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Comment: Re:Useless outside of the USA (Score 1) 88

by Caedite Eos (#46652359) Attached to: Amazon's Fire TV: Is It Worth Game Developers' Time?
Given the benefits of Plex - automatic download of info, sorting, presentation, etc, etc - and the fact that it runs beautifully on a power sipping pogoplug - running Debian, or Archlinux - there is no reason not to run Plex. There are many other benefits in having a very low power box running Linux.

Comment: Re:Open Source is better. (Score 1) 148

by Caedite Eos (#46280685) Attached to: Dear Asus Router User: All Your Cloud Are Belong To Us
>but the majority of end-users just want shit that works. Exactly why I load Tomato on any router I set up. Of course this assumes the person I do it for bought a router I recommended, or I used one of mine. Tomato's "access restrictions" are dead easy to set up, and it's a simple, quite efficient, first line of defence to keep kids in line. I can show even clueless parents how to setup a "no internet after 21:30" rule, or block specific domains by keywords. Most of this is not easily achievable with OEM firmware.

Comment: Lots of complains (Score 1) 193

by Caedite Eos (#44672839) Attached to: Calibre Version 1.0 Released After 7 Years of Development
Seems a lot of people are critical of Calibre. OK, it's not perfect. However, I also can't help but notice that no one is saying something like "It sucks because of "X" and "Y" and "insert application name here" is a much better choice. Or, better yet "It sucks because of "X" and "Y" and I am days away from releasing my app witch will take care of all the issues and ..." Fucking gimmegimme generation.

A LISP programmer knows the value of everything, but the cost of nothing. -- Alan Perlis