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Pascal Bleser

Screensavers by tvb-xxx 130 comments

Amazing stuff, great work!

openSUSE packages are available too: [url][url] - Aug 10 2008
LyX -- The Document Processor

Office Apps by jspitzm 35 comments

are available here:
(10.2 and 10.3, both i586 and x86_64) - Oct 09 2007
Plitvice Lakes

Nature by miq 2 comments

Yep, the Plitvice National Park in Croatia really is a wonderful place.

If you want more photos, check out the ones I shot during my last holidays there:
- Jul 24 2007
(Solar) Eclipse Splash Screen

Gnome 2 Splash Screens by vidyadiz 11 comments

Great stuff - May 27 2007

Network by Viras 122 comments

Works fine now (compiled on openSUSE 10.2 to 9.2, x86 and x86_64), thanks. - Apr 11 2007

Network by Viras 122 comments

Same error here (openSUSE 10.2/x86_64), seems the tarball is missing some source files. - Apr 11 2007

Education Apps by killerjoe 31 comments

RPM packages for openSUSE 10.2 available here:
(both 32bit and x86_64)

Repository information + mirrors:

Note: only for 10.2 as previous SUSE releases ship QT4 versions that are too old for qleo 2.x - Feb 14 2007
Smart Installer

Utilities by brockers 4 comments

No error handling, no nothing.

I'd rather recommend to use this script instead:
- Jan 22 2007

Various KDE Stuff by binner 59 comments

Raoul, stop talking nonsense.
Subscribe to the opensuse-factory and opensuse lists ( and you'll see there's a lot of testers and feedback and progress, etc...

SUSE Linux is a very well engineered distribution with a strong QA process.

ZMD is definitely an issue and was a bad decision, but there are many options to circumvent it. - Nov 10 2006
Amarok (logo fusion)

Various Artwork by studioz 11 comments

Great work
+1 - Nov 02 2006

Wallpaper Other by soundscout 4 comments

Besides the fact that it's ugly, how does it relate to KDE ? - Sep 10 2006
let's go green

Wallpaper Other by zemkooo 11 comments

Great wallpaper :)
You also have it other (larger) sizes ? - Jun 16 2006
This is probably the reason (whatever distribution you're using btw): - Jun 07 2006
Timeline Distros Linux

Cliparts by alexdark 46 comments

Not quite correct.
Yes, 1 or 2 very early versions were based on Slackware but from 4.2 (that is pretty much seen as the first "real" S.u.S.E. Linux release) on it had its own codebase and had nothing in common with Slackware any more.

Now how to put that on the graph... ;) - Apr 28 2006

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by sirajr 613 comments

SUSE Linux RPMs her:

Unfortunately, kbfx needed some patching and workarounds to compile properly with unsermake and the usual KDE stuff. - Apr 16 2006
Dragon Player

Video Players by eean 278 comments

Eh.. wow.. great ;)
Well, anyway, I see you're not interested by the fact that there are RPM packages of codeine for SUSE Linux users, that's a pity.
As the discussion seems to be useless, to say the least, I'd still like to say thank you for your work on your OSS projects.

Keep up the good work. - Apr 13 2006
Dragon Player

Video Players by eean 278 comments

You can grab a full-featured codeine package for SUSE Linux from the Packman repository:

And BTW, although your work is much respected, your comment itself is pretty ridiculous. Either ArchLinux is illegally shipping WMV and other codecs it has not licensed (amongst others, I doubt it has the 60000 EUR to license the MPEG patents, including the fact that macrovision isn't supported on Linux as of now anyway) or people are just not getting the necessary information.
The packman repository has all you need for full-featured media playback on SUSE Linux. - Apr 13 2006

Graphic Apps by irbis 34 comments

That's typical with GCC 4.
Just remove the offending "Panel2D::" in the lines mentioned by the compiler, and it will be fine. - Mar 18 2006

Utilities by rdglinux 35 comments

In my repository, here:
or here (mirror):

(for SUSE 10.0, 9.3, 9.2 and 9.1, both i686 and x86_64) - Mar 13 2006
Media Tag Tools

Audio Apps by parapente 40 comments

SUSE Linux RPMs available here:
(in a few hours, after the server sync)

For SUSE 10.0 to 9.1, both i686 and x86_64. - Mar 11 2006

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by motyR 383 comments

Were my patches integrated into 0.3 ? (feature-wise)
I just wonder whether I have to rewrite the patches or not.

A changelog would be very nice for us packagers out there ;) - Feb 20 2006
Lipstik RPM for SuSE 10.0

KDE 3.5 Themes by fedderico10 12 comments

lipstik RPMs for SUSE Linux have been around since some time on my RPM site:

- for SUSE 10.0 and 9.3
- for i686 and x86_64
- includes the "vistesque" mod (runtime-configurable)
- KDE 3.5 builds (only 10.0, but i686+x86_64) are available here: - Jan 18 2006
Vistesque-Mod for Lipstik

Various KDE 1.-4. Styles by bonafide 120 comments

I just changed the code to a runtime-configurable option in the normal Lipstik configuration.

Here's the Vitesque mod as a patch to lipstik:

To enable the Vitesque mod, go to the Style configuration and check the "Enable Vitesque" box.

Apply the patch with -p1 to the pristine lipstik source code. - Jan 08 2006
Crystal Ubuntu package

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by jserrano 10 comments

Could you *please* use "crystal ubuntu package" or something for the title of the entry and not just "crystal" ?
Not everyone is using Ubuntu and from the RSS feed or on the main page, this looks like the crystal source release. - Jan 07 2006

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by motyR 383 comments

Actually, being able to use themes that are installed in the global application directory (/usr/share/apps/deKorator/themes or /opt/kde3/share/apps/deKorator/themes on SUSE Linux) is really needed for packaging.
This way, I (and others) can provide RPMs that install deKorator themes ;)

The patch certainly needs some refinements, was done in 5min and while I did a lot of C++ in the past, I never used the KDE API, but it seems to work for a start (the preview doesn't seem to work though, probably must add the same logic in another method).
Would be great if you could spend some of your time to implement it properly ;)

cheers & happy new year to everyone - Dec 31 2005

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by motyR 383 comments

available in my repository, here:

(for SUSE 10.0, 9.3, 9.2, 9.1, i686 and x86_64)

dekorator 0.2 (dubbed "kde3-windeco-dekorator") will be available in a few hours, after the next sync with the server.

I also added a patch to enable loading themes from the global app directory:

and this one to fix a warning about wrong initializer order in ctor: - Dec 31 2005

KDE 3.5 Themes by PaT 346 comments

lipstik 1.3 (SUSE 10.0 to 9.1) and 1.99.1 (SUSE 10.0 to 9.2) - Dec 07 2005

Network by afrit 5 comments

available here:
(after 2005-12-01 08:00 GMT+1) - Nov 30 2005

Network by gonebush 22 comments

available here (10.0, 9.3, 9.2 and 9.1):
(at 2005-11-30 08:00 GMT+1) - Nov 29 2005

Utilities by kdt 81 comments

Available here:
and here: - Nov 28 2005

KDE 3.5 Themes by p3001ee 58 comments

available here:
(from 2005-11-27 06:00 GMT+1 on, after the nightly repository sync) - Nov 26 2005

Utilities by vladvic 24 comments

...are here:
(SUSE 10.0, 9.3, 9.2 and 9.1) - Nov 23 2005

System Software by xis 97 comments

... are available here:
(SUSE 10.0, 9.3, 9.2 and 9.1)

x86_64 builds also available from the "suser-drcux" repository (for 10.0 and 9.3): - Nov 22 2005

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by Linuster 28 comments

That's for SUSE 9.3, 9.2, 9.1 and 9.1+KDE3.3. - Jul 17 2005

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by Linuster 28 comments

SUSE RPMs here:

(if not there yet, please check back later, the nightly sync is at 04:00 AM GMT+1 ;)) - Jul 17 2005
Ventrilo for Linux (Client) Opinion PLZ!

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by nookie 18 comments

Probably just because it exists and some people use it on windows.

I mean... MSN isn't any better than Jabber, ICQ, Yahoo.. but people use it nevertheless, and it definately is a great thing to have MSN clients on Linux (even though I myself exclusively use Jabber for IM ;-))

Teamspeak has been around for quite some time though, and from my experience, *that*'s what gamers use. And it works on Linux. - May 21 2005

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by FJR 249 comments

metabar 0.7 doesn't compile properly on KDE 3.3.
I submitted two patches on metabar's bugzilla to compile on KDE 3.3 and 3.4:

SUSE RPMs available on my site (with fixes applied):
(metabar 0.7 RPMs will be available tomorrow morning (2005-04-05), GMT+1) - Apr 04 2005
Wireless Assistant

Network by pnawrocki 287 comments

SUSE RPMs here:

Available for SUSE 9.2(KDE3.3), 9.2+KDE3.4, 9.1(KDE3.2) and 9.1+KDE3.3. - Mar 29 2005
KPager2 for Kicker

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by lucher 176 comments

The tar.bz2 file is broken.
When it unpacks, it messes up the admin/Makefile.common file.
I just copied one from another kde-related source (was baghira, actually) over it.
Another bug: in src/kpager2.cpp you're missing an include statement for qimage.h:
#include <qimage.h>

And, again, two issues that are not "critical" but pretty annoying for packagers:
1) the clock skew, please fix your time settings, the files in the package have a timestamp in the future ;)
2) the subdirectory when unpacking, please make that kpager2-0.6.0


(BTW, I'm the maintainer of the SUSE RPM, the 0.6.0 package will be available in some hours on my site, for SUSE 9.2, 9.2+KDE3.4, 9.1, 9.1+KDE3.3) - Mar 29 2005
Wireless Assistant

Network by pnawrocki 287 comments

Sorry mate but that's a pretty ugly error you're having in your sources.

The issues when compiling 0.3.1 come from the fact that you named the parameter of the showErr() method "errno". Actually, "errno" is a global function that comes from /usr/include/errno.h
The fix merely consists in renaming that variable to something else, e.g. "errorNumber".
Also, you should declare the variables passed to showErr() and showUI() as const in the header file, as they are declared as such in the cpp file.

Here's the diff that fixes compilation. - Mar 28 2005
Think different ;)

Wallpaper Other by xT29 6 comments

Because there are such sites for Mac-related art aplenty, and because MacOSX is proprietary software from a proprietary company that takes a lot of OpenSource software and gives nothing back.
Wouldn't that be enough reasons for not posting Apple-related content here ? :)

Now, that being said, I personally don't really care much whether your wallpaper gets posted here or not (and I'm not an admin either). - Mar 16 2005

KDE 3.5 Themes by thomas12777 1262 comments

Here's how to fix it:
in deco/, line 216, change

I made that patch for my baghira RPM for SUSE Linux, available here:

You may also retrieve the patch from the source RPM (see above).
(baghira 0.6d RPM will be available in some hours' time, after the nightly sync) - Mar 08 2005
kpager2 for slackware

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by rufuseddy 11 comments

Put a link to the wallpaper please lol - Mar 06 2005

Chat & Messenging by halr9000 7 comments

Err... just went to the PSI website and they don't mention 0.9.3 anywhere, just beta releases.
And psi-0.9.3 isn't available from sourceforge either.

Did you meant to announce a 0.9.3-beta (if so, please do mention it ;)) or do you have some secret psi tarball download location ? ;) - Jan 07 2005

Various KDE Stuff by mtm 16 comments

RPM packages of kphone for SUSE Linux 9.2, 9.1, 9.0 and 8.2 available on my site:

Available through apt-get as well, read instructions on my site.

BTW, hi Fabrice, see you soon (again) at FOSDEM ;) - Nov 30 2004

KDE 3.5 Themes by PaT 346 comments

I make SUSE 9.2, 9.1 w/KDE 3.3 and 9.1 packages of Lipstik.
They're available here:
- direct download:
- categorized web interface:
- apt-get:
rpm SuSE/9.2-i386 suser-guru

(0.7 will be there tomorrow morning (GMT+1), after the nightly sync). - Nov 30 2004

Graphic Apps by CKulT 185 comments

There's a weird issue with ksquirrel though, that has been reported to me by some users who installed my package:
on startup, it gives an error "The file or folder /usr/lib/squirrel does not exist."

Now, first of all, ksquirrel should use /opt/kde3/lib as its library prefix, even more because I explicitely specify --libdir=/opt/kde3/lib to ./configure.

But the strangest part is that ksquirrel actually doesn't even seem to have its own lib directory.

Could you clarify this please, as I don't have the time to track it down in the sources myself ?
(do you prefer a bug report on SF ?) - Nov 21 2004

Graphic Apps by CKulT 185 comments

Someone asked for binary packages ? ;)

I just built RPMs for SUSE Linux (9.1 and 9.2).
They're available on my SUSE RPM site, here:

(actually they will be available at around 06:00 AM tomorrow (Nov 22) GMT+1, it's after the nightly sync) - Nov 20 2004
Burning Machine

Various Stuff by meNGele 12 comments

To "install" this theme as a user, no need to put the files in the K3B system-wide "pic" path.

Just unpack the archive like this:
mkdir -p ~/.kde/share/apps/k3b/pics
tar xzf 16454-bmachine.tar.gz -C ~/.kde/share/apps/k3b/pics/

and there you go. - Sep 23 2004

FTP by Kostko 106 comments

I provide an SuSE 9.1 RPM on my RPM site:

An APT (apt4rpm) repository is available as well (see website for details).
(will be available some hours from now, with the next rsync) - Sep 17 2004