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I've got a dedicated core running and would like to use it from my normal Kubuntu desktop. I don't see the point in rebooting over the network, and have kubuntu again, just to watch some pictures.
I think the Windows orbiter is a fine idea. Just download it and go. Why doesn't this exist for Linux? I know I can install the Linux MD on kubuntu from the LMCE install CDs (after it detects a running core, it allowsn me a MD installation), but this changes my whole system! It deinstalls aptitude and a lot of other stuff, and I had to manually get my system back to normal!
There are a lot of .debs on the Linux install CD, isn't there just one I can install and have an orbiter without my system turned upside down?
I was running LinuxMCE 0704 without any problems until recently somehow I corrupted my root directory. Anyway I digress:
I am running
Patriot Extreme Performance 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800
Foxconn C51XEM2AA Motherboard
MSI NX8500GT-TD256E GeForce 8500GT 256MB 128-bit GDDR2 PCI Express x16
I put the dvd-install in and select the "install 0710b3 AMD64"
then the screen (a 17" crt monitor) goes blank as if it isnt receiving a signal and stays that way. The DVD drive still reads for about a min, and then that is it. Anyone else have this problem? I let it sit, so I will go back and check on it in a second to see if anything has changed. I put in a 0704 DVDinstall disc in to see what happens, and no problems with the screen blanking on me.
I will update with anything new. Any insight would be appreciated.
I am thinking maybe its the video card, but I dunno:(
I installed my HDHomeRun last night. I connected 2 digital cable feeds, plugged it into router and turned it on. LinuxMCE detected it right away and asked me if I wanted to install the device. I said yes. It then proceeded to do a channel scan. After the scan (10 minutes), it prompted me to select a service provider. I accidentally skipped this step. I then manually ran the mythTV setup and associated my DigitalCable video source with the HDHomerun tuners. I fired up live TV and it worked. Very simple to setup and the quality is very good. I've been having tons of issues with my Avermedia A180 card, and the HDHomeRun looks much better. All in all I'm very impressed with this tuner and with the LMCE integration. I would highly recommend the HDHomeRun to anyone.
ok, i am sure I seem inept here, but I am trying to login via filezilla and gFTP. I put in the DCERouter/Core IP address (the one I would type in to get access to the webadmin).
With gFPT for the Host, I put in the IP. then the user I put in what I would normally use to login to the webadmin (login/pswd), and have it set on SSH2. It then tells me my Password is incorrect.
Am I going about this the right way? Thanks,
You should use your installation username/password not the Web Admin username/password. If you installed from the DVD then your username/password will be linuxmce/linuxmce if you installed from the CD's then it is whatever you created when you installed.