Mkay so I just finished cleaning most of it out and writing up some sample webTorrent protocol kind of stuff like basic stream functions or blob URL kind of stuff. I’m also looking into http://webtorrent.io/docs I saw you pull some stuff from it earlier so I’m trying to look into that.
There’s also a project doing something similar to what I’m trying to do called fastcast.nz and they have their source on gitHub and it has the kind of video container that I’m trying to achieve but everything has been buggy lately so I’m trying not to take too much from them.
Okay so I’m pretty desperate at this point so I’m going to fish around to see if I can find one of my live USBs running linux because windows and node.js don’t mix so let’s hope it works out.
I have a USB running either Ubuntu or Linux Mint both which I can use to install node.js and browserify the real tools I need to run WebTorrent.
I can’t install cygin or whatever it is because I’m on my school laptop and my linux PC is an ex bluescreen and needs a new fan ATM.
This officially sucks. I found the drive and booted it no issue. . . . … . . … . . . . … . . … . . . . … . . … . . . . … . . … . . . . … . . … . . . . … . . … . . . . … . . … and then forgot the password. I have no idea what I put down as a password but it wasn’t any of the 20 passwords I tried. I recall having one that was like
***REDACTED*** or something ridiculous like that and then I wrote it down and later burned the paper cause I thought I deleted all the accounts with that password
I’m looking around on TuxTracker for a live DVD copy of an OS now cause I’m exahausted and it’s already 10:00 here and don’t have permissions format USBs on this account. Any recommendations if you’re on at the moment @Daniel?
I’m probably just going to go with something Debian based. That should work so probably like Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, Red Hat, Kali Linux, or something. I think Kali Linux is the smallest and most hacker/coder friendly and therefore should burn the fastest so I’m probably going to go with that.