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I'm not posde, but you're welcome.  ;)

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You're issue looks very different.  Open a new thread and provide a pastebin of the log.

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Users / Re: Failed to get LIRC
« on: December 24, 2016, 06:45:08 pm »
Reading state information... Done
E: Couldn't find package lirc-pluto

Get:1 lucid Release.gpg [189B]
Ign lucid/main Translation-en_IE
Ign lucid/restricted Translation-en_IE
Get:2 lucid Release [57.2kB]
Hit lucid Release.gpg
Ign lucid/main Translation-en_IE
Hit lucid Release
Hit lucid/main Packages
Get:3 lucid/main Packages [1,386kB]
Get:4 lucid/restricted Packages [6,208B]

Lirc-pluto?  Weird.  No idea what's supposed to be in there.

At this point I'd really suggest you upgrade. 

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Users / Re: Failed to get LIRC
« on: December 22, 2016, 06:36:49 pm »
no joy, any one able to export the drivers for 10.4.

you did change the line to lucid right?

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Users / Re: Filename View in Orbiter
« on: December 22, 2016, 02:19:14 am »
Filename view often won't be populated until UpdateMedia has completely scanned your media.  Once it has done its' thing the files will show.


Installation issues / Re: Core installation on Vbox VM
« on: December 17, 2016, 09:21:46 pm »
InstallNewDevice can take a while.  Ctrl-alt-f1 should get a log-in prompt. 

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Users / Re: Failed to get LIRC
« on: December 15, 2016, 02:17:49 pm »
A couple of things.  The canonical archive is likely not providing software anymore and medibuntu flat out doesn't exist anymore.

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deb saucy main restricted

This is how the old-releases entries should look.  Adjust for your distro.


Users / Re: Failed to get LIRC
« on: December 14, 2016, 05:38:02 pm »
You can change the mirrors.txt lines to old-releases following this:


Users / Re: Need Advice for Diskless MD running UI2
« on: December 14, 2016, 01:53:55 am »
I am getting ready to expand my 1404 system and need advice for a new diskless MD that I hope to boot from my 1404 hybrid core.

My old system used old SFF desktop machines with Intel x86 processors and they worked without fuss, at the expense of a larger machine with more power consumption and a bit of noise.  I could go this way again but other options may have developed in the intervening years.

The primary goal is for a fully functional MD, running UI2, with good performance and support for all LMCE functions: cameras, telecom, MythTV, etc. If I can achieve this in a smaller, cheaper package, without fuss, great. If not, I'd rather take the conservative route to the goal.

Rpi systems don't seem like an option in terms of UI2 and other functions. What about Intel ATOM systems? AMD? Others?

Please provide advice and experiences here.

I'm sorry for the post, there are patches of info in the wiki and forums but it is hard to discern what the current recommendations are.


First off don't be sorry for the post!  You're correct about rpi.  Maybe someday.  Intel NUC has been known to perform the way you want.  I don't run any myself.


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Users / Re: system down, need help!
« on: December 14, 2016, 01:28:51 am »
Update. my speaker-test -c 2 -r 48000 -D hw:0,9 is positive. I get  sound out of -D hw:0,9.
I believe its just a matter of tweaking asound.conf to get the sound out. as my asound.conf has hw:0,7 in it. I tried to edit /etc/asound.conf but rebooting the system it goes back to hw:0,7 instead of hw:0,9.

please help.

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either set manual audio for the device and/or work with me to add an exception to lmce. 

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Excellent!  Thanks for the feedback, have fun!


Users / Re: system down, need help!
« on: December 09, 2016, 10:08:50 pm »
If I remember correctly hdmi sound will not work on drivers newer than 340 with that card.  Nvidia removed compatibility.

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Users / Re: system down, need help!
« on: December 09, 2016, 02:14:52 pm »
You can try editing


Users / Re: system down, need help!
« on: December 08, 2016, 06:52:31 pm »
I believe lmce 14.04 , Since our kernel runs little behind , does not install latest nvidia driver.

We use the latest kernels that ubuntu offers.  For 1404 we use the same kernel that xenial (1604) uses.  In newer versions of ubuntu (1604 for sure) the driver for your card no longer exists.

I am assuming that after AVWizard, runs, and it must have installed driver that does not properly run my Graphic card which is why I am seeing all these issues!!

Does my hypothesis make any sense? Let me know. currently my system has Nvidia 352 driver installed,( I am guessing from what I saw last night. )

Yes that makes sense.  To use that card you will have to manually install the drivers and prevent any of the automatic lmce audio/video setup stuff from running.

The best suggestion I can give would be to get a new video card as you will continue to have headaches with that card.


Hmm, so it looks like the updated package didn't make it to the repo.  We'll get it updated properly.  Sorry about the confusion and thanks for the feedback!


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