My website was born on 1997, I closed it many years ago due to the social networks advent.
Actually I notice that Social Networks have some limits, for this reason I opened a new blog about the Information Technology: my world.
I hope to be able to post some useful stuffs
I’m waiting your suggestions & feedbacks, in the meanwhile. please excuse me for my bad english
FFMPEG is the swiss army knife of Internet Streaming. As written in the homepage “is a very fast video and audio converter that can also grab from a live audio/video source. It can also convert between arbitrary sample rates and resize video on the fly with a high quality polyphase filter. “
Now, we are going to convert all FLAC files from a specific directory to MP3 256K. It’s not a good idea from the quality perspective, but, you know, some players don’t support FLAC file.
First step is installing FFMPEG with all required codecs. If you are using a Debian base distro just run the following command:
# sudo apt-get install ffmpeg lame flac
unfortunately, ffmpeg is not part of Ubuntu 14.04 official repositories, so we need to add it before installing it:
Capybara is a great Gem about integration tests in Ruby on Rail. It simulates how a real user would interact with your application by the browser.
writing down a series of posts about GNU Linux commands.is one of the main purposes of this blog.
In these posts we are going to review some Linux commands with practical examples.This is not a complete but it’s a compact list of commands to refer when needed.These posts are not a linux training or a complete guide: you can use manpages for that (aka RTFM)The goal is share information about GNU Linux commands , improve my knowledge and use this website to cut & paste commands that I’m not able to remember
Bug fixes, suggestions and feedbacks are welcome as usual !