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Will You Move to an Android Phone or Tablet?

View Poll Results: Will You Move to an Android Phone or Tablet?
Well, I already have an Android phone! 8 33.33%
Yes, I am thinking of an Android phone! 8 33.33%
No, I'm not interested in Android anything! 6 25.00%
Well, I already have an Android phone and tablet! 1 4.17%
Well, I already have an Android tablet! 1 4.17%
Yes, I am thinking of a new Android tablet! 0 0%
Yes, I am thinking of both an Android phone and tablet! 0 0%
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Originally Posted by Corona688
Who said anything about keyboard? I'm talking about scripting. Using one program from another without having to do simulated mouseclicks etc. I've nothing against a good GUI. But if that's all there is...
Oh, I see your bias now.

You believe if a platform is not optimized (or capable) for scripting, then it is not "worthy" and you don't think Android will ever be useful or capable for scripting.

Finally, you make yourself clear, LOL

Whew! I thought I would never understand, not being a mind reader Smilie

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CRTMPSERVER(1)						      General Commands Manual						    CRTMPSERVER(1)

crtmpserver - is a high performance streaming platform written on C++ SYNOPSIS
crtmpserver [options] <configuration> DESCRIPTION
crtmpserver it is a high performance streaming server able to stream (live or recorded) in the following technologies: - To and from Flash (RTMP, RTMPE, RTMPS, RTMPT, RTMPTE) - To and from embedded devices: iPhone, Android - From surveillance cameras - IP-TV using MPEG-TS and RTSP/RTCP/RTP protocols Also, crtmpserver can be used as a high performance rendes-vous server. For example, it enables you to do: - Audio/Video conferencing - Online gaming - Online collaboration - Simple/complex chat applications OPTIONS
--help Show summary of options. --version Show version of program. --use-implicit-console-appender Adds a console log appender. Particulary useful when the server starts and stops immediatly. Allows you to see if something is wrong with the config file. --daemon Overrides the daemon setting inside the config file and forces the server to start in daemon mode. --uid=<uid> Run the process with the specified user id. --gid=<gid> Run the process with the specified group id. FILES
/usr/sbin/crtmpserver Main daemon execution file /usr/share/doc/crtmpserver/examples/crtmpserver.lua.gz Example daemon configuration file /usr/share/doc/crtmpserver/examples/crtmpserver.init Example init.d script SEE ALSO
The crtmpserver homepage: Full documentation on crtmpserver, including guides and FAQs, is available at Report bugs at AUTHOR
crtmpserver was written by Gavriloaie Eugen-Andrei <>. This manual page was written by Andriy Beregovenko <>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). Linux February 11, 2011 CRTMPSERVER(1)

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