I suggest that lcme be able to be installed on top of freespire 2. freespire 2 is built on ubuntu 704 with kde, so it should be straightforward and freespire includes the option of installing all the proprietary components.
Freespire 2: http://wiki.freespire.org/index.php/Freespire_2_Nightly_Builds
is essentially kubuntu + legally licensed proprietary sw: http://wiki.freespire.org/index.php/Summary_of_Proprietary_Componentshttp://wiki.linuxmce.com/index.php/Version_1_1
LCME 704 is built on kubuntu 704, so it seems like a very good fit.http://wiki.linuxmce.com/index.php/Main_Page
Linux MCE includes:
media & entertainment with a server for music, movies and tv shows, plus a PVR and DVD Player,
a home automation system to control everything in the home with touch-screen tablet and Bluetooth mobile phone controllers,
a phone system with video conferencing,
a security system that feeds you live video on your mobile phone when something happens, and lets you speak to visitors through your stereos, and
a home PC solution.
Does anyone know if Freespire built on kubuntu or directly on ubuntu?