Posts Tagged ‘Ubuntu’

Zeitgeist is out!

World, the first Zeitgeist release is out! From the release announcement (slightly modified): ««« With great joy and excitement, the Zeitgeist Team is proud to announce Zeitgeist 0.2 codename: okidoki), the first public release of the ultimate service for event logging (yes, there was no 0.1 announcement, we are too cool for that). Zeitgeist is […]

Zeitgeist since UDS

Quite some stuff has been going on in Zeitgeist since UDS, including the addition of two new developers to our team: Mikkel Kamstrup and Markus Korn, who both have been doing awesome work! As planned, we split the project into the engine (Zeitgeist) and the default graphical user interface (GNOME Activity Journal), but during this […]

No sound on HP Pavilion dv6-1110ss

I’ve recently installed Ubuntu Jaunty on an HP Pavilion dv6-1110ss and everything I tried worked fine except for one thing: there was no sound. After searching for a while and trying out some stuff, the solution is easy. Just open file /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf and add the following lines: options snd-pcsp index=-2 alias snd-card-0 snd-hda-intel alias sound-slot-0 […]

Updated Voxforge packages in Ubuntu

Just a quick note today to mention that I’ve updated the julius-voxforge package in Ubuntu Karmic from the two-years old 0.1.1~build726 to a recent daily snapshot. This new one has been generated using much more recorded speech (but on the other hand there are also some errors in the transcriptions which haven’t been fixed yet […]

UDS 2009

This being the first time I’m in person at a UDS, I know how difficult it is to follow it remotely and thus my intention was to blog about it daily, but now that I’ve been there I see why there aren’t many people doing this – it’s just too busy ;). Anyway, now that […]

 
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