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As far as I know, everything installed properly using the instructions on the wiki and without changing anything in /etc/apt/sources.list. I can get through the AVWizard, and and everything seems to load afterward.  All my network settings look correct...

However...I can't get beyond that.  I get a progress bar on the bottom of the screen that gets to 98%, and then restarts.  It repeats itself about 20 times and then quits trying.  I have a mouse pointer on the screen and messages are displayed indicating things are installing.  A few things from my logs:
  • pluto.log - indicates launchorbiter (server) was spawned but died
  • - cannot register with router  Return code: 1

This new problem appears to be unrelated to the install and my original problem, so if I can't get it resolved I may start a new topic.


felpouse - Based on the last few posts, I think the repos have been fixed and all works well now as per the install instructions on the wiki.  I'm currently re-running the install script, so I'll find out soon. (wow...this takes a long time!)


thx! worked after changing the mirror.
Went til the end, with one error:
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
  pluto-asterisk: Depends: pluto-voicemail-monitor but it is not going to be installed
                  PreDepends: asterisk-pluto but it is not going to be installed
E: Broken packages

Just got to that point in the install and got the same error. I'm surprised it kept going beyond that though.

Question...should I run the script before trying to get this fixed??


Just checked the repository for beta2 and pluto-xine-player has been added as of today (31-Jan-2010 16:21). I'm assuming it will now work without adding the repo I mentioned in my previous post. I'm currently reinstalling.


Doing some searching, I found that this repository does not contain pluto-xine-player
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I'm going to do a complete reinstall today and see if I can get it to go.  I'll post my exact steps in a few hours if I get this to work.


The AVWizard wiki lists how to run the AVWizard from the command line as
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Unfortunately doesn't exist on my install, so I'm guessing it's just broken and not going to work no matter what I do in the webadmin. I've already tried reinstalling, so I'm not sure if it's worth another try or not.

I'm glad to see I'm not the only one with this problem.

Correct me if I am wrong but I THINK it is at

Have you tried
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sudo apt-get install --fix-missingor
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sudo dpkg --configure -a?

If you can get into desktop/linuxmce admin page... I recommend looking at your network/settings and make sure that your nics arent swapped.
Those didn't seem to do anything, but I have made a bit of progress and can now at least access the web admin page.

/etc/network/interfaces listed my internal network card as eth0:1 instead of eth1 (missed that when I was first looking at it) so I changed that.

As per the wiki my /etc/default/dhcp3-server contained my external network
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"INTERFACES=eth0"instead of my internal network
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After rebooting I now have a black screen with a cursor, and several messages appear indicating that avwizard and orbiter was installed, but avwizard still doesn't start (at least I don't think it does). I've read some of the other 'black screen' posts on the forums, but haven't heard any of the beeps, and F7 doesn't do anything. My problem seems very similar to

Anyway, I'm going play with the webadmin and see if I can get a little further with this. I'll post an update if I make any progress.


I installed the latest beta2 (new-install-latest.tar.gz from 22-Jan-2010) via the internet as per the instructions on the wiki but am running into a problem with the pluto-orbiter package.

Running ./ gives the message that pluto-orbiter failed due to missing dependencies (missing pluto-avwizard) and I have to Ctrl-C to get out of it. I also get the same thing when running /usr/pluto/bin/

I've tried to manually install pluto-avwizard, but it depends on pluto-xine-player which I also cannot install manually as I get the message "package pluto-xine-player has no installation candidate".  I've verified that
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deb intrepid release
is in /etc/apt/sources.list as per the thread at but it still won't work.

I've also confirmed my network settings as per, but that hasn't helped either.

I have the feeling something is missing in /etc/apt/sources.list, or it's not properly connecting to one of the sources listed.  Does anyone know what the source is for pluto-xine-player?  I've searched the forums, the wiki and google but can't seem to find anything. Any suggestions are appreciated as I'd love to get this going.


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