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General Software Discussion / Web Media Server ?
« on: February 06, 2011, 11:17 PM »

I am looking for a media server app that I can install on my apache server. I have tried Jinzora and Ampache they did not seem like anything I am interested in plus they do not seem to be active. I want to be able to stream and serve music and video. Hopefully the server is not picky about the formats of the source media files as well since I have mix bag of media files and formats.

Also my server runs on Xampp for Windows so the file-folder paths so the server should have no problem with windows paths.


General Software Discussion / Re: Traying windowing tool?
« on: February 05, 2011, 08:04 PM »
@Winkie, thanks for the suggestion. For some reason it refuse to install on my Xp

@ilovekonoka, anvir is kind of overkill for my need, on the otherhand I also use another task manager. So I doubt that I will switch

@MilesAhead., I will check it out. I mostly use Ahk, never tried Autoit, so this might be agood test

General Software Discussion / Re: Traying windowing tool?
« on: February 04, 2011, 10:19 PM »
Thanks guys, so far the list is good :) I am most impressed by minimalism of the RBtray though.

General Software Discussion / Re: Traying windowing tool?
« on: February 04, 2011, 05:44 PM »
Thanks for the suggestions skwire.

I have tried bunch of them last year and I do not remember the names  of most unfortunately. I have tried another one called "Trayit" and it seemed like nice and featureful but it is very flakey and does nto work well always.

I will try RBtray sounds reasonable.

General Software Discussion / Traying windowing tool?
« on: February 04, 2011, 05:19 PM »

I am looking for a tray iconizer tool. What I am looking for is a very small memory print. I have tried couple tools, and some either were flakey or felt like they were using more memory than they should.

I am looking for an iconizer but I would be happy to have couple extra features like, roll up, stay on top etc

Any decent suggestions(free or commercial)?


Living Room / Re: Egypt Blacks Out Internet!
« on: January 30, 2011, 11:27 AM »
So now we know that the Internet is not a right, it is a privilege that can be taken away anytime.


I use sftp plugin for TC and works great so far. I have tried Filezilla sftp support and to be honest I have found it to be flakey and in some cases it could not even get the file list. It seems like it has issues with Cygwin implementation of SSH sftp server. TC with sftp plugin works great.

Another good sftp client is Winscp. But I prefer TC with sftp nowadays.


I am using the tray menu mode(without dock), it would be very nice to be able to get right click explorer menu support for those cascading folders. Right now it works very nice as a file folder lister and opener though.

I will try recreating and testing later today when I have little more time

Ok, I totally wiped out LBC and reinstalled with a fresh config. And the problem seems to gone away for now. Sorry for the panic there for  a sec. I just wanted to make sure that this was not a known bug or something.

Thanks for the speedy follow up mouser :)

When I have the pref panel open cpu goes down to 0. I then select only "my documents" and save the settings. The cpu use again back to 12%. I will dump and do a fresh install. let me see.

The funny thing is that when I click on the tray icon the cpu use goes from %12(on 8 hyperthread-4 actual cores) to %0. I am not sure what is going on but my setup is super simple.

I am under Win764

Here is a screenshot of what I have. I do not use the dock panel mode only the systray

I have not enabled the "show newer files" option, I suspect that that option is somehow not working properly, maybe it is constantly watching folders?

justice, thanks for the info. That looks like I am looking for. And it is cross platform as well


I am looking for a program(hopefully cross program) that does operate on images and graphics files that does merge-diff comparison. Basically i want to be able to load up and compare images manually in sync. Obviously I can do this in Gimp or Photoshop myself, just looking for automation and faster start-ups. I will drag 2 or more images into it or run via command line etc to load the images and it will have sync browser where I can zoom in and both mages at the same time.

Eventually I will use this app in conjunction with Revision Control system.



Living Room / Re: Does Flash or java make websites suck?
« on: September 10, 2010, 11:51 PM »
My solution to snazzy website craze is to use text based browser like Elinks. Since I have started using it I waste less time in websites as well. If I am desperate adn need to see that flash site I use FF.

I hope that these kinds of developements make people think twice about using Google services.  I have been saying all these years how messed up Google was.

Over the years I have become more of a command line-console tools user. In many occasions I tend to prefer console apps over Gui apps. I think that console apps have some sort of minimalistic beauty embedded in them.

Generally I use Cygwin - Linux console apps.

Here are my favorites. Please list yours as well

Elinks (browser)
Newsbeuter(Rss reader)
Task (Task-warrior, Task-todo manager)
Cal (Calender app)
Vim (text editor)
Scp(copy utility)
Unison(Sync utility)
Ipython(Python shell)
Necromancer Dos navigator(file browser)
Midnight Commander(file browser)

General Software Discussion / Re: Task\Project Utility
« on: August 04, 2010, 07:11 PM »
You might look into Wikidpad. It is a text based wiki. You can create a new wiki project per customer, thus you might be able to produce what you are looking for. Every wiki entry will be saved to your hd as a human readable text(wiki) files.
As far as organizing files with explorer goes, instead of using multiple explorers you can try this one http://www.softwareo...seite=Freeware/Q-Dir. It is a quad-pane explorer

I think that releasing "some" of their software for free and open source, they gain some benefits(naturally)

-Makes big corporations look friendly
-Looks good in the news
-They show their intellectual power(to other corporations)
-They release a product without real support and warranty worries, but if someone wants support, they probably pay to get it
-More people use their software, which makes them gain ground. Especially if they can get more developers
-Community contributions which means that some of the developement will be shifted to dedicated unpoaid community developers and fanboy developers

In the end I think that it is incredibly benefitial for Corps to release their software for free or even open source. I would not be surprised if MS would start making a free version of Windows, now that whoever has more browser users seems to make big desicions in web technology.

I actually have a good example, think about Iphone from Apple. They released it and alot people bought it including alot of developers who wanted to make money from Iphone. I bet the number of developers who wanted to develop something on Iphone would be thousands of thousands people, not that everyone developes but you get the picture. So Apple not just makes money out of selling Iphones, it also creates a platform where it gives developers hope to make money. Well probably only %2 of those developers probably could get their invetsment back. Anyways you get the picture on thate example. The same thing can be said for open source. For example Google wave platform or other opensource web technologies. They first gain ground by making it developers only and slowly they make their number up. So the way I see is that open sourcing is a way to create buzz, build some ground, make money by making real products on top of those open sourced apps or OSes like Google phone and browser stuff.

There is also FreeFileSync, comes with a realtime watcher as well. I do use both on linux machines


You might check out "Unison". I use Syncback on my Windows boxes, but Unison is cross platform and free. It  also offers command line version. It iks available under Windows and Cygwin for Windows

mouser, sure that is geenrally good diea if one wants to learn some new language. I just do not think that I will be able to have the dedicated focus for this contest. I need to learn a new language, come up with a game idea and actually make it. It sounds fun,but it is just a matter of timing issue for me. Although I would definetely be interested in how Haxe fits into this kinds of situations.

Has anyone been looking into this lately? I am kind of thinking to look at it more seriously mainly due to flash and javascript stuff.

General Software Discussion / Media players
« on: July 26, 2010, 09:02 PM »

I have been looking for a good media player for Linux. I generally use Foobar, Vlc and Mediamonkey on Windows.

I have tested some apps under Linux and I think I have closed down to these apps.

Jajuk (jukebox)
This is a really nice jukebox.

Banshee (media player, organizer. It can also index movies)

RhythmBox (jukebox)
I use this one when Banshee fails with usb player

General purpose media players
Smplayer (Smplayer can play formats that Vlc fails to play sometimes)

If you want to share others please do expand my humble list.

Hey Josh, thanks I appreciate it.

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