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ctrl-alt f1 f2 f3 etcOf course! Could have known this. Ha ha.
easier yet go to kde desktop and run kconsole from the system menuHow do I go to the KDE desktop from MCE? And does MCE switch to CRT then? Strange thing is that I think that during installation I did not choose to start MCE automatically instead of Kubuntu.
For your S/pdif issue just go to alsamixer and unmute iec58 (name may not be exact).Thanks for the info! How do I switch to a terminal in LinuxMCE? Or can I switch to VGA and Kubuntu in some way?
Start some music flip to terminal then set alsamixer
What video card are you using.It's a NVidia GeForce 2MX (, yes I know, very very very old...) that works perfectly w/ the latast Nvidia driver (nvidia calls my card/driver a "legacy" version). TV-out works great w/ s-video.
Jan 18 18:33:00 dcerouter kernel: [ 158.332810] RPC: failed to contact local rpcbind server (errno 5).
Jan 18 18:33:00 dcerouter exiting on signal 15
Not sure if you can both those connected at the same time. (both analog)Maybe that's the problem. I just tried to boot into MCE agian, but nothing but that blinking cursor again. However, I use the TV-out and my monitor at the same time now as we "speak" (Suse 10.3 and nvtv for TV-out).
It may be trying to run the avwizard.Thank you for the superfst reply!
What connector is your TV or Monitor using. VGA, DVI
If it is DVI press one
For more info check.