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I can't get it to allow me to disable the onboard video and let it go to my other card.

Have you gone into the bios to disable the onboard video?

Users / Re: Changing the directory for MythTV recordings
« on: April 24, 2009, 07:08:14 pm »
This issue has been completely solved under 0810. Jondecker just committed code that creates mythTV storage groups dynamically for each disk in the house.


Does it give you the option to save them where you want them to be saved?

Users / Re: Wii Remote
« on: April 19, 2009, 02:50:57 am »
Nevermind, DUH, I just found the webpage to do exactly that.

I wasn't looking at your command line to well and forgot to add the -d
works perfect now.

Thanx again!

Users / Re: Wii Remote
« on: April 19, 2009, 02:33:30 am »
Cool, thanx for the info

I'm not much of a programmer. I have not done any proggramming since the 80's. when it was just simple basic.
I would like to create a script or something to automatically start wminput.

Here is what i'm thinking.

1. wminput command starts up
2. you put wiimote in discoverable mode

 When finished with wiimote
3. you push the power button on wiimote and it disconnects
4. Lets say 5 to 10 seconds later wminput starts back up waiting for you to activate wiimote

when you shutdown or reboot the command stops.
 Or has this been done already.

Users / Re: VFD front panel display (Antec Fusion)
« on: April 18, 2009, 11:34:58 pm »
If anybody is having trouble with the imon vfd, I just got mine working.

do an apt-get install lcdproc
goto /etc/LCDd.conf and change the driver which is set to curses to imon
then reboot
I have not tested the ir yet I dont have the imon pad.
but will keep people posted if need be.
Hope this helps.

Users / Re: Wii Remote
« on: April 18, 2009, 10:03:45 pm »
Ok, so it is working like it should. right?
I was thinking that after a boot you could just put the wiimote in discoverable mode and it would connect automatically without having to issue the command again.

Thax guys, for all the help. That cleared things up. I was banging my head on this. And reading post after post led me to a dead end.

Users / Re: Wii Remote
« on: April 18, 2009, 09:11:07 pm »
This is being done on one of the MD's.

It is already logged in as root by default.

Before command (not blue)

adapter: moon 33-0
address: 00:02:72:11:45:63
mode: connectable
(not connected)

After command (turns blue)

adapter: moon 33-0
address: 00:02:72:11:45:63
connected to:
Nintendo RVL-CNT-01

After reboot have do it all over again.
and I did issue this command when setting it up (update-rc.d wminputd defaults)

Users / Re: Wii Remote
« on: April 18, 2009, 07:50:07 pm »
I created the config files and the initialization file in a text editor instead of VI. Does that make a differance?

Users / Re: Wii Remote
« on: April 18, 2009, 07:29:55 pm »
I'm thinking I put this topic in the wrong forum. Should it be in the installation forum. Can it be moved over?

Users / Re: Wii Remote
« on: April 18, 2009, 07:27:10 pm »

When everything is setup and running you put the wiimote into discoverable.

Kbluetooth is the application for the bluetooth device.  In KDE desktop a bluetooth icon should be running in the taskbar.


The Kbluetooth is running. I put the wiimote into discoverable mode by pressing the 1&2 buttons and the icon wont change to blue indicating it has recognized it. unless I goto a command prompt and type "wminput -c ir_ptr "mac address"'
ommiting the quotes and mac address with the real mac address. and then press 1&2 again.

Users / Wii Remote
« on: April 18, 2009, 05:13:52 pm »
I have gone through the wiki step by step and everything starts up after I reboot. Nothing happins unless I start wminput from a command line. I have gone back to check the mac address in wminputd.conf to see if i made a typo and it matches the output of hcitool scan. Kbluetooth is set for connectable. Do I need to change this to discoverable?

Users / Re: WinCe Orbiter on Cheap WinCe GPS device
« on: April 16, 2009, 07:27:46 pm »
May not work, Some of those GPS units software is embedded into the hardware. They will only recognize the map updates. It would take some crazy hacking to do it, which is probably not worth the effort. There have been some particular units that have been hacked to run other software.

Users / Re: Mythweb - recorded programs shows deleted tv shows
« on: April 14, 2009, 05:57:29 am »
I did go back and reread the wiki, and you are right! My Bad, Sorry!
And just so we don't get off on the wrong foot. I was not trolling. I was trying to help. I have seen this happen in mythbuntu before I came to linuxmce.

Developers / Re: Java/ J2ME mobile orbiter
« on: April 11, 2009, 11:28:40 pm »
I am using the LG Rumor. It rus java so I said what the hell i'll give it a shot. I figured it would may run it even though it was not in the list. I was thinking maybe I misread something in the wiki or forgot to install something extra that maybe is not included in the wiki. Thats ok i'll just scrap that idea and wait till my contract with my service runs out and get one that is known to work. but at the price they are now, i just cant budget for one of them now. Thanx for the feedback.

Developers / Re: Java/ J2ME mobile orbiter
« on: April 11, 2009, 07:30:34 pm »
I got javamo to install on my phone. I am getting can't access JSR082. Where would I look to troubleshoot. If you need more info let me know.

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