This is a short presentation of programs/apps (PC, Android) and pdf-documents made by Jan Lindström.
Excluding Pdf-files, are now the files to be downloaded from here, hosted at Koofr.net (see links below). When you click on a link, will a list of files appear. Mark in front of one (or more), and hit the Download-button.
The programs are free to use, if you follow their simple licenses.
The Windows-versions can be run on other platforms (Linux, Mac OS X, BSD and Solaris), with the help of Wine. All packages for Linux and Windows includes two versions (32/64). Linux-programmes are built and tested on Debian and Ubuntu.
Distribution exists as compressed zip- or tar.gz archives. The softwares need no installation, and have small demands on the systems. They use portable built-in graphics and rendering of text. Linux-variants depends only on the X Window System (usually called Xlib, X11 or only X).
All programs here exists also in versions for Linux/Windows. My focus on Android are therefor far from 100%. Playstore, the place to download apps from (if no permissions are changed), have many competitors. In princip can you download apps from anywhere (sideloading), but all outside Playstore will be markt as "unknown source/app". Systems of the Android type can be vulnerable though, so security are something to have in mind, regardless from where the apps originates.
As things are, have I no inspiration to pay to those that already have more then enough, this when Android is no more then a form of Linux, and the apps are free. There are other alternatives, but programming takes time, and this is my limit. So for now, will downloads be from koofr.net, as with the rest of my programs.
Before Android 8.0 Oreo was the only choise to keep the default (apps only from Playstore), or fully open the system. But from now on can you install apps one by one that comes from other places, and give specific permissions (restrictions) to each of them. This should obviously have been possible a long time ago.
The apps here should work with Android =>4.1. They has no other requirements. No connecting to the internet, no ads, no additional downloads. It is up to you to trust them. If not absolute sure use (if possible) the Linux- or Windows-version. An alternative is to run the app with an old phone/tablet.
afTRYCK version 2.2
Metal spinning can be seen as an spectacular, hard-learned, and quite old technique, this to form a round sheet of metal. afTRYCK is a software that describes it. Read more HERE.
Version 2.2 has one new animation. Two places about joining parts has been changed (in the "Spinning" section). The Android-app has the same contents but another look, see HERE.
*afT22_Lin3264.tar.gz for Linux (32/64)
*afT22_Win3264.zip for Windows (32/64)
*afTRYCK22.apk for Android (Note! carefully read the section about Android above)
3DSVARV version 2.01
Image-based application that takes a turn around a metal spinning lathe, this in a 3d enviroment. Can be seen as a complement to afTRYCK. Text included, are in both English, and Swedish.
*3dSvarv201_Lin3264.tar.gz for Linux (32/64)
*3dSvarv201_Win3264.zip for Windows (32/64)
*3DSVARV_201B.apk for Android (Note! carefully read the section about Android above)
HULTABY version 2.2
Hultaby gives you in 3D, Hultaby castle (or maybe more accurate, residence), in my view of its 14th century apperance. Today it´s a ruin, just outside the city Vetlanda, Sweden. Read more HERE. The software exists for Linux, Windows and Android. This version includes updated graphics.
*Hultaby22_Lin3264.tar.gz for Linux (32/64)
*Hultaby22_Win3264.zip for Windows (32/64)
*Hultaby22.apk for Android (Note! carefully read the section about Android above)
A software that make a presentation to an autogiro model Cierva C30. This with 2D- and 3D-images, and text both in English and Swedish. Read more HERE. It can be downloaded for PC (Linux, Windows), and for Android.
*Se-Aea_Lin3264.tar.gz for Linux (32/64)
*Se-Aea_Win3264.zip for Windows (32/64)
*Se-AeaB.apk for Android (Note! carefully read the section about Android above)
J22 version 2
FFVS J22 was an Swedish WWII fighter- and reconnaissance-aircraft. It was constructed because purchases abroad failed. SAAB was at this time fully occupied with their own manufacturing. The J22 was therefore a project run by the Swedish Airforce (Airboard) itself.
The aircraft are here presented in 2D and 3D images. Text are in both English and Swedish. See more HERE.
*J22-2_Lin3264.tar.gz for Linux (32/64)
*J22-2_Win3264.zip for Windows (32/64)
*J22-2.apk for Android (Note! carefully read the section about Android above)
HOVE VERSION B
Is a simple game where the solution is to end at exactly zero. This when no more moves are possible. You set a startingpoint between 14-30, and choose a active player (horizontal or vertical). Both cover 2 tiles in each turn, following their directions. The result though are only connected to the one you set as active.
You may change the conditions by removing one of the 7 horizontal rows. The same can be done with the tile in the middle. Rather obvious has the latter no effect if the middle row are in hide mode.
This version has corrected a minor bug.
*HoveB_Lin3264.tar.gz for Linux (32/64)
*HoveB_Win3264.zip for Windows (32/64)
Brahehus give you a roughly hint, to the Swedish 17th century castles original appearance. Built on the edge of a 90 meter high rock face, with a splendid view over the lake Vättern downbelow. Today a ruin, with the highway (E4) passing a few meters away. Read more HERE.
*Brahehus_Lin3264.tar.gz for Linux (32/64)
*Brahehus_Win3264.zip for Windows (32/64)
*Brahehus.apk for Android (Note! carefully read the section about Android above)
MARKS AND MASTERS (PDF)
Describes the history behind the Swedish system with pewtermarks. Also included are a list of yesterdays masters, from the authors province (Småland). Exist also in a version with Swedish text.
©Jan Lindström 2015-2019