wow… thats impressive. a periphals orchester. Take some time to listen to this.
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 […]