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Installation issues / HDMI adaptor
« on: January 21, 2013, 10:37:18 pm »
Anyone knows an USB-HDMI adaptor that works in LMCE 10.04?

Thanks a lot!

Installation issues / linphone in Linux MCE 10.04
« on: January 17, 2013, 06:24:07 pm »
I am trying to configure linphone to be used from Linux MCE but I can't manage. Is there a tutorial somewhere?

Thanks a lot!

Installation issues / wlan0 external & eth0 internal in LMCE 10.04
« on: January 15, 2013, 11:13:59 pm »
This time i do not write to ask for help but just to share a workaround to a problem i had. It might be helpful in the future for noobs like myself.

I have LMCE installed on a laptop that has a wlan0 and an eth0. By default, LMCE considers that eth0 should be the external connection while wlan0 the internal one which is fine unless someone wants to have a good wireless router  to send the signal all over the house.
So, my setup is the following: a modem-router from my provider, LMCE laptop connected to it via wlan0, eth0 connected to a second wireless router.
To make the switch initially i used the "swap interfaces" button on the networking section of the Web Admin but i was still getting eth0 as external. So i installed Wicd. From terminal i executed
sudo ifdown eth0
then i connected wlan0 to my provider's router. Afterwords, i went back into the terminal and excuted
sudo ifup eth0
and the connection to my second wireless router started automatically. Info about how the internal wireless router needs to be configured can be found at

Hi all,

I coming back to Linux after many years on Mac and Windows.
I am trying to install MCE on a Lenovo X201 laptop. I downloaded the dvd image and started the installation of Linux MCE. I got Kubuntu 8.10 installed. Then when I wnated to install MCE I discovered that I do not have a connection to my router. I digged on the internet for a solution. I edited my /etc/network interfaces file and now it looks like this:

auto l0
iface l0 inet loopback

auto pan0
iface pan0 inet dhcp

I also made an edit on /etc/resolv.conf and now it looks like this:

### Hetzner Online AG installimage
#nameserver config

Another edit I made was on /etc/dhcp3/dhcpclient.conf: the line
#prepend domain-name-servers;
is exactly as in the quote.

I ran sudo service networking restart and the ping to fails successfully.

Any ideas?

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