I found pecl:svn wanted to ask me two questions about subversion, so I was able to let it sit there while I opened another terminal to look in the temp directory and find the log. So I finally figured out what its problem was.
I have an old 128 meg thumbdrive I haven’t used in years. It had pictures on it once, but they were deleted a long time ago. I want to recover whatever images are still on the disk that didn’t get written over. … JPEG-JFIF is “ffd8 ffe0″, while JPEG-DCF, which is what cameras will spit out onto their media cards, will be “ffd8 ffe1″.
But you don’t have to build it from source. Motion is a package available in Fedora and Ubuntu, and it’s available in Gentoo under media-video/motion. I like it when the package name so very clearly matches the application. I’m not sure about debian based systems under aptitude, but if your machine has a yum repository addiction, you’ll find it easier to use the pre-packaged rpm version available for your distribution.
My base installation came with evolution, but I had to add an extra package from the standard repository which also installed a few dependencies. … Once this is installed, the option, “Exchange-mapi” will show up as the type of connection when you first launch Evolution.