PhonoRipper is an easy to use, all-in-one GUI tool for creating audio CDs from analog sources like vinyl records. It uses Cdrdao for CD writing and Normalize for volume normalization. Features include a fully buffered WAV file recorder with mixer and VU meter (supporting both ALSA and OSS drivers), automatic detection of track borders, an intuitive drag'n'drop CD writing interface with CD-text support, CDDB queries of CD text data, and a WYSIWYG CD cover editor.
bscallmon is a small GUI tool that allows you to view the list of incoming and outgoing phone calls on routers running the BitSwitcher firmware without having to log into the router's Web interface. Features include a phone book, custom icons, unlimited call list size, and optional systray integration and call notification. It does not require compiling and runs on both Unix and Windows systems.
The TkinterTreectrl module wraps the treectrl Tk extension for use with Python/Tkinter. The treectrl widget allows you to create fancy things like sortable multi-column list boxes and hierarchical tree views in Tkinter. The package also includes a ready to use multi-column listbox widget, scrolled Treectrl, and multi-column list box widgets plus a generic ScrolledWidget class that makes it quite easy to add one or two static or automatic scroll bars to any listbox-alike Tkinter widget.
PyDate is a very simple Python/Tk based tool to adjust the system date and time conveniently from an easy to use graphical interface. It is primarily intended to be used with minimal desktop environments like IceWm that don't provide such tools themselves. KDE or Gnome libraries are not required.
XFE rules o.k. !
Great work, comes pretty close to the file manager I've always dreamed of. Thanks for this one!
life could be so easy...
i found that both problems mentioned above can easyly be solved
first: it is no problem to have libsnd0 and libsnd1 installed together(no conflicts if you just install libsnd0 without the -devel and -progs packages, if you want to compile tape2mp3 you however have to temporarily uninstall libsnd1-devel and install libsnd0-devel, after compile you can change that again)
second: tracks are only extracted, if there is a few seconds of silence at the beginning, so you have to start recording a few seconds before the music starts to get the first track extracted.
now that i found these things out, everything seems to work fine
seems to be the best tool around forsplitting wavfiles
i've built myself both src- and binary-RPMS and changed afew things, so you can start it easier from any directory. if anyone's interested in these, let me know