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Installation issues / Re: dual booting
« on: June 05, 2007, 11:32:17 am »
By deafult LINUX can read/write Fat/Fat32 and only read NTFS partition. TO be albe to write to ntfs partition you must install ntfs3g.
By defaul Windows 95,NT can read/write only FAT partitions, 95osr2,NT-sp3,98,98se,Me,2K,XP,2k3,VIsta can read/write Fat/FAt32, and 2k,XP,2k3,VIsta can read/write to Fat/Fat32/Ntfs.
TO be able in Windows to access linux partitions you must install ext2 ifs or fsdriver (or other just search on google) . With some you can read/write ext2 and only read ext3.

Installation issues / Re: Resolution/Refresh
« on: June 05, 2007, 11:13:17 am »
/etc/X11/xorg.conf is the video config file for Ubuntu
/etc/X11/xorg.conf.pluto is the video config file for LMCE

This config files are only for LinuxMCE 1.0 installed on Ubuntu 6.10!!!

LinuxMCE 1.1beta installed on Kubuntu 7.04 use only /etc/X11/xorg.conf

How To manually mount a network share in LMCE
1. Go to Web Admin ( enter you're core IP in the address bar of a browser or from an Onscreen Orbiter go to Computing -> Web Admin)
2.Login with a Master User ( a user that has the "Master User (can modify configuration)?" check box checked in Web Admin -> WIzard -> Users)
3.Click on the Advanced -> Configuration -> Devices
4.Click on the CORE, in the left panel, and then click on "Create Child Device" in the right panel.
5.Enter a description and press ADD. It will open a pop-up window.
6.Select "Tree View", click on "File/Media Server", click "Apply Filter"
7.Select from the "Device Template" drop-down the "File Server" option and then press "Pick Device Template"
8.Click "Create Device Child" under this new File Server that you've just created.
9.Enter a description and press "Pick Device Templates"
10.Select from the "Device Template" drop-down:
                     - Windows Share if the share came from a Windows PC or an External HDD
                     - NFS Share if is from a Linux PC
11.Click Pick Device Template, and the new device it's added. And you'll see the settings for the new share
12.Complete the IP address of the machine where the share is located and the "Device Data" fields
13.Press Save and do a Quick Routre Reload

You must login in Web Admin with a Master User (can modify configuration)( see if u're user is Master or not in WIzard -> Basic Info -> Users) to be able to modify your network settings from Advanced -> Network -> Network Settings

Users / Re: Is Linux MCE better than Pluto?
« on: May 25, 2007, 03:59:17 pm »
LinuxMCE 1.1 runs on Kubuntu 7.04, so you can use LinuxMCE and kde for browsing the web, talking with friends by IM, working in Open Office etc...
With pluto you can use only pluto, you don't have Gnome or Kde installed.

LinuxMCE 1.0 works on Ubuntu 6.10
LinuxMCE 1.1 works on Kubuntu 7.04
both of them need an active connection to internet to be properly installed.
If you haven't one you should select OFFLINE Installation!
After you install Ubuntu 6.10 / Kubuntu 7.04, and you're in the Graphical Display Mode, you should install Vmware Tools.
After installing LinuxMCE you should select UI1 in the Av Wizard / Video Settings

Users / Re: Help via IRC?
« on: May 21, 2007, 11:18:13 am »
For the moment help is available on Skype and Yahoo, soon will be available on IRC too.

MESSAGE: Seting Up Networking
SIOCSIFFLAGS: Cannot assign requested address

It seems that you've assigned an IP that is allready on your network. Please tell me your network configuration!

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