Involved Projects and Packages
Latest and greatest stable release packages for the Video Disk Recorder.
Additional plugins can be found in the vdr:plugins subproject.
This project archives the old VDR 2.2 packages and corresponding plugins
Old vdr 2.4 packages are archived here. No new builds etc. just for reference
This project keeps the old VDR 1.6 packages as they were included until openSUSE 13.1
vdr:plugins contains the "less well maintained" plugins for VDR
Packages in here are provided "as-is", might fail to build or work and might be removed at any time. In short: stuff in here is unsupported.
If you want to use such a package and help maintaining it, then help getting it into the main "vdr" repo.
Unstable development versions (or the next stable version)
The SPICE client provides access to a remote machine's display and devices.
The SPICE server library is used by virtualization software (eg kvm) to expose
a (virtual) machine's display and devices to a SPICE client.
Spice agent for Linux guests offering the following features:
* Client mouse mode (no need to grab mouse by client, no mouse lag)
this is handled by the daemon by feeding mouse events into the kernel
via uinput. This will only work if the active X-session is running a
spice-vdagent process so that its resolution can be determined.
* Automatic adjustment of the X-session resolution to the client resolution
* Support of copy and paste (text and images) between the active X-session
and the client
This is the X11:Utilities project. Its main purpose is to serve as development project for packages around the topic of X11 utilities in the openSUSE:Factory distribution. If you want to participate you can contact us individually or use our mailinglist email@example.com. Please report bugs to the respective bugowners as set.
ARandR is designed to provide a simple visual front end for XRandR. Relative
monitor positions are shown graphically and can be changed in a drag-and-drop
Project for Xfce core components and Xfce-related programs and libraries
See http://en.opensuse.org/X11:xfce for more information
This is an internal package that is used to create the patterns as part
of the installation source setup. Installation of this package does
not make sense.
This particular package contains the Xfce patterns.
This project builds live images for optical media and USB sticks with Xfce software.
This is where we build and test the latest and unstable release of Xfce Desktop Environment for openSUSE.
In a playful way, a rat is meant to represent the unpolished nature of this release: a rat is scruffy looking compared to a mouse (the cute and beloved mascot of Xfce).
The goal of this project is to test and preview the new software so that bugs can be spotted and fixed ahead of time by contributing upstream.
The software in this repository is from Xfce Git Master Branch thus meant for development and testing only. Its use in production devices is strongly discouraged as the software is likely to have bugs and be unstable.
This project aims to build VM images and containers using Xfce from GIT master with customized openSUSE settings.
These KVM & Xen and VMWare images use Xfce GIT master (Tumbleweed RAT) with customized openSUSE settings. They are meant for testing Xfce latest builds that will be the future openSUSE Xfce Tumbleweed.
This repository builds Xfce VM images with vanilla/upstream settings. It is meant for Xfce devs who want to build and test software inside a full Xfce environment.