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Enforcer

Jens K. Benecke
kcpufreq for Debian

Utilities by Borszczuk 1 comment

Hello,

please provide a direct download, the .pl address has been offline for quite some time.

Thanks! - Jan 15 2007
SSS (Screen Saver Stopper)

Utilities by mkosmul 9 comments

I suspected so (using DCOP). :) Well, that's true. I don't want to belittle your effort either. I just wanted to point out an alternative way of doing this.

Maybe your app could act as a Kicker plugin so it doesn't obscure other windows or be "in the way" of any other windows?

Cheers, and keep up the good work! :)

Jens - Jun 20 2005
SSS (Screen Saver Stopper)

Utilities by mkosmul 9 comments

You can also enable / disable the screensaver via DCOP: Just create two desktop icons, which execute

dcop kdesktop KScreensaverIface enable true

or

dcop kdesktop KScreensaverIface enable false

respectively. - Jun 20 2005
GTK-QT Theme Engine

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by appy 24 comments

Hello,

I like this idea a lot! Is there a RPM for SuSE 9.2 / upcoming 9.3 available?

That would be awesome :-)

Thanks a lot! - Apr 05 2005
DVD Rip-O-Matic

Video Apps by meneerdik 125 comments

Hi,

do you plan to add high quality DVD copies (to DVD-R video)? This would be one of the things I'm still missing under KDE.

There are lots of command line tutorials but no GUI tools that make the process easy to handle.

Thank you! - Mar 05 2005
nTPV

Various KDE Stuff by manaha 15 comments

Hi,

this looks like a great application which could help fill a gap in Linux applications.

Have you thought about phoning SuSE or IBM and preparing a commercial distribution? I think the typical POS is not managed by techies who like to install Linux, but by people who want to earn money and need commercial support. No matter how good the application is, especially in specialized applications like these - if there is nobody to yell at if things break, it isn't even considered.

I think this application could make a LOT of impact if a reputable company were to stand behind it. And it might even bring you a job (if you don't already have one :-)


Thanks,

Jens - Dec 08 2004