I'm back at blogging!
My last post: https://blog.adol.pw/2019/01/return-blogging-2019/
Expect more of that (I hope with more quality, I'm trying!)
I'm trying to debug an application which I use for listening to my music DSub. The problem is that, with Android Pie, there's something about the application that does not send the metadata to my car and, thus, I cannot see what I'm listening to (I know the songs, but I want to see them in the car's screen).
Also, that means that I cannot start/stop the song because something is not working properly.
I don't want to go to the car each time I have to test it, nor I want to spend time in my car with my laptop testing it and draining the car's battery.
So, do you know if I can simulate something with a Raspberry Pi, or an Arduino, or even using a Mac laptop's bluetooth and turn it into a receiver to see what data is sending the application and, thus, debug it at home?
It sounds bizarre, I know, but I didn't find anything (or I didn't search properly, too).
Thank for the RT if you did it :)
So @fdroidorg chooses to not stay neutral anymore... Good to know.
A few days ago I disconvered Volkor X as a synthwave music artist...
Go and listen to this song!
I'm going to read the #bitcoin paper years after its publication... Because yes.
0.9.40 was released, including bugfixing and improving the actual protocol stack https://geti2p.net/en/blog/post/2019/05/07/0.9.40-Release
I take back my sarcastic jabs at @purism, though I stand by my statements against their PIA VPN integration. Packaging up free software under one brand is fine - if they respect the licenses and give credit to the authors. Supporting that software with upstreamed patches and financial contributions would be the classy thing to do.