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00:00.0 Host bridge : ATI Technologies Inc RX780/RX790 Chipset Host Bridge [1002:5957]
Subsystem: ASUSTeK Computer Inc. Device [1043:8353]
[...] Still debating at this time if this will be a PXE booted NAS under the internal network or if we are better off with putting it on the external network. [...]
When I set up the new NAS I will need some guidance in settings for a device we want to be able to power down when not in use. I noticed that under web-admin>automation>device status the core keeps tabs on what's ON and OFF as well as it's location. If this NAS runs it's own OS on the external network would LinuxMCE using its occasional NetworkSharesRadar pick up it's absence and adjust storage accordingly and automatically to other active drives?
Or is it better to install a small disk in the pc, and use it like that instead of PXE?
I forgot to mention that if I run a video directly on kde desktop, xine does use AC3/DTS pass through and Im able to listen to multichannel audio. How xine is controlled by lmce? which is the config file used? If the check to enable pass-through is activated, what does it does? what does it changes? which files are affected?
The whole environment is the same i had with 8.10, where the MD worked (core, md, switches, ip phones, ata, z-wave, etc... The only change is is the new 10.04.
Thats why i'm asking about template 28. Yes, i also did run the create TB?? (don't remember exactly the name) before trying to boot the md.
Finally, do you think we could get a FAQ going just about how 10.04 asterisk is supposed to work and the gotchas? Searching the forum and/or wiki gives you all the flavors of asterisk used to date and is highly inefficient. Since freepbx is no longer implemented, searching the web isn't useful as it assumes you are using freepbx as part of the solution.