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ben

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    RE: Linux Music System
    Please consider even these things: ICECAST, SHOUTCAST. If you plan to integrate all you music media in just one channel you must consider ICECAST as well. It's nice if you'd like to add for example your favorite internet radios or you want to create your own "local radio" for streaming contents across your lan, really useful if you plan to listen it from embedded devices, PDA, smartphones, ...
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    Please consider even these things: ICECAST, SHOUTCAST.
    If you plan to integrate all you music media in just one channel you must consider ICECAST as well. It's nice if you'd like to add for example your favorite internet radios or you want to create your own "local radio" for streaming contents across your lan, really useful if you plan to listen it from embedded devices, PDA, smartphones, ...

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    RE: Skype for linux
    Thank you so much Matthew, I'll try to use it after a little bit of study (and work obviously...)
    Link to this post 08 Jul 11

    Thank you so much Matthew, I'll try to use it after a little bit of study (and work obviously...)

  • ben
    RE: Skype for linux
    GOT IT ! Come on boys, they've just opened it !
    Link to this post 08 Jul 11

    GOT IT ! Come on boys, they've just opened it !

  • ben
    RE: Skype for linux
    Like you, I've tried this morning with the new invitation sent from Matthew but unfortunately it seems they've closed it again
    Link to this post 08 Jul 11

    Like you, I've tried this morning with the new invitation sent from Matthew but unfortunately it seems they've closed it again

  • ben
    RE: Skype for linux
    Indeed, I've received your invitation twice so thank you for it but I guess they've locked the site with some sort of user limit
    Link to this post 07 Jul 11

    Indeed, I've received your invitation twice so thank you for it but I guess they've locked the site with some sort of user limit

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    RE: Programming in C, and Java in a Linux environment.
    My favorite choice is Eclipse (http://www.eclipse.org), originally it was a Java development tool only but it's now my favorite choice for every kind of development, no matter about the language. You need C ? Eclipse+CDT, PHP ? Eclipse+PDT and so on... You may even do a lot of jobs with other languages, develop web apps, profile them and so forth; cross compiling (for embedded or Windows apps) is supported and heavily used as well, take a look at it if you want a good IDE tool. Now the bad part: it's huge, fat and slow on cheap/obsolete hw, it eats a lot of RAM and some CPU processing power as well, you cannot use it on old hw but it runs fine on recent machines. If you'd like to use one tool for everything (with proper plugins/extensions) maybe Eclipse could be your best friend (also: platform independent), if you want to keep a smooth approach maybe you'd better look at something else Ben
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    My favorite choice is Eclipse (http://www.eclipse.org), originally it was a Java development tool only but it's now my favorite choice for every kind of development, no matter about the language. You need C ? Eclipse+CDT, PHP ? Eclipse+PDT and so on...
    You may even do a lot of jobs with other languages, develop web apps, profile them and so forth; cross compiling (for embedded or Windows apps) is supported and heavily used as well, take a look at it if you want a good IDE tool.

    Now the bad part: it's huge, fat and slow on cheap/obsolete hw, it eats a lot of RAM and some CPU processing power as well, you cannot use it on old hw but it runs fine on recent machines. If you'd like to use one tool for everything (with proper plugins/extensions) maybe Eclipse could be your best friend (also: platform independent), if you want to keep a smooth approach maybe you'd better look at something else

    Ben

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