Hope that helps someone.
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First create a trac ticket to follow the template submission. Update sqlCVS on your core. Verify that your templates are still correct. Do an sqlCVS diff on your core and submit it to sqlCVS, be sure to reference the trac ticket # you created in the sqlCVS batch description when you submit your sqlCVS diff. You will be told the sqlCVS batch id's after a submission to sqlCVS. Reply to the trac ticket you created earlier and reference the sqlCVS batch id's from your submission. This way trac references the sqlCVS batch id's (and vice versa).
I believe there are instructions on the wiki that instruct you how to perform the sqlCVS update & diff. You could also jump onto IRC for assistance.
The solution is as follows:Alex, can you post or pm more details of your fix for the audio dropping problem please? I know you will be submitting the trac ticket but I'd like to try it out as soon as possible.
In the ruby code, keep track of which input is currently selected. Only send an input selection string to the receiver when the input changes. That way a gap in audio is only heard when the input actually changes.
Does anyone know if this (or something similar) made it into 0810? I still get the same audio cut out issues with the 0810 Beta...
The only other issue I have is, that once in a while when booting the eee-box it doesn't start the orbiter, but crashes back to the tty1.