The release of Ubuntu 13.04 included many great features and additions. However, like 11.04 and 12.04 LTS, Ubuntu has been changing. In this edition of Ubuntu, Wubi installer is dropped. Wubi was a program that could install Ubuntu like a Windows application.
Have you heard of SiriProxy? It allows you to add custom commands to Siri. Apple stores Siri’s commands on a web server making it impossible to use a program like iFunBox or iPhoneExplorer to upload commands to Siri. Instead you need to create a SiriProxy Server to redirect Siri requests to your house. That is why it makes it great to install the SiriProxy Server on your device.
I am going to make a tutorial soon but I am having trouble setting it up myself. I have finally got Siri to connect to the server, but it just gives Ruby errors when I press the Siri button on my iPad.
NOTE:To see SiriProxy in action go to this link: http://www.idownloadblog.com/2011/12/09/our-own-video-demonstration-of-siri-proxy-in-action
This is a short post describing my first adventure with the Raspberry Pi.
I remember when the box came from Newark. Finally my Pi (Short for Raspberry Pi) had arrived. I had to wait till weekend to use it because I had my homework and other things to do. When weekend arrived I flashed an old 2GB SD Card with the Raspian OS and grabbed the keyboard and mouse only to realize, that I would have an issue connecting to Ethernet and using it with HDMI at the same time. I decided to use PUTTY to SSH into the Pi. Then when I was going to plug in my Pi to my Micro-USB cable I found out I needed a different type of Micro-USB cable, The one that comes in Cellphones and MP3 Players. I am more of an Apple guy when it comes to handheld devices, but thankfully my Dad isn’t . I borrowed his charger and fired up the Pi. What should I start with, I thought to myself, but by the time the Pi was set up I ran out of time. 🙂