Well, I am now at least getting IP and can log into the camera through a browser from Win 7. Should I be able to see the camera output on the "admin page" - view cameras?
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its accessing the drive because (as with any media centre) it regularly scans the folders to check for new media and add them to the database.... you really don't want to disable this, as it is incredibly inconvenient having manually to scan in every piece of new media you add.
levster,Any idea when the 810 beta 2 will be released? As I understand it that version is supposed to fix some of the issues that are in the 810 beta relating to MKV playback.
Don´t hope to much re mkv´s.
The problem is libxine itself that do not support it fully at the moment.
This will change in libxine 1.2 which far away for now and will not be part of lmce0810.
There might be way to work around this limit. But for now I cannot say if it can be done or not.
2. xine 220.127.116.11 with vdpau patches to support gpu rendering of hd videos.
xine with vdpau is scheduled to be included in next beta.
Any idea when it will be released ?
This is not supported by the devs in any way untill it's released and I don't really recommend this is if you don't know what you're doing but... if you really can't wait.
As far as I know, VDPAU works only with MythTV so far. I haven't really come across instructions on how to get VDPAU for watching videos. I remember having read that totallymaxed did something like that in the LinuxMCE-flavoured software his company is doing...
niz23 has provided patches to the current system to enable VDPAU in Xine and therefor through videos selected within orbiter. The patches have been merged into SVN and I would expect they will be available in the next round of builds. For for information see: http://trac.linuxmce.org/trac.cgi/ticket/383
I've been running with VDPAU on my Zotac IONITX-A-U all week without any issues.
I've had some troulbe too with getting nvidia drivers to cooperate. When you boot your md and finally the x-setup failed, try ctrl+alt+f1 or f2..it should give you the login
login there with linuxmce then do sudo apt-get update then sudo apt-get dist-upgrade. when you're done with that, reboot and if thex-setup fails yet again, go again to the console like before and do a sudo nvidia-xconfig.
lets see if that will help
yes he means install the new version on the core. All discussions that talk about "installing" refer to the core.... all discussions about MDs refer to booting from the network. If you have a boot issue on an MD then we need to address the boot issue on the MD.... ie address the root cause not the symptom
we have not had disked MDs for a long time.... for normal situations they are absolutely not required, realistically boot time is not an issue (which is most people's concern) as even on a slow machine the boot time is little different. The only genuine reason for disked boot (that springs to mind) is for wireless MDs... and that may come back in time