If you’re running into low disk space when using Kodi 17.0 on Ubuntu Xenial, you’re probably having your
/var/log/syslog filled up with some error logging about a python-cryptography error…
extern "Python": function Cryptography_rand_status() called,
but @ffi.def_extern() was not called in the current subinterpreter.
If you ever need to remove an app from the iOS Simulator (let’s say your CI environment needs a clean install of the app) just hit:
xcrun simctl uninstall booted com.example.app
com.example.app is the bundle id of the application you want to remove
Here are some of the mobile podcasts (most of them iOS related) that I’ve been listening on the last few months and I would like to recommend (not following any particular order):
Since I’ve spent a lot of time studying how the hell could I reuse my dumped white Apple Remote again, I had to write a tutorial for NO ONE ever waste that amount of time again.
Since I tried several approaches, I advice you to don’t touch any LIRC stuff, or inputlirc. Stay with ir-keytables! It’s very simple!
So I had to get another HTPC since I spend my life moving between two houses, during the week and weekend.
On one of that houses I have a SamsungUE40D5700 SmartTV (2011 version, very slow one!) and my ASUS barebone S1AT5NM10E (working flawlessly since 2011) running Ubuntu Server. I have Plex Media Server installed, serving video to my SmartTV and to my iPhone. I have another TV on the same house, not Smart, so I had to buy a Chromecast and I use Plex iOS app to cast to that TV.
Since I use Plex Media Server, I never felt the urge to install any graphical OS on my barebone, neither KODI (previously known as XBMC) not even OpenELEC. But since on my other house I don’t have a SmartTV, I had to opt in on Kodibuntu. So…
I needed a new HTPC, so I started a web crusade search for my next candidate. ZOTAC, NUC, etc. Seen all of them at the time.
Intel NUC was my choice, and I definitively couldn’t choose better! I got the Celeron 2.13GHz version (N2830 CPU made on July 2014).
So you’ve teached yourself Objective-C for the last years, what about now that Swift emerged?
There’s a brand new opportunity out there, and it comes along with some fresh air to the iOS world.
If you think you are in disadvantage right now, don’t! You know the frameworks, you know the graphical framework caveats (UIKit) and you have to make them play by your side.