KameVoice 1.2.1

KameVoice is a Program to utilize the Microsoft GameVoice USB device as general control device in KDE.
KameVoice
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KameVoice is a Program to utilize the Microsoft GameVoice USB device as general control device in KDE. It is able to map all sort of standard shell commands to buttons of the GameVoice. KameVoice is easy to configure and should be 100% stable while using very little Resources while running.

Requirements:

Kamevoice utilizes the linux hiddev usb devicedriver. It is a generic driver that enables programs to access all sorts of USB-HID Devices in a generic way. So, if you run a recent Linux Kernel with KDE 3 you should be very well set for running KameVoice. When you start KameVoice, it will probe all /dev/usb/hiddev devices for an attached GameVoice. If you attached it to your usb bus and loaded the hiddev module, Kamevoice should find the GameVoice and start.

What's New in This Release:

The code has been reviewed and updated to compile cleanly against fresh distributions.
It has been tested and run on openSuSE 10.3, which means it should run on any other recent distribution with Qt3 installed.

last updated on:
July 19th, 2008, 0:02 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
www.wolfchild.de
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Thomas Thiel
category:
ROOT \ Utilities
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