[Inx] Release Candidate 1 (INX)
sehku17 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 9 20:54:13 PDT 2008
On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 4:12 AM, Peter Garrett <inx-one at optusnet.com.au>
> <http://inx.maincontent.net/devel/rc-1/>We are running tests on a torrent
> which I am currently hosting.
> Please report whether it "works"
> * Downloads OK? Report speeds if possible...
> * While/when the download completes, do you see any seeding (upload)
Downloaded it using rtorrent, at about 60 KBps (as a matter of fact, we
might want to include rtorrent, it is a command-line tool) Did not see any
> * Does the tracker send error messages (for example, claiming your data
> port is unreachable) ?
Didn't do that for me.
> RC-1 INX:
> * The links2 browser is no longer SUID root. This means that it will
> use the slower "fb" driver from INX menus. You can still run it with
> the faster "directfb" by invoking it from a prompt though.
> * A couple of the "hard coded" radio station scripts have been tweaked.
> This means that for example the ABC streams will default to "mms" but
> try rtsp or mp3 if that fails. The ABC's streams are rather unreliable -
> I hope that this will help
> * I have included my "CDMP" CD player in the "Fun" menu :)
> This means you can play CDs either from a second CD-ROM or from the one
> you booted with (if you use the "To RAM" option from the bootup screen).
Doesn't mplayer play cds already? (mplayer -cdda)
> Please report on this edition - there will probably be only one more
> before the "final", and bugs need to be found before that!
I'll report if I find any.
> Peter Garrett <inx-one at optusnet.com.au>
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