maybe you can check Xine player logs and check what audio device it is trying to use. You can also try to play audio with Xine over command line....
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thanks to both repliesWell there are two general types of ORbiters. One is called "on screen" Orbiter and runs on Media Director. Another is just plain Orbiter that runs on Windows also. The main difference is that "on screen" Orbiter is capable of playing media and has embedded softphone and the second is more like a "remote control" screen for those on MDs.
im intrigued about using windows as an orbiter.
this means ill get the LinuxMCE interface on my computer without having to reboot or re-install my OS?
and retain the same functionality?
It seems that not many people use Linuxmce with a security system. Does anyone know how easy/hard to add a driver for a new security system?Try to look for existing examples. If I remember right, Apex Destiny support is written in GSD/Ruby and maybe this could give you idea.