Thanks again for all you help,
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In the webadmin device tree, find your share. Check the field PK_User (I think), what is it set for? It should normally be set for LMCE structure (something like that). Sorry about being vague, I'm not at a system right now to verify these settings.
You should never access your drive through /mnt/device/128.
Always access files through /home/public/data/audio/<device>/ or /home/public/data/video/<device>/ , etc.
That would be here: http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/User:Phenigma#Re-initialize_the_Media_Database
Don't mess with the basic filesystems, you will break the storage layer epically. (Why is it that power Linux users have the hardest time with this system? you guys just want to break things because you assume how things work without actually studying how they work!)
Keep /home on the boot system, and simply let the system detect the RAID 5 disk, and tell it to use the disk with LMCE file structure. You'll need to move /home off of that disk, and then let the storage layer correct itself. This should also show you NOT to fuck with fstab.
Thats a full stop.
What version of Android are you running? Sounds like a modded version as I have no experience the config not being placed in its location on standard android.
hm.... in my case the config.xml was located somwhere on the device....hi, in my case there is no linuxmce folder at the sd card, thar is what is driving me crazy. Can someone ppost the app that is on the market so i can download it?
i will check for the config later ...
EDIT: config.xml is located in /mnt/sdcard/Linuxmce as normal ...
tompin2,Hi Ardirtbiker (Dennis),
Are you able to get DTS-HD and True-HD audio thru the HDMI cable? I have not just DTS (8 channel) and Dolby Digital.
I dont know if it is a limitation of this version of xine.
by only editing the following lines in /usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf, I have surround (Dolby Digital and DTS) thru my HDMI:
# defaults.ctl.card 0
# defaults.pcm.card 0
# defaults.pcm.device 0
and this in /etc/pluto/xine.conf:
without the added line in xine.conf, lmce displays a message that it cannot play the audio track (or something like that).
The reason I did this is because the HDMI audio is NOT card 0 in my system.. but is card 1 (NVidia) as listed by cat /proc/asound/cards.
Should it be possible to get DTS-HD and True-HD from the .mkv files (they have the HD audio in them)?