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Apr
26
comment difference between /dev/watchdog and /dev/watchdog[0-9]?
I don't have that command on my system.
Apr
26
asked difference between /dev/watchdog and /dev/watchdog[0-9]?
Apr
24
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
18
answered use a different socket than /dev/log, system-wide
Apr
18
asked use a different socket than /dev/log, system-wide
Apr
16
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
5
revised what can cause a socket() “Permission denied” error?
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Apr
5
comment what can cause a socket() “Permission denied” error?
@gerhardd. - just tried changing protocol to 17, but unfortunately that doesn't help. I should not that the program in question works fine in a number of other, non-Android platforms with Kernels ranging from 2.4 to 4.4
Apr
5
revised what can cause a socket() “Permission denied” error?
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Apr
5
asked what can cause a socket() “Permission denied” error?
Mar
28
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
27
comment Where to download Chrome 32bit since it has been discontinued by Google?
The exact filename you provided was indeed all I needed. Thanks
Mar
27
comment Where to download Chrome 32bit since it has been discontinued by Google?
Right, but they aren't exactly the same application
Mar
25
comment accelerated HTML5 video: what hardware is supported well by Linux?
@MagicFab, regarding codecs: None in particular. Just running a WebRTC video chat and letting the browser negotiate the codecs. If choosing a particular codec helps, that's fine. I don't have any preference.. FYI, a simple test is using the free video chat service offered by appear.in
Mar
25
comment accelerated HTML5 video: what hardware is supported well by Linux?
@MagicFab: for a quick test, just try to play a full HD YouTube video in Chrome (does it run smoothly), and ultimately run a full-screen video chat and check latency/frame rate. Chrome also shows if hw-accelerated video is available on it's [chrome://gpu/](chrome://gpu/) page. For example, there is a standalone hw-accelerated video player for the Raspberry Pi, but Chrome can't use the GPU for video playback.
Mar
4
asked Where to download Chrome 32bit since it has been discontinued by Google?
Feb
20
comment accelerated HTML5 video: what hardware is supported well by Linux?
I'm not sure what you mean. We want to create sort of a set-top-box for a TV. For reasons of fast application development that set-top-box should run Linux (we already use a customized Debian Linux for a variety of projects) and run continuously an interactive HTML5 application (paired with a NodeJS server on the same device), that has yet to be created. Among other things, that HTML5 application must be able to run a WebRTC video conference, as that is a key part of the project. .. and of course a browser is required to display the HTML5 application.
Feb
20
asked accelerated HTML5 video: what hardware is supported well by Linux?
Jan
26
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
19
asked how to merge device tree overlays to a single .dtb at build time?