmmp.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyQmmp.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyQmmp.py --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "rhythmbox" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyRhythmbox --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyRhythmbox --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyRhythmbox --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyRhythmbox --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "vlc" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyVlc.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyVlc.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyVlc.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyVlc.py --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "mpd" then
        cmd_al = "${exec ~/conkyMpd.py --datatype=AL}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec ~/conkyMpd.py --datatype=AR}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec ~/conkyMpd.py --datatype=TI}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec ~/conkyMpd.py --datatype=PP}"
    elseif player == "mocp" then
        cmd_al = "${exec mocp -Q %album}"
        cmd_ar = "${exec mocp -Q %artist}"
        cmd_ti = "${exec mocp -Q %song}"
        cmd_pp = "${exec mocp -Q '%cs/%ts*100' | bc -l}"
    else
        print (player .. " not defined")
        cmd_ar = player
        cmd_al = " not defined"
        cmd_ti = player .. " : player unknow"
        cmd_pp =""
    end
end


The only section you need to worry about is:

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--choose player (amarok/rhythmbox)
--for the cover, see in file get_cover.sh
--player = "amarok"
--player = "guayadeque"
--player = "xnoise"
--player = "exaile"
--player = "quodlibet"
--player = "gogglesmm"
--player = "clementine"
--player = "deadbeef"
--player = "qmmp"
--player = "pogo"
--player = "decibel"
--player = "audacious"
--player = "gmusicbrowser"
--player = "banshee"
--player = "rhythmbox"
--player = "vlc"
player = "mpd"
--player = "mocp"

Simply edit  ~/conky/conky-music/cover/player.lua and uncomment the player you are using. As in my example of using MPD, it is uncommented.

NOTE that in this script -- is the comment code and NOT #

launcher.sh
- MUST be used to run the LUA Sphere Method

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#!/bin/bash

rm ~/conky/conky-music/cover/nowplaying
rm ~/conky/conky-music/cover/cover_sphere.png
#need to cd to avoid problems with rhythmbox.lua
cd ~/conky/conky-music/
conky -c .conkysphererc

I run it using alt F2 and this:

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~/conky/conky-music/launcher.sh &
If everything is setup correctly, you should have the desired outcome.

Important Note - 07 October 2011  - If you receive this error from conky:

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/usr/bin/env: python2: No such file or directory

Run this in terminal to correct it

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sudo ln -s /usr/bin/python2.6 /usr/bin/python2
Contact me if this error persists.

OK, that  is it.  I have worked on this testing and retesting for 3 days.  I have enjoyed it and it has been frustrating.  There were mistakes that have been corrected. Hopefully, anyone seeing ways to improve on these methods will speak up.

I am open to any challenge to add any music apps to this process.  Please let me know of any that you want to be included in this. Please also feel free ask me anything on this process either here or in a PM.

A million thanks go to Kaivalagi and Wlourf, both I consider pure geniuses.  Also thanks to Sector11 because he challenged me to write this up and was instrumental in helping me clean it up.  Also, Ivanovnegro who challenged me to create some of these in the beginning and for his plum liqueur. :cool:

I hope it is useful to some of you.

VastOne

NOTE  - I use gmusicbrowser that has some awesome plugins for getting the cover art from several sources by just right clicking on the album, artist or track.

NOTE  - I have also found a stand alone app that does the same thing.  It is UberView 1.14 download .  I have tested this app and find it a good addition. Nice job wittfella.

Edit - 04 October 2011  -  Added MOCP - Grab the latest archive from the same link to capture these changes.

Edit - 04 October 2011  -  Added Banshee  - Grab the latest archive from the same link to capture these changes.

Edit - 07 October 2011  - Added the latest rings.lua and text.lua from wlourf..  These are more efficient versions. Grab the latest archive from the same link to capture these changes.

Edit - 08 October 2011  -  Added Exaile to the mix - Grab the latest archive from the same link to capture these changes.

Edit - 09 October 2011  -  Added Quod Libet to the mix - Grab the latest archive from the same link to capture these changes.

Edit - 13 October 2011  -  Changed the method of starting mpDris in the instructions.

Edit - 16 October 2011  -  Changed all bash scripts with new functions to copy the cover file one time, thanks xaos52!!  -  Grab the latest archive from the same link to capture these changes.

Edit - 16 October 2011  -  Changed the mpd method of getting the cover thanks to a python change.  Thanks wlourf!!   -  Grab the latest archive from the same link to capture these changes.

Edit - 17 October 2011  -  Added ImageMagick requirements.

Edit - 19 October 2011  -  Added Amarok2 - This replaces the original Amarok  - Grab the latest archive from the same link to capture these changes download musictools.tar.gz

Files added:

conkyAmarok.py
conkyAmarok.template
.conkyamarokrc
amarok.png

Updated files:

player.lua
getcover_sphere.sh

Edit - 21 October 2011  -  Did a major overhaul of all conky rc files and all templates to standardize each.    Grab the latest archive to capture these changes download musictools.tar.gz

Edit - 5 November 2011  -  Added the lsof requirements

Edit - 21 December 2011  -  Changed how all the scripts using lsof get the directory structure. All changes are here in the download musictools.tar.gz

Edit - 15 August 2012  -  Added the requirements for correctly starting mpdRis from autostart.sh or a bash script.

3879
Artwork & Screenshots / Re: January 2013 Screenshots
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:45:27 AM »
Nice... Perhaps we should discuss i3 included with VSIDO?

3880
Artwork & Screenshots / January 2013 Screenshots
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:41:34 AM »
Post your January Scrots here

3881
How To's / How To - smxi Install and Setup
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:38:33 AM »
NOTE - smxi and all it's powerful scripts are already installed in VSIDO.  You will not need to install it, but this guide can help you through the initial setup and understand smxi. Simply start at Step 2

This is for anyone wanting to use smxi to manage kernel installs, kernel updates, nVidia, ATI, Radeon, Intel driver installations and the dkpg process for these when you update your kernel.

smxi is a set of incredible scripts developed here

Theses include the smxi, sgfxi, svmi, rbxi, and inxi scripts and have been developed for years.

There is also a really good wiki and doc collection here

VSIDO comes with unzip installed, but if your distro does not have it, you will need to install unzip

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sudo apt-get install unzip
Step 1: Installing smxi

At the first login screen, do not log in. Instead, hit

Code: [Select]
ctrl + alt + f1
to take you to tty1 since smxi is best used outside of Xorg

Login as you and then:

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sudo su
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cd /usr/local/bin && wget -Nc smxi.org/smxi.zip && unzip smxi.zip && smxi
This will install and run smxi for the first time.  The first time run is where you tell smxi your options.

NOTE - these settings can be changed at any time within smxi after this first run through

Step 2: Setting up smxi

The first step any time smxi is run is to exit the X/Desktop, as it needs to perform outside of Xorg

Code: [Select]
1) shutdown-desktop-and-continue
Next is confirming what distro you are on and that you want to run smxi

Code: [Select]
1) continue-no-change
Next is to add Liquorix Kernel Sources.  I use Liquorix Kernels and this is the primary reason why I use smxi.  It is entirely up to you on this choice.  You can add the Liquorix Kernel sources and still use the Debian Kernel and switch between the two at any time using smxi.

Code: [Select]
1) yes-add-liquorix-sources
apt-get update will now automatically run and the liquorix keyring will be added if you chose liquorix sources.

Next smxi needs to know what kernel you are going to use.  There are four choices, the only two that matter now is either 2 or 3 depending on what you are going to use
Code: [Select]
1) no-kernel
2) debian
3) liquorix
4) continue
Next smxi needs to know if you want to use apt-get or aptitude as  package manager.  It is strongly recommended by the script developer to use apt-get

Code: [Select]
1) apt-get
Now smxi needs to know if you want to use dist-upgrade or upgrade.  I have always used dist-upgrade

Code: [Select]
1) dist-upgrade
Next smxi needs to know your Distro level identification. Since Waldorf is based on testing smxi detects that and your choice here should be debian-testing. If you are using Debian sid, then select debian-sid

Code: [Select]
2) debian-testing
Next smxi needs to install dctrl-tools and gawk to run properly

Code: [Select]
1) yes-install
Next you can and should select your closest debian mirror.  Since I am in the US I choose

Code: [Select]
36) us:United-States
NOTE - Some users report that keeping US as the default works best because some of the foreign mirrors are extremely slow

Next Are the Kernel Upgrade Options.  If you selected the debian kernel, smxi would now find the latest kernel and install it.  If you selected to use Liquorix, it would install the latest Liqourix kernel

Code: [Select]
Enter to Continue
Recommended Step

smxi now will do a dist-upgrade to make sure everything is up to date

Code: [Select]
1) continue

Enter to Continue

Y to any questions asked

When done you will be presented choices, select

Code: [Select]
4) continue
After the dist-upgrade is done, select

Code: [Select]
6) kernel options
This is where you can update to your latest kernel

Code: [Select]
1) install-apt-kernel
then

Code: [Select]
1) yes-install-kernel
Once the kernel is updated you can now proceed to

Code: [Select]
7) continue-to-graphics
Now you are presented with several choices to install your video drivers. Since I use nVidia, my choice is
Code: [Select]
6) current-nvidia

1) yes-create-xorg-conf-file

Enter

Now the driver will be downloaded and installed to your current kernel.

When nouveau is used, it will report a failure to remove.  This is normal.  Just select

Code: [Select]
2) reboot
Log back into the new kernel you just installed and at the login screen hit ctrl alt f1 again

Code: [Select]
login as you

sudo su

smxi

2) continue-no-dist-upgrade

7) continue-to-graphics

6) current-nvidia

Enter

Now the driver is installed

Code: [Select]
1) start-desktop
That is it...  You are now using the latest kernel and the current nVidia drivers.

NOTE - If at any time you login during the process to a blinking cursor on the top left, just do
Code: [Select]
ctrl alt f1

login as you

sudo su

smxi

2) continue-no-dist-upgrade

7) continue-to-graphics

6) current-nvidia

Please feel free to comment on how this can be improved.

Thank You!

3882
VSIDO Installation Help / VSIDO Installation Guide
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:07:51 AM »
This How To is for anyone installing VSIDO for the first time or to use it as a reference on additional installations.

If you need assistance creating a USB of VSIDO, please read this How To first

When you download the ISO and burn it to CD / DVD / USB you can boot to a LiveCD session of VSIDO.  The first screen you see upon boot is FluxBox.  This guide will show you what will happen and an explanation to each step.


Initial Grub Boot LiveCD Screen



LiveCD Screen / Right Click Menu

This image shows that by Right Clicking on the desktop you can start the VSIDO installer



VSIDO Installer Welcome Screen



Installer Update Screen - Note this is always updated for VSIDO by default so it can be checked off



Language Selection



Keyboard Selection



Time Zone Selection



Users, hostname and root access control setup

Note There is an issue now in enabling root. If you do this it in turn removes sudo for the user login. There is a bug now that whatever password you give root, it will not be changed. It is strongly suggested that you do not enable root at this stage, but once you login run sudo passwd root to change/enable root then



Disk Partitioning - Choose between Automatic or Manual Partitioning



Automatic Partitioning Choices - This selection creates a swap drive, the root install drive and installs grub to the mbr



Manual Partitioning Choices



Several DropDown Choices in Manual Partitioning



Where to Install the Bootloader / Grub - (The mbr is always the best choice)



Summary Screen - This screen summarizes everything you just chose to do and confirms that it is in fact correct.   If you are ready, click Forward



Installing Screen



Installation Complete Screen Proceed with Reboot -  (Yes that IS 2 Minutes and 29 seconds install time)



Finally we reach our destination and after login the vsido-welcome screen





Profit!

Explore, learn, create, destroy, and then give feedback on how VSIDO can be better

Good luck!   Do not hesitate to ask any of us a question on this process

Note - For those of you using wired connections, /etc/network/interfaces and /etc/resolv.conf will handle your Internet connection OOTB as long as your device is eth0

For wireless, there is a ceni How To here that will guide you through setting up wireless or you can use WICD which is installed and is loaded on boot

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