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earth * Create Earth config directories in ~/ for first launch Feb 26, 2012
gnu_linux More descriptive user ID for flowdock alerts Aug 5, 2015
input_event add -m32 Jul 19, 2012
kamelopard Update changelog May 16, 2014
lg-pano Update some references from Subversion to Git Aug 1, 2014
php-interface Fixed error in altered placemark name to Il Duomo di Firenze Oct 18, 2012
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The "gnu_linux" directory contains example configuration files to aid
with setup of various software pieces. The philosophy employed was
one of letting the underlying distribution simplify the overall setup.

This meant leveraging the default behavior of "Xsession", the 
"alternatives" system, and various hook or "$product.d" directories.

The "php-interface" directory contains an example collection of code
used to provide a touchscreen interface for selecting queries and coordinates
to be consumed by Google Earth. Place everything into a WebServer's Docroot.


NOTE: with Git, it is up to the client to handle symlinks. If your client
doesn't handle symlinks, you might end up with some duplicate files with
various names, but things should still work fine.

The following tree represents the suggested directory hierarchy 
within the "lg" user's home directory:

|-- bin
|-- earth
|   |-- builds
|   |   |-- latest -> ./5.2.X.XXXX-X
|   |   `-- 5.2.X.XXXX-X
|   |-- config
|   |   |-- master
|   |   `-- slave
|   `-- scripts
|-- etc
`-- media
    `-- images
        |-- backgrounds
        `-- google

Using example scripts and tools within this repo, there should also be a "/lg"
directory on the system owned by "lg" user.

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