|Tuesday August 31 2004||
This is the old fbgetty site at the new project address: http://projects.meuh.org/fbgetty/. Update your bookmarks.
The public CVS repository is closed.
|Thursday August 15 2002||
The site is back online. Page desappeared in a disk crash. This outtage was fixed
shortly, but i haven't found time to upgrade the cvs to the new disk scheme.
|Friday January 18 2002||
There's some minor cosmetics bugs with fbgetty-0.1.698 (and previous): some informations must be better display: configure result and fbgetty --compile, issue is not concerned.
For MIPS users, there's a bug in config.guess and config.sub, so before trying to configure the package, they have to download new version of those scripts:
$ tar xvzf fbgetty-0.1.698.tar.gz $ cd fbgetty-0.1.698/config $ wget ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/config/config.guess $ wget ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/config/config.sub $ chmod a+x config.guess $ chmod a+x config.sub $ cd .. $ ./configure.default
|Saturday December 29 2001||
fbgetty-0.1.698 is released today
The 0.1 branch is officially closed. Next development for release 0.2 will focus on a better code design. CVS will be updated on default branch (HEAD).
Happy New Year (with a new fbgetty ;).
|Thursday December 27 2001||
fbgetty-0.1.698test2 is released today
|Sunday December 23 2001||
fbgetty-0.1.698test is released today
I will be quite unavailable during the next 2 weeks, so don't expect to find me on IRC. Notice that i'm no more always on channel #fbgetty from the irc.tuxfamily.org server for some months. Send an email to make an appointement with me if you want to discuss.
|Friday September 07 2001||
fbgetty-0.1.69 is released today
I said the 0.1 branch was closed, but it appears that i cannot make what i want!
This test release was made for Debian maintainer purpose, it support a more powerfull secure exec support for running program from issue. Autoconf-2.52e was used for the configure script.
|Thursday September 06 2001||
fbgetty-0.1.6 is released today
|Tuesday August 29 2001||
The fbgetty source code is now available through a public CVS server, see cvs information
|Tuesday August 28 2001||
The web site is now edited through CVS. Just commit the changes, and they appear on the site. Changes are logged on mailling: email@example.com
The fbgetty source code will be on CVS by the end of the week. Yes, really, after too long time!
|Tuesday August 21 2001||
No new release, some patches were available on mailing list. I still waiting for porting fbgetty to ia64.
Please check the cvs informations, because it was migrated. Still no fbgetty repository, only the web site is available. It's now possible to browse the cvs repository online
The mailing list were also migrated, they are now hosted by Savannah. Alias are setup, so don't worry about how send message, the old address are still valid. But the subscription mechanism and the archive are changed
New: check out fbsh. It's an another fbgetty able to display XPM pictures. There is also the fbsh program that run a shell in graphical window on the framebuffer, it's quite limited but interesting
|Saturday July 21 2001||Late again, but bug are fixed (i hope so) !
fbgetty-0.1.6test release is available. This test release includes a new vt switching code (more faster, no longer lock screen) and corrects many bugs, see NEWS.
Download now fbgetty-0.1.6test.tar.gz (241k) and test it.
|Monday July 09 2001||Before the end of the week, a test release will be available for fbgetty-0.1.6.
A fbgetty channel on IRC is born: go to irc.tuxfamily.org, channel #fbgetty, and you will be able to discuss with fbgetty author, me :-).
fbgetty project page at freshmeat.net was updated.
Remember to subscribe to fbgetty mailing lists. You will get announces for package and homepage updates and much more ! (low volume).
|Thursday July 05 2001||
Problems were reported by debian package maintainer:
|Wednesday June 13 2001||The fbgetty has a project page on Savannah.
Savannah is like SourceForge
but maintened by the GNU project. Primary goal of Savannah was to host GNU projects,
but it was extented to host any free software project.
Be prepared for a big move!
|Wednesday May 23 2001||The fbgetty web site is available by anonymous CVS. For more information, have a look here.|
|Friday April 20 2001||Some parts of the fbgetty documentation are available online here|
|Wednesday April 18 2001||This day fbgetty homepage moved here.
Thanks to tuxfamily.org,
you will never get some kind of advices like on previous hosting service.
The fbgetty project will probably gain a mailing list, some ftp space and a CVS repository.
|Tuesday April 05 2001||After a long week, the final 0.1.5 release is here.
Nothing new for the users since 0.1.5test.
But check the code, some parts are cleaner but other ones are really strange
People using 0.1.4 are encouraged to upgrade.
See NEWS. Download now fbgetty-0.1.5.tar.gz (229k) and test it.
|Thursday March 01 2001||At this time, I get no report for the test release. I will make an announcement for the test release on freshmeat by the end of the week. Then i will wait another week before releasing the 0.1.5 final release. I'm waiting for bugs.|
|Sunday February 25 2001||I release today a test release for fbgetty-0.1.5.
This one support long tag, program arguments, and much more. See NEWS. Download now fbgetty-0.1.5test.tar.gz (226k) and test it.
|2000 old News|
|1999 old News|
The project has a
The project is hosted by TuxFamily
All the documenation is here
To subscribe to any list, just send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with subscribe in the mail body. The mailing list manager will send a request for confirmation. Just reply to the message asis.
To unsubscribe, send a email to email@example.com with unsubscribe in the mail body.
You can ask the mail manager to get help by putting help in the mail body
Currently, there are 4 mailing lists:
All part of fbgetty (source code, documentation, web site) is available by CVS. For those who don't know what CVS is, go here
The fbgetty source code and web site are stored into two separate repositories. You will have to login in each one you want use. Account are not shared: if you have write access to web site but no account for the source code, you should ask for another account on the source code repository.
The 2 repositories are
You could browse the fbgetty web site cvs repository online or the fbgetty source code cvs repository.
cvs -d ':pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/project' login
At the password prompt, just hit return there is no password
Then checkout the source:
cvs -d ':pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/project' -z3 checkout module
Sometimes the source is updated, to keep synchronized use:
cd where the source code is
cvs -z3 update -P -d
If you want to rewrite/enhance/update the fbgetty source code or web site, you can request a write access to the CVS repository. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If your request is approved, you will get a user name and a password.
Now you need to login:
cvs -d ':pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/repository' login
Type your password
And checkout the source (don't keep any anonymous source tree, because the
username is saved, so you won't be able to commit changes):
cvs -d ':pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/repository' -z3 checkout module
Then make your changes.
If you think your changes are good, send them, but do not forgot to document.
Please use the same format as ChangeLog.
But before doing some changes, notice that there is something like a Coding Style,
and a way of doing things but it's not formal.
cvs -z3 commit (Note: you commit all the changes made in the current directory by default.
You can specify files to commit on the command line)
fbgetty bugs are stored at bug.tuxfamily.org. To see already knwon bugs, you could log in as anonymous (password: anonymous). To report bug, log in as fbgetty-bug (password: fbgetty-bug). Or you can create a new account. Registered cvs developper get a privilieged access to the bug report system. All informations changed in the BTS (Bug Tracking System) appear on the mailing list email@example.com.