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Installation issues / Adding auto tagged to Dianemo
« on: September 01, 2013, 11:56:51 am »
Hi all,
I am wondering if someone can give me some help.

There is an earlier post suggesting that lmce auto tagger will work with Dianemo. I am running 12.04 and would like to make using tv shows easier via orbiter in Dianemo with episode info cover art etc. I have been using xbmc for tv show management on dianemo share but really want it all to be integrated through orbiter so am looking for some help installing the auto tagger package.

Alternatively if there are users controlling and using xbmc clients through Dianemo how are you using them ie through Upnp etc. I have tried the upnp approach and generally find it unintuitive.

Thanks everyone

Installation issues / Re: Squeezeslaves on Core (Dianemo S)
« on: April 03, 2013, 10:14:43 am »
Hi Coley,
Thanks for the help with that, starting to make much more sense.
I used the Dianemo S wiki page [] i just reviewed the Linuxmce Squeezelave page and there are many more steps than what i have taken following the Dianemo page.  Particularly in relation to editing /etc/rc.local Without knowing the differences between Dianemo and Linuxmce in this instance, is it necessary to modify rc.local?

aplay -l returned no sound cards found


Installation issues / Re: Squeezeslaves on Core (Dianemo S)
« on: April 03, 2013, 09:44:28 am »
Hi Coley,
Output below:

dianemo@dcerouter:~$ ps aux | grep squeezeslave
dianemo  24520  0.0  0.0   4392   832 pts/35   S+   17:42   0:00 grep --color=au                   
to squeezeslave

Installation issues / Squeezeslaves on Core (Dianemo S)
« on: April 01, 2013, 10:15:59 am »
Hi everyone,
I am setting up additional rooms with audio and have been attempting to setup new Squeezeslaves following the directions on the Dianemo S wiki page using some usb sound cards similar to the startac 7.1. I have previously been able to setup an iPad running iPeng and also easily setup a headless softsqueeze player on a windows pc both work very nicely. However, I cannot get the squeezeslaves to be recognised on LMS, and therefore play. I think it is a mac addressing issue (from looking at the errors in the log for the slim server streamer), but as far as I can tell this shouldn't be the case. Each new slave has a mac that is unique and the squeezeslave and player have the same details. I have a single Slim Server streamer which is working for the iPad and the soft squeeze.

Any help in the right direction would be appreciated.



Installation issues / Re: Dianemo S - configuring cisco7970
« on: June 14, 2012, 03:02:29 pm »
Hi Andrew, thanks very much. Appreciate it.

Installation issues / Dianemo S - configuring cisco7970
« on: June 14, 2012, 01:30:27 pm »
Hi Andrew, I am trying to configure two cisco7970 phones with no luck. The wiki instructions deal mostly with configuration under LMCE with plug and play. Are there additional manual configurations required, or are there other  changes under DIANEMO S preventing these from working. Cheers

Users / Re: lmce-autotagger ?
« on: February 26, 2012, 10:32:56 am »
@ Donpaul3

Hi Donpaul, any chance of a write-up, steps etc to get auto-tagger on a Dianemo system? Whilst I love the new movie tagger, i have no option for all my tv shows and other clips. A simple apt-get install doesn't seem to work. I am assuming it is because of Dianemo use separate repositories? Sorry, still learning the Linux ropes. In fact any guidance generally for adding lmce packages to Dianemo would be really helpful as i would love to get Tschak's game player onto my system also?

Thanks All


Users / Re: Anyone using or tried - NeatX, FreeX, NoMachine or similiar?
« on: October 11, 2011, 01:47:07 pm »
Hi Davegravy
I am not looking for any out of the ordinary functionality, just looking for a useable remote X11 session. FreeNX and Nomachine run over SSH with the advantage caching and compression. Nomachine seemed to address my needs simply and without too much issue including printing, sound and file sharing remotely. So listening to music, accessing documents etc remotely was appealing to me. Yes X11 forwarding over SSH is the same thing from what I am reading and can achieve the same thing but seemed rather difficult to configure and setup. Nomachine als has a web player that looks to run on almost all web devices including mobile to access the session. Which is handy as my work has locked down all installation of any software usb and access to external media etc. However, quite a noob with all this, so please share your ideas.


Users / Re: Anyone using or tried - NeatX, FreeX, NoMachine or similiar?
« on: October 10, 2011, 10:39:21 am »
Hi Dustin,
Your setup is exactly what I am trying to replicate - Thanks! I often travel, so yes the VNC option is a great addition. I read that Nomachine has both printing and file share through the client Is there a benefit of filezilla over just Nomachine for file share?

Thanks Again
- Garath

Users / Anyone using or tried - NeatX, FreeX, NoMachine or similiar?
« on: October 08, 2011, 12:54:29 pm »
Hi All,
I am looking at options for remote access desktop GUI sessions from my Core to have remote access to my desktop for file sharing, access to programs etc. I have chosen to look at these options rather than VNC to allow multiple users and multiple sessions and also not disrupt any usage on the Hybrid. Its secure and clients are available for windoze, Mac and linux. So the question is has anyone, tried or have running a similar setup? Having not had a lot of experience with linux, are there any possible caveats I should be looking for with interoperability with Linuxmce (I am running Dianemo s10.10 at present)? Any comments, suggestions and they like are more than appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Developers / Re: First test of Dianemo 10.10 to Dianemo 11.04 upgrade
« on: July 25, 2011, 11:27:35 am »
Hi Andrew,
This is a very impressive move forward, you and your team should be congratulated on such an achievement. Can I ask whether this marks a milestone for upgrades for 7.10 customers also. If not is there any news on this also?


Users / Re: Sound Card Options
« on: June 20, 2011, 07:44:26 am »
Back in Feb, 2010 it was announced that Dianemo systems supported the GT220, including audio over HDMI
I received my system in late september, 2010
I don't think that this is stretching things too far to say the least.


Users / Re: Sound Card Options
« on: June 17, 2011, 12:11:15 am »
Thanks Andrew,
I had pretty much resolved myself to this after reading the wiki page. Although i would like to point out the advice to go down the GT220 or above route came from Winston. Regardless of this, do you have any recommendations for a usb based sound card that may work preferrably plug and play? The wiki only refers to PCI based cards.


Users / Sound Card Options
« on: June 16, 2011, 11:56:58 am »
Hi guys, I am probably missing a simple option here but any advice would be great. I decided to add an Asus 1gb ENGT220 graphics card to my Dianemo 710 system and utlise it as the main MD in the living room. The problem I encountered is that I wasn't able to use HDMI audio after rerunning the audio/video setup. Checking the wiki it seems this is an issue with my MB according to this (although i think the  Asus P7M-F WS should read P7F-M instead??) So although I have great video, no sound. Easiest thing would be to use the pci sound card, except I had to remove this as the heatsink from the card blocks the adjacent PCI slot! I want to be able to use at least 5.1 audio so digital output is essential, anybody had any experience with decent usb or other sound cards which might fit the bill?


Users / Re: New Version of the Dianemo iOS Orbiter
« on: May 20, 2011, 04:10:09 pm »
Thanks Andrew,
This may be my problem. I do not think I am running 10.10, rather still 7.10 Shouldn't this update be automatic? Is there an easy way to verify this?


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