Some weeks ago I wrote an article on how to compile csync. After I did some testing on it, I wanted to install Mirall, since this seemed to be the only system tray application to contol csync. Mirall is not available in the ubuntu repositorys, so I wanted to compile it from source. But I was a little amazed about the dependencies of this small application. Since I’m a Gnome 3 user I didn’t want to install the entire Qt environment to get one small system tray application. So I decided to write it by my own for the sake of getting started with python programming.
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Michael Göhler

Linux enthusiast and open source advocate.

DevOps and
Cloud engineer

Munich, Germany