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So I woul like to put this in the GambOS iso to show off more things that can be done with Gambas.

So anyone who wants to help out is welcome, I just don't have the time to do everything.

John

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And what information would About this PC have to show.
Shouldn 't be that hard as LibGb3Devaid retrieves quite a lot of information… :thumbs:

Take care,

Willy


Systems:
Linux Mint 13 - Mate 1.6 - Gambas 3.5.3
Ubuntu 10.04 - Gnome 2.30 - Gambas 3.5.2
Raspbian wheezy - LXDE 0.5.10 - Gambas 3.5.2 (on a Raspberry Pi)
Lubuntu 12.04 - LXDE 0.5.8 - Gambas 3.5.3 (on a 11 year old PC!!)
 (+ a bunch of VMs with Debian, Fedora, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu and Linux Mint for application testing purposes
 running either Gambas 3.4.1, Gambas 3.5.1, Gambas 3.5.2, Gambas 3.5.3 or Gambas 3.5.90)

Projects:
Gambas ShowCase, a Gambas 3 applications software center.
How To Gambas, a series of guides to learn programming in Gambas 3.
GambOS, a distribution aimed at being a Gambas 3 learning environment.
Library Gambas3 Developer Aid, a Gambas 3 library to for retrieval of system info, bug reporting and more.

gbWilly said

What strikes me most is that, every time I don't really know how to do something in Gambas
in the end it turns out to be much more simple than I ever expected…
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That is what I was hoping for but I have not played with it. I would like to pick up where I left off the last time.

I will make something up when I get the chance.

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This is kind of what I had in mind. Not sure if I should put the Gambas graphics in it or not.


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Send me a source tar with your form design and I'll code it for you using LibGb3DevAid..

Take care,

Willy


Systems:
Linux Mint 13 - Mate 1.6 - Gambas 3.5.3
Ubuntu 10.04 - Gnome 2.30 - Gambas 3.5.2
Raspbian wheezy - LXDE 0.5.10 - Gambas 3.5.2 (on a Raspberry Pi)
Lubuntu 12.04 - LXDE 0.5.8 - Gambas 3.5.3 (on a 11 year old PC!!)
 (+ a bunch of VMs with Debian, Fedora, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu and Linux Mint for application testing purposes
 running either Gambas 3.4.1, Gambas 3.5.1, Gambas 3.5.2, Gambas 3.5.3 or Gambas 3.5.90)

Projects:
Gambas ShowCase, a Gambas 3 applications software center.
How To Gambas, a series of guides to learn programming in Gambas 3.
GambOS, a distribution aimed at being a Gambas 3 learning environment.
Library Gambas3 Developer Aid, a Gambas 3 library to for retrieval of system info, bug reporting and more.

gbWilly said

What strikes me most is that, every time I don't really know how to do something in Gambas
in the end it turns out to be much more simple than I ever expected…
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Here ya go and thanks for the help. Trying to think of good stuff to put in alpha 3.

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About this PC running on GambOS Alpha 2

Your lsb-release file needs to have all info in DISTRIB_DISTRIBUTION as shown below!!

LibGb3DevAid-gtk needs to be installed on your system!!

Source archive:

Download removed because of newer version

Edit: Scroll down for more recent release!!

To do by you:
1. Add an application icon
2. Work on the layout and looks
3. Let me now if it fits your needs


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Take care,

Willy


Systems:
Linux Mint 13 - Mate 1.6 - Gambas 3.5.3
Ubuntu 10.04 - Gnome 2.30 - Gambas 3.5.2
Raspbian wheezy - LXDE 0.5.10 - Gambas 3.5.2 (on a Raspberry Pi)
Lubuntu 12.04 - LXDE 0.5.8 - Gambas 3.5.3 (on a 11 year old PC!!)
 (+ a bunch of VMs with Debian, Fedora, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu and Linux Mint for application testing purposes
 running either Gambas 3.4.1, Gambas 3.5.1, Gambas 3.5.2, Gambas 3.5.3 or Gambas 3.5.90)

Projects:
Gambas ShowCase, a Gambas 3 applications software center.
How To Gambas, a series of guides to learn programming in Gambas 3.
GambOS, a distribution aimed at being a Gambas 3 learning environment.
Library Gambas3 Developer Aid, a Gambas 3 library to for retrieval of system info, bug reporting and more.

gbWilly said

What strikes me most is that, every time I don't really know how to do something in Gambas
in the end it turns out to be much more simple than I ever expected…
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I am about to have version 0.0.2 finished…way better.. :thumbs:
First run it on GambOS Alpha 2

Take care,

Willy


Systems:
Linux Mint 13 - Mate 1.6 - Gambas 3.5.3
Ubuntu 10.04 - Gnome 2.30 - Gambas 3.5.2
Raspbian wheezy - LXDE 0.5.10 - Gambas 3.5.2 (on a Raspberry Pi)
Lubuntu 12.04 - LXDE 0.5.8 - Gambas 3.5.3 (on a 11 year old PC!!)
 (+ a bunch of VMs with Debian, Fedora, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu and Linux Mint for application testing purposes
 running either Gambas 3.4.1, Gambas 3.5.1, Gambas 3.5.2, Gambas 3.5.3 or Gambas 3.5.90)

Projects:
Gambas ShowCase, a Gambas 3 applications software center.
How To Gambas, a series of guides to learn programming in Gambas 3.
GambOS, a distribution aimed at being a Gambas 3 learning environment.
Library Gambas3 Developer Aid, a Gambas 3 library to for retrieval of system info, bug reporting and more.

gbWilly said

What strikes me most is that, every time I don't really know how to do something in Gambas
in the end it turns out to be much more simple than I ever expected…
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Version 0.0.2 in GambOS Alpha 2

Version 0.0.2 in Linux Mint 13 Maya


Desktop now shown
Free memory shown and updated every second
Background image
Code improvements


Source Archive:
Attachment


Req. LibGb3DevAid-gtk 1.0.0 installed

Take care,

Willy


Systems:
Linux Mint 13 - Mate 1.6 - Gambas 3.5.3
Ubuntu 10.04 - Gnome 2.30 - Gambas 3.5.2
Raspbian wheezy - LXDE 0.5.10 - Gambas 3.5.2 (on a Raspberry Pi)
Lubuntu 12.04 - LXDE 0.5.8 - Gambas 3.5.3 (on a 11 year old PC!!)
 (+ a bunch of VMs with Debian, Fedora, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu and Linux Mint for application testing purposes
 running either Gambas 3.4.1, Gambas 3.5.1, Gambas 3.5.2, Gambas 3.5.3 or Gambas 3.5.90)

Projects:
Gambas ShowCase, a Gambas 3 applications software center.
How To Gambas, a series of guides to learn programming in Gambas 3.
GambOS, a distribution aimed at being a Gambas 3 learning environment.
Library Gambas3 Developer Aid, a Gambas 3 library to for retrieval of system info, bug reporting and more.

gbWilly said

What strikes me most is that, every time I don't really know how to do something in Gambas
in the end it turns out to be much more simple than I ever expected…
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Dude, that is so cool!

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So what do you think a good icon would be for it?

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Then:
1. download the archive.
2. Unpack archive to some location you know
3. Start Gambas IDE and select Open Project…
4. Browse to known location and look for the unpacked folder.
5. Select the folder and open project in IDE
6. Now you can run from IDE yourself  :thumbs:

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Take care,

Willy


Systems:
Linux Mint 13 - Mate 1.6 - Gambas 3.5.3
Ubuntu 10.04 - Gnome 2.30 - Gambas 3.5.2
Raspbian wheezy - LXDE 0.5.10 - Gambas 3.5.2 (on a Raspberry Pi)
Lubuntu 12.04 - LXDE 0.5.8 - Gambas 3.5.3 (on a 11 year old PC!!)
 (+ a bunch of VMs with Debian, Fedora, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu and Linux Mint for application testing purposes
 running either Gambas 3.4.1, Gambas 3.5.1, Gambas 3.5.2, Gambas 3.5.3 or Gambas 3.5.90)

Projects:
Gambas ShowCase, a Gambas 3 applications software center.
How To Gambas, a series of guides to learn programming in Gambas 3.
GambOS, a distribution aimed at being a Gambas 3 learning environment.
Library Gambas3 Developer Aid, a Gambas 3 library to for retrieval of system info, bug reporting and more.

gbWilly said

What strikes me most is that, every time I don't really know how to do something in Gambas
in the end it turns out to be much more simple than I ever expected…
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So what do you think a good icon would be for it?
Check the source archive… ;):lol:

Take care,

Willy


Systems:
Linux Mint 13 - Mate 1.6 - Gambas 3.5.3
Ubuntu 10.04 - Gnome 2.30 - Gambas 3.5.2
Raspbian wheezy - LXDE 0.5.10 - Gambas 3.5.2 (on a Raspberry Pi)
Lubuntu 12.04 - LXDE 0.5.8 - Gambas 3.5.3 (on a 11 year old PC!!)
 (+ a bunch of VMs with Debian, Fedora, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu and Linux Mint for application testing purposes
 running either Gambas 3.4.1, Gambas 3.5.1, Gambas 3.5.2, Gambas 3.5.3 or Gambas 3.5.90)

Projects:
Gambas ShowCase, a Gambas 3 applications software center.
How To Gambas, a series of guides to learn programming in Gambas 3.
GambOS, a distribution aimed at being a Gambas 3 learning environment.
Library Gambas3 Developer Aid, a Gambas 3 library to for retrieval of system info, bug reporting and more.

gbWilly said

What strikes me most is that, every time I don't really know how to do something in Gambas
in the end it turns out to be much more simple than I ever expected…
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ooowww, it is calling for sysinfo load all. I forgot to load something in my new system.

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should have loaded Req. LibGb3DevAid-gtk 1.0.0 installed.

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I downloaded the Req. LibGb3DevAid-gtk alpha3 that is on this site but it will not give me the option to install after gdebi comes up.

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LibGb3DevAid Alpha 3 is a very old verion DO NOT USE IT!!.
Look in stable repository for version 1.0.0!!!

Take care,

Willy


Systems:
Linux Mint 13 - Mate 1.6 - Gambas 3.5.3
Ubuntu 10.04 - Gnome 2.30 - Gambas 3.5.2
Raspbian wheezy - LXDE 0.5.10 - Gambas 3.5.2 (on a Raspberry Pi)
Lubuntu 12.04 - LXDE 0.5.8 - Gambas 3.5.3 (on a 11 year old PC!!)
 (+ a bunch of VMs with Debian, Fedora, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu and Linux Mint for application testing purposes
 running either Gambas 3.4.1, Gambas 3.5.1, Gambas 3.5.2, Gambas 3.5.3 or Gambas 3.5.90)

Projects:
Gambas ShowCase, a Gambas 3 applications software center.
How To Gambas, a series of guides to learn programming in Gambas 3.
GambOS, a distribution aimed at being a Gambas 3 learning environment.
Library Gambas3 Developer Aid, a Gambas 3 library to for retrieval of system info, bug reporting and more.

gbWilly said

What strikes me most is that, every time I don't really know how to do something in Gambas
in the end it turns out to be much more simple than I ever expected…
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Cr@p!


That worked! That is so cool.

I guess I can make a new background for it?

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I want to load the GTK and the QT4 version of DevAid in to GambOS if that is OK with you.

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I guess I can make a new background for it?
Yes you can, check the width and height of the PictureBox the background is in so you know the size of the image you need to use..
The image is in the projects Icons folder named GambOS-back.png, just replace it should be enough..

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Take care,

Willy


Systems:
Linux Mint 13 - Mate 1.6 - Gambas 3.5.3
Ubuntu 10.04 - Gnome 2.30 - Gambas 3.5.2
Raspbian wheezy - LXDE 0.5.10 - Gambas 3.5.2 (on a Raspberry Pi)
Lubuntu 12.04 - LXDE 0.5.8 - Gambas 3.5.3 (on a 11 year old PC!!)
 (+ a bunch of VMs with Debian, Fedora, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu and Linux Mint for application testing purposes
 running either Gambas 3.4.1, Gambas 3.5.1, Gambas 3.5.2, Gambas 3.5.3 or Gambas 3.5.90)

Projects:
Gambas ShowCase, a Gambas 3 applications software center.
How To Gambas, a series of guides to learn programming in Gambas 3.
GambOS, a distribution aimed at being a Gambas 3 learning environment.
Library Gambas3 Developer Aid, a Gambas 3 library to for retrieval of system info, bug reporting and more.

gbWilly said

What strikes me most is that, every time I don't really know how to do something in Gambas
in the end it turns out to be much more simple than I ever expected…
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