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Re: Appliance vs Package vs Distro
« Reply #60 on: December 15, 2007, 04:58:07 pm »
Hmmm... well the DCERouter is possibly one of the easiest components to have running on a chosen distribution. Over the time i have been involved in Pluto and now LinuxMCE... it has been built/installed on most distributions I can think of (there maybe some it hasn't).
Nobody said that deploying lmce is rocket science. It's the amount of code that makes things complex. Nothing in there is hard to compile..
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can we now please concentrate on developing lmce further in here? I think some of you are missing a "community talk" forum.

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Re: Appliance vs Package vs Distro
« Reply #61 on: December 15, 2007, 05:10:30 pm »
Hmmm... well the DCERouter is possibly one of the easiest components to have running on a chosen distribution. Over the time i have been involved in Pluto and now LinuxMCE... it has been built/installed on most distributions I can think of (there maybe some it hasn't).
Nobody said that deploying lmce is rocket science. It's the amount of code that makes things complex. Nothing in there is hard to compile..
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can we now please concentrate on developing lmce further in here? I think some of you are missing a "community talk" forum.

regards,
hari

Hari... thats exactly my point... The DCERouter on its own is no test... its the complexity of the whole of LinuxMCE that is the challenge. But if there are like minded people who are motivated to do it they will.
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