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  1. nick2017

    Google Chrome

    Thanks for this! I just had this problem, searched for it Linustechtips.com came 1st on Google Search
  2. nick2017

    Floatplane Website "Stats"

    iOS Apps require Macs...............
  3. MBP: £1700 - i5, 16, 256, 13in £1900 - i7, 16, 256, 13in £2100 - i7, 16, 256, 15in MBA: £1100 - i5, 8, 256
  4. I need: Computer for at home Mac for iOS Development Laptop for at school Budget: £1000-2000 (for all 3) Should I get a MacBook Pro 2017 with touchbar or Desktop and MacBook Air?
  5. nick2017

    Good, durable earphones.

    I use these: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bluetooth-Headphones-Anker-Lightweight-Waterproof-Black/dp/B01N6DC2ZE/ with my iPhone 7 that doesn't have a headphone jack
  6. nick2017

    I need A TON of clips of Linus dropping things

    1:22 1:52 2:05 2:45 it's just a few seconds after the timestamp
  7. nick2017

    Encrypting all Traffic?

    Have a VPS or Dedicated Server with Dedicated IP located near your house. Setup a TCP/UDP tunnel between your computer and that server.
  8. nick2017

    Host Images

    If the image and main website location are close together, the latency would be similar as if they were on the main website.
  9. nick2017

    Host Images

    You need a webserver, I would recommend NGINX. You should probably run it of a port other than 80 or 443 (SSL) as your ISP may block them. If your site has SSL, I would suggest an SSL Port. You might need to port forward the port. Find your external IP (I use this tool on my website), If it is static, set up a subdomain with A record (IPv4) or AAAA record (IPv6) (use both if possible), if it is dynamic, you can use a service like NoIP DDNS. Then use the subdomain or the free dynamic subdomain to link to your images.
  10. nick2017

    Send images to web server

    Because there might be 1000's or more of images you want to get the latest one or you might want multiple streams maybe.
  11. nick2017

    The under 100 line challenge!

    http://url.nick-e.uk/bw shows random characters in about 2 Lines of HTML 3 Lines of CSS 7 Lines of JavaScript
  12. nick2017

    Send images to web server

    Here's how I would do it: Requirements: A database of some kind A file storage place of some kind PHP. Javascript/ Other Language client for uploading the images Javascript in browser to refresh images. Every minute or so, get computer with webcam to upload image to PHP, get PHP to store file in file storage place and add an entry to the database with timestamp. The javascript getting the images, send a request every minute or so to the PHP, get PHP to get the newest entry in database and show the image.
  13. nick2017

    Is this a good CPU?

    I don't think it has a PSU, the connector is right next to the other audio and usb ports