Crash logging Opera with Inspector IIXII for Linux, Part 2

Following up with an update to my original post, I’ve brought an easier way for you to make use of Inspector every single time you open Opera.

In a nutshell, I’ve written a script that launches Opera and then attaches Inspector to the process id. There is a setup script that will make some necessary changes and create a shortcut on your Desktop for you that opens Opera and Inspector for you easily!

If you want to find out more about the Opera + Inspector Launcher or download it for yourself just head over to the info/download page.

If you have any questions and/or suggestions, just leave them in the comments here or on the Launcher page.

My One Year Anniversary With Netflix

As you can tell from the goofy title, I’ve been with Netflix for one year now!

I must say that I’ve loved the service! I use the Watch Instantly feature daily and get two in the postal mail every 3-4 days!

I recommend it to all of my friends if you don’t have it already. If you’re even the slightest bit tech savvy then you’ll also find that it’s easy to stream movies from Watch Instantly to your television!

My laptop has an S-Video out and my television at home has an S-Video in. If you’re not sure what S-Video is then here’s an image.

s-video-port s-video-cable

The image on the left is the port that you should look for on your television and computer, while the image on the right is the cable that connects the two. You can click on the images to view a larger version.

The only problem that some of you may run into after getting the two connected is figuring out how to switch the computer view to an output source. I won’t go into too much detail on that since there will be far too many computers and layouts for me to cover, but simply put there is typically a button on your keyboard up on the top row that will toggle output sources. You may need to use a key combination such as the function key and the output source key which for me is Fn+F4.

I hope that helps and for those of you who suddenly realized the potential of Netflix (and other video sources such as Hulu), I hope your on your way to streaming more. 😉