Tag Archives: Linux

Java SI GUI Snapshot 4

SI GUI Java on Linux

You can grab the pre-release from here: GITHUB

 

SI-GUI and BiBi-GUI updates

Hi,

It has been quite a long time since my last blog post. I am afraid this post could be just a little bit too long. That’s why I want to start off with a summary: I created a small tool called LibO Tankstelle [LibreOffice gas station], which has been used at Cebit, updated SI-GUI and BiBi-GUI. And I need YOU: You can help me test and improve Bibi-GUI. @Offtopic: I made a small game FYI

Long version after the break:

Continue reading SI-GUI and BiBi-GUI updates

Linux is better as Windows | LibreOffice is as good as Word

Hi,

In yesterdays program of the Austrian channel ORF 2 (German) there was some advertisement of Linux (especially Ubuntu), which is ought to be better than Windows as well as LibreOffice being (for most people) as good as Word, maybe even better)

Have a look yourself:

Bisecting LibreOffice (64-Bit Linux needed)

Hi,

Today is the time to announce the biggest tutorial I have made for LibreOffice yet.

Up to today It has never been so easy to get the daily-bisect repo with LATEST and OLDEST tags. So why do not check it out now! Do you not have Linux? You may try to create a virtual machine running Ubuntu. (Tested with 13.10) Should be working with other 64-Bit Linux as well.

Waiting to hear your reactions 😉

Server Install GUI LE

UPDATE

This project will not ever be finished.

  • No dev builds available

More important:

  • Mono is too different from C# (although it should be C#) and/or the IDE (okay the GUI designer of it has 80% of the fault) does not show the properties well…..

Server Install GUI LE

Hi,
Today I started to work at a “Linux Edition” (LE) of SI-GUI (First screenshot of the UI right in this post 😉 )
This will have a reduced version set [not so easy compared to Visual studio on Windows]! Beside of the features you can see in the screenshot, editing the bootstrap file is a must, an maybe a desktop icon…. This program uses Mono, so you will have to start a “Si-GUI-LE.exe” 😉 Hope you like it 😀
PS: Picture taken on my QA-Laptop running Ubuntu 13.10