gTune (GUI) 0.10
This is a nice instrument tuner for GNOME 1.0.
It was derived from the original gtune utility which was a console program. It uses FFT routines which are quite slow and I don't think it should be run on anything below a pentium class computer and I reccomend a P166. This new version (0.10) now works for the more recent releases of GNOME, and is simpler than the original. It also now compiles two targets, gtune and gtune_console, so you can use console mode gtune if you want to.
You can download gTune for Gnome 1.0 source here, or you can download a staticly linked version of gTune 0.10 here. All you need to do is uncompress it into a dummy directory and execute the command "./runme". I hope the next releases will use the autoconf stuff, but this program is very simple anyways.
This new version isn't perfect however, it now determines intervals on its own, but I've only been able to test how it does it on my machine. It works perfectly on mine, and should on your, but be careful the first time you run it and mail me if you have any trouble with it. I don't want to scare you off, I don't anticipate anything going wrong (did I just jynx it?).