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Do I understand it that we're not allow to change our internal network?
Why is this 'change' possible/allowed in the GUI??? Best to write this explicit, and 'grey out' the network settings in the GUI?
Bum, that's a real downside of the whole thing. With the previous LinuxMCE version, i've changed it to my internal network, and everything kept on working.
If this is the case with the new version, I need to change everything (IP-camera's, fixed ip's of routers, switches, wifi, printers, KNX router, ....). And also own scripts for other purposes (power monitoring, gas consumption, water levels, zoneminder, cacti...). Glad that most of those scripts are host/dns based. But nevertheless...
I'll see to create a global grep in the system/db's to find any remains of the 192.168.80.x.
I normally install hybrid too, but Sarah normally grabs the first sound card in my core and as a result talks in a different room
As plan B I can re-install hybrid - but before I do that, any other files I should check for routing issues?
To be perfectly frank Jason I have far better things to do with my time than respond to you.
If we make any changes to PPL code then we have always made those changes available to LinuxMCE.
Wow, I've got 2 words for you......RESTRAINING ORDER!!! LMAO! Even if he is right, which is debatable, the fact that he sat down and stalked you on the forum, comes off like a scene from a movie on the lifetime movie channel. He clearly has too much time on his hands and will be hiding in the bushes under your kitchen window with a knife because you didn't give him the latest code lol. Ok, I've had a good laugh, back to my life, I actually have one. Lol
Dianemo Rpi2 is new code it is not based on LinuxMCE and only has minor similarities at the code level to Dianemo X86 (mostly the UI layer which will be shared by Dianemo X86 but is not derived from LinuxMCE in any way). Dianemo Rpi2 code is not created using DCEGen either.
Dianemo X86 of course still uses DCEGen as it always has but that is not Dianemo-Rpi2.
All the best