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  • mediaserver – Benny Michielsen
    The stream can be opened in iTunes or WMP just like you d do with any internet radio The downside of this is that you can t browse your collection through these players though I m sure that you can find a plugin for WMP to do this since there are iPhone applications iPeng Squidgy available to control a SqueezeCenter I first tried their recent 7 3 release but that didn t want to run the previous version 7 2 ran like a breeze The only out of the box way to control what songs are played is through the web interface The second one I installed was Firefly Media Server since this one is based on a proprietary Apple protocol it works great in iTunes Your collection is recognized as a shared iTunes library so you can choose what you want to hear in the same way you do when the mp3 s would be stored locally The downside of this is that I can t run this in my media center and that I need iTunes on my other windows machines Also if I d want to play music on a stereo I d need to keep a PC running since the server can t stream directly to AirTunes The third one I tried was TwonkyMedia installation was no problem but I couldn t connect with any player and the posts on their forum didn t seem that promissing customers who don t get support is no good advertisement The server however is based on the UPnP protocol which is kind of the standard in the industry WMP 11 can connect to such a server as can the Playstation 3 and a lot of other players Searching for UPnP servers led me to TVersity which blew me away

    Original URL path: http://blog.bennymichielsen.be/tag/mediaserver/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Virtualisation with VirtualBox – Benny Michielsen
    Windows box You don t loose any responsiveness Copy Pasting text is supported so I can copy text from i e Safari into Notepad While skimming through the manual there was a mention on how to share files between the two operating systems but I haven t really looked into that It works with shared folders to achieve this functionality the two other virtualisation options support drag and drop I think You can run VirtualBox as any other window but most of the time I run it in seamless mode This means that the applications you start in Windows can be placed next to your running OS X applications seamlessly This is illustrated by the attached screenshots the first one shows the Windows applications locked on the Windows desktop and the second one shows the same applications but now running in seamless mode I first used spaces to keep my OS X and Windows applications separated but found that not comfortably to work in I would look something up in Safari then switch to Visual Studio and saw all the applications fly from left to right a few minutes later I d receive a mail and everything flew back again If there would be one school example on why to use spaces I thought it would be virtualisation but now I m not convinced of the entire idea any more Why on earth would you use it except for adding more icons on your desktop So to sum it up if you need to run Windows on OS X and don t want to reboot everytime for BootCamp go download VirtualBox Since a video says so much more on how everything works here is a movie I found on YouTube Author BennyM Posted on 04 01 2009 Categories Computer Tags

    Original URL path: http://blog.bennymichielsen.be/2009/01/04/virtualisation-with-virtualbox/ (2016-04-29)
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  • virtualisation – Benny Michielsen
    working like the function keys I don t feel any difference compared to working on a native Windows box You don t loose any responsiveness Copy Pasting text is supported so I can copy text from i e Safari into Notepad While skimming through the manual there was a mention on how to share files between the two operating systems but I haven t really looked into that It works with shared folders to achieve this functionality the two other virtualisation options support drag and drop I think You can run VirtualBox as any other window but most of the time I run it in seamless mode This means that the applications you start in Windows can be placed next to your running OS X applications seamlessly This is illustrated by the attached screenshots the first one shows the Windows applications locked on the Windows desktop and the second one shows the same applications but now running in seamless mode I first used spaces to keep my OS X and Windows applications separated but found that not comfortably to work in I would look something up in Safari then switch to Visual Studio and saw all the applications fly from left to right a few minutes later I d receive a mail and everything flew back again If there would be one school example on why to use spaces I thought it would be virtualisation but now I m not convinced of the entire idea any more Why on earth would you use it except for adding more icons on your desktop So to sum it up if you need to run Windows on OS X and don t want to reboot everytime for BootCamp go download VirtualBox Since a video says so much more on how everything works here

    Original URL path: http://blog.bennymichielsen.be/tag/virtualisation/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Using Fluent NHibernate in Spring.Net – Benny Michielsen
    17 43 Actually it turns out this didn t quite solve the problem for me I use Spring NET transaction attributes in my services and using Fluently Configure in the LocalSessionFactoryObject PostProcessConfiguration appears to break this I m not getting back Spring s ISession implementation I think so the transaction attributes aren t being observed Benny do you have a solution that works with the most current Fluent update I found that with the newest version of Fluent no mappings were loading when I invoked config AddMappingsFromAssembly Assembly Load assemblyName which is why I went to Fluently Configure in the first place Reply Benny Michielsen says 02 07 2009 at 06 26 I ll look into it but it ll be something for next week Won t have a computer the following days Reply David Lieberman says 13 07 2009 at 16 46 Thanks Benny I ll be interested to see what you come up with Reply liang says 10 08 2009 at 15 27 protected override ISessionFactory NewSessionFactory Configuration config config Fluently Configure config Mappings m m FluentMappings AddFromAssemblyOf BuildConfiguration return base NewSessionFactory config Reply Rodrigo Longo says 14 08 2009 at 21 03 I m working with HibernateDaoSupport and I can t figure out how to configure Fluent in order to make it work Anybody could help me Reply robsosno says 20 01 2010 at 10 45 After several trials and experiments I ve got slightly improved version assemblies and properties comes like show sql from Spring context The only hardcoded part remains Database section quote public class TestNhibernateLocalSessionFactoryObject LocalSessionFactoryObject private string fluentNhibernateMappingAssemblies Sets the assemblies to load that contain fluent nhibernate mappings The mapping assemblies public string FluentNhibernateMappingAssemblies get return fluentNhibernateMappingAssemblies set fluentNhibernateMappingAssemblies value Fluent configuration protected override void PostProcessConfiguration Configuration config IDictionary properties base PostProcessConfiguration config properties config Properties Fluently Configure config Database SQLiteConfiguration Standard ProxyFactoryFactory properties proxyfactory factory class InMemory Mappings m foreach string assemblyName in fluentNhibernateMappingAssemblies m HbmMappings AddFromAssembly Assembly Load assemblyName m FluentMappings AddFromAssembly Assembly Load assemblyName ExportTo c ala ExposeConfiguration x foreach var item in x Properties if properties ContainsKey item Key properties item Key item Value else properties Add item x SetProperties properties BuildConfiguration quote I don t know why but foreach assemblyName works with field but not with a property Also in my case I have both fluent and xml mappings in the same assembly If this doesn t work in other cases then you need to define two separate properties Reply lemonhan says 07 02 2010 at 03 25 Could you add a configuration within the spring xml file in your blog Reply robsosno says 04 03 2010 at 21 03 After further testing I ve found that original Benny code almost works The main change I ve made is related to loading assemblies changed API quote public class TestNhibernateLocalSessionFactoryObject LocalSessionFactoryObject private string fluentNhibernateMappingAssemblies Sets the assemblies to load that contain fluent nhibernate mappings The mapping assemblies public string FluentNhibernateMappingAssemblies get return fluentNhibernateMappingAssemblies set fluentNhibernateMappingAssemblies value Fluent configuration protected

    Original URL path: http://blog.bennymichielsen.be/2009/01/04/using-fluent-nhibernate-in-spring-net/ (2016-04-29)
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  • intentions – Benny Michielsen
    Tada Tags intentions new year Leave a comment on Blog Intentions for 2009 Search Search for Search Follow me Recent Comments Rick on Partitioning and wildcards in an Azure Data Factory pipeline BennyM on WCF HTTPS And Request Entity Too Large Justin on WCF HTTPS And Request Entity Too Large The Morning Brew Chris Alcock The Morning Brew 2052 on Getting up and running with Mono and Raspberry Pi 3

    Original URL path: http://blog.bennymichielsen.be/tag/intentions/ (2016-04-29)
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  • new year – Benny Michielsen
    Tada Tags intentions new year Leave a comment on Blog Intentions for 2009 Search Search for Search Follow me Recent Comments Rick on Partitioning and wildcards in an Azure Data Factory pipeline BennyM on WCF HTTPS And Request Entity Too Large Justin on WCF HTTPS And Request Entity Too Large The Morning Brew Chris Alcock The Morning Brew 2052 on Getting up and running with Mono and Raspberry Pi 3

    Original URL path: http://blog.bennymichielsen.be/tag/new-year/ (2016-04-29)
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  • In search of a mediaserver – Benny Michielsen
    applications iPeng Squidgy available to control a SqueezeCenter I first tried their recent 7 3 release but that didn t want to run the previous version 7 2 ran like a breeze The only out of the box way to control what songs are played is through the web interface The second one I installed was Firefly Media Server since this one is based on a proprietary Apple protocol it works great in iTunes Your collection is recognized as a shared iTunes library so you can choose what you want to hear in the same way you do when the mp3 s would be stored locally The downside of this is that I can t run this in my media center and that I need iTunes on my other windows machines Also if I d want to play music on a stereo I d need to keep a PC running since the server can t stream directly to AirTunes The third one I tried was TwonkyMedia installation was no problem but I couldn t connect with any player and the posts on their forum didn t seem that promissing customers who don t get support is no good advertisement The server however is based on the UPnP protocol which is kind of the standard in the industry WMP 11 can connect to such a server as can the Playstation 3 and a lot of other players Searching for UPnP servers led me to TVersity which blew me away I can connect with my iPhone my Vista Media Center WMP any browser It s much more than just an audio server I suggest you look at their website and try it out The only downside iTunes doesn t support UPnP So far my search for a media server I haven t

    Original URL path: http://blog.bennymichielsen.be/2008/12/17/in-search-of-a-mediaserver/ (2016-04-29)
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  • firefly – Benny Michielsen
    you can find a plugin for WMP to do this since there are iPhone applications iPeng Squidgy available to control a SqueezeCenter I first tried their recent 7 3 release but that didn t want to run the previous version 7 2 ran like a breeze The only out of the box way to control what songs are played is through the web interface The second one I installed was Firefly Media Server since this one is based on a proprietary Apple protocol it works great in iTunes Your collection is recognized as a shared iTunes library so you can choose what you want to hear in the same way you do when the mp3 s would be stored locally The downside of this is that I can t run this in my media center and that I need iTunes on my other windows machines Also if I d want to play music on a stereo I d need to keep a PC running since the server can t stream directly to AirTunes The third one I tried was TwonkyMedia installation was no problem but I couldn t connect with any player and the posts on their forum didn t seem that promissing customers who don t get support is no good advertisement The server however is based on the UPnP protocol which is kind of the standard in the industry WMP 11 can connect to such a server as can the Playstation 3 and a lot of other players Searching for UPnP servers led me to TVersity which blew me away I can connect with my iPhone my Vista Media Center WMP any browser It s much more than just an audio server I suggest you look at their website and try it out The only downside iTunes doesn

    Original URL path: http://blog.bennymichielsen.be/tag/firefly/ (2016-04-29)
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