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I just had the same problem after going through the same steps as you (adding a room and all)...  but fixed it in a similar way as tkmedia said (I'm running UI1 BTW).  For whatever reason, I needed to redefine my room.

I clicked on the LinuxMCE button in the lower left side, then "Setup Wizard".  Clicking next at the first screen talking about the bonus cd and then "No, I won't use a remote" at the next screen which brings up a window with 3 options and a cancel button.  The second button, "House Setup" is what I used.  Going through that and adding a room eventually yielded a screen stating that the orbiter (maybe just the router) would need to be reset.  After resetting, my audio files were present.

Note:  I don't see any files listed when the "Filename" option is selected after clicking "Audio" from the main screen.  But by selecting "Title" all of the files are listed.

Installation issues / Re: Network DHCP issues
« on: April 11, 2007, 04:27:19 pm »
I checked the NIC settings using ifconfig and everything is as it should be.  And then I ran /etc/init.d/dhcp-server status and it says:  "Status of DHCP server: dhcpd3 is not running".

Temporarily I setup a second network with a different router to see if it does the same thing...  so for no.  But this second network isn't running WDS.


Installation issues / Network DHCP issues
« on: April 11, 2007, 06:44:04 am »
Steps taken:
   1)  Full format of HDD
   2)  Full Ubuntu 6.10 install
   3)  Installed all updates
   4)  Installed LinuxMCE

  As soon as LinuxMCE starts up I, my network breaks.  Windows boxes, linux boxes- it doesn't matter, can see the network but are unable to connect (either wirelessly or via RJ-45).  If I physically disconnect the RJ-45 cable from the LinuxMCE box and wait about an hour the network is back to normal- all computers can connect.  Sometimes, if I leave the LinuxMCE box connected long enough when the other computers try to access the internet all URLs are redirect to the LinuxMCE admin login page.

I have two Belkin F5D7230-4 wireless routers setup as WDS (wireless bridging).  Access is controlled via MAC address- no WPA/WEP etc.  I've done full formats on two different machines with and without the core and with and without the dhcp server, and I've tried turning off DHCP as suggested here:

For now, I just want to be able to connect my LinuxMCE box to the network without it messing up the other computers- keeping my Belkin routers as the DHCP server.  Any ideas?  Suggestions?

Thanks in advance-

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