1. My Linux SopCast runner script

    Even though I'm not a TV guy, I sometimes feel the need to watch TV. I don't actually have a TV of my own, so I'm forced to use different kinds of streaming frameworks. One of these frameworks is SopCast, and although they provide Linux binaries, the GUI isn't the …

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  2. A crispy umpc distro it is

    Since I got my Asus eee I've been continually swapping distros, since the preinstalled Xandros wasn't cutting it. Until now I've had Ubuntu, Ubuntu-eee, eeebuntu, Mandriva, Debian... and the list could go on.

    Nothing to say, all great, stable & clean distros. And then came crunchbang, with it's spinoff cruncheee. Watch …

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  3. Flash Drive Web Browser Stress Test

    2010-02-05 | tags: tech

    Recently I had some unvoluntary fun concerning one of my flash drives. After that I decided to encrypt a part of my Portable Apps Suite that I keep on it, mainly the web browser, Pidgin, PuTTy and WinSCP, the sensitive stuff.

    Playing with TrueCrypt I observed that it is able …

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  4. Linux, Alsa, Skype and audio capture

    Although I'm not a regular Skype user, I still employ it from time to time to do my share of VoIP. But it happens quite often that I don't get any audio from my microphone, although incoming sound works just fine and all the alsamixer switches and gains are set …

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