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Does anybody know where you can get these from in the US?
I've downloaded and installed the DVD with Kubuntu and LinuxMCE and gone though the wizard that sets audio and video.
But the "when you can see..." wizard never shows video, only sound.
I just downloaded the latest installation and ran the pre and install scripts ( a also did apt-get install, apt-get update, apt-get upgrade). I am running kernel 2.6.28.-11-generic.
apt-get install sambaand see if that points you into the right direction.
let me know when you have done.
After a successful install of 810 alpha2.19 I've hit a glitch.
I don't know if I needed to change the MD from AMD64 to i386 but I have heard that it may be easier getting the Antec (iMon) IR/VFW to work easier on an i386 diskless MD image.you don't need to do that anymore. All MDs are running i386 atm, no matter what the setting.
1. Does the Launch Manager exist and is just not staring automatically?The Launch Manager is a CLI application at the moment. There were to many dependencies in the old launch manager, that jondecker took on the task to recreate it.
a. If so, where is it and how do you start it?
b. After updating and waiting for over 24 hrs., there still is no Add Software items to install such as the Codecs for DVD and such.There is currently no additional software available.
Since I couldn't play or rip DVD movies, on the core's Konsole I did a "sudo apt-get install libdvdcss2" and all was well after that. I could then play and rip DVDs on the core. On the running MD, I invoked the konsole and executed the same command and then I could play the ripped dvds from the core.That is the correct way at the moment.