Fedy lets you install multimedia codecs and additional software that Fedora doesn’t want to ship, like H264 support, Adobe Flash, Oracle Java etc., and much more with just a few clicks. Installation Installation instructions can be found on https://github.com/rpmfusion-infra/fedy.
To make my video conferences private and secure I have implemented the open source video conference solution Jitsi on my website. You can now reach it through https://jitsi.arvidortwig.de It’s open source, based on webrtc, secured by ssl (https) and there is no registration neccessary. I also don’t save any logfiles or anything else. Feel free […]
Accessing your Nextcloud Files through Webdav (https) can be quite slow due to the protocol and/or your upstream connection of your nextcloud to the web. It seems to me that if you “mount” the official webdav-path nextcloud is offering into KODI your files are routed through the Internet even when KODI and NC are implemented […]
Here is the solution: https://github.com/jdf76/plugin.video.youtube/wiki/Personal-API-Keys
The Raspberry Pi 3s Ethernet Port is only capable of 100 MBit/s and is furthermore connected to the USB2.0 Chip. For comfortably browsing through Photos of 5 to 7 MB from my mediaserver this is not enough speed. The Odroid C2 comes with a Gigabit Ethernet connection and “more power under the hood” (as we […]
In case you are looking for a device to play your FLACs heres the ideal solution. Its cheap, it has SUPERB audio quality and it’s fun to build it (DIY 😉 The Software is Volumio a free and cost effective network audio player which has a responsive html interface. It runs on a raspberry pi […]