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Titel: Google Earth version 4 released for Linux  BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 06:16 Uhr



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Runs fine in Kanotix...Download here:

http://earth.google.com/download-earth.html
 
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Titel: Google Earth version 4 released for Linux  BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 06:40 Uhr



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flawless! Sehr glücklich
damn good news!!

thanks Bam!
 
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Titel: RE: Google Earth version 4 released for Linux  BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 07:46 Uhr



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Sweet! Thanks!! Sehr glücklich

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 10:22 Uhr



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Seems to work fine. Initially it failed with a message that video needed to be 32 bit - 24 bit is the maximum I can set my card to (mga driver issue for Matrox?). Setting it to 16 bit avoided the problem!?!

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 10:52 Uhr



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Idiot question (sorry) how do you install the .bin file?

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 11:10 Uhr



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As user (not as root) do "chmod +x" on the file, then just start it by calling its name.
 
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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 11:46 Uhr
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...or cd to its dir and sh goo....

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 13:41 Uhr



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@wakarimasen: to protect you from accidentally calling *some* binary while actually planning on running a likewise named binary *in your path* you have to specify the entire path to the binary; so make sure you prepend a "./" as in "./GoogleEarthLinux.bin". This does not apply to devil's tip, since he is in fact calling the *shell* providing GoogleEarthLinux.bin just as an argument

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 19:21 Uhr



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Worked perfectly for me! Sehr glücklich

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 19:21 Uhr



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Crashes here when loading after its all installed. Traurig
Cant say anymore except it totally dissapears after the splash screen. running ati drivers etc.

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 13.06.2006, 23:19 Uhr
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Recommended configuration

* Kernel 2.6 or later
* glibc 2.3.5 w/ NPTL or later
* x.org R6.7 or later
* System Memory (RAM): 512MB
* Hard Disk: 2GB free space
* Network Speed: 768 Kbits/sec
* Graphics Card: 3D-capable with 32MB of VRAM
* Screen: 1280x1024, 32 bit color

1) Go to Google Earth Beta (Version 4) and verify that your hardware/software meets requirements. Download it for Linux and make it executable

2) As user open a terminal and then cd into the directory where the .bin file resides. example: cd /home/piper

3) type ./GoogleEarthLinux.bin (note the ./ before the command... this is required when running ANYTHING from a location not in your path. This is a Good Thing! Make no attempt to bypass this safety feature!)

4) Follow onscreen instructions.

Works like a charm, no problems at all Smilie


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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 14.06.2006, 01:46 Uhr



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GoogleEarth does not help Linux, but it is awsome. What the heck are the military people seeing? I see cars parking where I'm working in Budapest, so: military is watching me walking in and out?

So, just for the record, here is my Kanotix-screenshot of GoogleEarth:
http://img225.imageshack.us/img225/558/ ... ix19de.png

hubi

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 14.06.2006, 02:28 Uhr
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The military has been doing this since the 1940's same with the wire tapping, every country has been doing it since the 1950's, why the people are just starting to notice this the past 10 years and not before I have no clue, but this has been going on for a very long time.

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 14.06.2006, 02:36 Uhr



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piper,

in the 1940s my grandparents were happy that the Nazis were smashed, although it was a nightmare for my homecountry Austria, in the 1950s it was U2 flights, and the Russians were bringing down one of the planes. Early 1990s I saw a german TV report, and it was claimed, that two secret services are monitoring every phonecall in Germany. But being able to watch cars on the carpark where you work and knowing military is able to do far better ... that's not nothing.

Pilots and crew risked their lives to get pictures of Chrustchev's missiles in Cuba, now it's just ... there. With far better quality.

hubi

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 14.06.2006, 07:30 Uhr



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Don't get too paranoid just yet, hubi. What you're seeing on Google is definitely not real-time. From their FAQ: "Google Earth acquires the best imagery available, most of which is approximately one to three years old." (And you can be sure they make "sensitive" images, such as military installations, unavailable.)

You're right, though, that some countries (espcially the US) have almost real-time imagery available to them.

Personally, I'm more concerned about the proliferation of digital cameras, and the relative cheapness of storage media. There was a story on Slashdot a while back about how the British (who already have cameras everywhere to monitor their citizens' public behavior) are deploying a system of cameras along highways that will read peoples' license plates as they drive, ostensibly to deter speeding.
 
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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 14.06.2006, 08:35 Uhr
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"about how the British (who already have cameras everywhere to monitor their citizens' public behavior) are deploying a system of cameras along highways that will read peoples' license plates as they drive, ostensibly to deter speeding."

Many parts of Canada is like that also, that is how they nail you for speeding,etc.., there is a little town in Texas who is pushing to have them installed in houses, I give it less than 50 years, thank (insert your god here, I don't have one) that I won't be around to see it.

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 14.06.2006, 08:55 Uhr



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eco2geek hat folgendes geschrieben::
Don't get too paranoid just yet, hubi. What you're seeing on Google is definitely not real-time. From their FAQ: "Google Earth acquires the best imagery available, most of which is approximately one to three years old." (And you can be sure they make "sensitive" images, such as military installations, unavailable.)

They certainly do not....
Perhaps you mean they filter the US military bases out but they are not filtering out other nations.
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Zitat:

Personally, I'm more concerned about the proliferation of digital cameras, and the relative cheapness of storage media. There was a story on Slashdot a while back about how the British (who already have cameras everywhere to monitor their citizens' public behavior) are deploying a system of cameras along highways that will read peoples' license plates as they drive, ostensibly to deter speeding.


These are already a reality on the motorways and in London with license recognition software included. Additionally all public transport has cameras and your monthly or yearly ticket is linked to your ID and bank account and once they bring in compulsary biometric ID cards that as well.
 
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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 14.06.2006, 11:20 Uhr



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fglrx] API ERROR: could not register entrypoint for SelectTextureSGIS
[fglrx] API ERROR: could not register entrypoint for SelectTextureTransformSGIS
[fglrx] API ERROR: could not register entrypoint for ClientActiveVertexStreamATI
[fglrx] API ERROR: could not register entrypoint for VertexBlendEnviATI
[fglrx] API ERROR: could not register entrypoint for VertexBlendEnvfATI
[fglrx] API ERROR: could not register entrypoint for VertexStream2sATI
[fglrx] API ERROR: could not register entrypoint for VertexStream2svATI

etc etc Traurig any ideas?

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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 15.06.2006, 08:29 Uhr
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What kernel are you using ?

Is this a lappy ?

What ATI card ?

Could you show output of

glxinfo|grep direct

Sounds like Bug #47371 not sure if this just effects Ubuntu or others

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