make sure you disable your onboard NICs completely when you are using plugin NICs (PCI or USB) on a media director.
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I want to get LinuxMCE running in my home!Good idea
I want to have a Core/Hybrid in my livingroom and several MD´s!
What hardware do i need or are there any assembled systems?
I want to control my light´s via KNX/EIB (installed)!
A TouchPad control in ervery room build-in the wall!
Hello, will linuxmce 8.10 be bound to kubuntu 8.10 as with linuxmce 7.10 and kubuntu 7.10? Will users be able to use other versions of ubuntu or another os with the upcoming linuxmce release?
if libdvdcss is installed on the core, each subsequent MD creation will contain the libdvdcss as well.Will 810 copy over the addons you install on the core over to newly created MDs
my user_8 and user_9 were generated after the drives were added. I found that LinuxMCE automagically made the subdirectories as you described above.
But in the case of public, there is a subdir (also in your overview above), or rather a symlink, to specific drives.
I am wondering how I obtain that situation in user_9.
1) I had to manually tweak udev naming rules for my network *before* running the LinuxMCE installer for my external network was detected as eth1 while the internal one was eth0. The installer produced a lot of errors on setting up dhcp an such.At the moment, the installer is quite picky. eth0, or eth0 and eth1, are needed.
2) After rebooting into LinuxMCE my keyboard layout was changed (DE -> US). no idea why that happened (or if it is necessaryYou should be able to change that in the web admin under keyboard layout.
3) The install did not install the nvidia drivers (as it should do according to the front page article) my system is still running on nv driver instead.Interesting. Would you mind pasting the output of lspci and lshwd.
What am I to do with the video driver? is it safe to use KDE desktop to install nvidia restricted driver (version 180)?Should not cause too many problems, but again, it surprises me, that it was not done originally.
e. Had display issue on reboot - "out of frequency" error. Installed Nvidia 180 drivers; There after AVWizard says "Failed to Setup X". Changed /etc/X11/xorg.conf file to use vesa instead of nvidia. (http://us.download.nvidia.com/XFree86/Linux-x86/180.51/NVIDIA-Linux-x86-180.51-pkg1.run)
sudo -iThis will prompt you for the password of the user who you initially created during the Kubuntu installation