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anibg (XWinWrap GUI)

   0.2.0  

MPlayer Theme

Score 55%
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  1843
Submitted:  Nov 8 2010
Updated:  Nov 8 2010

Description:

With "anibg" you can put a XScreenSaver or a movie on your x11 desktop, you can see it as a "Windows DreamScene" pendant.

More precisely it is a frontend for the CLI application "Shantz-XWinWrap".
It works on Linux and could work on BSD and other unix based systems too, but I am not sure, because I could not test it.

It supports the languages english and german.


Homepage: http://code.google.com/p/anibg/
Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4ggNlqhDIc



Installation:


Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10

Just type this in your terminal:
Quote:
wget http://anibg.googlecode.com/files/anibg_v0.2.0.deb && wget http://anibg.googlecode.com/files/shantz-xwinwrap_v0.3.deb && sudo dpkg -i anibg_v0.2.0.deb shantz-xwinwrap_v0.3.deb


Compilation

You need "mono", "glade-sharp-2.0", "gtk-sharp-2.0", "glib-sharp-2.0"
and "notify-sharp" to run "anibg" and "make" to compile it.
"anibg" uses "Shantz-XWinWrap" which will be delivered with this package.
To use "Shantz-XWinWrap" you need "x11", "xext"
and "xrender" and their development files to compile it.
For movie support you need "MPlayer" and "FFmpeg".
Install some "XScreenSavers", else you will not have any
Screensaver to select.

Then type these commands in your terminal:
Quote:
cd ~/
wget http://anibg.googlecode.com/files/anibg_v0.2.0.tar.gz
tar -xzvf anibg_v0.2.0.tar.gz
cd anibg_v0.2.0/src/
./configure
make
make install # Must be executed as root



License:
GNU General Public License, version 2
Url: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl2.html


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 silly noob

 
 by compizshell on: Mar 30 2011
 
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Thanks ,please make instructions fool proof (for me and other noobs).

In the "compilation" section do i enter all the needed files in synaptic package manager and install ? eg : i enter "notify-sharp" and synaptic shows "monodoc-notify-sharp-manual" so i should install it


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 silly noob

 
 by compizshell on: Mar 30 2011
 
Score 50%

Thanks ,please make instructions fool proof (for me and other noobs).

In the "compilation" section do i enter all the needed files in synaptic package manager and install ? eg : i enter "notify-sharp" and synaptic shows "monodoc-notify-sharp-manual" so i should install it


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 sooooo sweet

 
 by compizshell on: Mar 30 2011
 
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LOVE it, all working now and its so sexy, now can anyone msg me with a "how to" delete my double post ?


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