Long time no see… :< It’s being some time I’ve being looking for a system-wide equalizer for linux, but never really searched if there is really an option for it. In ArchLinux, as usual, it’s quite simple. You only have to install the package pulseaudio-equalizer-ladspa
Execute the next command to enable de dbus module in pulseaudio:
echo "load-module module-dbus-protocol"| sudo tee -a /etc/pulse/default.qa
Then you only have enable the equalizer sink in the Sound panel of gnome-control-center
And finally you will see the next window where you can tune each band or use the presets available from the dropdown at the right part of the window.
This Wednesday, November 24th, we made a lecture at the University of Coruña to tech and linguistic people, related with the projects that our galician opensource community are managing and what are their states, and for the other hand how to improve translations by using different techniques we are currently applying in GNOME and Ubuntu.
This lecture was part of two weeks of course, where the more proficient people of open source community of Galicia have explained how they work and how anyone could colaborate with them doing tasks as translations, managing projects or reviewing.
You can find more information about all the lectures at the webpage of Trasno Association[in galician]. This course was sponsorized by our regional gobernment (Xunta de Galicia).
These are our 5 presentations for the lecture, but you can read them at slideshare [in galician]:
Mabishu has been working and managing GNOME translations for Galician language, and this Saturday, October 16th, we are going to make a speech about our experiences in translation and coordination with this amazing community. This event is sponsorized by Mabishu Studio, OpenHost and our regional gobernment (Xunta de Galicia).
These are the slides for the speech and you can read it at slideshare [in galician]: