Posts from ‘October, 2006’

Traditional Chinese input on Linux with gcin

I was never really happy with xcin, and although scim seems a little better, it still has a lot of problems right out of the box, at least for those of us wanting to unput traditional Chinese using pinyin. gcin is the best input method for traditional Chinese on Linux I’ve found so far. Perhaps […]

Streamtuner

This has got to be one of the coolest, most useful apps for Linux I’ve come across in a long time. Streamtuner is a stream directory browser, and it allows you to record as well using the streamripper plugin. I installed streamtuner using yumex, and I think I installed streamripper from the command line. In […]