I just discovered and tested a nice project that allow you to create an AirPlay server to use as a simple speaker for your iOS device (for example send audio from your iPod to your Linux PC): Shairport!!
To install and use it on Fedora 16 distribution is really simple.
First of all you should install all the required packages to build this project:
yum install openssl-devel libao libao-devel perl-Crypt-OpenSSL-RSA perl-IO-Socket-INET6 perl-libwww-perl avahi-tools
Then, after a little clone of the git repository
git clone https://github.com/albertz/shairport.git
You can enter in the shairport directory and build it
mmornati@desktop shairport$ make
cc -O2 -Wall -DHAIRTUNES_STANDALONE hairtunes.c alac.o -o hairtunes -lm -lpthread -lssl -lcrypto -lao
cc -O2 -Wall -c socketlib.c -o socketlib.o
cc -O2 -Wall -c shairport.c -o shairport.o
cc -O2 -Wall -c hairtunes.c -o hairtunes.o
cc -O2 -Wall socketlib.o shairport.o alac.o hairtunes.o -o shairport -lm -lpthread -lssl -lcrypto -lao
Now you can simply startup the shairport script and — (Read more)
I noticed that some one arrived on this blog using “how to use epomodoro eclipse plugin” as search term. Sometimes I think things all always simple, but, even for simple things it’s better to have a little guide.
So here you are some instructions!
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I just released the new ePomodoro version. It includes:
- Minor bugfixing
- Message Receiver Listener activated also when Team Status view is not active/visible
- Restyled user message box (to send a message to user you can select it on the TeamStatus table and then chose Send Message using the right-click context menu)
You can find it on the ePomodoro update site (I noticed that you can’t browse the repository if you are using Google Chrome or Safari, don’t know why), or download it from Google Code ePomodoro page.
And, starting today, you can find it on the Eclipse Marketplace too (I think you should use the update site even if you pass for the marketplace).
Sources are available on GitHub and — (Read more)
Since today you can install ePomodoro directly using the provided update site! And naturally update it using the Eclipse function Check for Update.
You can add this Update Site: http://repos.mornati.net/eclipse/ and select ePomodoro.
Should work, even if at the moment you get a message saying the content is not signed, bla, bla, bla. I’ll fix it next days, but let me know if you can install ePomodoro without — (Read more)
I’ve just released the ePomodoro 1.0.3.
This version includes:
- Bugfixes in communication stuffs
- Changes to UI interfaces
- Added status bar timer management (no more view required)
- Added single user message (shown just when selected user is not on Pomodoro)
- Added configuration of connection parameters in preference page (you can choose manyally the bind address if it does not work)
You can download the binary directly on GitHub or GoogleCode (sources are on both server):
Enjoy your Pomodoro work! — (Read more)