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Bash, Linux Administration, Open Source »

[3 Aug 2009 | No Comment | ]

I have previously written about Tilda, a gnome replacement for Yakuake. I had some issues with Tilda so I came to have a nice relationship with Yakauke. It’s important to note though, that there is another reasonable alternative to both Tilda and Yakuake and it’s called Guake.
Guake has some of the basic features of Yakuake but is still lacking in a few things. The main ones for me are:

Yakauke allows you to choose terminal width / Guake takes up fullscreen width. The advantage of this for me is that I …

Music & Audio, Open Source, Python »

[20 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

There’s three options available for achieving this, as far as I can see:

TheLastRipper – This is a fully featured streamripper for last.fm that has a great feature set (ID3v2 tags, international characters, automatic directory hierachies) BUT you can not listen to the streams while it’s ripping. It’s got the ‘love’ / ‘ban’ buttons but how can you tell if you can’t hear the bloody music right?
LastLonger – Is a command line client written in Perl and you can output the stream to a music player also. When I saw this, …