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Users / Re: How can i use regular dvb-s smartcard with linuxmce?
« on: April 22, 2009, 10:50:54 am »
I do not have a CI and CAM myself, but the VDR handling of crypted channels within LinuxMCE is the same as with regular VDR. Maybe the has some useful tips.

Marketplace / Re: WebDT & Cisco 7970G for 470 incl shipping EU
« on: April 22, 2009, 09:56:03 am »
And here I thought, the marketplace, a deal, that must be it.

Comparing 470EUR to

Cisco 7970 for 150EUR from

plus a WebDT from tkmedia for 300+ EUR (which directly supports LinuxMCE development financially), I do not see that big of a deal here.

But maybe that's just me...

Users / Re: VoIP with LinuxMCE
« on: April 22, 2009, 09:42:05 am »
Also is it possible to edit the standard e-mail from Asterisk?

Yes. Look at /etc/asterisk/ That file looks like it might help you.

Users / Re: iPhone Orbiter Design
« on: April 22, 2009, 09:39:42 am »
Interestingly enough, we have only 15 people who decided to vote on the issue.

I guess the need for an iPhone/iTouch orbiter is not that big an issue as I thought. Oh well ...

Developers / Re: Discussion on true Multi-room Solution (continued)
« on: April 22, 2009, 07:56:19 am »
Just forget it. As I mentioned in a different thread: We talked on LinuxTag 2008 with a project that tried to accomplish synchronized playback of audio using multiple computers. They did not succeed.

The *only* option at the moment is they it had always been done, long wires, and a single source.

Users / Re: Windows MP?
« on: April 21, 2009, 07:22:30 pm »

you can use the Softsqueeze on your Windows machine. Wiki has details.

Users / Re: USB UIRT learn - transmit problem
« on: April 20, 2009, 11:28:19 pm »

I assume you are using i386? And you are trying the USB UIRT without an IR extension dongle?

Users / Re: New User - New Home - Advice Requested!
« on: April 20, 2009, 09:12:30 am »

I prefer a clean  solution as well, but would not wire everything to a central place. one of the beauties of LinuxMCE is, that all you need to bring to the TV is the Ethernet cable. Plug a slim MD, like the eee box, on the back of the TV and be done with it.

allright then;-) Managed to emty an 250GB hdd, and use this as dedicated core. Then make the 1TB hdd to store the media files :o

Great idea!

What is this file:
To do so we have to create a single file
Those it mean the /pluto.conf?

I don't know out of the top of my head. What do the commands in the wiki say?

2. The notion:
"We need fool the LinuxMCE Installer into believing we already have a LinuxMCE installation. To do so we have to create a single file. If you are using the LinuxMCE DVD, it has created the /media/target directory to use below"
What do I need to do, in order to "fool" the LinuxMCE Installer. I need a step by step instructions here as well. :P

Just read the whole article

Installation issues / Re: Installation on dedicated core
« on: April 19, 2009, 02:16:55 pm »
Yes. The difference between a core and a hybrid is the running of the media director on the hybrid. Also, you do not need to run any X on a core only, afaik.

Users / Re: Sorry
« on: April 19, 2009, 07:39:11 am »
Apart from totallymaxed last post, which I 100% support let me add one small little tid bit of information.

Whenever someone comes into IRC and asks about how LinuxMCE does various things, and why it is not doing stuff in a specific way, I ask the person, if all they want is a media center.  In my humble opinion, if all you want is a media center, there are systems and projects out there, that are more forgiving in the choice of hardware and might give you more of what you are looking for. And I am not thinking about commercial options, but lots of other free software out there. Heck, if you are in DVB-x land, you might be happy with VDR alone, as it plays DVDs, has support for USB sticks (iirc), and does TV.

Users / Re: Cisco 7960 Help
« on: April 18, 2009, 05:57:18 pm »
Is your MAC address in the MAC address range of the 7960 template?

Users / Re: VDR-How far have things got?
« on: April 18, 2009, 05:46:40 pm »
The wiki contains information. Use google with vdr manual

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