Thought I’d compile eduke32(git) with clang and package it with the Hi-Res pack and a couple of mods. (Linux 64-bit)
Seems to glitch(freezes for a few moments) every now and then, not sure what to do about this ?
This application is great! You can setup a station to play music to set parameters continuously, and because it can connect to soundcloud it’s a long list!This is great for when I am busy doing other things because I don’t need to select songs and albums to play.
Grab the latest source from git, https://github.com/tomahawk-player/tomahawk.git.
Finally found some instructions that actually work. I needed to run wireshark as non-root!
If you compile from SVN you may need to change “/usr/bin/” to “/usr/local/bin”( or to whereever it is that the wireshark executable is located “whereis wireshark”)
I’ve just started a micro-controller course, we’re using the MSP430 Launchpad. Luckily enough there is a Linux version of the class software we are using, although it was a pain in the ass to download it because of some ridiculous US customs export Bull Shit.
After running the installer, I went to run CCS and I got an error dialog. After checking around I found this page. So in short don’t forget to install the
ia32-libs & packages if you want a working CCS install(Of course package names vary with the distro!). And as with any other software check for dependencies!
Just a quick update, it seems that WINE(WINE Is Not an Emulator) a Windows compatibility layer for Linux, can run the software that was prepackaged with the WinRadio! Although now I need to configure it to accept the USB connection and emulate it as a COM port, as I have no RS232 port on my laptop(Who would want one of those ?).