Archive for the 'screenshots' Category

Kororaa Xgl Live CD

March 16th, 2006

The latest linux buzz is Xgl, a new graphics subsystem which Novell is pushing, with uber-awesome graphical desktop effects. I decided to try out Kororaa, a Gentoo-based live-CD distribution which runs Xgl. Xgl, along with AIGLX will form the Linux response to Quartz extreme and Aero Glass on Mac OS X and Windows Vista respectively.

The […]

Picasa 2 on Wine

March 8th, 2006

Test report and mandatory screenshots of Google’s Picasa photo management application running on Wine.

Game on!

March 1st, 2006

Diablo II: Lord of Destruction, on Linux, using WINE. Bliss No better way to get high just after a deadline!

OK, here’s what I did. I’m using Fedora Core 4, by the way.Install wine. All you need to do is yum install wineRun winecfgGo to the “Graphics” tab. Check “Emulate a virtual desktop”, make […]

Luminocity - I want it - videos!

March 25th, 2005

Seth Nickell has posted a bunch of cool videos demoing Luminocity, a GL based windowing/composition manager. To sum up, this is the Quartz equivalent for Linux. These videos look so good that I no longer feel the need to get comfortable with E17 just for eye candy!

Here’s a thought… what happens when you run this […]

Flashy Java-GNOME Demo

January 27th, 2005

Inspired by Nat’s Beagle show-off parade, Andrew Overholt has made a very nice flash demo of Eclipse+Java based GNOME applications development. If this flash business keeps up, we’ll have to create a new category called screenshoots to go with screenshots!

Beagle Demos

January 24th, 2005

Nat has just put up some flash demos of Beagle and they are really great! Especially this one showing off the live query features. You’ve got to watch it to see why I am so excited about all this stuff!

Sneak Peek : KDE 3.4

January 19th, 2005

All right. I’ve finally gotten off my lazy behind and uploaded the KDE 3.4 Beta 1 screenshots that’ve been lying on my disk for ever now. For those not in the loop, KDE 3.4 is planned for release in late February.

It’s hard to find what’s new and what’s not. So I just went through […]