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read the wiki page that I linked.

EDIT: I've added a pic of the main page of iOrbiter, just so you get an idea of how it is suppose to look.

Users / Re: Android mobile/cell phone orbiter selection & help
« on: September 17, 2014, 01:39:19 pm »

Users / Re: Android mobile/cell phone orbiter selection & help
« on: September 17, 2014, 12:49:56 pm »
What are you trying to do from the outside? Maybe iOrbiter is another option (svn co /var/www/iOrbiter ) - after that http://dcerouter/iOrbiter/iOrbiter.php will show you the iOrbiter which has been designed for small screens. It is not feature complete, in case stuff goes wrong, just refresh the screen. And make sure to set a room and user upon startup. atm it does not do any kind of authentication, so keep that in mind.

For the web based orbiters you need to port forward TCP/80.

I am not familiar with Dianemo, but can't you just select one of the LinuxMCE skins? I mean, we have quite a few different skins, that all offer the same original abilities.

Users / Re: Android Touch Orbiter - Locations view
« on: September 16, 2014, 01:50:55 pm »
Looks like you have no other choice atm. Either chop off a couple of rooms, or get a display with a larger resolution. Did you try running the 720p resolution on your 1024x600 display?

Installation issues / Re: Installing 12.04 from USB stick
« on: September 16, 2014, 01:49:25 pm »
Two questions:

a) did you try the original Ubuntu 12.04.x install DVD? That would highlight if it is a LinuxMCE problem, or a Ubuntu 12.04 problem together with your hardware setup

b) you could try LinuxMCE 14.04 DVD, but that is even less alpha than anything else... But you would do as a huge favor if you could testdrive it.

Users / Re: Android Touch Orbiter - Locations view
« on: September 14, 2014, 09:29:27 pm »
Try changing the resolution of the associated orbiter to 800x600. Maybe that way you'll see all of them, if they do show up at the others.

Users / Re: Android Touch Orbiter - Locations view
« on: September 14, 2014, 07:37:58 pm »
Remove the views that you don't need

Any person can intall LinuxMCE for personal use without the need for a license. Anyone that wants to make money from it, needs a license.

Why should a private entity care if it is PPL or GPL? For Joe Doe the PPL does not put any restriction to the use of LinuxMCE

I think the idea is, that all the PPL parts get replaced.

Installation issues / Re: video stops playing
« on: September 05, 2014, 10:47:47 pm »
The easiest way (a band aid used by Dianemo in the past iirc) is to open a screen session and cd into a directory on the mounted drive. That way it stays mounted. I never had the need to do that.

Good luck with it.

Users / Re: Why Do Media Directors Exist?
« on: August 29, 2014, 09:40:11 am »

I asked the same question in a different thread, and the answer is: No, the new Dianemo HTML Orbiter will not work with LinuxMCE for the time being. The integral part of the HTML Orbiter has been ported over to LinuxMCE, so we (LinuxMCE) might be able to get something going as well.

Am I right to assume that only Dianemo users can apply?!

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