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MegaTunix designed and written by David J. Andruczyk Inspiration for this code came from Bruce Bowling and Al Grippo, designers of the MegaSquirt DIY Fuel Injection ECU. This code was initially modelled slightly after Bruce and Al's MegaSquirt PCC tuning software for Windows. Inspiration also came from Eric Fahlgrens and Guy Hill's MegaTune, also for Windows. Since that time it has turning into it's own original application with many benefits and differences from MegaTune and other tuning softwares. NOTE about fonts: Some people have complained that MegaTunix comes up with abnormally huge fonts. This is NOT MegaTunix's fault. It's caused by the default font for Gnome being set to large. This problem is mostly seen by people NOT using the Gnome desktop. MegaTunix uses the GTK+2 libraries which are the foundation libraries by which Gnome's gui is based upon. The fix is to run "gnome-font-properties" and set the "Application Font" size to a smaller point size. On the authors' system a Application Font of "Sans" at 8pt, looks the best. The author runs at 1920x1200 on an 23" flatscreen monitor so your ideal font size may vary. Suggestions are welcomed for improving the functionality of MegaTunix... Send suggestions, bug reports and general feedback to (SPAM not welcome) djandruczyk <at> yahoo <dot> com System requirements: MegaTunix is developed on Ubuntu Linux, the package names may vary if you don't use Ubuntu. Most RPM and Debian based distros split packages into a runtime and devel package. Runtime ones are needed to run the program, and devel packages are needed for programs like megatunix to compile against. MegaTunix requires the following libraries (and their dependancies); * minimum GTK-2.12 and the dev package - GTK+ depends on pango, fontconfig, freetype2, pango, glib and atk * Gtkglext-1.x (and the dev package) - gtkglext depends on gtk+ and glib * Xorg or XFree86 development libraries (xorg-devel or XF86-devel) - libglade-2.0 (and dev package) - libglade depends on libxml-2.x and gtk+ Optional: The Glade GUI designer can be installed to modify and add new gui tabs to megatunix for your own custom firmware needs. This is ONLY needed if you want to modify megatunix or design custom tabs for your firmware. I recommend glade-2.x as 3.x has a lot of issues. Unfortunately glade-2.x doesn't appear to be available with the very latest linux distros (ubuntu 9.10 does not have it) As of 4/26/2010 MegaTunix has moved version control into Git. To work with git run: cd ; mkdir git ; git clone http://github.com/djandruczyk/MegaTunix.git