Jim Lesurf | 28 Jun 15:29 2014
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ROXAudioRecorder

Just to let people know I've now written a simple audio recorder program.
This is called ROXAudioRecorder and can be downloaded via a link from

http://www.audiomisc.co.uk/software/index.html

The source code is included as usual. And the download is a 21k tgz.

It saves recordings as LPCM wave files.

It works here for all the USB ADCs I have. But note I've only designed it
to cover stereo 16/24/32 bit LPCM. There is a Help file in the
application's directory to explain how to set it up and use it. I hope that
it should work with most audio cards and devices that use the common ALSA
formats, etc. There's a Help file provided to explain in more detail.

Cheers,

Jim

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Liam Proven | 7 Jun 13:23 2014
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What ROX' author has been up to recently

I thought people might find this interesting. I did.

http://roscidus.com/blog/blog/2014/06/06/python-to-ocaml-retrospective/

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Jim Lesurf | 6 Jun 20:29 2014
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FTP app?

Is there an FTP app for ROX/ROXfiler? Ideally one based on the standard
commands but  giving a desktop GUI. Ideally like FTPc or similar?

Jim

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Abrolag | 30 Mar 01:24 2014
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display svg icons and thumbnails

I've just done an install on a new machine and have completely forgotten how to
enable this - unfortunately it's one of the few things I didn't put in my
notes :(

Anyone know how to do it?

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gmp.samk-01 | 31 Oct 10:05 2013
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Re: ROX-Filer Copy Command to CIFS

On 18 October 2013 Thomas Leonard - talex5 <at> g... wrote
> Sure, just submit a (Git) patch or pull request.
>
I am not in a position to do this.  Perhaps you, or other
long-standing ROX developers might be better placed to implement the
change.

The mailing list contains the following from july/August 2012.
http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_name=501B1B7F.5030909%40pelena.com.au&forum_name=rox-devel

It appears the symptoms are similar to those observed when using CIFS.
 A patch was offered at that time, however it is unlear whether it was
implemented.

SamK

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gmp.samk-01 | 16 Oct 16:28 2013
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ROX-Filer Copy Command to CIFS

I'm working with the lead developer of antiX.  Since 2007 all its
releases have shipped with ROX-Filer and Pinboard as the distro
defaults.

Hoping to find help with a bogus ROX-Filer error message that can be
obtained when copying files to a cifs (Samba) share.  The error says
the copy failed, but in fact completes successfully.

antiX also ships with other file managers, SpaceFM and Midnight
Commander (mc).  The error message is not generated when using these
or the standard CLI "cp" command.

The problem seems to be caused by the way ROX-Filer copies files and
dirs using the command "cp -p".

There is a workaround mentioned in the Troubleshooting section of this
ROX reference guide.  Look in the sub-section "Errors when copying to
Windows partitions"
http://rox.sourceforge.net/desktop/book/export/html/1.html.
Unfortunately it cannot be used when mounting cifs (Samba) shares as
the "quiet" option is invalid.

Is there a way to force the "cp" rather than "cp -p"?

Alternatively, could an option be added to ROX-Filer-->Options-->Drag
and Drop-->(or similar) to make parameters to the "cp" command user
specifiable?

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Abrolag | 24 Sep 21:54 2013
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DevTray borked :(

This has been a bit flaky for a while now producing 'Insertion Error' when
trying to open CDs but nevertheless succeeding eventually, and as I don't have
much use for CDs these days I've not bothered with it.

However, with the latest version of debian testing it has failed completely.
(This is on the computer at work - I haven't done the latest upgrade at home)

Also, I can't file a bug report because the error 'save' dialogue doesn't work
either!

Looking at the on-screen report there is something about HAL and udev not
getting a reply in time.

As a temporary measure I can get round this using pmount and pumount but I
really would like a solution that plays nice with ROX. If I use pmount to
access a USB stick I can't then unmount via the ROX dialogue .

I know there hasn't been any development for a long time now, but I'd be very
grateful if someone could have a look at this.

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Mike Hobbs | 18 Apr 16:18 2013

rox on ubuntu 12.10

Installed rox and it runs, but...

1. it can only be started from the command line
   (e.g. rox -n &)
   I've tried numerous suggestions as to how to launch it from
   the Unity launcher or gnome desktop launcher, or a backdrop
   icon. None work.

2. as rox-filer is running as a detached process it produces
   (rox:14926): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment 
with non-zero page size is deprecated

3. curiously, when running rox from sudo su root session
   it is not necessary to use the "-n" option on the
   command line, but when running as another user, I have
   to use "rox -n" otherwise nothing happens.

4. Ideally, I'd have rox-filer as the default file manager
   but the procedure someone published for changing the
   default filer from nautilus to some other filer didn't
   work for rox-filer.

5. I found the installation pages on the web site very
   confusing and could not get them to work. In the end
   I used "apt-get install rox-filer" and it worked. Perhaps
   its time to update the web pages, which iirc mentioned
   Rox-All 1.3 and when I followed the links to download
   it lead me to Archive 2.3 (and not Rox-All).

Any answers/pointers would be welcome
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minhsien0330 | 8 Feb 14:44 2013
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Automatically refresh mounting state of the device icons on pinboard?

Dear all:
I drag /media/sdb1 to pinboard, the icon (/media/sdb1) on pinboard has a "small ball" on upper left corner which means the device /media/sdb1 is mounted.

If I umount /media/sdb1, the "small ball" of icon on pinboard will not disappear unless I move the mouse over the icon.

Do you know how to make the device icon on pinboard automatically refresh it's mounting state?

Thanks a lot~

Best Regards,
Minhsien
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Dennis Nezic | 31 Jan 19:31 2013
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Better "select by name" behavior

So, currently (rox-2.10), when you MINI_SELECT_BY_NAME (. command), it
defaults to the "*." glob -- i.e. it assumes we want to select by a
certain file extension. I found that I usually wasn't searching by file
extension, but rather by keywords within filenames, and often found
myself having to backspace. So, I think it would be better to not have
that initial default glob.

Also, when matches were found, although they were selected, the window
wouldn't scroll to them (if they weren't visible -- ie. in a folder
with many files.) I think the window should jump to the first match,
much like the current MINI_PATH does. This little patch here does
something like that, although I'm not sure if it's the best way :P --
it will move the window and the non-highlighted-selected entry down one
each time a new glob is matched.
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Jim Lesurf | 16 Jan 13:34 2013
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ROXtone, etc

Hi,

I've just added another rox application (ROXtone) to my software page at
http://www.audiomisc.co.uk/software/index.html

This follows on from ROXscope, so I can now use my machines as a combined
signal source and scope/fft-analyser for audio tests.

I'm wondering if anyone might like to mention/link the applications or page
on the main ROX pages that list applications, etc.

Slainte,

Jim

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