This is a Dynebolic wishlist. If you want something added to Dynebolic, you can add it here.
Please only add software that is free (as in speech).
Please say who you are that wants it, and why (say something about it)
See also the DyneBolicSoftwareList
- ext4 filesystem support, allows access to latest linux distro's harddrives (currently there isn't ext4 support, is it?)
- Some tool or instructions to make it easier to set up a working user on a nest/dock so as not to run as root all the time (better security). - GW
Invade windows - with NTFS write support now available it should be a priority to get it working to invade all those machines running XP/Vista & show the users how slow that is in comparison to d:b.
- screen wish: 800x480
pxe client boot. like ClusterKnoppix does.
- rdesktop, vnc, nx, etc. like dls.nexedi.org
OSD & remote control burn vcd/dvd from handycam
- ALSA 1.0.8, for better sound module support (specifically the Motif R and a number of USB keyboards)
- something similar to ltsp, easy configuration of remote X server-terminals architecture
- What about if I could install a new application on my hard-disk and then burn a new Dynebolic Bootable CD including it?
- that can probably be UnionFS, help is welcome to set that up -jrml
- kernel 2.6 in dyne:II
Necessary kernel patch "OpenMosix" is not available for kernel versions above 2.4.x -martin
- The FATX driver for Linux 2.6 is broken: serious Linux distributions for XBoxes must still use the 2.4 kernel. When they come out with Dynebolic 2, we'll lose XBox support for FATX formatted partitions (if the XBox has cromwell instead, you could wipe the drive clean and format it all as an ext3 filesystem).
- Broken as of when? They work fine for many people.
- Drivers (hardware support) for:
- Wacom Graphire II tablet mouse - I can't use dynebolic at all as I only have the tablet: X-Evian includes support for this already so I suspect drivers are easilyavailable.
- updates to X will support this.
Prism54 wireless chipset, http://prism54.org, included in kernel 2.6.5 (though still unclear whether firmware is free software)
Atmel wireless chipset, http://atmelwlandriver.sourceforge.net
vloopback (see http://veejay.sourceforge.net/mini_howto.html) vloopback lets you use software to feed a application that only takes v4l inputs. (can be found at http://www.lavrsen.dk/twiki/bin/view/Motion/VideoFourLinuxLoopbackDevice)
SAA7134 Chipset (see http://linux.bytesex.org/v4l2/saa7134.html)
ZD1201 Zydas USB Wireless chispet - cheap and good for external USB antenna wifi mounts http://linux-lc100020.sourceforge.net/ erisian
- Instant webserver, e.g. XAMPP (Apache+MySQL+PHP+Perl) or monkeyd
- * looks like there is already boa, but no obvious documentation
- Software for an image-gallery, e.g. HTMLAlbum or Qdig "Quick Digital Image Gallery"
- Network-Tools: nmap (also in menu)
pdf-viewer (also in menu) present! (xpdf) but needs to be in the menu
Or better yet, just bundle in PySol.
- For each application, at least one matching datafile / document / picture / music etc. (e.g. hydrogen plays right away, but not soundtracker or terminatorx)
Utility for syncing a palm-pda, e.g. pilot-link or xnotes, see http://www.graphics-muse.com/xnotes/ug-palmos.html
Xsupplicant - An open source implementation of IEEE 802.1x authentication tool- http://open1x.sourceforge.net/
System to manage modules on a docked system. Have experimented with having a directory (park) to keep unwanted modules in (un-needed modules hog RAM). At the moment I have just used Midnight Commander to move modules between the /modules & the /park folders. Perhaps a nice frontend to manage listing, parking & unparking modules with a reboot button as well? Ultimately the means to load/unload modules on a running sytem
- Support for Power PC chipsets
- Blender application to be updated to most recent version if possible..
- More tools for sound convolution like Brutefir,etc...
DVDStyler, a easy GUI solution for making DVDs with menus and trimmings http://dvdstyler.sourceforge.net
Litestream, audio streaming server http://www.litestream.org
Rexima, commandline volume mixer http://rus.members.beeb.net/rexima.html
Rivendell, a radio broadcast solution http://www.salemradiolabs.com/rivendell/
POV-Ray, a raytracing software http://www.povray.org (NOT FREE)
mvc, Motion Video Capture, http://www.turbolinux.com.cn/~merlin/mvc/
Cinepaint (ex Film Gimp) (possibly in replacement for Gimp but more likely in addition to it) http://cinepaint.sourceforge.net
LyX, a document processor based on LaTeX. a Must for writers. http://www.lyx.org
ekg2 - im client http://ekg2.org/
GNU Gadu - is an "Instant Messenger" program created to work with protocols popular in Poland (but not only). http://gadu.gnu.pl/index.php?lang=en&page=news
Rocks'n'Diamonds http://www.artsoft.org/rocksndiamonds/ + Levels & Artwork
PowerManga in fullscreen
- possibility to change window size of "GNU screen" windows (with + and - keys)
Transcode - allow the conversion of video types from one format to another http://www.transcoding.org/ - erisian
Nicotine - soul seek p2p network client - good community for music http://nicotine.thegraveyard.org/ - erisian
BitTornado - or any other Bit Torrent client - erisian
- ecamegapedal - effects processor relying on ecasound
Wink http://debugmode.com/wink - for tutroials OR a tutorial on how to get ffmpeg to make tutroials.
Creox, a real time sound processor, http://www.uid0.sk/zyzstar/?creox, it's really nice as a guitar effector, and is easier to use than for instance jack-rack.
This is still in cvs, but already quite usable, GNU/Linux version will probably be in cvs for a long long while, so it would be kewl to include it anyway, oh and there's already a Debian package somewhere. Including it will be a great way to attract hurds of enthusiastic Mac OS X musicians
Qsynth - frontend for fluidsynth. Compiles & runs on dyne with no added dependencies. Is small mature & stable.
Muse - (same name as Jaromil's but a different project) an audio/midi sequencer. Great interface & really nice flexible mixer. Runs with no added dependencies. Handles soundfonts using fluidsynth. Slackware package worked great on dyne 2.4.2 [ http://www.muse-sequencer.org/ ] Have compiled & made a module for d:b so it works.
Isomaster - gui for editing iso images. Provides an easy way to make simple modifications to a d:b iso such as adding/removing modules or extracting & editing configuration files such as dyne.cfg. Just need to edit the install prefix in the makefile & it easily compiles & installs into a dyne module with no added dependencies needed.
Milkytracker [ http://www.milkytracker.net ] , a FT2 compatible open source tracker.