As I predicted a couple days ago on the osTicket forums, just minutes ago osTicket 1.7 RC6 was released. This release candidate addresses many bugs that were reported from previous released as well as a host of [unnamed] enhancements and improvements. Although Peter said that RC5 was likely to be the last RC nearly 3 weeks ago we hope this will be the last RC release before the long awaited stable.
Realms Aid V
Event starts at 11:00 AM, on Sunday September 15, 2013.
Event ends at 6:00 PM, on Sunday September 15, 2013.
Site opens at 10:00 am and closes at dusk
Place: Greely Park (big) - Nashua, NH.
Cost: $6 paid pre-reg, $10 at the door.
Pre-registration: None Required.
So since I updated to XBMC 12 (Frodo) Netflix hasn't worked quite right. It would load, it would stream, but it wouldn't play sound, and well thats a game stopper.
I have sound in XBMC. If I logged over to the desktop I have sound when I open a webbrowser and load youtube.com to play something. But if XBMC is running (either by launching it from the desktop or booting into it) I wouldn't get any sound when using Advanced Launcher to load Netflix.
UPDATE 3/18/2013: Peter has announce that 1.8 will have language support.
The great thing about open source programs is that you are free to modify the source how ever you want. This means that if a project is released in English and its not your native language you can change it.
With XBMC 12 (Frodo) being released January 29th it was time to think about upgrading my HTPC. Since it's been a little over the a week since its release I figured if there were any show stoppers I would have read about them over at the XBMC forums, so I figured last night that it was time.
As with any serious upgrade you should always take back ups first. So I utilized rsync to create a back up of my boot drive just in case. Here's what I did: