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Tapatalk Stats for Forums (Android v. iPhone)
Interesting... for both the iPhone and Andriod phones, so far browsing forums using the Tapatalk apps is rare. Seems folks like the web (browser) format better. With new tablets coming out, I think this trend (browser on tablets v. special apps) will continue.
I was surprised, however, that Android usage is higher than iPhone (beginning until Oct 17, 2010)....
So... here are the changes.
1. The current home page of the forum is now based on a algo (below) which shows a thread based on this SQL
$select_limit = 1;
$reply_count = 3;
$thread_array = array();
$forum_id = 30; //shell programming
$query = 'SELECT * FROM thread WHERE... (5 Replies)
I'm about to make the switch over to Android OS for my mobile phone. I'm thinking my first Android phone might be something like a Samsung Galaxy S or an HTC Desire HD, or I might wait for one of the new Android tablets coming out later this year (like the Samsung 7" tablet on Android).
Was... (10 Replies)
I just upgraded to Android 2.2 from 2.1. The GPS issue that was troublesome in 2.1 seems to have been fixed. Some of web browsing seems faster, but it could just be my connection is better today ;) Flash works in some browsers but not very good and it is too slow for Flash apps designed for... (0 Replies)
Reading The UNIX and Linux Forums on My Mobile Phone
For testing purposes, I have installed Tapatalk on my mobile (Samsung Galaxy S running Android 2.1 for now).
Feel free to give it a try and post back any comments. You can now read The UNIX and Linux Forums on your mobile via this app.... (7 Replies)
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LEARN ABOUT FREEBSD
URNDIS(4) BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual URNDIS(4)NAME
urndis -- USB Remote NDIS Ethernet device
To compile this driver into the kernel, place the following lines in your kernel configuration file:
Alternatively, to load the driver as a module at boot time, place the following line in loader.conf(5):
The urndis driver provides Ethernet access over Remote NDIS (RNDIS), allowing mobile devices such as phones and tablets to provide network
access. It is often referred to as USB tethering, and in most cases must be explicitly enabled on the device.
urndis should work with any USB RNDIS devices, such as those commonly found on Android devices. It does not support different media types or
options. For more information on configuring this device, see ifconfig(8).
The urndis driver supports the "tethering" functionality of many Android devices.
SEE ALSO arp(4), cdce(4), ipheth(4), netintro(4), usb(4), ifconfig(8)HISTORY
The urndis device driver first appeared in OpenBSD 4.7. The first FreeBSD release to include it was FreeBSD 9.3.
The urndis driver was written by Jonathan Armani <email@example.com>, Michael Knudsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>, and Fabien Romano
<email@example.com>. It was ported to FreeBSD by Hans Petter Selasky <hps@FreeBSD.org>.
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