…just a small bugfix. Switching to nervous mode at runtime (N) was broken…
There’s a notorious lack of documentation when it comes to running fische. I know that, and this is an attempt to improve.
This is going to be very Linux-specific, as I have close to no knowledge of Windows, and only some of OS-X. I would very much appreciate contributions of people who know.
fishBMC has been merged into XBMC and will be part of the next major release for Linux and OS-X. Any download links you may still find on this page are probably outdated. If you would like to see fishBMC in action, you can use a prerelease version of XBMC 13 “Gotham”.
I just have to publicly state my complete disappointment with international politicians.
Please, could one – just one – country in this world have enough balls and grant asylum to a whistle-blower who is faced with unjust prosecution in his home country – by the way, a country where murder is a routine form of punishment?
Maybe if I told you this man made an invaluable contribution to maintaining freedom and privacy word-wide?
I recently purchased a NETGEAR ReadyNAS Duo for my small home network. Having made the experience that NETGEAR make very good hardware with not-so-good firmware and virtually nonexistent and useless documentation, I had done some prior research and had found out the ReadyNAS is essentially a debian Linux box. Since I also wanted to use the box as a print server, I had also looked for and found a hardware compatibility list that included my printer.
My expectations were met. Continue reading
Some days ago, I encountered a segmentation fault bug in a C++ program I am working on. Obviously, I expected gdb or valgrind would help me find the problem and make it go away… So I thought. All I found was: It’s a problem with the boost::shared_ptr destructor. Continue reading
Out now! And with OS-X support!