A Special Review of Stremium – A DVR and Viewer for Multiple Web IPTV Services, Including Locast! (Video)

Dr. Bill reviews the Stremium DVR Roku application, the Android Phone version, and the Web version of Stremium. Every version, on every platform, has very different features, and basically must be used in conjunction with each other for the FULL benefit it brings to Cord Cutters. However, it is a worthwhile platform, and Dr. Bill has subscribed, and is using it on a daily basis! Get all of your channels in one guide on your favorite devices and never miss a moment with the Stremium Cloud DVR.

00:08 Stremium on the Roku app
01:27 Stremium on Android (Phone)
05:19 Stremium on the Web Browser (Brave)
10:30 Summary

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A Special Review of Stremium – A DVR and Viewer for Multiple Web IPTV Services, Including Locast! (Audio)

Dr. Bill reviews the Stremium DVR Roku application, the Android Phone version, and the Web version of Stremium. Every version, on every platform, has very different features, and basically must be used in conjunction with each other for the FULL benefit it brings to Cord Cutters. However, it is a worthwhile platform, and Dr. Bill has subscribed, and is using it on a daily basis! Get all of your channels in one guide on your favorite devices and never miss a moment with the Stremium Cloud DVR.

00:08 Stremium on the Roku app
01:27 Stremium on Android (Phone)
05:19 Stremium on the Web Browser (Brave)
10:30 Summary

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TechPodcasts Network

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Some Hints and Tips for Windows

“The WMI command-line (WMIC) utility provides a command-line interface for Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). WMIC is compatible with existing shells and utility commands. The following is a general reference topic for WMIC. For more information and guidelines on how to use WMIC, including additional information on aliases, verbs, switches, and commands, see Using Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line and WMIC – Take Command-line Control over WMI.”

You can access the WMI commands at your computer’s Command Prompt, simply choose “Start” -> “Windows System” -> “Command Prompt”

Then you can type in commands, such as these example useful commands using WMI:

Get your Dell Service Tag without getting out of Windows:

wmic bios get serialnumber

Get your Microsoft Windows Product Key:

wmic path softwarelicensingservice get OA3xOriginalProductKey

And, here’s a bonus tip that doesn’t use the WMIC. If you want to get at the “old” Un-Install method for Windows, let’s call it the “Classic Version,” here’s what you can type at the Windows Command Prompt:

appwiz.cpl

CloudLinux to Invest More than a Million Dollars a Year into CentOS Replacement

CloudLinux to invest more than a million dollars a year into CentOS clone

https://almalinux.org/

ZDNet – By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols – “When Red Hat, CentOS’s Linux parent company, announced it was ‘shifting focus from CentOS Linux, the rebuild of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), to CentOS Stream, which tracks just ahead of a current RHEL release,’ it lost a lot of friends. CentOS co-founder, Gregory Kurtzer, immediately announced he’d create his own RHEL clone and CentOS replacement: Rocky Linux. He wasn’t the only one. CloudLinux also proclaimed it would create a new CentOS clone Lenix. And, CloudLinux will be putting over a million dollars a year behind it.

Why? Igor Seletskiy, CloudLinux CEO and founder, explained, ‘Red Hat’s announcement has left users looking for an alternative with all that CentOS provides and without the disruption of having to move to alternative distributions. We promise to dedicate the resources required to Project Lenix that will ensure impartiality and a not-for-profit community initiative. CloudLinux already has the assets, infrastructure, and experience to carry out the mission, and we promise to be open about the process of developing Project Lenix.’

CloudLinux has made a business of taking RHEL and CentOS code and fine-tuning it into CloudLinux OS. This is a customized, high-performance, lightweight Linux server for multitenancy web and server hosting companies.

They know what they’re doing. With 10 years of experience building a hardened CentOS Linux for data centers and hosting companies, the company brings deep technical knowledge of enterprise infrastructure, kernel development, and open-source software to its clients. CloudLinux OS has more than 200,000 product installations and 4,000 customers. Its users include Liquid Web, 1&1, and Dell.

Project Lenix will be a free, open-source, community-driven, 1:1 binary compatible fork of RHEL 8 (and future releases). For CentOS users, the company promises Lenix will provide an uninterrupted way to convert existing CentOS servers with absolutely zero downtime or need to reinstall anything. The company even claims you’ll be able to port entire CentOS server fleets with a single command with no reinstallation or reboots required. That’s a bold claim. But CloudLinux already does that trick with its commercial Linux distribution. If the company says it can do it, I think it can.

Lenix is only a placeholder name. As the community comes together — it’s gathering on Reddit — a yet to be formed governing board will decide on a permanent name for the distribution. If all goes well, the first software release will appear in the first quarter of 2021.”