kimaidou wrote:
> Hi all
> I spend the day creating a small zenity + bash application wich records 
> the sound from the built-in freerunner microphone into a wav file.

YAY! I've been hoping for something like this for a while. :D

On 2008.12 + Kustomizer 0.3:

r...@om-gta02:~# opkg install
s/armv4t/zenity_2.20.1-r0_armv4t.ipk -force-depends
Installing zenity (2.20.1-r0) to root...
Installing libgnomecanvas-2-0 (2.20.0-r0) to root...
Installing libgailutil18 (1.20.0-r0) to root...
Installing libart-lgpl-2-2 (2.3.19-r2) to root...
Configuring libart-lgpl-2-2
Configuring libgailutil18
Configuring libgnomecanvas-2-0
Configuring zenity
r...@om-gta02:~# opkg install voicenote_0.1_arm.ipk
Installing voicenote (0.1) to root...
Configuring voicenote
r...@om-gta02:~# ls         ### Software launched and run from GUI               kustomizer
Applications              kustomizer_messages.log
FB_samplebook.txt         packages
Settings                  playlists
backup                    rec-2009-02-19-23-37.wav <- #### RECORDED file
bkupapplications          voicenote_0.1_arm.ipk

The UI isn't pretty or intuitive, there is no where to set options but 
for v0.1 it works fine! :D

Well done and thank you!


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