Articles related to GNU/Linux. Linux is a free Unix-type operating system originally created by Linus Torvalds with the assistance of developers around the world. Developed under the GNU General Public License , the source code for Linux is freely available to everyone.
GStreamer is a framework for creating streaming media applications. The fundamental design comes from the video pipeline at Oregon Graduate Institute, as well as some ideas from DirectShow.
GStreamer's development framework makes it possible to write any type of streaming multimedia application. The GStreamer framework is designed to make it easy to write applications that handle audio or video or both. It isn't restricted to audio and video, and can process any kind of data flow. The pipeline design is made to have little overhead above what the applied filters induce. This makes GStreamer a good framework for designing even high-end audio applications which put high demands on latency.
This category contains articles describing my experiments with GStreamer with the objective of creating a video processing pipeline for real time digital video broadcasting together with GNU Radio.
Gpredict is a real-time satellite tracking and orbit prediction application. It can track an unlimited number of satellites and display their position and other data in lists, tables, maps, and polar plots (radar view). Gpredict can also predict the time of future passes for a satellite, and provide you with detailed information about each pass. Gpredict will also allow you to track satellites relatively to different observer locations - at the same time. Gpredict is free software licensed under the GNU General Public License.
Eeeham is dedicated to hamradio applications on the Asus Eee PC – in particular the Eee PC 701 since this is the model I have. In the beginning the idea was to have a set of Linux ham radio applications built on a host computer then packaged and configured so that they can be run off an SD or USB disk on the eeepc. However, the Linux OS that came installed on my Eee PC 701 was one of the worst Linux experiences I have had for many years and I have decided to search for a better one.
Since December 2009, I am running Ubuntu 9.04 on my Eee PC 701. I have also tried the so-called netbook remix editions; however, these did not work well on this first generation netbook.