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Users / Re: Asterisk PBX
« on: August 18, 2007, 03:49:38 am »
Another thing you can do is put in pap boxes, analog to digital converters.  They cost about 50 dollars and work great.

Users / Re: running a 1080i desktop on linuxmce
« on: August 17, 2007, 06:39:11 am »
I am no linuxmce guru, but when you install linuxmce right in the beginning it does let you set your resolution to and 720p and 1080i are both options.

Users / Using an External Firewall with linux mce.
« on: August 17, 2007, 06:35:28 am »
Hello all.

I have a little situation here, and I was hoping someone can help me out.  I have a ISA 2006 firewall connected to my cable modem.  My LinuxMCE is behind that connected to 2 different switches.  One switch being its internal (Pluto universe) network and the other switch for the external- being the switch that the firewall is connected too.  The problem I am having is that when I go through the wizard, and I need to connect to for my myth TV guide, It says that it can't connect to the internet.  Now if I plug the core directly into the cable modem by-passing ISA 2006 it works fine.  (this problem is only for the myth TV guide the rest of the computer is able to go onto the internet)  I have spend considerable time trying to figure this out, I have opened the myth TV ports, and the sql ports, and some other ports that I found on some user forms, (basically any port I heard about that was mentioned on the linuxmce forms I opened; But still no good.  So if there is anyone that might know how to solve this problem, maybe a ISA 2006 guru or someone running a similar setup can help me out.  The other thing I taught was that maybe my internal isn’t side isn’t connecting to the internet, well I know there are firewall specialist and LinuxMce specialist our there and if there is any other information that you need from me just post away.   I appreciate you taking out the time to read this post, and thank you in advance for posting any sort of response.

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