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BSDKaffee

Jason Hale Wintersville, OH, United States of America
oxygen elementary mix

GTK2 Themes by jeremi360 2 comments

It seems to be missing an "arrows" directory, so the little arrows on menus that expand aren't showing. I used the ones from this theme and it seems fine: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/kde4.2-oxygen+(modified)?content=99926 - Feb 19 2010
Waheela (Amarok Fullscreen Player)

Audio Apps by xadras 71 comments

Hi, I am the maintainer of the FreeBSD port of Waheela. This isn't a real big deal, but there are several files in version 0.3 that do not have a newline at the end. This causes GCC to throw a bunch of warnings. I have been running:
echo >> filename
within the port to add the newline thus removing the warnings.

The files are:
src/widgets/background.h
src/widgets/dateTime.cpp
src/widgets/dateTime.h
src/widgets/metadata.cpp
src/widgets/metadata.h
src/widgets/playProgress.cpp
src/widgets/playProgress.h - Feb 13 2010
yaWP (Yet Another Weather Plasmoid)

Plasma 4 Extensions by PlasmaFactory 1198 comments

Hi, I am the maintainer for the FreeBSD port of yawp. Version 0.2.3 I didn't even have to mess with anything, but I have been having trouble with 0.3.2.

I am not using install.sh, I am using the standard cmake commands through the FreeBSD ports system. It builds fine, but when I go to install yawp, it ends up installing the same files in two different locations.

For example if I set the PREFIX to /usr/home/bsdkaffee, it will install all files into the appropriate places. But it will also install a set into /usr/home/bsdkaffee/home/bsdkaffee.

I think this is because INSTALL is specified twice in the CMakeLists.txt files. It is the part that was added for CPack that is causing this. The only way I can make it install normally is to remove the CPack related stuff from applet/CMakeLists.txt, ions/CMakeLists.txt, and po/CMakeLists.txt.

Also, in applet/weatherdataprocessor.cpp line 33, <values.h> really should be <float.h>. values.h is not available on FreeBSD and IIRC it is deprecated on Linux.

Thanks! - Feb 13 2010
PlayWolf

Plasma 4 Extensions by giucam 323 comments

Hi, I maintain the FreeBSD port of PlayWolf and I have a few suggestions that would allow me to remove most of the patches I have on my end and would probably be helpful on all platforms.

Could you please review the following patch to remove hardcoded paths in infomanager.cpp: http://pastebin.com/m78e39103

Also, GCC gives some annoying warnings because the following files do not contain a newline at the end:
flowlayout.cpp
flowlayout.h
lyricswidget.cpp
playwolf.cpp
playwolf.h
wolfbuttons.cpp
wolflabel.h

Could you please run:
$ echo >> <filename>
on each of those files to add the newline?

Could you also package the releases in a directory that also contains the version nmuber? E.g. playwolf-0.8.1

Thanks! - Feb 12 2010
Waheela (Amarok Fullscreen Player)

Audio Apps by xadras 71 comments

The themes don't seem to be installed in the correct location. I had to patch the CMakeLists.txt for each theme. Otherwise the themes don't show up and if you try to configure the themes, waheela crashes.

It wants to install themes in:
KDE4PREFIX/share/kde4/apps/waheela/themes
At least on my installation it should be:
KDE4PREFIX/share/apps/waheela/themes/
Where KDE4PREFIX is where you have KDE4 installed.

If that seems like where appdata should go on your system, here is an easy fix:
1. Extract the waheela archive
2. $ cd /path/to/extracted_archive/waheela (make sure you are in the waheela directory)
3. $ sed -i.bak -e 's|/share/kde4/apps|/share/apps|g' ./themes/*/CMakeLists.txt

The problem is Waheela uses something hardcoded like in waheela/themes/Bubbles/CMakeLists.txt:

install_files( /share/kde4/apps/waheela/themes/Bubbles FILES
background.jpg
background-wide.jpg
preview.jpg
theme.config
)

It should be more like:
install(FILES
background.jpg
background-wide.jpg
preview.jpg
theme.config
DESTINATION ${DATA_INSTALL_DIR}/waheela/themes/Bubbles
) - Aug 21 2009
Waheela (Amarok Fullscreen Player)

Audio Apps by xadras 71 comments

Waheela is now in the FreeBSD ports tree as audio/waheela. :-)

http://www.freshports.org/audio/waheela/ - Aug 14 2009
Audex

Utilities by marcomaniac 232 comments

Audex is now available for FreeBSD through the ports system as: audio/audex

http://www.freshports.org/audio/audex/ - Jul 20 2009
Daisy

Plasma 4 Extensions by Lechio 574 comments

Daisy is now available for FreeBSD in the ports system: deskutils/plasma-applet-daisy - Jul 14 2009
Geek Clock

Plasma 4 Extensions by wicharek 11 comments

Geek Clock is now available for FreeBSD in the ports system: x11-clocks/plasma-applet-geekclock - Jul 14 2009
Tea Cooker

Plasma 4 Extensions by swizec 10 comments

A FreeBSD port has been created for this plasmoid: deskutils/plasma-applet-teacooker - Oct 13 2008
QuickLauncher Applet

Plasma 4 Extensions by svenstorp 130 comments

A FreeBSD port has been created for this plasmoid: deskutils/plasma-applet-quicklauncher - Oct 13 2008
Panel Spacer

Plasma 4 Extensions by DanaKil 62 comments

A FreeBSD port has been created for this plasmoid: deskutils/plasma-applet-panelspacer - Oct 13 2008
Kirocker Music Display

Audio Apps by Sebien 324 comments

The kicker applet will crash with large playlists (I have figured it to be anything over 106 songs). If Amarok is already playing, it will not show anything but the "Play" button. Eventually it will crash taking the kicker down with it. I had 107 songs in the playlist and removed one, then it started working properly again, so I'm pretty sure 106 songs is the limit. I'm using Amarok 1.4.5 and KDE 3.5.7 - Aug 16 2007
Amarok Full Screen

Audioplayers by comar961 272 comments

FreeBSD users will be happy to know that I have completed a port of this application. It is under audio/amarok-fs

http://www.freshports.org/audio/amarok-fs/ - Jul 04 2007
Darkness

Wallpaper Other by pfriedma 2 comments

What does the inscription say? KDE I hope. :) - Mar 16 2005
Windows Vs Linux

Wallpapers Windows by Dridhas 7 comments

I really like how this wallpaper symbolizes how the major OSes sort of situate themselves: You have Windows and Linux going head to head out front, then you have BSD in the background "serving" up what ever you'll have, then you've got MacOS just hanging around on the wall just taking it all in. Well, that's my take on it. Anyways, it would be cool to have a larger version of this. Good job! - Aug 12 2004