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HalloisThe short answer is: yes it does. Allthough it is possible to install a core (or hybrid) with only one physical network interface it is not recommended.
I just read this:
"I have 2 network cards, one connected to my cable modem, the other to my home's ethernet switch"
- from the What to expect LinuxMCE wiki.
Does this mean I have to have two network cards in my linucMCE core (hybrid) for all this to work and have it connected between the modem and router?
HalloisQuote7. Right click on the "mce-installer_2.0.1-1_i386.deb" and select the option to install the package.
I didn't notice the name at first, downloaded and burnt on cd, but then when I was about to install I noticed the i386 part of the filename..
I've got an AMD Sempron 3200+, so guess I should find an amd64-version of the linuxmce packages?
At least with kubuntu download I had to choose between i386 and amd64..
Any suggestions on where to get the amd64-version, if it exists, or will the i386-file work fine?
sudo mv /usr/pluto/bin/ripDiskWrapper.sh /usr/pluto/bin/ripDiskWrapper.sh.oldThen copy the downloaded script over, supposing you are in the same directory as the file, and it already has the right name:
sudo cp ripDiskWrapper.sh /usr/pluto/bin/Or alternatively, for instance if it was put elsewhere or under a different name:
sudo cp [<path>/]<file-name> /usr/pluto/bin/ripDiskWrapper.shSetting the right permissions:
sudo chmod 755 /usr/pluto/bin/ripDiskWrapper.shAnd you should be done.
On another note, Lame wasn't installed by default, so ripping to MP3
failed outright. I'm surprised it wasn't installed by default by
LinuxMCE. Can anyone else confirm this?