What version of Pluto/LinuxMCE/Dianemo do you run atm

Pluto pre 710
0 (0%)
LinuxMCE 710
0 (0%)
LinuxMCE 810
2 (11.8%)
LinuxMCE 1004
0 (0%)
Dianemo 710
0 (0%)
Dianemo 1010
0 (0%)
Dianemo S 1110
0 (0%)
Dianemo S 1204LTS
0 (0%)
LinuxMCE 1204
5 (29.4%)
0 (0%)
LinuxMCE 1404
10 (58.8%)
LinuxMCE 1604
0 (0%)

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Re: 710,810,1004 or what?
« Reply #30 on: July 10, 2012, 10:29:25 am »
For the moment i'm on 8.10. But recently i've broken something. I was playing around with the phone system (i needed some extra add-ons), and did some things i better didn't. I've got some sites running on it, and everything is starting to run slow, very slow. A lot of python scripts keep on running, msyql 'to-many-connections'...

I'm thinking or reinstalling the whole server. But since i did some homemade scripts (for backups and so), i'm going to install it on a new disk (thinking of SSD). And later on, i simply put the disk of 1TB with all my data behind the SSD.

Is everything working in the 1004? Or are there still mayor gaps (fe no telephony)?
I don't mind the small things, if we can solve them with a workaround, no prob. But if there are big issues, i prefer to stay on 8.10.

I don't want to upgrade/reinstall the whole system each x months... Or i must say, my girlfriend don't want this. She is sick of it that i'm bringing down the house for 1 week till everything is back ok...

What do you guys advice me to use? The 1004? Or still the 8.10?
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Re: 710,810,1004 or what?
« Reply #31 on: July 10, 2012, 10:36:44 am »
OT.. but virtualise. Install latest Ubuntu Server, throw Xen/KVM/Virtual Box on (that order or preference is based on the running speed of the guest OS i.e. LinuxMCE - no arguments ;-). Install LinuxMCE as a guest, pass through all the peripherals you need for it e.g. USB chipset/devices, Network cards, etc.


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