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Users / Re: tearing in mythtv 0.26 on 12.04
« Last post by phenigma on April 05, 2014, 10:21:50 pm »
We do not have mythtv 0.26 in LinuxMCE.  The latest version is 0.25.
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Cannot say I'm going to be much help here, but can you run 'ps ax | grep autofs' and pastebin the results?  If there are no results then autofs isn't mounted.  If you do have a result then I'm out of ideas.

J.
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Hi,

I tried a little experiment just in case I had some kinduva "content limit" issue.

My NAS has 2 HDDs so I removed one drive, reloaded 12.04 software from scratch and rediscovered the NAS.

The HDD was picked up as a Windows share, added, however no media was populated into LMCE from the LMCE directory tree.

The first drive had 442 foflders of content.

The same steps were done with the second HDD with 26 folders of content.

No changes in the results.

I'll have to think of something else.

I've already checked ownership, privilages, tried deleting sym links, tried deleting in SQL, ...

...any other ideas?
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Users / Re: Joggler install script
« Last post by posde on April 05, 2014, 03:58:55 pm »
Whether or not it makes sense to invest time in, is always a question. To me, LinuxMCE is a learning platform.

It is a two way process. Luckily, everything that you need to do on the core, you should be able to do from the joggler via SSH. I would envision something like this:

On the core, run a script that creates an USB stick capable of booting on the joggler and flashing the Joggler with needed stuff. Add the private key from the core to the USB stick to allow the joggler booted from the USB stick to execute commands on the core.
Joggler boots with USB stick, startup scripts on the USB stick flash the joggler, connect to the core, does the magic on the core, prompt user to reboot and unplug the usb stick, and Voila! - perfect
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Users / Re: Joggler install script
« Last post by Esperanto on April 05, 2014, 03:49:45 pm »
Go ahead and perfect it by providing something like USB image that people can put onto stick, plug into their jogglers and everything happens automagically with a single question on the device ID.
Currently the script needs to run on the core and not on the joggler. I suppose a pnp detection script could be made to ask if the user wants to install it if lmce/dhcp detects a new openpeak device and either prompt the user for an existing orbiter or create a new one.

The user still has to flash the device themselves that way. I have no idea how much work it is to create such a detection script and therefore don't know if it is worth the effort knowing those jogglers are not for sale anymore.
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Users / Re: Joggler install script
« Last post by posde on April 05, 2014, 10:56:32 am »
I applaud your efforts. Nice script. Go ahead and perfect it by providing something like USB image that people can put onto stick, plug into their jogglers and everything happens automagically with a single question on the device ID.
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Users / Re: joggler: error running apt-get
« Last post by Esperanto on April 04, 2014, 05:54:29 pm »
just type 'mount' on the joggler and it will show you the mounts it's having.
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Users / Re: Joggler install script
« Last post by coley on April 04, 2014, 05:05:23 pm »
I might give this a bash later and see how it goes.
I had this up and running manually before on 10.04.

-Coley.
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Users / Re: joggler: error running apt-get
« Last post by purps on April 04, 2014, 04:54:59 pm »
I really don't know, if it would be helpful I can check to see if it's vfat, but you'll have to tell me how.

Cheers,
Matt.
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Users / Re: Rerip Audio CD
« Last post by posde on April 04, 2014, 10:10:13 am »
I do not KNOW it, but I assume it is an entry in the pluto_media File table. see if you can find the entries in there and delete them.
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