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Description:

xplanetFX is a daemon for rendering high quality views of mother earth as wallpaper in real-time (sun, moon and clouds). It comes with a handy GTK interface but is fully usable under CLI.

xplanetFX depends on xplanet and imagemagick and is available as DEB, RPM (untested) and TAR.GZ. The GUI uses pygtk and cairo.

A couple of available templates embed the renderings in different scenes and are downloadable as separate packages which can be easily installed by drag&drop to the themes list in the GUI or since 2.0 directly online via the themepool inside the application.

Features like delayed autostart multi language (japanese, czech, dutch, english, spanish, italian, french, russian, greek and german by now) and a lot of customization make xplanetFX an easy-to-use interface for xplanet drawing the earth in high quality.

The base images of the templates are mostly licensed under creative commons from flickr.com and some free texture stuff from the www.

A lot more information, the users manual and the templates can be obtained under the web adress.

There is a signed repository for the deb package available, please read the infos in the blog under "installation".

Contributions:

* SteveH: maintainance for Arch Linux
* Виталий Камелин (Vitaliy Kamelin): russian language file
* ZoSo Moon: spanish language file
* Greg Drouin: french language file
* Lino Fantasia: italian language file
* bigriver9: japanese language file
* Tim van der Kodde: dutch language file
* Martin Pavlík: czech language file
* vagrale13: greek language file

Thank you very much guys!!




Changelog:

Version 2.5.10:
* Patch by Ryan: CLI setup failed on file paths

Version 2.5.9:
* Check battery state before rendering

Version 2.5.8:
* New address for NASA night map
* New night map for default template

Version 2.5.7:
* Poolview broken since theme \"Sphere Within Sphere\"
* Capitalize all words in theme/thumb/poolview

Version 2.5.6:
* Tray check caused error messages when template process available
* --debug exits after processing

Version 2.5.5:
* Wrong placeholder in language files
* Removed \"swapped\" warning from gtk file

Version 2.5.4:
* Tray icon broke on fresh install without setting language manually first

Version 2.5.3:
* Arch Linux dropped \"pidof\", now caching PID in static file - thanks a lot
to Steve (the maintainer of xplanetFX for Arch) for this patch!

Version 2.5.2:
* Tray icon shows next rendering time while sleeping

Version 2.5.1:
* bug with multiple instances of tray when autostarted

Version 2.5.0:
* New SVG icon
* New system tray icon:
* showing xplanetFX state
* provides on/off-toggle on click
* provides menu to open xplanetFX UI or kill the applet
* configurable (autostart) via UI

Version 2.4.13:
* Notifications disabled by default

Version 2.4.12:
* Autostart entry in XFCE 4 broken

Version 2.4.11:
* Sandbox has composite function, too

Version 2.4.10:
* Updates in Greek language file - many thanks to vagrale13!

Version 2.4.9:
* Bug in ImageMagick 6.7.x: -level is unable to negate

Version 2.4.8:
* Improved city selection

Version 2.4.7:
* Bug: file permissions of Lithuanian language file

Version 2.4.6:
* Added Lithuanian translation - many thanks to Anielius!

Version 2.4.5:
* Use libnotify for status messages (configurable)

Version 2.4.4:
* libwww-perl as dependency in control file and as target in --setup
* Bug in creating autostart entries in GNOME and KDE if xplanetFX is the first
application installed in a fresh home folder

Version 2.4.3:
* Dual-licensed with WTFPL (http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/COPYING)

Version 2.4.2:
* Bug with different ImageMagick versions: atmosphere was blurred above the
earths edge and cut on the layers dimensions

Version 2.4.1:
* Fixes in greek language file - many thanks to vagrale13!

Version 2.4.0:
* New feature: templates can hook in the rendering process to execute graphical
processings in a sandboxed environment with reduced binary access
* New feature: xplanetFX --geometry auto
* New feature: xplanetFX --templates (gives a list of all installed templates)
* New feature: xplanetFX --debug
* XFCE >= 4.6 uses xfconf backend
* Environment variable determination transfered in encapsuled function calls
* Debug tries to determine the installed distribution
* Debug throws information about the installed ImageMagick version
* Fixes in greek language file - many thanks to vagrale13!
* ASCII Art in --help .)

Version 2.3.6:
* Use gsettings and gconf always in parallel if installed - thanks to the fucked
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  To clarify

 
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OK maybe its simpler to start form the top, in other words how does this thing work..like

1) rotate in real time...how do you "enable this
2) choose your location, earth remains "static" but clouds are in real time
3) Earth remains static, but Sun moves around the Earth according to your time zone.. is that possible?


4) In an Earlier version of xplanet FX and on an Ubuntu 10.4 discussion, it was said that you need to disable the Desktop settings an dset it to "no Desktop" ...this way xplanet FX handles the rendering of the desktop images

We can go from there.

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 Re: To clarify

 
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1) enable the "orbit" setting (disables the "target" setting)
2) and 3) I don't see any difference. If the earth remains static, the sun rotates around it. Or you choose a fixed date then both are static.
4) you can't set it to "no desktop". The "output" button shows if a desktop environment was detected. Then you can toggle between your d/e and "file" which means that a single file gets rendered and saved to a location you set. Choosing your d/e should update the background automatically. "no d/e" means, that no known desktop environment could be detected so you only can use the file option.


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 Re: Re: To clarify

 
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Thanks... that clarifies some things...but the "File" part I don't get..... thats because when I go to "Save" a file in say" pictures".. it only gives me"open..then "open" ..then "open".. so I can't save the "file" in "open"...sort of the same bug Windows XP has..where you can't open a folder or save a file to a certain folder

To clarify thats the part in "Settings"
"Output".. thats where it won't let me choose and "output file location, each click of a folder location is followed by "open"..when I really want "Save"..not "open"

Same applies with the next choice below that, "script"...Call a script after rendering"...huhh... what?? what script?
So in the end..I have no choice of where to "save the "image or map it creates and hence no library of images

I have noticed when I click 'Save" in the 'Settings menu, the button just above "close"..its saves a snapshot in "backgrounds"..thats how the image then beomes completely static, no spin, no cloud change, no sunlight change..I have to put the settings at "no back ground..then about a minute later a "new earth image " is rendered on the Desktop...that will also remain "dead and static" unless I do the steps I just mentioned..am I making any sense?
So definitely arcane in some ways.

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 Re: Re: Re: To clarify

 
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Hey!

A non-offending question: have you ever read the manual in the blog as mentioned in the description? It eventually could make things a lot easier for you and me..

> when I go to "Save" a file in say" pictures".. it only gives me"open

It's a filechooser to state a file to save the renderings to. On top of the window there's a blank text entry to state a filename and in the file browser below a folder is chosen.

> Call a script after rendering"...huhh... what??

That's needed for users running a desktop environment other than Gnome, KDE <= 4.3, XFCE, Fluxbox, or FEH background tool, where everything works automatically. If you don't run one of those d/e's, choose a file to save to and call your favorite script/command to switch the desktop wallpaper afterwards. If you are running one of the supported d/e's you don't need to set a file and a script because xplanetFX will handle that for you. Just set the button so that it shows your d/e and the wallpaper change is done for you after each rendering.

> I have noticed when I click 'Save" in the 'Settings menu, the button just above "close"..its saves a snapshot in "backgrounds

No it just saves your settings to the configuration file and uses them on the next renderings. It doesn't create a new image.

As I said, please have a look at the website about this program, it clarifies a lot about the concept I think.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: To clarify

 
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Hey!

A non-offending question: have you ever read the manual in the blog as mentioned in the description? It eventually could make things a lot easier for you and me..

> when I go to "Save" a file in say" pictures".. it only gives me"open

It's a filechooser to state a file to save the renderings to. On top of the window there's a blank text entry to state a filename and in the file browser below a folder is chosen.




Sorry.. that was also my thinking but thats NOT whats its doing... this wouldn't be posted here if the file save location worked correctly.... as you and I assume it should...but as I said..its doing a Windows XP jig...giving me only the '"open" option( and when I say open option, I mean..it doesn't just "open " the folder I want ..at some point you open your folder and then "save" to complete the transaction...this is not happening..... do you understand what I am saying?)...no "save " option"

> Call a script after rendering"...huhh... what??

That's needed for users running a desktop environment other than Gnome, KDE <= 4.3, XFCE, Fluxbox, or FEH background tool, where everything works automatically. If you don't run one of those d/e's, choose a file to save to and call your favorite script/command to switch the desktop wallpaper afterwards. If you are running one of the supported d/e's you don't need to set a file and a script because xplanetFX will handle that for you. Just set the button so that it shows your d/e and the wallpaper change is done for you after each rendering.

I don't think I am..... it was just the Backgrounds , which is run by? Not sure which Desktop program runs the background images??



> I have noticed when I click 'Save" in the 'Settings menu, the button just above "close"..its saves a snapshot in "backgrounds

No it just saves your settings to the configuration file and uses them on the next renderings. It doesn't create a new image.

I think you mis understood me.. thats what I expect it to do...but thats NOT whats its doing..its saving it in my "Backgrounds folder" and that I believe is the problem


As I said, please have a look at the website about this program, it clarifies a lot about the concept I think.


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Hey!

> that was also my thinking but thats NOT whats its doing

Then it seems you got your GTK broken. But this point is meaningless since you don't need that function at all.

> I don't think I am..... it was just the Backgrounds , which is run by? Not sure which Desktop program runs the background images??

You don't think.. what? Your Ubuntu desktop runs GNOME. I don't start explaining what a desktop environment is but you don't need that section: You don't need to fill out the output part and you don't need to fill out the script part. That's just for peopöle with an unknown d/e which is not what you are running. You are running GNOME, everything works out of the box when it comes to automatically setting the desktop wallpaper there. So please leave these both fields alone and empty.

Just set the button on output so that it shows GNOME. And save afterwards.

> its saving it in my "Backgrounds folder" and that I believe is the problem

You mean it saves the configuration file to a folder somewhere in your home folder (in this case your backgrounds folder, however he's called)? Or what do you mean with "it"?


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 Re: To clarify

 
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1)yes I did read the manual and did get "some " things from it.

But your explanations clarify things. I will try all your suggestions and give the manual a very close look, maybe I missed something??


Thanks again for all your help

Cheers


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 Re: Re: To clarify

 
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You're welcome.


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 uninstalled and re-installed

 
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Uninstalled and reinstalled xplanetFX and got the lastest version,
1) Read the manual very carefully
2) only set the cursor on my home town and re-sized to make the earth bigger


Results:

1) Earth is NOT in location I chose
2) the size is also NOT what I chose

Conclusion:
Markus does mention the need for Python, which I have installed and another called py-gtk...which I cannot find , he says that without these two it won't function properly.
I have a feeling that py-gtk is the issue

I'll keep you posted..right now I staring at Europe at night.... its disappointing because the full functionality is not happening:(

Cheers


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Please don't talk to me in the third person. I'm kind of "in the room".

> Uninstalled and reinstalled xplanetFX and got the lastest version,

Reinstalling shouldn't do the trick. Perhaps you should remove the hidden folder .xplanetFX in your home to start all over. Removing or reinstalling doesn't remove the user data of programs but there is kept what you have configured/downloaded/done.

> 1) ... 2)

Okay. We'll try it step by step. I'll give it numbers so you can depend on a line when it comes to problems.

1. open the user interface of xplanetFX
2. stop an eventually running instance of the daemon
3. close the user interface
4. remove the hidden folder .xplanetFX in your home
5. open the user interface of xplanetFX
6. go to the settings tab
7. set the target to your desired location
8. hit the button to fit your screen size
9. check if the output button shows "GNOME"
10. click on "save" afterwards (there should appear a "ready." in the statusbar after a short moment)
11. activate the daemon
12. close the user interface
13. wait
14. depending on your processor: wait more.

> I have a feeling that py-gtk is the issue

If that is true you shouldn't see the user interface at all. GTK is accountable for drawing window widgets and pygtk is just a binding of the functions to python.


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Ok I got it..thanks for all your input.


I simply did a complete overhaul.. completely re-installed the whole OS fresh and on a new HD( the other hard drive was making weird noises, sounding like a fish tank, so it was time to do that before I got too far along)


2) Did nothing except get Ubuntu 10.10 completely up to date, drivers etc
immediately downloaded xplanetFX via the Terminal, my favorite method :)

3) Install went fine, followed you instructions and ..voila!! It works..... IF I hit "Save", then the size and location is correct.

4) I still see the Desktop config interfering with the refresh of the globe map, so I disable it and ..voila..freshly updated map.

Thanks again


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Nice to hear that, sorry for your harddisk and you're welcome.


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The hard disk was an old Seagate 160 gig IDE drive, was close to 6 years of very heavy use, and I mean heavy.

My preference would be a WD Caviar Black, Dual processor, 64 meg cache and 500 to 1T, that has a 5 year Warranty

Right now Ubuntu 10.10 is is on a 250 Gig Seagate Barracuda SAS drive, very quiet and quick.

Later I might install Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit version on a WD drive..we'll see.

Thanks again, the xplanet FX is running beautifully

Have a great day!!


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 Xplanet synced to computers

 
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It would be nice to see in time the whole thing moving like a virtual globe in real time, synced to the computers inner clock.

I know that would be tons of work...just a thought

Cheers


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 Gdebi

 
 by acinic on: Jan 18 2011
 
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After installing the package does not show that it is installed. Is installed securely. However, in GDebi does not show that it is installed.


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 Re: Gdebi

 
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Hey,
thanks for the report! Unfortunately I cannot reproduce this error, after installing via gdebi the windows shows something like "The same version is installed" after finishing installation and closing the progress window on my system.


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 Jupiter

 
 by acinic on: Jan 31 2011
 
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Excellent work! Bravo! Is it possible to wrap the planet to another? For example, Jupiter! Lol


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Hey acinic,

thank you very much! Sorry that I have just bad news about Jupiter :/ I explained the problems with showing other objects here a bit:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=129697&forumpage=1

Greetings, markus.


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 Error

 
 by stephanmir on: Feb 7 2011
 
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What am I doing wrong?

I downloaded xplanetFX.deb and xplanetFX.tar.gz

Attempted to run xplanetFX.deb and clicked install first. It gave me an error saying:

An unhandlable error occured.

There seems to be a programming error in aptdaemon, the software that allows you to install/remove software and to perform other package management related tasks. Please report this error at http://launchpad.net/aptdaemon/+filebug and retry.

What do I need to do?


Damn, where's the one click install w/ error correction?
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Thank you for you bug report. Please have a look at the next question and answer.


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 deb is broken

 
 by zniavre on: Feb 7 2011
 
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good morning

i tried to install your .deb but it seems broken ...

synaptic is crashing

dpkg too

aptitude does not want to repair it

maybe you should make a new deb and small how-to to clean the broken deb

im stuck with it i can't remove it and synaptic is crashing at opening

thank you


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Hey zniavre,

thank you very much for the report! A simple

dpkg --purge --force-all xplanetFX

should do the trick. 2.2.1 is uploading right now, hopefully it fixes the broken deb.

Sorry for the fuckup, markus.


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thnak you answering,

it's what i did since it's not my computer. :o)

great to fix it soon my wife like your xfplanet a lot :o)

see you soon


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 by zniavre on: Feb 7 2011
 
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im so sorry to tell you something goes wrong again


Sélection du paquet xplanetfx précédemment désélectionné.
(Lecture de la base de données...
dpkg : avertissement : le fichier contenant la liste des fichiers du paquet « xplanet-images » étant manquant, il est considéré qu'aucun fichier du paquet n'est actuellement installé.

dpkg : avertissement : le fichier contenant la liste des fichiers du paquet « xplanet » étant manquant, il est considéré qu'aucun fichier du paquet n'est actuellement installé.
(Lecture de la base de données... 197842 fichiers et répertoires déjà installés.)


it's in french i do not know if it's helpfull but im not sure how to translate this output

see you soon
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: deb is broken

 
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Wow damn...

please try installing (reinstalling) the packages mentioned above again:

sudo apt-get install --reinstall xplanet xplanet-images

Again: I'm really sorry for the problems. Greetings, markus.


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it did the trick thnak you
i do not know why xplanet-image did not wanted to update

it works great

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*phew* great to hear that!

Greetings, markus.



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