VMPlayer test environments are incredibly useful for anyone who wants to tinker with new software. It lets you have a playground environment where you can play, break and mess around as much as you like on an operating system with no consequences to your real home media server operations. In … I'm curious
VMPlayer is a powerful virtual machine software that runs on Windows. It will let you run Ubuntu on your Windows machine without have to mess with disk partitions or dual booting and is useful for testing different software. I use VMPlayer and VMWorkstation for resizing SD card partitions in Ubuntu … I'm curious
VMPlayer is a great alternative to VirtualBox to test out new software. Virtual Machines are your digital playground for evaluating new software to avoid messing with your production environment (likely your home media server) and breaking something. In the last post I showed you how easy it is to install … I'm curious
Test environments are incredibly useful for anyone who wants to tinker with new software. Virtual Machines lets you have a playground environment where you can test software before you install it on your actual home media server. I would bet most people do testing on their production environments. Your production environment … I'm curious
ComicStreamer can help you view your digital comic collection across your network. It is similar to Ubooquity but written in Python, ComicStreamer turns any device into a comic server that will display your comic collection on a variety of devices so you can sync your library with your e-reader.
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NZBMegaSearch aggregates all of your usenet indexers into one convenient place. It has the same API as newznab indexers so it will work with automation software like SickRage, Sonarr and CouchPotato. The NZBMegaSearch fork used in this guide includes patches so that it works with Sonarr (previously NzbDrone). I have … I'm curious