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DLNA server with 64 bit Ubuntu that works with Google TV

Posted 06-08-2011 at 07:22 PM by jkzfixme

I have tried quite a few DLNA server with my Google TV , and TVMobili seems to work the best for me. Due to the fact that I am running an AMD 64 bit processor I had to go a few small extra steps to get the streaming goodness.

First you need to download the latest greatest Debian based package by opening up a terminal and pasting the following.

Next you need to install getlibs which...
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Rise to the challenge

Posted 06-07-2011 at 10:12 AM by wild2b1

In passing my boss says you know we really need to have a Linux Server set up so that we can do some testing on it, my ears perked up. Up until now i had two quarters of training on Linux, way back when Fedora 4 was all the rage..

He said to me you did some Linux Admin didnt you, given that i hardly remembered anything i said i will do it but i will have to learn everything over.

And now here I am..i set up my own box using this guide http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-se...04-ispconfig-3
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Load multiple soundcard drivers in order

Posted 06-07-2011 at 09:16 AM by DJ Shaji

I recently bought a SoundBlaster Live! 5.1vx to record music in full 24 bits per sample, and so now I have two soundcards - one PCI card and one built-in on the motherboard.

One issue that had been bugging me for a while - not that problematic, but an issue nonetheless - I have Fedora 14 - because modern distros search for and load modules in parallel to speed up the boot process, the result is that the order in which modules will be loaded becomes unpredictable. So, the soundcards...
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vmware tools in debian squeeze virtual machine

Posted 06-07-2011 at 08:46 AM by sumeet inani

Before proceeding we have to
Code:
uname -r
<OUTPUT>
apt-get install linux-headers-<OUTPUT> gcc-4.3
Actually this I found out from
I got file VMwareTools-8.1.4-227600.tar.gz of 97.1MB
extract & run installer as follows
Code:
tar -xvzf VMwareTools-8.1.4-227600.tar.gz
cd vmwaretools-distrib
./vmware-install.pl
answer default by pressing enter
Code:
output file attached
Thank...
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File Type: txt temp.txt (15.2 KB, 1 views)
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Object oriented programming perl

Posted 06-06-2011 at 03:55 PM by karthik3152

perl Object Oriented:
There are many chances that you may get confused with Perl Object Programming

To make the point clear let us first look at references at Perl

@friends = ("Rachael","Phoebs");
%animals = ('donald' => 'duck','mickey' => 'mouse' );



To intiaize references to a variable use:
In case of array:
$ref = \@friends
In case of hashes
ref = \%animals;
In case...
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