I spent most of yesterday working on the Tom Swift novels. I reviewed the ones that are already done, and made some changes so that the text is uniform over all the novels. I also put italics on two more novels. 18 more to go.
I used one of my SD cards and put the latest install for RaspBMC on it. I then booted the Raspberry Pi with that SD card, sat back and watched as the RaspBMC O/S was installed. I then added a plugin for Blip.TV and verified that it all works. I have accepted a request from the Spokane Linux User Group to do a demo of the Raspberry Pi. I will demo RaspBMC, Raspbian and my configuration of the RPi as a file server/bit torrent server.
Silly sign of the day:
Free/Open Source Software
- News: OpenSUSE’s Jos Poortvliet: Collaborate or Die
- Booting desktop Linux on the Chromebook Pixel
- And Now, Ubuntu for Tablets – Wait, What?
- An overview of GNU R programming language
- Build a media converter with Python, Qt and FFmpeg
- Can Ubuntu ‘Converge’ Across Phones, TVs, PCs and Tablets?
- The Open Source Column – You can’t have it until we tell you
- Linux profitability: How successful are the companies behind the biggest distros?
- Meet Manjaro Linux, a brand-new distro on the rise
- The Über-Skeleton Challenge
- The Linux Setup – Dan Gillmor, Journalist
- OpenGamma’s Kirk Wylie: Open Source Is Busting Out All Over
- How to Schedule a Daily MySQL Backup on Your Server